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SCAP E ARCHITECTURE ALLEN (ZEWEN) YU 2014-2016


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CONTENT 06.

RESUME

16. WATER PARK DESIGN A Blending Corridor & Community Campus

COURTYARD DESIGN A Multifunctional Sculpture Plaza Design

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22. GHANA DESIGN/BUILD A Sustainable Backyard Design for Africa

34. SYRIAN COMMUNITY

A Special Community Design for 500 Syrian Refugees in Stillwater,OK

40. ITALY STREETSCAPE

A Urban streetscape design at a Italian historical town

46. CAD WORK

& VISUALIZATIONS


references: David Hocker, ASLA

Prinicipal at Hocker Design Group

david@hockerdesign.com

Michael Holmes

Program Director at Oklahoma State University

michael.holmes@okstate.edu

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EDUCATION BACKGROUND Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Ok

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SCAP E ARCHITECTURE

Aug, 2014- May, 2017 Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Class of 2017 The Honor Society of Sigma Lambda Alpha The Honor Society of Tau Sigma 2015 Dean’s Honor Roll 2016 President’s Honor Roll GPA 3.8/4.0

Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China

ALLEN YU 405-612-9449 zewen@okstate.edu 222 N. Duck St., Apt 105 Stillwater, Ok 74075

Professional Skills AUTO CAD 2015

MICROSOFT OFFICE

SKETCHUP PRO 2014

RHINO 5.0

Lumion

GIS

Aug, 2012- May, 2014 Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Dual Degree with Oklahoma State University School of Architecture Class of 2017 GPA 3.0/4.0

Honors & Scholarships

Central States ASLA Annual Award, Merit Award May, 2016 16-17 OSU HORT And LA Department Scholarship May, 2016 16-17 OSU Joseph Fleming Memorial Continuing Scholarship May, 2016 14-15 Semester President Honor Roll Dec, 2015 OK Chapter ASLA Annual Award, Honor Award (I-S, II-S) Oct, 2015 Architecture Society of China Annual Competition, Honor Award Sept, 2015 15-16 OSU HORT And LA Department Scholarship Aug, 2015 14-15 Semester Deans Honor Roll May, 2015 ASLA Oklahoma Chapter Annual Scholarship Mar, 2015 OSU Greenbacks for Green Career Scholarship Jan, 2015

Professional & Academic Experiences ASLA Student Advisory Committee, ASLA Board Student Representive Aug, 2016 - Now • Serving for a national committee formed by six Landscape architecture students nationwide • Working under ASLA Membership and Government Affairs department

Hocker Design Group

VRAY FOR SKETCHUP

ADOBE SUITE

WATERCOLOR

COLOR PENCIL

MARKER

SKETCH

Design Intern, Dallas, TX Jan, 2016 - Aug, 2016 • Constructed plans, sections and perspectives for projects using CAD, Photoshop, and Vray. • Attended site visits and helped drafting RFIs, punch lists & field repots, • Helped developing sets of Construction Documents at DD/CD level. • Developed new software (Skatter) for the office and gave tutorial lecture during office luncheon.

NKA Foundation

Summer Landscape Intern, Ejisu, Ghana May, 2015 Design & build a Mudhouse & a community garden in Ghana Collaborate with local labors, students from GSAPP, Columbia University and NKA Foundation

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Project Period: 2 weeks Studio 2: Site Design Scale: 1/2 Acre

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A Multifunctional Sculpture Courtyard

EXHIBITION COURTYARD DESIGN


PROJECT NARRATIVE Located in front of the Physical Sciences building, a busy and chaotic part of Oklahoma State University, Stillwater Campus. The site is a new plaza to incorporate a set of six glass sculptures made by Gorden Huether.

Taking into consideration that sculptures are made of glass, the concrete walls act as a simple background to emphasize the polychrome glass and to show the dynamic shadows cast by the sun hitting the colored glass.

The challenge is on the existing complex trail system and the chaotic parking lot. Students need a new plaza, capable of reorganizing the pedestrian flow into three different entrances toward the Physical Sciences building and to create a clear boundary between the plaza and the parking lot.

