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SURBANA INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANTS PTE LTD

Becamex International University of Technology @ BINH DUONG


PROPOSED MASTERPLANNING
CONTENTS Becamex International University of Technology Master Plan Report

A. MASTERPLAN OVERVIEW
Illustrative Master Plan
Objectives, Roles and Missions
Impression
Location
Population
Schedule of Accommodation
B. ANALYSIS
Site Analysis
Noise Buffer
North South Orientation
Wind Flow Strategy
Site Access

C. PLANNING STRATEGIES
Planning Design Approach
Vehicular Circulation
Parking Strategy
Fire Engine Access
Spatial Relationship
Pedestrian Circulation
Hubs
Green Network
Open Spaces Network
Place Making
Admin Block
Faculty Block
Hospitality School
A MASTER PLAN OVERVIEW
Site Area 26 hectare
Toral GFA 147 304
Plot Ratio 0.566
Site Coverage 18.6%
AERIAL VIEW
The scope of project is to propose a world-best practice
Technical University at the given site of 26 hectares of
new township in the Binh Duong Industrial Service-
Township Complex in Vietnam.

The objective of this university is to train and provide


human resources in technological services to contribute
to the development of Binh Duong province and South-
Eastern region.

MASTERPLAN
The goal of Becamex International University of Technology is to
create thriving campus which is socially harmonious, environmentally
friendly and resource efficient- a new model of sustainable
development in Binh Duong province, Vietnam. To provide talents of
good personalities who are professional, realistic and capable of
carrying out technological services to contribute to the development
of Binh Duong province and South-eastern region.

OBJECTIVES
To provide talents of good personalities who
are professional, realistic and capable of
carrying out technological services to
contribute to the development of Binh Duong
province and South-eastern region.
Until 2020, the university aims to be ranked in
top 20 Universities in Vietnam, top 100
universities in Southeast Asia and top 250
universities in Asia.

ROLES
1. Becamex International University of Techonology shall provide multi-
level education
2. To supplement, enhance and update of knowledge
3. To link all levels of education within the school and outside of the
school.
4. To carry out scientific research and perform technological services
5. To uplift education level for Binh Duong’s province population and to
serve as a cultural base.

MISSIONS
1. To train and provide human resources in technical subjects for Binh
Duong and other provinces in the region.
2. To provide a wide range of engineering and technical training to cater
for the needs of Becamex ICD and Binh Duong province.
3. Re-educate, update, enhance knowledge for workers, satisfying the
demand of the industrial sectors.
4. To carry out scientific research and perform technological services for
the industrial sectors.

OBJECTIVES, ROLES & MISSIONS


VIETNAM

IMPRESSION
Binh Duong province is located on the
southeastern region of Vietnam. Binh
Duong has a tropical climate of wet
and dry season with an average
humidity of 75%.

Binh Duong weather is characterized


by heavy rainfall throughout the year
with an average rainfall of 1 800 mm
annually about (150 rainy days per
year). Most of the precipitation begins
in May and ends in late November,
while the dry season lasts from
December to April.

The average temperature is 28 ºC


BECAMEX  INTERNATIONAL  UNIVERSITY  OF  (Celsius) with the highest temperature
TECHNOLOGY of 39 ºC (Celsius) and lowest reaches
SITE AREA : 26 HECTARES 16 ºC.

LOCATION
Our site is 26 ha, located towards the
western side within the new township
of Binh Duong province. It is sited at
close proximity to residential zone and
a sports hub.

LOCATION
No. Type of student Duration of No. of enrolment No. of students per No. of Student population
training (months) per year enrolment students (in the school)
per year
1 University 42 1 2.000 2.000 8.000
2 College 30 1 1.500 1.500 4.500
3 Secondary 20 1 3.000 3.000 6.000
4 Primary 6 2 5.000 10.000 5.000
5 Re-education and knowledge 3 3 500 1.500 500
update
Total 12.000 18.000 24.000

Table 1. Estimated types of students and the student’s population at steady state in 2020

No. Areas of training No. of students


1 Engineering and Technology 18.000

2 Industrial and Environmental Management 6.000

Total 24.000
Table 2. Estimated students in areas of training

No. Level of training Year 2010 Year 2015 Year 2020


1 University 600 1.500 2.000
2 College 500 1.000 1.500
3 Secondary 1.000 2.000 3.000
4 Primary 4.000 8.000 10.000
5 Re-education 500 1.000 1.500
Total 6.600 13.500 18.000

Table 3. Estimated enrolment

POPULATION estimate scale, structure & levels of training and enrolment


SCHEDULE OF ACCOMMODATION

SCHEDULE OF ACCOMODATION
B ANALYSIS
STRENGTH

1. Close proximity to Residential area & Sports


Center allow the university to share the facilities

2. The site is bound by two major roads which


provide easy access to the site

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2

WEAKNESS

3. Presence of noise from primary roads

4. The site is abutted to a line of electric pylons


4 on the eastern boundary.

SITE ANALYSIS
The site is lined by two major arterial roadways on the
northern and eastern boundaries which means the site is
subjected to heightened noise levels.

OIC 3 A minimal 30 meters setback has been incorporated into


G TAIO L the design layout along these edges to, disperse some of
N
NOOO the noise emanating from the roads. These setbacks are
lined with trees that serve as a green edge and a vital
function to buffer the site from the surrounding roads and
development.

NOOONG
SECTION A - A

N78

SECTION B - B

NOISE BUFFER
Although there are heavy downpour, Binh Duong
province has very high direct solar radiation throughout
the year.

Most of the buildings are designed to take the form of a


long thin strip arranged in a cluster manner. The long
sides of the building is orientated to face north-south
directions, where this plays an important role to minimize
heat gain and glare effect.

