Building Type Basics for Senior Living

ISBN-10: 111800745X

ISBN-13: 9781118007457

Edition: 2nd 2013

Authors: J. David Hoglund, Douglas King, Eric Cohen, Perkins Eastman

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An essential guide to the architectural and interior design of senior living homes, including independent apartments, assisted living, and skilled nursing facilities. This second edition is updated with new examples of projects completed in recent years, and new or updated coverage of a number of topics, including design for the upcoming retiring Baby Boomers, sustainable design, renovations, international opportunities, operations, and project financing.
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List price: $108.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Canada, Limited
Publication date: 6/24/2013
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 448
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.464

BRADFORD PERKINS, FAIA, RAIC, AICP, is the founder of Perkins Eastman Architects, a New York-based architectural, interior design, and planning firm with a national practice and branch offices in Pittsburgh, Stamford (Connecticut), Charlotte (North Carolina), Chicago, San Francisco, and Toronto (Canada). His firm's designs of senior living and care facilities, as well as other building types, have received many awards for design excellence and have been widely published.J. DAVID HOGLUND, FAIA, is a senior principal and director of Perkins Eastman, and head of the firm's Pittsburgh office.DOUGLAS KING, AIA, AICP, is a senior principal and director in Perkins Eastman's New York office.ERIC COHEN, AIA, is a senior associate at Perkins Eastman.STEPHEN A. KLIMENT, FAIA (Series Founder and Editor), is an architectural journalist and an adjunct professor at the City College of New York. He was chief editor of Architectural Record from 1990 to 1996.