The result, incorporating these five concepts is defined as an Exhibition Wall System, a hybrid landscape which is a multilevel and multi-purpose space that can be used for visiting, studying, and performing within the space.

the design form provides accessible circulation, and clarify the different trails leading to the different entrances. Vertical elements are created to divide the site and integrate the new trail system. Trees and lights are incorporated to provide a dynamic shadow creating a unique view and experience of Gorden Huether’s art works. The placement of the trees, run parallel to the strips of concrete walls that run through the site, creating a variety of spatial experiences and seating opportunities.

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Sculpture Information

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Circulation

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Space occupation

Sculpture location

A Multifunctional Sculpture Courtyar

EXHIBITIO COURTYARD DESIGN


LEFT: Space and sculpture relationship TOP RIGHT: Sections a BOTTOM RIGHT: Sections b

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Synthetic Chemistry, showing the connection between of the cells, is used in the cross road to indicate the interact trail system. Photonics has a fluent texture, which will refract the light to provide the illumination of the event lawn.

Bioforensics, the most typical case of the sculptures, is settled in the entrance representing this sculpture courtyard.

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Biogeophysics has a pattern of a transittion from clam to dynamic, which can be the best case to show the exhibition.

Biodiversity, a great example of symmetrical, will show the aesthetics of balance.

Biophysics, the most dynamic one will be settled with biodiversity to show the contrast between balance and chaotic.


Space Arrangement

Wall Categories

Use sitting walls and regular 8’ walls to enclose the entrance area and block the noises from the existing parking lot.

Circulation Analysis Tall walls are settled tightly to each other to build a peaceful transition to clam down from the chaotic parking lot

The tour of the sculpture gallery starts after the first branch appeared while people walking in the alley.

When visitors arrive the end of the alley, they discovered a secret event lawn hiding behind the tall alley walls.

Illumination Analysis

This tall wall is built in glass to act as a background for the sculpture but also provide adequate transparency.

A quiet corner enclosed by sitting walls to hold the sculptures and clearify the courtyard boundary.

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A Multifunctional Sculpture Courtyar

EXHIBITIO COURTYARD DESIGN


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A Blending Corridor & Community Campus

RECREATION WATER PARK DESIGN Project Period: 4 Weeks Studio 3: Open Space and Recreation Scale: 20 Acres 16


PROJECT NARRATIVE Located west of Stillwater, the site is now comprised of 2 retention ponds, a recreational trail system, and a research center. To transform this natural prairie into a new landmark recreation park, which will target all residents, students, and athletes, a new coherent and integrated trail system will connect the new proposed feature elements. To give the new park enough activities to achieve client’s demands, 5 missions are developed on the site, Wellness mission, Social mission, Image mission, Environmental mission, and Educational mission. These goals turn out to be a business plaza, dining pavilion, food truck patio, recreation center and a running trail, which are integrated by a wooden ramp throughout the entire site. In the heart of the site, integrating the ramp and running trail, the main amphitheatre is designed as a threshold of the business plaza to provide most activities an appropriate stage. Also, the area above the water is designed as decks to create the possibility for visitors to explore and interact with the water body.

TOP: Existing Trail analysis BOTTOM: Landuse analysis

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ENLARGEMENT 1 AMPHITHEATER

ENLARGEMENT 2 RAMP

ENLARGEMENT 3 DINING PAVILLION

WATER PARK

RAMP

PAVILLION

RAMP SYSTEM LAYER PLAZA

STRUCTURUAL ELEMENTS LAYER

RUNNING TRAIL

BUFFER

SECONDARY DR.

