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Resort Orlík
Pavelka, Šimon Václav ; Utíkal, Aleš (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the elaboration of project documentation for construction of the Orlík Resort. The buildings are detached and are set in a slightly sloping terrain in the cadastral area Kožlí u Orlíka. The main building has two above-ground floors and one underground floor. In the basement, there is a utility room for the whole building and warehouse. Furthermore, the hall is divided into a section for men and a section for women. In these sections, visitors have a dressing room with cabins with showers and toilets. Then there will be a choice of two exercise halls, two massage rooms or a large gym area. On the ground floor, the building is entered via lee to the vestibule and into the spacious hall. In the entrance, there is a reception with storage area and a room with a kitchenette and toilet. The building is also accessible via a second staircase and large glass sliding windows. There is a conference room with adjustable size, a social hall, warehouses, toilets for women and men as well as an office. For employees there is a day room with kitchenette, changing rooms and showers separate for men and women. The upper floor contains two terraces. These are green roofs, where one is partially fitted with tiles, and there is a recognized reinforced concrete skeleton. There is a cleaning room on each floor. There are also processed two apartment houses, illuminated by roof skylights, which are on the plot four times. All buildings are designed from the reinforced concrete skeleton with lined sandstone blocks. The ceilings are made of prestressed hollow panels, and the roofs are green. Apartment house No. 1 is symmetrical and contains two apartments. There is a storage room, lee, vestibule, utility room, toilet, room, bedroom and a large kitchen with living room and terrace access. The large bathroom has a bathtub, glass shower and one sliding door that closes the room with urinal or toilet. Apartment house No. 2 is divided into three apartment
Boarding house
Pálka, Tomáš ; Utíkal, Aleš (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
The subject of the thesis is a project for the implementation of the construction of the Pension with restaurant and wellness, located in South Moravia in the village Zaječí. The building is designed as a two-storey basement with partial embedding of the first underground floor into the ground. The guesthouse will be used for temporary accommodation of 24 persons. On the first floor there is an entrance hall with reception, facilities for staff and accommodation rooms. The other rooms are located on the second floor. In the basement is a restaurant and wellness, as well as technical facilities. The building is based on the foundation passports. Constructionally o brick building from ceramic blocks. It is a longitudinal wall system transverse stiffened by walls. External walls will be insulated by contact insulation system ETICS. Ceilings will be created from prestressed ceiling panels. The roofing is designed using a saddle roof truss.
Multifunctional building
Lauko, Marek ; Utíkal, Aleš (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to prepare documentation for construction. The building is partially basement and in terms of building physics is designed as a building with almost zero energy consumption. For the purpose of the work is chosen multifunctional object, which consists of veterinary clinic and shop with pet supplies. The building land is located in the cadastral area of Brno-Královo Pole in a built-up area designated for mixed areas of trade and services on a relatively flat plot no. 4800/28 on Edisonova Street. The new building is located on the southeast side of the property, which is followed by parking from the northwest side. The purpose, appearance and volume of the building do not interfere in any way with the character of the territory. Veterinary clinic is partially basement with two floors. In the basement is a technical background for the whole multifunctional building. On the first floor is a waiting room with a reception and two examination rooms, an office and a changing room for employees. On the floor are specialized workplaces, X-ray, ultrasonographic, otoscopic, laboratory and operating room together with hospitalization for animals. The shop with pet supplies is designed as a single storey, consisting of a sale area with a warehouse and facilities for employees. The southeast facade is covered with expanded metal. The construction system of the building is wall-mounted, made of ceramic bricks for thin-layer mortar. Ceiling constructions are designed from large-area filigree panels. The roof is vegetational.
Post office
Kušnir, Jakub ; Utíkal, Aleš (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
The aim of my diploma thesis is to design and make out a design documentation to show the look of new post office building. The plot is located in the cadastral area of Lesná and the parcel numbers are 1344/1, 1344/3, 1344/4 and 1345. The building is located on a flat terrain. The building consists of two above-ground floors and one underground floor. On the first floor are public areas, post offices and the background of the post office. On the second there is the office of the director, office of the representative, meeting room and facilities for the post office employees. In the underground floor there is technical equipment of the building, archive and storeroom of post office. The construction system is made in a combination of monolithic skeleton and ceramic bricks. It is designed with a flat roof wich is drained by with roof gullies.
