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School Site Development

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School Site Development

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School Site Development

  1. 1. SCHOOL SITE DEVELOPMENT Sherla B. Pereña DISCUSSANT Dr. Vernie Borsoto Professor
  2. 2. SCHOOL SITE DEVELOPMENT  A graphic presentation of the Site Development Program is referred to as Site Development Plan
  3. 3. SCHOOL SITE DEVELOPMENT  Principles in the Preparation of the Site Development Plan.  Layout of Buildings and Other Structures.  Arrangement of Buildings.  Site Limitations.  Acoustic Barriers.  Sun Path.
  4. 4.  Local Wind Patterns.  Sun screens, Vertical Louvers and Green Walls (vertical gardens)  The distances between buildings  The recommended setback  There should be provision for open space SCHOOL SITE DEVELOPMENT
  5. 5. SITE DEVELOPMENT PLANNING  Site development planning is viewed essentially as an exercise in the layout of infrastructure.  The purpose of site development planning is to anticipate the future needs and development of a school in terms of physical facilities and to contribute towards conducive teaching-learning environment.
  6. 6. School Site Zoning  A basic step in school site development is to apportion its external spaces into different areas or zones each of which is designed for a specific purpose or utilization, in accordance with the educational needs of the school  Visual zone (1) Lawns (2) Flower gardens (3) Flowerbeds (4) Assembly area (5) Rain Gardens or Bio-Wales. (6) Physical zone (7) Functional zone
  7. 7. Design Development
  8. 8. Site Plan
  9. 9. SITE OPTION 1: FINGER
  10. 10. SITE OPTION 1: WEDGE
  11. 11. SITE ZONING
  12. 12. SCHOOL ZONING
  13. 13. Historical Context This historical map is from 1947 and shows how much of the area was still farm land 60 years ago.
  14. 14. Environmental Analysis This diagram shows the sunpath across the site, the prevailing winds (the light blue arrows)the main views from the school, and the noise from the road (red arrows)
  15. 15. Transport - Pedestrian Routes
  16. 16. Transport - Vehicular Routes
  17. 17. Transport - Bus Routes
  18. 18. Transport - Cycle Routes
  19. 19. Tree Survey The dark green blobs on this diagram indicate the protected trees on the site
  20. 20.  1. Agriculture Area  2. Playground Area  3. Circulation Areas  4. Athletic Field. EXTERNAL AREAS IN THE SCHOOL
  21. 21. SCHOOL SITE BEAUTIFICATION 1. School Gate 2. School Fence 3. Flagpole 4. Signboard 5. Planting Plan
  22. 22. EVACUATION AREAS  The school should have provision for open space big enough to accommodate the total population of the school. The open space can be used as short-term (hours in duration) temporary evacuation area of students, teachers and school staff in case of emergencies such as after a strong earthquake and occurrence of fire.
  23. 23. Thank you so much !

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