MAIN ROAD

MAIN POND

NATURAL ELEMENTS LAYER

RECREATION

BASED MASTERPLAN LAYER

BASE MAP

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A Blending Corridor & Community Campu

RECREATIO WATER PARK DESIGN

Amphitheater perspective


pavillion perspective

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Project Period: 2 Weeks Independent Work Scale: 1000 Sq.Ft

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A Backyard & Community Park Design

DESIGN & BUILD WORKSHOP IN GHANA


Project Narrative Nka Foundation invites submissions of creative projects throughout the year in Abetenim, Central Ghana. The sustainable development includes our cooperative structure, maximum use of local resources, and openness to international participation for technology transfer by their works with the younger generations in the communities we are a part. Thus, we have an open door to the multiplicity of expressions in the arts from around the world. As an addition to the Sankufa Community center, A community park is built to provide villagers an opportunity for resting, interacting, and performing. Holding only 200 dollars budget, the park is mainly around design with local recyclable materials like bamboos and stones. To solving the drainage issue in the raining season, the site topography is changed slightly and the red clay layer is replaced with higher infiltration rated black soil. A verity of plants are also incorporated to provide more shades outdoors, create outdoor activity opportunities and prevent erosion on the naked earth.

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Local texture moodboard

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LEFT TOP: Existing drainage issue LEFT BOTTOM: Grading design diagram RIGHT: Permeable pavement diagram

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2.5’

5’

10’

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B

A 20’


LEFT: Master Plan MIDDLE: Sections A RIGHT: Sections B 27


A Backyard & Community Park Design

DESIGN & BUIL WORKSHOP IN GHAN 28

STEP 1

Collect Stones

STEP 2

Transfer Stones

STEP 3

Make Frame

STEP 4

Pour Foundation

STEP 5

Arrange Stones

STEP 6

Finish Table Top


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Project Period: 3 Weeks Studio 4: Eco & Community Design Scale: 100 Acres

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A ecological community design for 500 Syrian Refugee in America

INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE CRISIS STILLWATER 1%


PROJECT NARRATIVE The escalating Syrian civil war has caused over 4 million Syrian refugees to flee their homeland. A large percentage of them are children. In this design, City of Stillwater is taking in 1% of tehir population, 500 refugees and providing them a designed communities for a three-year period.

In this design, based on the large family size of Syrian refugees, 60 high density single family housing units are developed as major housing type, two modern apartment towers with commercial use and shopping mall at the lower level will also provide residential opportunities to single people and young adults. Making sure the refugees can get food, education and employment, a language school, a shopping area, a clinic, and a series of agriculture based structure are developed on site.

The green houses, the cropland and orchards are designed near a natural swell in order to reuse the stormwater for irrigation. A farmers market is also designed near the entrance allowing refugees to sell their products. In order to achieve a harmonious environment between the proposed community and nature, all the housing are settled in the core of the site. The riparian buffer has been widened acting as a corridor to connect wildlife patches.

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Shading structure

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Wetland restore

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Farmers market

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A streetscape & sunken piazza design in a Italian historical urban township content

ITALIAN HISTROIC TOWNSHIP RENOVATION

Project Period: 3 Weeks Studio 5: Urban Design Scale: 5 Acres


PROJECT NARRATIVE Located in a troditional historical Italian town, Rivarolo Canavese, trying to connect a new proposed community center to the urban texture and better solve the existing chaotic pedestrain experience, The master-plan attempts to control pedestrian and vehicular traffic in response to the dangerous condition involving the Via San Francesco D’Assissi. a curving street with almost nonexistent sidewalks. Due to its proximity to the elementary school, a blindcurve is created as the road is obscured by the building mass. This ‘solution facilitates safe access to the elementary school by treating the road as a bridge.

LEFT: RIGHT:

harm to pedestrians is averted by isolating vehicular traffic in a solitary realm. The presences of vehicles is removed from the general setting of the plaza; this allows pedestrians to participate in activities unfettered by many of the inconveniences associated with the necessity of sharing urban spaces with automobiles.By forcing pedestrian activities underground isolated with the groundlevel vihicular bridge, people have more possibilities to enjoy undisterbued safe pedestrian experience.Open up the ceiling to provide sunlight, ventilationand and greenspace to the underground piazza and provide a less restrianed experience.

