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Author Eastman, Perkins
Title Building Type Basics for Senior Living
Imprint Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2013
©2013
book jacket
Edition 2nd ed
Descript 1 online resource (452 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series Building Type Basics Ser. ; v.21
Building Type Basics Ser
Note Intro -- Building Type Basics for: Senior Living -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Senior Living Today -- State of the Industry -- Demographics -- Accessibility -- Solutions -- Design and the Aging Process -- Biological Aging -- Social Passage -- 2. Programming & Planning Guidelines -- Understanding the Marketplace -- Programming Space Guidelines -- Community Based Options -- Typical users -- Sponsors, Settings, Payments, and Reimbursements -- Geriatric Outpatient Clinic -- Adult Day Care -- Long-Term Care -- Typical Users and Care -- Sponsors and Owners -- Settings -- Program and Design -- Housing Models -- Long-Term Care Programs -- Program and Design -- Hospice -- Users and Services -- History of Hospice -- Sponsors and Owners -- Purpose-Built Hospice Care Settings -- Program and Design -- Payment, Reimbursement, and Regulation -- Assisted Living Residences -- Typical Users -- Sponsors and Owners -- Settings -- Program and Design -- Resident Unit -- Unit Features -- Unit Amenities -- Planning Approaches -- Payment, Reimbursement, and Regulation -- Regulation -- Trends and Innovations -- Residences for Persons with Alzheimer's and Dementia -- Typical Users -- Sponsors and Owners -- Settings -- Program and Design -- Design Considerations -- Payment, Reimbursement, and Regulation -- Trends and Innovations -- Independent Living with Services -- Typical Users -- Sponsors and Owners -- Settings -- Program and Design -- Unit Features -- Key Planning Issues -- Payment, Reimbursement and Regulation -- Trends and Innovations -- Continuing Care Retirement Communities -- Typical Users -- Sponsors and Owners -- Settings -- Organization -- Program and Design -- Market Considerations -- Program Components -- Assisted Living Residences -- Long¥Term Care -- Payment, Reimbursement, and Regulation -- Trends and Innovations
Active Adult Communities -- Typical Users -- Sponsors -- Settings -- Program and Design -- Payment, Reimbursement, and Regulation -- Marketing -- Ownership -- Summary -- 3. The Future of Senior Living -- Demographics -- Population -- Health and Services -- Ethnic and Cultural Diversity -- Consumers' Expectations -- Privacy -- Choice -- Value -- Non¥Institutional Environments -- Security -- Integration into Existing Communities -- Lifestyle Changes -- Future Consumers -- Fitness and Wellness -- Lifelong Learning -- Lifestyle Apartments -- Service Partnerships -- Economic Pressures -- Existing Housing and Care Facilities -- Evolving Staffing Patterns -- Sustainable Design -- Leveraging Assets and Brand -- New Housing and Care Concepts -- Green Houses and Small Houses -- Culture Change -- Affordability -- Reducing the Cost of Housing for Seniors -- 4. Project Process and Management -- Planning, Design, and Implementation Process -- Strategic Planning and Preliminary Definition of Need -- Feasibility Analysis -- Selection and Organization of Project Team -- Programming and Predesign -- Schematic Design -- Obtaining Approval and/or Financing -- Design Development -- Construction Documentation -- Selection of the Construction and FF&E Installation Teams and Purchasing -- Construction and Installation -- Occupancy -- Common Problems and Cautions -- Failure to Plan -- Unclear, Timid, or Unrealistic Goals -- Inadequate Client Leadership -- Selecting the Wrong Project Team for the Wrong Reasons -- Ineffective Project Management -- Tackling Issues Sequentially, not Concurrently -- Poor Management of the Public Approval Process -- Not Prioritizing Quality -- Failure to Plan for Maximal Staffing Efficiency -- Poor Cost Management -- Failure to Plan for Maintenance -- Conclusion -- 5. Site Planning, Parking, and Landscape Design -- Site Size
Relationship to Adjacent Land Uses -- Vehicular Circulation -- Parking -- Landscape Design -- 6. Building Codes -- Codes and Regulations -- Federal -- State -- Local -- Reference Standards -- Energy Codes and Sustainable Design Standards -- Regulatory Issues -- Life Safety -- Space Standards -- Building Systems and Construction Practices -- Public Policy -- Accessibility -- Enforcement -- Fiscal and Bidding Controls -- Land Use Policy -- Waivers -- Conclusion -- 7. Sustainability -- Market Expectations -- Calculating Cost Benefit -- Years to Payback -- Life Cycle Cost -- Strategies for Sustainability -- Create Sustainable Sites -- Save Water -- Reduce Use of Fossil Fuels -- Heating, Ventilation, and Air¥Conditioning -- Lighting and Daylighting -- Alternative Energy Sources -- Smart Use of Materials and Resources -- Adaptive Reuse -- Indoor Environmental Quality -- 8. Structural Systems -- Considerations -- Program and Concept -- Applicable Codes -- Potential Code Changes -- Flexibility -- Soil Conditions -- Lateral Forces -- Impact on Finished Ceiling and Building Height -- Material Delivery and Construction Timing -- Local Construction Industry Preferences and Capabilities -- Ease of Construction and Schedule -- Life Cycle Cost -- Cost Impact on Other Systems -- Appearance and Aesthetics -- Structural System Types -- Wood Frame -- Structural Metal Studs -- Masonry Bearing Wall -- Steel Frame and Concrete Plank -- Composite Steel -- Precast Concrete -- Concrete Frame -- Long-Span Structures -- Pre-Engineered Structures -- Combined Systems -- 9. Mechanical, Plumbing, Fire-Protection, And Electrical Systems -- The Interior Environment and Comfort for an Aging Population -- Mechanical/Hvac -- Plumbing -- Fire Protection -- Electrical -- Program and Concept -- Applicable Codes -- Mechanical and Hvac -- Plumbing -- Fire Protection -- Electrical
