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Title: Engineers Without Borders Columbia University Chapter


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Health Care FacilitySamli, Thailand


An Engineers Without Borders USA Project
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___________________________
Project Description
Goals - Design and Construct a Health Care
Facility - Fulfill the Needs of the Site
Assessment - Ultimately, serve over 100
patients daily - Model for Future Health Care
Facilities - Promote Cultural and Technical
Exchange Among - Thai Hill Tribe Community -
Local NGO - EWB Student and Professional
Chapters - EWB Technical Advisory Committee -
EWB United States of America Project
Implementation - Phase I Colorado School of
Mines - Phase II Columbia University - Phase
III UCLA and University of Maryland
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

3
___________________________
Phase I - Site Assessment
Logistics - Performed by Colorado School of
Mines - In Coordination with Richard Herring and
Joni Morse - Executed in the Winter of 2002
-2003 Conclusions - Fulfill the Medical Needs
of 12 Villages - Clinical Treatments -
Vaccinations - Immunizations - Pre- and Post-
natal care - Blood tests and other basic
medical services - Health Care Accessibility -
Soil Conditions are Acceptable for Construction
of a Facility
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

4
___________________________
Phase I I Project Team
Columbia University Students - Ambika Rose
Project Manager - Kofi Agyeman Design
Officer - Marvin Hidalgo Health Point Person
- Michael Thole Fundraising Research
Officer - Zafeer Baber Cultural Exchange
Officer Professionals - Christian
Meyer Columbia Faculty Advisor - Richard
Herring Executive Project Manager - Andrea
Stancliff Project Supervisor - Joni Morse NGO
Contact Person
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

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___________________________
Research
Health and Travel - Required Vaccinations -
Emergency Supplies - Important Documents Thai
Culture - Royal Family is Highly Respected -
Thai People are Non-confrontational - Cultural
Etiquette Emergency Plan and Exit Strategy -
There is a Car On-Site at all Times - Nearest
Health Care Facility in Chiang Dao - Major
Hospital located in Chiang Mai - Emergency
Evacuation Route - Consulate General in Chiang
Mai

The Royal Family
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

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___________________________
Funding
Columbia Budget and Expenditure Flight from New
York City to Bangkok 778.00 Flight from
Bangkok to Chiang Mai 125.00 Two overnight
stays in Bangkok 24.00 One overnight stay
in Chiang Mai 12.50 Vaccinations
75.00 Visa 53.00 Estimate for each of
the five students 1054.50 Budget
5285.50 Expenditure 5312.00 Financing -
Donations - Bake Sales - Raffles
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

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Design - Layout
Health Care Amenities - Waiting Room - 1
Emergency Room - 2 Examination Rooms -
Laboratory - Storage - Detached
Restroom Doctors Quarters - Private
Entrance - Bathroom - Bedroom -
Common Area - Detached Kitchen
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

8
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Design Elevations
Walls Trusses
Windows Doors - 8 in Height - Span
30 - 2x6 Header - Studs 2 O.C.
- 8 in Height - 2x4 Sills
- 1 Bottom and 2 Top Plates - Bearing on
Exterior Walls - Stud Reinforcement -
Anchored with Bolts Nails -
Pre-Fabricated - Double Entry Doors
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

9
___________________________
Design Construction Drawings
- Produced for all Exterior and Interior Wall
Sections - Detailed the Location of each Stud
and the Size of Window Door Openings -
Specified Anchor Bolt Locations
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

10
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Construction Foundation Slab
Foundation Slab - 18 Deep Perimeter
Footing Wall - 4 Thick Slab - 220
Linear Feet of Foundation Wall - 1800
Square Feet of Slab - 5 Cubic Yards of
Concrete - 22 Cubic Yards of
Concrete - Reinforced with Rebar Cages
- Reinforced with Grid of
Rebar - Anchor Bolts Placed
around Perimeter
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

11
___________________________
Construction Wall Sections
Construction
Erection - List of Timber Members - Holes
Drilled for Anchor Bolts - Constructed
Window Door Frames - Lifted into Location
- Assembled and Nailed - Braced with
2x4s
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

12
___________________________
Construction Roofing
Trusses Tiles
- 2x 6 Timber Boards
- 18x 36 - Joints Reinforced
with metal Bracing - Cement
Tiles - Manually Hoisted up
- Rubber Gaskets Used in Fastening
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

13
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Construction Siding, Windows, Doors
Siding Windows Doors - 10 Long
Boards - Pre- Hung - Treated Pine -
Hardware Pre-Installed - 1 Overlap -
Install and Shim
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