Existing Site Inventory Existing Street Condition

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Section A-A

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Section B-B


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LEGEND 1.Parking lot 2.Garage ramp 3.Event lawn 4.Stained glass light 5.Historical wall 6.Plaza 7.Emphitheater

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8.Overlook 9.Grate sidewalk 10.Church entrance plaza 11.Hexagon sidewalk 12.Vehicular bridge 13.Proposed building 14.Terraced plaza

Section C-C

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2 1 14 B. subground plzza

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A. parking garage

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LEGEND 1.Garage 2.Planting bed 3.Sloped green space 4.Bamboo Planting 5.Ornamental trees 6.Plaza (concrete) 7.Terraced wood plaza

8.Waterfeature 9.Plaza (hexagon paver) 10.Pedestrain ramp 11.Mown grass path 12.Bio-swale 13.Sloped wood platform 14.Green wall

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C. bio-swale

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Collection of CAD File & Construction Details

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT


Legend

DEMOLITION KEYED NOTES:

CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY & MARK ALL EXISTING CONDITIONS PRIOR TO BID AND/OR WORK COMMENCEMENT. CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE, RELOCATE AND/OR REMOVE ALL ITEMS NOT NOTED/INVENTORIED TO ACHIEVE DESIGN INTENT OF DRAWINGS UNLESS DIRECTED OTHERWISE. CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY ALL ITEMS TO BE REMOVED, SALVAGED AND/OR PROVIDED (TO CITY) WITH DENTON COUNTY.

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CONTRACTOR TO REMOVE ALL MATERIAL TO BE DEMOLISHED OFF-SITE.

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CONTRACTOR TO REMOVE ALL EXISTING CONCRETE, ASPHALTIC, TIMBER, METAL AND SO ON FLAT & FORMWORK WITH SAW-CUTS FOR CLEAN DEMOLITION BREAKS.

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CONTRACTOR TO PROTECT ALL EXISTING UTILITIES.

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CONTRACTOR TO PROTECT ALL EXISTING TREES AS NOTED IN TREE PROTECTION PLAN, REFER TO TREE PROTECTION NOTES FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

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REFERENCE DEMOLITION PLAN FOR SPECIFIC NOTES, LAYOUT AND DIMENSIONS FOR PROPOSED WORK AND DEMOLITION COORDINATION.

3.

EXISTING TREE TO BE REMOVED

ROOT ZONES IMPACTED BY CONSTRUCTION: ROOT PRUNE EXISTING TREES AS NEEDED PER ARBORIST'S RECOMMENDATIONS. RE: L3.01 FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION

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PROPERTY LINE

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SAWCUT LINE

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NEW HOUSE FOOTPRINT, RE: ARCH.

*NOTE: ANY TREE PRUNING MUST HAVE PRIOR APPROVAL BY LANDSCAPE DESIGNER. REFER TO PLANTING PLAN FOR PLANT DEMO.

REMOVE EXISTING HARDSCAPE

EXISTING TREES REFER TO SURVEY FOR EXACT LOCATION

REMOVE EXISTING VEGETATION

CHAINLINK FENCING RE: B/L1.00

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TREE PROTECTION CHAIN LINK FENCING, RE: B/L0.01

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EXISTING DRIVE TO REMAIN DURING CONSTRUCTION FOR ACCESS.

6" MIN. THICK MULCH TREE PROTECTION

VARIES; MINIMUM OFFSET TO EDGE OF CANOPY UNLESS L.A. SPECIFIES OTHERWISE

12" THICK, 12' WIDE MULCH ACCESS ROAD

PROTECTIVE PLANKING AND STRAPPING AS NEEDED

TRENCH LINE FOR ROOT PRUNING

72" HT. CHAINLINK, FENCE ALONG OUTSIDE DRIPLINE EDGE FOR FORESTED AREAS TO BE PROTECTED WHERE NECESSARY.

SAWCUT LINE FOR DEMOLITION

6" SHREDDED HARDWOOD MULCH LAYER

12. REMOVE HARDSCAPE STRUCTURES 13. REMOVE EXISTING VEGETATION

EXISTING GRADE

GRADES/ELEVATIONS UNDER EXISTING TREES SHALL REMAIN UNDISTURBED. DO NOT PLACE FILL MATERIAL UNDER THE DRIPLINE FOR ANY LENGTH OF TIME. MAKE SURE CHANGES IN ADJACENT GRADES HAVE PROVISIONS TO CARRY MOISTURE AWAY FROM THE TREE. RE: DEMOLITION & TREE PRESERVATION PLAN FOR EXTENT OF PROTECTION AT EACH TREE. CONTRACTOR TO NOTIFY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE IF TREE PROTECTION INTERFERES WITH CONSTRUCTION PROCESS AND/OR STAGING.