Senior Living Today
State of the Industry
Demographics tell part of the story
The Aging Process and Design
Biological Aging
Social Passage
Programming & Planning Guidelines Understanding the Marketplace Programming Space Guidelines
Community Based Options
Introduction/types of users
Types of Sponsors/settings and Payment/reimbursement
Geriatric Outpatient Clinic
Adult Day Care
Nursing Homes/Long-Term Care
Hospice: Introduction/types of users
History of Hospice
Assisted Living Residences
Residences for Persons With Alzheimer's and Dementia
Independent Living with Services
Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs)
Active Adult Communities (AACs)
Issues, Trends & Challenges for the Senior Living Industry in the Next Decade
Demographic Trends
Growth in the Number of Seniors
Staying healthier Longer and/or accessing community services
Ethnic and Cultural Diversity
Noninstitutional Environments
Integration into Existing Communities
Changes in Lifestyle
Fitness and Wellness
Lifelong Learning
The Existing Stock of Senior Housing and Care Facilities
Changing Staffing Patterns
Squeezing Operating Costs Through Sustainable Design
The Greenhouse Project and Small House Movement
Cultural Change
Project Process and Management
Planning, Design, and Implementation Process
Strategic Planning and Preliminary Definition of Need
Feasibility Analysis
Selection and Organization of the Project Team
Programming and Predesign
Schematic Design
Obtaining Public Approval and/or Financing
Design Development
Construction Documentation
Selection of the Construction and FFE Installation Teams and Purchasing
Construction and Installation
Common Problems and Cautions
Failure to Plan
Unclear, Overly Timid and/or Unrealistic Goals
Inadequate Client Leadership
Selecting the Wrong Project Team for the Wrong Reasons
Ineffective Project Management
Tackling Issues Sequentially Rather Than in Parallel
Poor Management of the Public Approval Process
Placing Too Low a Priority on Quality
Failure to Plan a Facility for Staffing Efficiency
Poor Cost Management
Failure to Plan for Maintenance
Site Planning/ Parking/Access
Site Size
Relationship to Adjacent Land Uses
Vehicular Circulation
Landscape Design
Federal Codes and Regulations: State Codes and Regulations
Local Codes and Regulations
Reference Standards
Energy Codes and Sustainable Design Standards: LIFE SAFETY
Fire Safety
Environmental Safety
Elimination of Hazards
Space Standards
Appropriate Building Systems and Construction Practices Public Policy
Historic Preservation
Energy Conservation and Sustainable Design
Fiscal and Bidding Controls
Land Use Policy
Obtaining Waivers from Existing Codes
Compelling Reasons
Calculating Cost Benefit
Strategies for Sustainability
Create Sustainable Sites
Building Orientation
Lighting / Day Lighting
Alternative Energy Sources
Attention to Indoor Environmental Quality
Other Considerations and Strategies
Incorporating Sustainability into the Development Process
Structural Systems Considerations
The Program and Concept
Applicable Codes
Potential Code Changes
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
Structural Metal Studs
Masonry Bearing Wall
Steel Frame and Concrete Plank
Composite Steel (Steel and Poured-Concrete Deck)
Precast Concrete
Concrete Frame
Mechanical/Plumbing/Fire -Protection and Electrical Systems
The Interior Environment and Comfort for an Aging Population
Fire Protection
Program and Concept
Applicable Codes
Fire Protection
Potential Code Changes
Program Impact in System Selection
Ease of Construction and Schedule
Cost/Life Cycle Cost
Cost Impact on Other Systems
Appearance and Aesthetic Considerations
Noise and Vibration
Mechanical/HVAC System Options
Packaged terminal air conditioning units (PTAC?s)
Packaged rooftop units
Air-to-air Heat Pumps
Water Source Heat Pumps
Geo-thermal Heat Pumps
Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) Systems
Fan Coil Systems
Dehumidification Systems
Fresh air requirements
General Exhaust
Kitchen exhaust/grease ducts
Laundry/lint traps
Special fixture/fitting considerations
Hot water distribution
Rain water
Fire Protection
Fire pumps and backflow preventers
Wet systems
Dry systems
Electrical Distribution
Emergency Power
Fire Alarm
Communications and Low Voltage Electrical Systems
Emergency Response/Nurse Call
Wander alert (elopement prevention)
Access Control
Visual Monitoring
Internet Access
Data Systems and Networks
Wireless Distribution Systems
Point-of-Sale System
Operations Systems
System Recommendations
Influence on Design of Other Systems
Influence on Programming and Architectural Design
Influence on Operations
Trends/Key Issues/Other Factors
Special Technologies
Special Technologies Role and Objectives
Remote biometric monitoring systems
Web portals
Virtual reality therapy
Remote learning
Circadian lighting
Products & Equipment
Product Selection Criteria and Choices
Medical Equipment
Accessories of Universal Design
Mobility Devices
Food Service Options
Adult Day Care
Long-Term Care
Assisted Living
Independent Living
Special Care/Dementia
Kosher Preparation
Bathing Equipment
Employee Learning and Training
Acoustic Control
Common Acoustical Considerations
Noise Reduction Coefficients (NRC)
Sound Transmission Class (STC) Values
Design Guides and Recommendations for Specialized Spaces
Lobby Areas
Dining Areas
Multipurpose Spaces, Spiritual Areas and Auditoriums/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
Lighting Design
Light Levels, Light Reflectance Values, and Glare
Lamping Options
Linear Fluorescent Lamps
Compact Fluorescent Lamps
Halogen Lamps
Other Lamp Types
Windows and Daylighting
Design Guides and Recommendations for Specialized Spaces
General Guidelines
Resident Living Spaces
Assisted Living Residential Unit
Independent Living Unit
Interior Design
Introduction and the DESIGN PROCESS
Designing to Different Levels of Care
Color Theory
Way Finding
Interior Design Guidelines
Alternative Floor Coverings
Wall Coverings
Windows and Window Coverings
Furniture and Furnishings
Already Included in Above Sectionsinterior Details
Renovation/Restoration/Adaptive Reuse
Cosmetic Renovation
Moderate Renovation
Major Renovation
Twelve Key Questions to Consider
Adaptive Reuse
Seven Key Questions to Consider
International Challenges
Service Development Challenges
Programming and Design Challenges
Service and Socialization
Process Challenges
Global Aging at Home
Unique Country Issues
Operation and Maintenance
Operations Costs Overview
Running and Maintenance Costs
Durability, Useful Life, and Replacement Costs
Design for Operational Efficiency
Cleanliness, Operations Quality, and Design
Cost Management
Cost-Management Process
Relative Costs
Other Factors that Impact Costs
Local Construction Industry Concerns
Lack of Bidder Interest Raises Costs
Being Green
Value Engineering and Life-Cycle Cost Analysis
Finances, Fees, and Feasibility
Ten Steps to Financing
Preliminary Feasibility Planning and Analysis
Identify Potential Capital Structures and Sources of Financing and Equity
Selection of the Financing Team and Method of Financing
Evaluation of Government Approvals
Determine Level of Financial and Market Feasibility Study Required
Engage in the Underwriting Process with Financing Sources
Preparing for Closing
Monitoring Project Costs and Covenants
Ongoing Reporting of Performance and Covenant Compliance
Financing Variations For Senior Settings
Assisted Living
Skilled-Nursing Facilities
Independent Living
Continuing Care Retirement Communities
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