Program Impact on System Selection -- Mechanical and Hvac -- Plumbing -- Fire Protection -- Electrical -- Finished Ceilings and Building Height -- Mechanical and Hvac -- Plumbing -- Fire Protection -- Electrical -- Flexibility -- Construction -- Materials Delivery and Timing -- Local Construction Capabilities and Preferences -- Ease of Construction and Schedule -- First Cost and Life Cycle Cost -- Cost Impact on Other Systems -- Appearance and Aesthetics -- Noise and Vibration -- Controls -- Mechanical and Hvac System Options -- Packaged Terminal Air-Conditioning Units -- Packaged Rooftop Units -- Air¥To¥Air Heat Pumps -- Water Source Heat Pumps -- Variable Refrigerant Volume Systems -- Fan Coil Systems -- Dehumidification Systems -- Ventilation -- Fresh Air Requirements -- Filtration -- General Exhaust -- Kitchen Exhaust/Grease Ducts -- Laundry and Lint Traps -- Plumbing -- Fixtures and Fittings -- Hot Water Distribution -- Metering -- Rainwater -- Fire Protection -- Fire Alarm -- Fire Pumps and Backflow Preventers -- Wet Systems -- Dry Systems -- Electrical Distribution -- Transformers -- Switchgear -- Metering -- Emergency Power -- Lighting -- 10. Communications and Low-Voltage Electrical Systems -- Systems Proliferation -- Emergency Response/Nurse Call -- Movement Alarms -- Access Control -- Visual Monitoring -- Telecommunications -- Television -- Internet Access -- Networks and Intranets -- Wireless Technology -- Audiovisual -- Point¥Of¥Sale Systems -- Operations Systems -- Trends -- 11. Special Technologies -- Remote Biometric Monitoring Systems -- Personal Locator Systems -- Fall Detection -- Telemedicine -- Web Portals -- Virtual Reality Therapy -- Remote Learning -- Circadian Lighting -- 12. Products And Equipment -- Medical Equipment -- Universal Design -- Mobility Devices -- Food Service -- Adult Day Care -- Long-Term Care
Assisted Living -- Independent Living -- Special Care and Dementia -- Kosher Preparation -- Bathing Equipment -- Tubs -- Showers -- 13. Acoustics -- Key Acoustical Considerations -- Noise Reduction Coefficients -- Sound Transmission Class Values -- Design Guidelines for Specialized Spaces -- Lobbies -- Dining Areas -- Multipurpose Spaces, Spiritual Areas, Auditoriums, and Media Theaters -- Bathing Areas and Other Hard¥Surfaced Spaces -- Indoor Pool Spaces -- Mechanical and Electrical Systems and Mechanical Rooms -- Hearing-Impairment Guidelines and Code Requirements -- 14. Lighting Design -- Light Levels, Reflectance Values, and Glare -- Lamping Options -- Linear Fluorescent Lamps -- Compact Fluorescent Lamps -- Halogen Lamps -- Other Lamp Types -- Windows and Daylighting -- Design Guidelines for Specialized Spaces -- General Guidelines -- Common Areas -- Corridors -- Resident Living Spaces -- Conclusion -- 15. Interior Design -- The Design Process -- Trends -- Color Theory -- Wayfinding -- Materiality -- Interior Design Guidelines -- Flooring -- Other Floor Coverings -- Wall Coverings -- Windows and Window Coverings -- Furniture and Furnishings -- Definition -- Trends -- Specifications -- Sustainability -- Process -- 16. Renovation, Restoration, and Adaptive Reuse -- Long-Term Care Facilities -- Assisted Living Facilities -- Independent Living Facilities -- Cosmetic Renovation -- Moderate Renovation -- Major Renovation -- Key Questions -- Integrated Scenario Planning -- Adaptive Reuse -- Key Questions -- 17. International Challenges -- Service Development -- Programming and Design -- Service and Socialization -- Process -- Aging at Home -- Country-Specific Issues -- China -- Japan -- India -- Thailand -- The Americas -- Europe -- Conclusion -- 18. Operation and Maintenance -- Introduction -- Operations Costs
Ongoing Operating and Maintenance Costs
L. BRADFORD PERKINS, FAIA, MRAIC, AICP, is the founder and Chairman of Perkins Eastman, an international architectural, interior design, and planning firm based in New York with eight additional offices in North America and four more around the world. He is author or coauthor of three books published by Wiley: International Practice for Architects; Building Type Basics for Elementary and Secondary Schools, Second Edition; and Architect's Essentials of Starting, Assessing, and Transitioning a Design Firm. J. DAVID HOGLUND, FAIA, LEED AP, is the President of Perkins Eastman and the firm's National Practice Leader for Senior Living. Over a dozen Perkins Eastman principals and senior staff contributed to this book
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Eastman, Perkins Building Type Basics for Senior Living Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2013 9781118007457
Subject Older people -- Dwellings -- United States -- Planning.;Old age homes -- United States -- Design and construction.;Adult day care centers -- United States -- Design and construction.;Nursing homes -- United States -- Design and construction
Electronic books
Alt Author Hoglund, J. David
King, Douglas
Cohen, Eric
Eastman, Perkins
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