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EQUIPMENT CLEANING / LIQUID DISPOSAL - NO EQUIPMENT MAY BE CLEANED, TOXIC SOLUTIONS, OR OTHER LIQUID CHEMICALS SHALL BE DEPOSITED NEAR OR WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE DRIPLINE OF A TREE. THIS WOULD INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO PAINT, OIL, SOLVENTS, ASPHALT, CONCRETE, MORTAR, PRIMERS, FUEL, ETC.

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UNDISTURBED SUB-GRADE

DETAIL: TREE PRESERVATION |

Architect

3500 Oakmont Blvd, Suite 101 Austin, TX 78731 Tel: (512) 382-7938

1/2" = 1'-0"

Owner

Tim Gehan

1400 S. Sherman, Suite 214 Richardson, TX 75081

Contractor

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Sebastian Construction Group

4809 Cole Ave, Suite 215 Dallas, TX 75205 Tel: (214) 528-4130

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Structural Engineer

Architectural Engineers Collaborative

3800 N. Lamar, Suite 330 Austin, TX 78756 Tel: (512) 472-2111

TREE ATTACHMENTS - NO SIGNS, WIRES OR OTHER ATTACHMENTS, OTHER THAN THOSE OF A PROTECTIVE NATURE SHALL BE ATTACHED TO ANY TREE.

Structural Engineer (Water Feature)

Stantec

BORING OF UTILITIES - MAY BE PERMITTED UNDER PROTECTED TREES IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES. THE MINIMUM LENGTH OF THE BORE SHALL BE THE WIDTH OF THE TREE'S CANOPY AND SHALL BE A MINIMUM DEPTH OF FORTY EIGHT (48") INCHES.

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TRENCHING - UTILITY & IRRIGATION CONTRACTOR SHALL EXERCISE CAUTION WHEN TRENCHING AROUND EXISTING TREES. HAND-DIG OR AIR SPADE ALL TRENCHES WITHIN CANOPY OF TREE. ALL TRENCHING TO BE DONE AT RADIAL INCREMENTS TO TREE TRUNK TO AVOID CROSS-CUTTING STRUCTURAL FEEDER ROOTS. CONTRACTOR TO NOTIFY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT & CERTIFIED TREE ARBORIST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF ALL TRENCHING WITHIN A PROTECTED TREES DRIPZONE. PROTECTIVE FENCING - ALL TREES AS NOTED ON DRAWINGS TO REMAIN, SHALL HAVE PROTECTIVE FENCING LOCATED AT THE TREE'S DRIP LINE AS SHOWN ON PLAN. THE PROTECTIVE FENCING SHALL BE 72" TALL CHAINLINK UNLESS ALTERNATE METHOD IS APPROVED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT. THE PROTECTIVE FENCING WILL BE LOCATED AS INDICATED ON THE DEMOLITION PLAN(S). REFER TO TREE PROTECTION DETAIL(S).

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BARK PROTECTION - IN SITUATIONS WHERE A TREE REMAINS IN THE IMMEDIATE AREA OF INTENDED CONSTRUCTION, THE TREE SHALL BE PROTECTED BY FIRST WRAPPING THE ENTIRE CIRCUMFERENCE OF THE TRUNK WITH BURLAP, THEN, ENCLOSING THE ENTIRE CIRCUMFERENCE OF THE TREE'S TRUNK WITH LUMBER ENCIRCLED WITH WIRE OR OTHER MEANS THAT DOES NOT DAMAGE THE TREE. REFER TO TREE PROTECTION DETAIL(S).