NORTH - SOUTH ORIENTATION


A generic study indicates the prevailing wind
direction is from the southern side (south-east &
south-west) assuming that the surrounding
development does not interfere with the wind
speed and direction.

On the southern half of the site, the buildings are


distributed in greater porosity around landscapes
decorated with water elements (like fountain, pond,
etc). The prevailing wind, cooled down by these
water features and bring cool wind to the northern
half of the site.

CAMPUS
GREEN

NEIGHBOURHOOD
GREEN

COMMON COURT

GREEN WALK

WIND FLOW STRATEGY


The site is bound by two major roads, Noong
Taio Loic 3 that links to the Town Center on the
northern boundary and Noong N78 on the east. IC 3
To the south and east , the site is separated TA IO LO
NG
from the sports hub and residential parcel by NOOO

PERIMET
Nooong NM3 and Nooong SOA 1 respectively.

The university will be fenced for security


reasons. Strategic pedestrian and vehicle

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entries with security checkpoints are located as

CIN
indicated in the diagram. The main entrance to

FENCING
FEN
the campus is celebrated by U-shape admin
block via a grand 60 meters wide road & forum,

TER
along the main axes that terminates at the
auditorium.

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Bus drop-offs are proposed along the two main ADMIN MAIN ENTRY

1
roads. On the south side, another bus route is BLOCK

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proposed to serve both the university and the AUDITORIUM

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sports hub. FORUM

NOOONG
CAMPUS

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GREEN
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NO

N78
NOO
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NM3

SPORTS HUB

GREEN AND OPEN SPACES

SITE ACCESS
C DESIGN STRATEGIES
Segregate human and vehicular circulation by
creating an internal green network and perimeter
service road

Encourage and diversify communal activities by


providing hierarchy of open spaces for active and
passive interactions

Design and maintain a safe and vibrant learning


environment that enhances the daily activities in the
university

Encourage pedestrian circulation within the university


in a comfortable walking distance (from faculties to
main facilities or vice versa )

MICROCOSM URBAN CONTEXT

BOULEVARDS GEOMETRY

ECOLOGICAL GRANDEUR

PLANNING DESIGN APPROACH


Vehicular circulation throughout the site takes the
form of a ring road, generally following the
boundary of the site. This ring road is accessed
by four separate points where the main access
point (grand entry) will be on the eastern edge
along Nooong Taio Loic 3. Numerous points
along the ring road are strategically designated
as drop-offs and parking area (covered & open)
to encourage comfortable walking distance to
individual faculty blocks.

VEHICULAR CIRCULATION
In Vietnam context, the nature of transportation for the
students are primarily motorbikes. There is therefore more
parking area will be allocated for such means of transport.
All parking, open or covered will be provided on the ring
road adjacent to each of the faculty blocks but facing the
gable end to minimize noise impact.

PARKING STRATEGY
While the main vehicle circulation is located at
the peripheral, they play an important role in
providing access to the site, linking to a network
of pedestrian walkways, which are designed to
be accessible by emergency vehicles as well.

FIRE ENGINE ACCESS


Circulation on site is laid out in hierarchical
manner. The access points to the site takes the
form of boulevards, that to celebrate grandeur ,
converges at the central of the university.

The core of the university will be the Campus


Green, which serves as the main communal
space, may it be for light recreation,
congregation of informal learning activities, or
for relaxation where students can lingers
around in a beautiful landscape decorated with
artificial ponds, floras, and connecting pavilions.

The bulk of the common facilities are situated


on the eastern side, flanking the forum and the
main entry, creating a gesture of grand
welcome into the campus. This together with
other buildings (faculty blocks, living quarters, &
auditorium) are tied together by layers of ring
circulation, from the perimeter ring road to the
pedestrian covered walkways within the
campus.

SPATIAL RELATIONSHIP
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1

HUBS
The pedestrian circulation network defines the
part of the university characteristics. At the
edge of the site, a sidewalk moves around the
site accompanied by the ring road to serve the
parking spaces provided at the edges of the
site. Boulevards were incorporated to define a
substantial link between the sidewalk and the
interior of the campus.

To the interior, the boulevards will connect


adjacent buildings to the Campus Green, the
core of the university. The core or the Campus
Green itself is an interconnected web where all
boulevards converge and at the same time it
connects various hubs (faculty blocks), facilities
and buildings via a generous covered
landscape corridor.

PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION
GREEN NETWORK
OPEN SPACES NETWORK
PLACE MAKING
SECTION A- A

SECTION B - B

SECTION C - C

SECTIONS
SECTION X- X

SECTION Y - Y

SECTION
ADMIN BLOCK concept
ADMIN BLOCK view from entry
ADMIN BLOCK view from campus green
TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN LEVEL ONE FLOOR PLAN SECTIONAL DIAGRAM

ADMIN BLOCK section & plan


FACULTY BLOCK view within the campus
FACULTY BLOCK view from the street
FACULTY HUB courtyard
Each faculty blocks will have its own
unique identity and accommodates 40
classrooms, 16 labs, 2 lecture theatres,
offices and other services. The number of
facilities may varies in different faculty
blocks pending on requirements. The
faculty blocks are laid in pairs to form a
hub, where in each hub, students share
certain facilities like the food outlet and
the common court. This spaces are
integral to provide the students with an
amenity that encourages congregation of
students for the sake of recreation,
studying and simple relaxation.

FACULTY BLOCK
LEVEL ONE FLOOR PLAN

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN

SECTIONAL DIAGRAM

FACULTY BLOCK typical section & plan


STREETSCAPE view from intersection
HOSPITALITY SCHOOL and the campus