Multifunctional building
Doležal, Lukáš ; Utíkal, Aleš (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
The subject of the master’s thesis is the project documentation of building work for multifunctional building. The object has three floors. The structural system of the building is bricked. The roof of the building is flat and the terraces are designed as vegetation and walking. On the mainfloor there are situated commercial spaces, building technical facilities and seven residential units. On the second floor there is space for commercial use and seven residential units and on the last floor there is also space for commercial use and one residential units.
Accommodation facility
Šindlář, Josef ; Utíkal, Aleš (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
The subject of this master thesis is a project for the construction of accommodation facility with a basement. The building is located in Ostrava close to the historical centre of the city. The building is a 4starcategory accommodation facility and will serve as temporary accommodation. There will be a restaurant and a gym designed for hotel guests only. The accommodation capacity is 68 guests. A car park for hotel visitors is situated close to the hotel. It is a brick structure made of sand-lime blocks,monolithic ceilings and a first underground floor. The building is insulated with ETICS system. Paste-like plaster and brick tapes were used for facade construction. The roof is made up of one roof surface and the foundation will be realized on the foundation strips. The building is situated on flat terrain. The project was developed in ArchiCad21, AutoCad 2016 and SketchUp.
Retirement home
Juríková, Veronika ; Utíkal, Aleš (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with a new building of retirement home. This thesis aims to elaborate a project documentation for the construction of the building. It is a self-standing object on a flat land. The retirement home has one underground floor and three above ground floors. On the underground floor there are the retirement home’s technical equipment and warehouses. On the ground floor there are public services: patisserie and café, hairdresser, dining room. The first floor and the second floor are designed for the accommodation of seniors in single and double apartments. There are also a common room and retirement home’s equipment. The bearing construction consists of ceramic masonry of thickness 300 mm and reinforced concrete columns. The masonry and the columns are based on a concrete bases and concrete beads. The retirement home is roofed with a mono-pitched roof. The object is insulated by a contact thermal insulation system.
Retirement home
Homola, Jan ; Utíkal, Aleš (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the project documentation for the execution of the pension for seniors. The land is located in the village of Kozlany. Pension serves long-term accommodation for 30 people. The building has one underground and three above-ground floors. The stop is done with a single-shell surface impermeable roof. The construction is designed as a monolithic skeleton.
Facilities of sports complex
Mach, Daniel ; Utíkal, Aleš (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with a new construction of a sports complex facility in Žďár nad Sázavou, Vysočina region. It aims to develop project documentation for construction work. The building is located near the town’s centre, on the unconstructed land under the town’s ownership. The object is supposed to serve as a facility for athletes. The building’s plan is regularly-shaped, formed to the letter “L”. It has two above-ground and one underground floors. In the object, there are a wellness area, gym, dressing room, restaurant, administrative part, and an apartment for the manager of the building. This is a classic brick building, which is based on both strip foundations and square footings. Bearing perimeter walls in the underground floor are formed from lost formwork. Bearing perimeter walls in the above-ground floors are formed from Porotherm cut ceramic blocks. The ceilings are made of Spiroll panels. Partition walls consist of Porotherm non-bearing cut ceramic blocks. The object is roofed by a flat single-skin roof and a vegetation roof. All external walls are insulated with a contact thermal insulation system.
Retirement home
Stejskalová, Markéta ; Utíkal, Aleš (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
This work aims to develop projekt documentation for building construction. The projekt addresses the new construkction of a pension for seniors. Pension is located in the city of Kutná Hora in the Central Region. The object is designed for 34 people throughout the year. Pension has one underground and free above ground floors. The shape of the object is unspecified at several height levels. It is a reversed L-shaped with mid-point projections. Pension is bricked from ceramic blocks. The roof is a combination of a sliding flat roof and a console roof. The building is situated in a place of flat terrain.

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