Environmentally School In Faraa Camp

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Islam Sarhan
Ismail Affaneh
Bahaa Shaer
Morad Abu Zayed
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The project presents an environmentally friendly school in Nablus city. The knowledge & science is the measure of success between countries so from this point we want to design a special school to increase the level of knowledge. The project will be designed in an integrated style, which includes architectural, structural, electrical, environmental, mechanical, and seismic design. The architectural design will include the form and orientation of the building, the appropriate areas for each part that depend on the function of the building, the interior design, and the environmental requirements. In the structural design, the structure will be designed using computer software with 3-D model output. The mechanical design will take in consideration The HVAC, water, sanitary systems, and fire and alarm system. In the electrical design will be artificial and day lighting and power systems. Finally, seismic design, and emergency exits will be designed. In the end, we will use the BIM service, and make a report that includes all design details and codes used, a table of quantities and shop drawings will be submitted So that can be implemented in practice. Finally, this project will provide a unique, safe, and cost effective design of school in Palestine. This report was written by students at the Building Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, An-Najah National University. It has not been altered or corrected, other than editorial corrections, as a result of assessment and it may contain language as well as content errors. The views expressed in it together with any outcomes and recommendations are solely those of the students. An-Najah National University accepts no responsibility or liability for the consequences of this report being used for a purpose other than the purpose for which it was commissioned .
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