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CONSTRUCTION PRUNING - IN A CASE WHERE A LOW HANGING LIMB IS BROKEN DURING THE COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY. IN NO INSTANCE SHALL THE CONTRACTOR PRUNE ANY PORTION OF THE DAMAGED TREE WITHOUT PRIOR APPROVAL BY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT.

5310 Harvest Road, Suite 100 Dallas, TX 75230 Tel: (972) 991-0011

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VEHICULAR TRAFFIC - NO VEHICULAR AND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT TRAFFIC OR PARKING IS ALLOWED WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE DRIPLINE OF TREES. WHERE CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES MUST TAKE PLACE WITHIN THE DRIPLINE OF THE TREE, PLACE A FOUR INCH (6") LAYER OF SHREDDED HARDWOOD MULCH TO CUSHION PEDESTRIAN AND CONSTRUCTION TRAFFIC.

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10.

EXISTING TREE TO REMAIN, PROTECT DURING DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION WITH CHAIN LINK FENCING, RE: B/L0.01, TYP.

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IF ANY ROOT STRUCTURE IS DAMAGED DURING ADJACENT EXCAVATION/CONSTRUCTION, NOTIFY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY. IF A MAJOR ROOT OR GROUP OF ROOTS IS ENCOUNTERED DURING EXCAVATION, A LICENSED ARBORIST SHALL BE SECURED FOR RECOMMENDATIONS CONCERNING PRUNING AND/OR BRIDGING THE ROOT(S), ETC.

MATERIAL STORAGE - NO MATERIALS INTENDED FOR USE IN CONSTRUCTION OR WASTE MATERIALS ACCUMULATED DUE TO EXCAVATION OR DEMOLITION SHALL BE PLACED WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE DRIPLINE OF ANY TREE.

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3.

11. HARDWOOD MULCH ROAD FOR CONSTRUCTION ACCESS. 12" THICK.

EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN SHALL BE PROTECTED DURING CONSTRUCTION FROM TREE STRUCTURE DAMAGE AND COMPACTION OF SOIL UNDER AND AROUND DRIPLINE (CANOPY) OF TREE.

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EXISTING TREE TO REMAIN, PROTECT IN PLACE.

DRIPLINE (TYP.)

2.

REMOVE EXISTING TREE

10. REMOVE EXISTING CONCRETE CURB AT GRAVEL DRIVE

TREE PROTECTION NOTES: 1.

REMOVE EXISTING PAVING, TYP.

2.

DRIPLINE (TYP.)

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3.

LEGEND:

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VARIES.

DEMOLITION NOTES: 1.

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Landscape Architect

Hocker Design Group 918 Dragon Street Dallas, TX 75207 Tel: (214) 915-0910

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Lighting Designer

Douglas | Architectural | Lighting LLC

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9901 Wood Forest Drive Dallas, TX 75243 Tel: (972) 207-6998

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Mechanical Engineer

E.D. Miller Service Company

AeccDbNoteLabel (AeccLand90)

9736 Brockbank Drive Dallas, TX 75220 Tel: (214) 351-6171

MITIGATION CALCULATIONS 302 CALIPER INCHES TO BE MITIGATED 568 CALIPER INCHES TO BE PRESERVED

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CALIPER INCHES ADDED: X CALIPER INCHES *RE: L5.01 & L5.02 FOR NEW TREE PLANTING & "CALIPER INCHES PROVIDED" CALCULATIONS.

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Keyplan

ARBORIST CONTACT :

Issue

PERMIT / BID SET

PRESERVATION TREE SCOTT DAHLBERG 214.753.4857 CS@PRESERVATIONTREE.COM

06/27/16

Project

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Gehan Residence

4644 Miron Drive Dallas, TX 75220

Title

Tree Protection & Demolition Plan

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NORTH Date

A

TREE PROTECTION & DEMOLITION PLAN

1" = 20'-0"

06/27/16 Scale

1" = 20'-0" Sheet

L1.00

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PLANT LEGEND & KEY

NOTES: 1.

CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT UTILITY LOCATOR SERVICES AND LOCATE UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION.

2.