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Phase I I I Project Team
___________________________
University of California, Los Angeles
Students - Jonathan Hogstad Fundraising
Manager - Lisa Jambusaria Health Marshal
- Ismael Nawfal Information Manager - Regina
Quan Cultural Exchange Advisor - Diego
Rosso Project Manager - Philip Wegge El
Presidente Professionals - Jason Priebe
Project Supervisor - Danny DeVito Plumming
and Carpentry Manager
Engineers Without Borders Health Care
Facility Samli, Thailand
15
___________________________
Design Electrical Plant
Fuse Box/GND Wiring Outlets/Switches
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

16
Design Water/Sewage Lines
___________________________
Sinks Water Heaters Septic Tank/Leach Field
Engineers Without Borders Health Care
Facility Samli, Thailand
17
Design Insulation/Ventilation
___________________________
Fiberglass Insulation Enhanced Air Circulation
Engineers Without Borders Health Care
Facility Samli, Thailand
18
Design Finishing
________________
Wall/Ceiling Paneling Formica Linings Air
Vents
Engineers Without Borders Health Care
Facility Samli, Thailand
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Cultural Exchange
___________________
Engineers Without Borders Health Care
Facility Samli, Thailand
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___________________________
Present Status
Function - Project Completed August 11, 2004
- Doctor Posted to Facility on September 1,
2004 - First Patient Loong Boon, had a tooth
removed - Doctor Treats 30 to 50 Patients
Daily Dedication -
Ceremony with Locals and District Health Official
on August 12, 2004
- Official Ceremony with Prince
Bhisatti Rajani to be Performed in December
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

21
___________________________
The Experience
Enabled us to - Collaborate with Villagers
- Work with Professional Engineers - Learn a
some phrases in Lihsu - Experience Thai
Culture - Hone our Construction Skills -
Observe Religious Practices - Contribute to a
Community in Need Complimented our Engineering
Education by - Applying our Engineering
Knowledge - Increasing our Ability to
Visualize in 3-Dimensions - Developing our
CADD Skills - Gaving us Insights into the
Logistics of the Construction Industry
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

22
___________________________
Thank You
Dick Herring Jason Priebe Andrea Stancliff Chris
Webb Joni Morse Deerim Morse Pung Sar
Morse Anthony Morse Christian Meyer EWB -
Columbia Board
Danny DeVito Richard Gay Steve Jacobsen Michael
K. Stenstrom UCLA Alumni Fund General Motors Inc
U. of Maryland EWB TAC Committee Health Metrics
Group Local Villagers

Chiang Mai Province, Thailand
and EWB - USA
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand
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Title: Engineers Without Borders Columbia University Chapter


1
___________________________
Health Care FacilitySamli, Thailand


An Engineers Without Borders USA Project
2
___________________________
Project Description
Goals - Design and Construct a Health Care
Facility - Fulfill the Needs of the Site
Assessment - Ultimately, serve over 100
patients daily - Model for Future Health Care
Facilities - Promote Cultural and Technical
Exchange Among - Thai Hill Tribe Community -
Local NGO - EWB Student and Professional
Chapters - EWB Technical Advisory Committee -
EWB United States of America Project
Implementation - Phase I Colorado School of
Mines - Phase II Columbia University - Phase
III UCLA and University of Maryland
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

3
___________________________
Phase I - Site Assessment
Logistics - Performed by Colorado School of
Mines - In Coordination with Richard Herring and
Joni Morse - Executed in the Winter of 2002
-2003 Conclusions - Fulfill the Medical Needs
of 12 Villages - Clinical Treatments -
Vaccinations - Immunizations - Pre- and Post-
natal care - Blood tests and other basic
medical services - Health Care Accessibility -
Soil Conditions are Acceptable for Construction
of a Facility
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

4
___________________________
Phase I I Project Team
Columbia University Students - Ambika Rose
Project Manager - Kofi Agyeman Design
Officer - Marvin Hidalgo Health Point Person
- Michael Thole Fundraising Research
Officer - Zafeer Baber Cultural Exchange
Officer Professionals - Christian
Meyer Columbia Faculty Advisor - Richard
Herring Executive Project Manager - Andrea
Stancliff Project Supervisor - Joni Morse NGO
Contact Person
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

5
___________________________
Research
Health and Travel - Required Vaccinations -
Emergency Supplies - Important Documents Thai
Culture - Royal Family is Highly Respected -
Thai People are Non-confrontational - Cultural
Etiquette Emergency Plan and Exit Strategy -
There is a Car On-Site at all Times - Nearest
Health Care Facility in Chiang Dao - Major
Hospital located in Chiang Mai - Emergency
Evacuation Route - Consulate General in Chiang
Mai

The Royal Family
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

6
___________________________
Funding
Columbia Budget and Expenditure Flight from New
York City to Bangkok 778.00 Flight from
Bangkok to Chiang Mai 125.00 Two overnight
stays in Bangkok 24.00 One overnight stay
in Chiang Mai 12.50 Vaccinations
75.00 Visa 53.00 Estimate for each of
the five students 1054.50 Budget
5285.50 Expenditure 5312.00 Financing -
Donations - Bake Sales - Raffles
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

