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Center of leisure activities
Kaňovský, Michal ; Utíkal, Aleš (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
This diploma thesis presents a project documentation for construction of a center of leisure activities. It's construction site located on the outskirts of town Třebíč, "Na Kopcích" street. The building is composed from the two visual and three service parts which are connected to each other. On the left side in first floor there is a bowling with services and the second floor will serve for sport activities of jumping, spinning or relax massages. On the right side of building will be usable for education or for leisure activities. The building is designed as a two floors with partial basement. The construction system is formed by longitudinal wall system with precast hollow core slab or reinforced concrete slab. The structure is based on strip foundations with walls of permanent formwork. External wall is based on clay brick of therm type. The staircase is designed as prefabricated element or cast-in-place reinforced concrete. The roof is constructed as warm flat green roof with expanded polystyrene with screed to fall.
House with an establishment
Julínek, Dan ; Kalábová, Tereza (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The bachelor work contains design documents of a standalone family house with an establishment. This house is situated in the area of Brno-centre, region Brno in parcel no. 1428/1 in the land register of Kohoutovice. Built up area is 164,5 m2. The house is a twofloor,partial basement with an attic. On the ground floor of the living part of the house is designed entrance, vestibule, corridor, bathroom, WC, kitchen, pantry, cojoined dining room and living room, and staircase. In the operational part of the ground floor is designed entrance, waiting room, veterinary medicine, WC for the patients, WC for the working staff, conveniences, dressroom, and store room. In the attic there are situated two rooms, quest bedroom, master bedroom, bathroom, WC, dressroom, study, corridor, and loggia. In the basement there are situated workshop, laundry room, cleaning store room, corridor, and staircase. The building is based on foundation strips made from concrete C16/20, all peripheral frame structures in the basement are designed in BTB bricks, and the elevated frame sturcturesthe syare designes in system Porotherm. Staircase is made as monolithic construction with wood paneling. Roof is a gabled roof of the type „hambalek“ construction. Roof slope is 35° with ceramic tile of „Tondach Figaro 11“.
Static analysis of reinforced concrete floor structure of historical building
Nani, Pavel ; Bažant, Zdeněk (referee) ; Zich, Miloš (advisor)
The chief objective of my bachelor’s thesis is a design of the reinforced concrete floor structure of a historical building over 1st floor. The historical building was built in 1874. There are three floors in this building and there isn’t any underground floor. The reinforced concrete floor structure consists of the following forms of structure – a ribbed ceiling, a floor slab, a beam, a shell of vault and a staircase. The ribbed ceiling is made from a lost formwork of the VELOX firm. The set reinforced concrete floor structures are according to ČSN EN 1992-1-1.
House on a Sloping Building Site
Seifert, Jan ; Karlík, Štěpán (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with a design for a new detached house on a slope, which is situated in the cadester area of the Down of Zbraslavice. The building is a two-floor house with a partial basement, which is designed for a four-member family. The house is detached. The vertical load-bearing structures are walled with clay blocks Porotherm, insulated with a contact thermal insulation system from expanded polystyren slabs. The basement is walled with permanent formwork Best and insulated with contact thermal insulation system from extruded polystyrene slabs. The building is roofed with a mono-pitched roof with 5- degree slope and exposed rafters. A garage for two cars is a part of the house.
Apartment building - Brno
Zukal, Zdeněk ; Šuhajdová, Eva (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is to elaborate the design documentation of an apartment house with restaurant. The building is designed in the village of Lipůvka, South-Moravian region, on plot No.: 544/1 and 545/1 – cadastral region Lipůvka. The bulit-up area is 443,3 m2. There are four floors. There is restaurant, one housing unit (for persons with reduced mobility) and utility room in first above-ground floor. Second, third and fourth above-ground floor is for housing. Each of these three floors has three apartments – two apartments 3+k, one apartment 3+1. Entrance to every apartment is from main staircase. The building is based on the foundation walls of concrete C20/25, all vertical walls are from Porotherm System. Celings are composed of ceramic-conrete beams POT, ceramic insertion Miako and concrete. The staircase is monolithic reinforced concrete. The building is without basement, roofed by a warm flat roof.
