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Detached House
Sikora, Marek ; Osička, Jan (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor's thesis is the elaboration of project documentation of a detached house. The building is located in the village Smilovice on the parcel number 2444. This parcel has flat terrain. The object has no cellar, building has two floors and attic. Two floors are decided for the garage and living space. Over the second floor is located attic. The fundation strips are made from plain concrete. The vertical constructions are made from Liapor blocks. The horizontal constructions are made from Liapor´s panels. The roof is sloping.
Apartment House
Karásek, Adam ; Osička, Jan (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
This bachelor‘s thesis solves a project documentation of Apartmet House and contains appurtenances according to valid regulations. The house is as a detached house, without basement. It has rectangular size and is covered with a flat one coat roof. The house has four floors with balconies. The house has 11 dwelling units. On the first floor is accessory apartments: bicycle, pram room, cleaning room, together wc, together workroom, technical room and cellar rooms. In the house is designed a elevator. The house is brick with a contact thermal insulation system.
Apartment House
Matějů, Šimon ; Osička, Jan (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
THIS BACHELOR WORK PROCESSES PROJECT DOCUMENTATION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE APARTMENT HOUSE IN THE TOWN OF TABOR. THE BUILDING HAS THREE FLOORS. IN THE FIRST FLOOR IS LOCATED BASEMENT, A TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT AND A GARAGE, IN THE 2ND AND 3RD FLOOR ARE 5 APARTMENT UNITS. THE VERTICAL CONSTRUCTIONS ARE DESIGNED LIKE A BRICK TECHNOLOGY FROM THE KM BETA SENDWIX LIME-SAND BRICKS, COVERED BY THE ETICS CONTACT INSULATING SYSTEM. HORIZONTAL CONSTRUCTIONS S MONOLITHIC. THE ROOF IS FLAT. PROJECT DOCUMENTATION IS PROCESSED UNDER CURRENT VALID LAWS, NORMS AND DECLARATIONS. THE OBJECT IS SITUATED ON THE GROUND FLOOR.
Timber House
Machala, Tibor ; Osička, Jan (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on design of the new family house with one flat unit and an establishment serving as a wine bar of the house owner. House is located in the cadastral territory Horní Věstonice. It is two-storey family house with basement for four member family. The perimeter structures of the basement are made from blocks of CSB 400 lost formwork, insulated with extruded polystyrene ISOVER STYRODUR 2800 C in thickness 100mm. Above-ground perimeter structures are made from wooden posts (50x140mm) axially distant 625mm. The spaces between the posts are filled with thermal isolation ISOVER ORSIK and covered by the SDK rigistabil 15.0. The walls are isolated with facade polystyrene ISOVER EPS 100F in thickness 100mm. Horizontal construction above 1S is made of inserts GARPET VST20 and GARPET 175 GPN beams from CS BETON. Horizontal construction above 1NP is made of wooden planks placed on a stand with gratification and the lid. The building is roofed by a saddle roof with a 30 ° tilt. The terrace at level 1NP is made of wooden construction. The staircase is wooden, partially curved. Entrance to the land and to the family house is from the south side, to the wine bar is entrance on the north side. On the north side of the land is designed parking place for four cars. Bachelor thesis is elaborated in the form of project documentation for construction.
Detached House
Ježek, Martin ; Osička, Jan (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
The bachelor thesis solves the proposal of a two-family house on the basis of wood in Strážnice. The work contains complete documentation for construction, assessment of acoustics, lighting and fire safety of buildings. The house is divided into two living units. The first single-storey apartment unit is designed for a two-member family with layout 3 + KK. The second two-storey apartment unit is designed for a four-member family with layout 5 + KK. The apartment units are independent, each with its own main entrance and two parking spaces. The house is designed as a wooden structure, where the vertical structures form the supporting panels, which together with the horizontal track elements form one unit. Fundamentals are solved in the form of base passages based on non-fading depth. Roofs over both units are single, warm flat roof.
Family house
Dohnálek, Lukáš ; Osička, Jan (referee) ; Kalousek, Miloš (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the elaboration of the project documentation for the construction of the new family house in Litovel. The family house is designed on a flat terrain partly with basement with one above ground floor and residential attic. The object is designed for a four-member family. The ground plan of the house is designed as rectangular. The supporting walls are of one-layer ceramic masonry, the basement supporting masonry is of concrete lost formwork. The ceiling structure consists of a reinforced concrete slab and ceramic ceilings. The roof of the building consists of a saddle roof with a concrete roofing. Part of the building is a garage for one car.
Health Center
Bojko, Tomáš ; Osička, Jan (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
The aim of my bachelor's thesis is processing a document of project for health center located in Jablunkov. This centre is designed for examination and ambulant care for patient. The center is standalone building which is situated in flat terrain. Object is non cellar and has two above ground floors. On the first floor there is the doctor´s room, nurses 'room, isolated room, waiting room, daily room for personal, technic room and sanitary facilities for public and personnel. On the second floor there is an ophthalmic ambulance room, dark room, an office, the shop of the healthy necessary with store, kitchen with the tearoom for staff, technical room and second sanitary facilities for the public and staff. The main entrance for patients with the entire first floor is designed without barriers.
Mixed-use building
Osička, Jan ; Lišková, Barbora (referee) ; Jelínek, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the this thesis is newly built mixed-use building in gap site in the Brno on the Křenová street. The object will have four aboveground floors and one underground floor. First floor there are officers, specifically hairdresser, pharmacy and establishement of small office. The whole second floor consists of smaller and bigger offices (if it be necessary, it can be connected in one large office divided into two parts). On the third and fourth aboveground floor there are individually flats. There are two flats 4+kitchen, two flats 2+kitchen, four single flats with kitchen and two barrier-free flats. For these flats, there are basement cellar floor. In the underground floor, there are single cellars in the basement for single-room flats, basement for the operation of the building, a cubicle, a drying room, a bicycle room and office storage. There is an overground parking on the northern side of the object. Thanks to the passage of the building from the north to the south side saves your steps.
Energy efficient house
Osička, Jan ; Pospíšil, Jaroslav (referee) ; Jelínek, Petr (advisor)
The topic of this bachelor thesis is processing of a project documentation of a new Energy efficient family house. The new family house is located in Šternberk. The object is designed as two-floor house, partly with a cellar in the rectangular shape. The house is covered with a grable roof and a garage next to the house with a mono-pitched roof. Facade of house is white with decorative of elements stone veneer. The construction is made from ceramic blocks and basement is made from permanent formwork.

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