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Apartment building in Hutisko - Solanec
Šrámek, Jakub ; Pilík, Václav (referee) ; Bantová, Sylva (advisor)
The bachelor’s thesis focuses on the topic an apartment building in the village Hutisko-Solanec and it is processed in the form of documentation for the execution of constructions. The building contains five units 3+ kk, one unit 2+ kk and two units 1+ kk. The building is in the shape of a simple rectangle with three above-ground and one underground floor. A structural system of the building is brick, combinened and consisted of a permanent formwork in the underground floor and in the above-ground floor is clay masonry of the type THERM. A floor structure is designed as cast-in-place reinforced slabs. The building is roofed by saddle and pitched roof. The building is completely insulated with the ETICS system.
The block of flats
Kubíček, Jan ; Pilík, Václav (referee) ; Benešová, Romana (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis is focused on construction of an apartment building in quiet area of the town of Prostějov. Its appearance and purpose fit into the surrounding buildings. The free-standing object is a partially basement, it has parking space and approximately shape of rectangular. The apartment building is designed as a 4-storey building with one underground floor. There is a separate cellars for each of apartment unit in the basement. There are sixteen residential units in four floors, always 4 residential units per floor. Flat units have its own entrance to private terraces on the ground floor and to balcony in upper floors. The building is based on concrete foundation strips and is covered with a warm flat roof. The load-bearing system is a two-way wall system and is lined with ceramic blocks. Horizontal structures are cast-in-place reinforced cncrete. The vertical connection is ensured by a three-arm staircase that wraps around the elevator shaft. The work is developed to the level of project documentation for the construction.
Small apartment house
Helekalová, Michaela ; Pilík, Václav (referee) ; Bantová, Sylva (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the design of an apartment building in Holešov. The building plot is located in parts of the town of Holešov. The building is designed as suitable for accommodation and has three floors above ground and one underground. In the upper floors there are 8 residential units. In the underground floors there is a carriage house with a bicycle shed, a boiler room, a room for air conditioning, a storage room, a cleaning room and a cellar. The building is based on basic passports. The perimeter masonry of the above-ground floors is made of ceramic blocks and the underground floors are made of lost formwork. The ceilings are made of ceiling panels. The floors are connected by a two-armed reinforced concrete staircase. The roof is saddle, double-skinned from trusses.
Apartment building Polička
Boušková, Zuzana ; Pilík, Václav (referee) ; Brzoň, Roman (advisor)
This bachelor thesis encompasses project documentation of build execution of a new apartment building. Designed building is located on the southeastern OKRAJI of Policka in a newly built location. The apartment building is designed as a detached building with three above-ground and one underground floor in a flat terrain. The building has a total of 9 residential units with layouts of 3 + KK, 2 + KK and 1 + KK. All apartments except the barrier-free have a terrace or loggia and each apartment has a cellar located in the basement of the house. In the basement there is also a technical room, workshop, bicycle and carriage house and a common room. The apartment building is based on reinforced concrete foundation strips. The vertical load-bearing structures are designed from ceramic blocks, in the basement from lost formwork. The ceiling structures are monolithic reinforced concrete slabs. Perimeter masonry above ground level is insulated with the ETICS contact thermal insulation system. The roofing of the building is solved by flat roofs, while above the 2nd floor it is a vegetation roof with a terrace, above the 3rd floor there will be a non-walkable flat roof with a waterproofing layer made of asphalt strips.
Housing for Seniors
Pilík, Václav ; Blažková, Vendula (referee) ; Daněk, Lukáš (advisor)
The diploma thesis is elaboration of project documentation of the object Housing for seniors in Brno - Dolní Heršpice. The site is located un the area with the planned development of the city. The object is detached, three-story with a partial basement. The building is divided into five parts. The building is based on concrete foundation pads and strips. The structural construction is a combined column and wall system in technological design as monolithic concrete. The building is designed as a low energy building, with contact insulation (ETICS). The whole building is designed with forced air exchange. An extensive and intensive walkable flat roof is designed. The aim is to create small, barrier-free, community housing with affordable services and support, with a possible life expectancy. Services for the elderly with reduced self-sufficiency and with mild health and mental dysfunctions are considered. The building is equipped with space for accommodation with a capacity of 48 beds, space for eating with a separate kitchen, space for leisure and physical activities, space for basic health and social care and space for administrative and technical facilities. The construction is divided into several buildings, the subject of the thesis is primarily the solution SO.01 - Housing for seniors
Unjust enrichment in the Czech legal order
Pilík, Václav ; Švestka, Jiří (advisor) ; Dvořák, Jan (referee) ; Petr, Bohuslav (referee)
Václav Pilík. Unjustified Enrichment in the Czech Law. PhD thesis 1 Abstract This PhD thesis explores the legal institution of unjustified enrichment in the Czech private law. The subject is dealt in larger historical, theoretical and partly comparative relationships in order not to be reduced only to internal problems of the national regulation. A general view of unjustified enrichment (part one of this work), providing a systematic introduction to the problem, is hinder by different approaches, their overlapping and largely opened discourse on conceptual questions. Despite all that difficulties, found out by comparative legal studies of unjustified enrichment in the civil law and common law systems, it is necessary to undergo an attempt at expression of common features of the unjustified enrichment as a legal concept. Supposing that, we can describe three common features of unjustified enrichment: it is enrichment obtained at the expense of another and in a lawless way; the modern legal institute of unjustified enrichment rests on fragmentary historical basis, substantially completed by national factors of legal development (legislation, justice and doctrine); the enrichment is viewed as objective fact (at least in certain states of facts). Legal development of unjustified enrichment runs differently in...

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