7
___________________________
Design - Layout
Health Care Amenities - Waiting Room - 1
Emergency Room - 2 Examination Rooms -
Laboratory - Storage - Detached
Restroom Doctors Quarters - Private
Entrance - Bathroom - Bedroom -
Common Area - Detached Kitchen
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

8
___________________________
Design Elevations
Walls Trusses
Windows Doors - 8 in Height - Span
30 - 2x6 Header - Studs 2 O.C.
- 8 in Height - 2x4 Sills
- 1 Bottom and 2 Top Plates - Bearing on
Exterior Walls - Stud Reinforcement -
Anchored with Bolts Nails -
Pre-Fabricated - Double Entry Doors
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

9
___________________________
Design Construction Drawings
- Produced for all Exterior and Interior Wall
Sections - Detailed the Location of each Stud
and the Size of Window Door Openings -
Specified Anchor Bolt Locations
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

10
___________________________
Construction Foundation Slab
Foundation Slab - 18 Deep Perimeter
Footing Wall - 4 Thick Slab - 220
Linear Feet of Foundation Wall - 1800
Square Feet of Slab - 5 Cubic Yards of
Concrete - 22 Cubic Yards of
Concrete - Reinforced with Rebar Cages
- Reinforced with Grid of
Rebar - Anchor Bolts Placed
around Perimeter
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

11
___________________________
Construction Wall Sections
Construction
Erection - List of Timber Members - Holes
Drilled for Anchor Bolts - Constructed
Window Door Frames - Lifted into Location
- Assembled and Nailed - Braced with
2x4s
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

12
___________________________
Construction Roofing
Trusses Tiles
- 2x 6 Timber Boards
- 18x 36 - Joints Reinforced
with metal Bracing - Cement
Tiles - Manually Hoisted up
- Rubber Gaskets Used in Fastening
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

13
___________________________
Construction Siding, Windows, Doors
Siding Windows Doors - 10 Long
Boards - Pre- Hung - Treated Pine -
Hardware Pre-Installed - 1 Overlap -
Install and Shim
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

14
Phase I I I Project Team
___________________________
University of California, Los Angeles
Students - Jonathan Hogstad Fundraising
Manager - Lisa Jambusaria Health Marshal
- Ismael Nawfal Information Manager - Regina
Quan Cultural Exchange Advisor - Diego
Rosso Project Manager - Philip Wegge El
Presidente Professionals - Jason Priebe
Project Supervisor - Danny DeVito Plumming
and Carpentry Manager
Engineers Without Borders Health Care
Facility Samli, Thailand
15
___________________________
Design Electrical Plant
Fuse Box/GND Wiring Outlets/Switches
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

16
Design Water/Sewage Lines
___________________________
Sinks Water Heaters Septic Tank/Leach Field
Engineers Without Borders Health Care
Facility Samli, Thailand
17
Design Insulation/Ventilation
___________________________
Fiberglass Insulation Enhanced Air Circulation
Engineers Without Borders Health Care
Facility Samli, Thailand
18
Design Finishing
________________
Wall/Ceiling Paneling Formica Linings Air
Vents
Engineers Without Borders Health Care
Facility Samli, Thailand
19
Cultural Exchange
___________________
Engineers Without Borders Health Care
Facility Samli, Thailand
20
___________________________
Present Status
Function - Project Completed August 11, 2004
- Doctor Posted to Facility on September 1,
2004 - First Patient Loong Boon, had a tooth
removed - Doctor Treats 30 to 50 Patients
Daily Dedication -
Ceremony with Locals and District Health Official
on August 12, 2004
- Official Ceremony with Prince
Bhisatti Rajani to be Performed in December
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

21
___________________________
The Experience
Enabled us to - Collaborate with Villagers
- Work with Professional Engineers - Learn a
some phrases in Lihsu - Experience Thai
Culture - Hone our Construction Skills -
Observe Religious Practices - Contribute to a
Community in Need Complimented our Engineering
Education by - Applying our Engineering
Knowledge - Increasing our Ability to
Visualize in 3-Dimensions - Developing our
CADD Skills - Gaving us Insights into the
Logistics of the Construction Industry
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand

22
___________________________
Thank You
Dick Herring Jason Priebe Andrea Stancliff Chris
Webb Joni Morse Deerim Morse Pung Sar
Morse Anthony Morse Christian Meyer EWB -
Columbia Board
Danny DeVito Richard Gay Steve Jacobsen Michael
K. Stenstrom UCLA Alumni Fund General Motors Inc
U. of Maryland EWB TAC Committee Health Metrics
Group Local Villagers

Chiang Mai Province, Thailand
and EWB - USA
  • Engineers Without Borders Health Care
    Facility Samli, Thailand
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