Annex of the parish office and the community building toward the church in Brno-Líšeň
Kosařová, Pavla ; Myslín,, Jiří (referee) ; Brukner, Bohuslav (advisor)
The final thesis is focused on the annex of complex of mixed-use buildings toward the church in Brno-Lisen. A pair of buildings consists of a one-storey Building a community of Salesians and two-storey building with parish office. The group of buildings is located on the southern slope in the housing estate of a block of flats from the 80s. Objects vertically copy a curve of the slope and is increasing to the dominant church building. Block of buildings are adjacent by shorter side to the church building and form a small enclosed courtyard inside. The buildings are designed at brick ceramic blocks, buildings are withnout cellar, with flat green roof. Living rooms are located on the southern facade, the north is reserved for corridors. The entrance to the courtyard is connected to the existing service road. Pedestrian approach builds on the existing surrounding landscaping.
Residential Building Renovation
Horn, Jiří ; Stránská, Zuzana (referee) ; Struhala, Karel (advisor)
The aim of this diploma thesis is a renovation of a two-story family house in Dolní Krupá. The original house is from 1935. It has several newer outbuildings such as garage or storage spaces. The walls are made of solid fired bricks. There is a timber joist floor structure. The main building has a gable roof with timber roof truss. The outbuildings have flat and mono-pitched roofs. The reason for the renovation is the inefficiency of the aging building combined with nearing end of life of some building elements. Also, the layout of the building with multiple outbuildings built during its service life does not comply with contemporary housing standards. Therefore, a large part of the building will be demolished and replaced with new structures. Only the load-bearing walls on the first floor of the main building and the part of the building adjacent to the garage will remain. The new layout will consist of two separate apartments (one on each floor). The load-bearing structures will include ceramic masonry and reinforced concrete floor. The roof truss will be made of wood. The original appearance of the object will be preserved. The house will be heated with an air-to-water heat pump installed next to the north facade of the house. Each floor of the house will be air conditioned by a separated air conditioning unit. As the third part of the work, I chose a life cycle assessment (LCA), using several different building materials for a this renovation.
Family House
Řehoř, David ; Dostálová, Darina (referee) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The objective of this thesis is to draw up the design documentation for the construction of a single-family house. The detached house will include a two-car garage and will be built in the northern part of the village Moravské Knínice, a brick building with two above-ground floors and one underground. The roof is a saddleback. The vertical load-bearing structure, as well as the non-structural construction, is designed of Heluz ceramic bricks. The total construction area is 162,85 m2.
Apartment building
Kalenda, Lukáš ; Kozubíková, Ivana (referee) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the preparation of a selected part of the project documentation for the construction of an apartment building. The aim is to design a suitable layout solution that meets the requirements of modern living. It is necessary to choose a suitable design and material sulution. The apartment is set in a slightly sloping terrain. The building consists of 4 floors and basement. The building is based on foundation strips made of concrete. The vertical load-bearing structures are made of ceramic masonry, in the case of perimeter masonry, the load-bearing structure is supplemented by a contact thermal insulation system. Horizontal load-bearing structures are formed by semi-assembled ceramic ceilings. Roof is designed as a green roof. In the basement of the building there are 5 separate garages, utility room, workroom, carriage house and cellar. In the above-ground part of the building there are 9 housing units of a various layouts and sizes. Part of the bachelor´s thesis is also the assessment of the building in terms of building physics (thermal engineering, acoustics, sunlight and daylight) and also in terms of fire safety.
House of Panels TM
Koláčková, Jana ; Dohnal, Jakub (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with a project of a new detached family house with two housing groups which is situated in the cadaster unit of the town of Kobylice. Detached family house has two floors and a basement. The detached family house is for two four-member families. The perimeter constructions of basement are built of concrete blocks Presbeton and are insulated with a contact thermal insulation systém of Syntohos XPS Prime G 30 IR that are 100 mm thick. The perimeter constructions of first and second floor are built of panels TM with a contact thermal insulation systém of styrotherm plus 100 that are 140 mm thick. Horizontal constructions are built of panels Spiroll. The building is roofed with two mono-pitched roofs with 5° slope. The staircase is designed as monolitic three-armed staircase made of reinforced concrete. The entrance to the building is situated on the north side. Every apartment has garage in the basement for one personal car. The entrance to the garage is situated on the north side and west side. The bachelor’s thesis has the form of design documentation for the building process.

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