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Santa Clara : Santa Clara University, 2021.
Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering
The superstructure of a warehouse and office building was designed to accommodate the need of international automotive companies to set their bases in Bekasi, Indonesia. The warehouse space is planned to provide the space needed to store car manufacturing parts to meet the demand of the growing automotive industry in Indonesia. The project is also beneficial to the local areas as it has the potential to provide job opportunities. The type of construction used was steel construction. Steel construction was chosen because of the speed of construction and prefabrication. The structure was designed based on the architectural plans made by the team members using AutoCAD. The structural design of the warehouse and office building was designed based on the Indonesian National Standards, which is adopted mostly from ASCE 7-16, ACI 318-14, and AISC 360-16. The design of the superstructure involved the design of the columns, beams, slabs, and rafters of the structure. The structural design incorporated seismic design requirements according to the Indonesian National Standards. The structural analysis software SAP2000 was used to aid in designing the structure of the warehouse. The warehouse structure consists of one story with a two-story ancillary office space inside the building. This project will lead to the improvement of not just Indonesia’s infrastructure, but also its economy by fulfilling both community and commercial needs of the growing automotive industry in Indonesia.
Ardiya, Marco and Lemena, Stanley, "Warehouse Design for Automotive Parts Manufacturers in Bekasi, Indonesia" (2021). Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering Senior Theses. 88.
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