Compose a 1500 words assignment on engineering south building. Needs to be plagiarism free! The paper shows that it can be accessed by the fire department through Hester Street. The building’s basement acts as a store for the maintenance equipment. Its walls and floor are made of concrete. There are 17 rooms, mostly offices and some of which are locked. Telling by the number of rooms, there are supposed to be approximately 17 staff members operating in the basement.
The first floor hosts offices, a classroom, an environmental research laboratory, and a computer laboratory. The floor is carpeted. The wall is tiled and has a gypsum board covering up to halfway up. The floor should have a maximum of 70 staff members at any single instance, judging by the number of offices. The fire load is made of plastics and woods from the offices, labs, and desks. This is based on the assumption that the environmental research laboratory does not have any machinery equipment. The trim is not part of the fire load because it contributes to less than ten percent of the wall.
It is more like the first floor in terms of the number of rooms and the estimated number of staff expected to be present at any particular time. It has almost the same number of offices, classrooms. It also has a computer lab, but no environmental research lab.
It has almost a similar description to the first and second floors, except that the classrooms are bigger and have whiteboards and chalks. The other notable difference is the estimated number of staff expected to be present at any particular time, in this case about 100.
This building would be a type II or Type III type of construction. This depends on whether the outside of the building is entirely made of bricks, or if it is made of concrete with bricks only used for decoration. The fire department connection is situated northwest of the building, behind the fire hydrant which is located in the northwest area of the building.
The building doesn’t have an installed sprinkler system. neither does it have a post-indicating .valve (PIV).