CONTRACTOR SHALL STAKE ALL TREE AND LARGE SHRUB LOCATIONS FOR APPROVAL BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO BEGINNING WORK.

3.

CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT OF ANY DISCREPANCIES THAT ARISE DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL ASSUME LIABILITY FOR DEMOLITION AND REINSTALLATION OF WORK IF FAILURE TO MAKE SUCH DISCREPANCIES KNOWN TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT RESULT IN REJECTION OF WORK INCOMPLIANT WITH DESIGN INTENT.

4.

FINAL LOCATION OF PLANT MATERIAL IS SUBJECT TO REVIEW AND APPROVAL BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT.

5.

CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF COMMENCEMENT OF WORK TO COORDINATE PROJECT INSPECTION SCHEDULE.

6.

SEE DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR STAKING METHODS, PLANT PIT DIMENSIONS AND BACKFILL REQUIREMENTS.

7.

ALL AREAS SHALL HAVE 4" OF TOPSOIL, FREE OF DEBRIS, STONES, WEEDS, OR GRASSES.

8.

ALL LANDSCAPE AREAS SHALL RECEIVE IRRIGATION.

9.

ALL PLANT MATERIALS TO BE MAINTAINED IN NEAT MANNER. ANY PLANT MATERIAL LOSS SHALL BE REPLACED WITHIN 90 DAYS.

KEY

PLANT QUANTITY

SYMBOL

COMMON NAME BOTANICAL NAME

CEDAR ELM Ulmus crassifolia

T2

6

MESQUITE Prosopis glandulosa

T3

5

MESQUITE Prosopis glandulosa MESQUITE Prosopis glandulosa

T4

5

T5

16

CHINESE PARASOL TREE Firmiana simplex

11. REFER TO PLANTING DETAILS ON SHEET L4.01 FOR PLANTING TECHNIQUES. 12. ALL PLANT MATERIAL TO BE APPROVED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT FOLLOWING DELIVERY TO PROJECT SITE AND PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.

COMMON NAME BOTANICAL NAME

KEY

1

DESERT SOTOL Dasylirion wheeleri

S2

U6

1

WHALE'S TONGUE AGAVE Agave ovatifolia

U7

1

SPINELESS PRICKLY PEAR Opuntia ellisiana 'Griffiths' DWARF PALMETTO Sabal Minor

SYMBOL

U8

1

U9

664 S.F.

CHINESE INDIGO Indigofera kirilowii

U10

664 S.F.

LIMELIGHT HYDRANGEA Hydrangea paniculata

1

POND CYPRESS Taxodium ascendens

T7

1

SLENDER SILHOUETTE SWEETGUM Liquidambar styraciflua 'Slender silhouette'

S1

4,946 S.F.

T8

1

BRODIE JUNIPER Juniperus virginiana 'Brodie'

S1

4,946 S.F.

BLOND AMBITION BLUE GRAMA Bouteloua gracilis 'Blond Ambition'

S1

4,946 S.F.

BLACKFOOT DAISY Melampodium leucanthum

S2

664 S.F.

CAST IRON PLANT Aspidistra elatior

S2

4,946 S.F.

DIXIE WOODFERN Dryopteris x australis

S2

4,946 S.F.

SOUTHERN WOODFERN Thelypteris kunthii

T6

U1

1

JAPANESE MAPLE 'EMPEROR I' Acer palmatum 'Wolff' JAPANESE MAPLE 'PAPERBARK' Acer griseum 'Paperbark'

U2

1

U3

102

U4

1

HENON BAMBOO Phyllostachys negra 'Henon' BEAKED YUCCA Yucca rostrata

▲ LX.02

13. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT WITH IRRIGATION SHOP DRAWINGS FOR APPROVAL.

▼ LX.01

14. ALL TREES SHALL COMPLY WITH THE LATEST AMENDED EDITION OF THE "AMERICAN NURSERY ASSOCIATION - RECOMMENDED TREE SPECIFICATIONS."

PLANT QUANTITY

SYMBOL

COMMON NAME BOTANICAL NAME

4,946 S.F.

MAIRIS'S HARDY MAIDENHAIR FERN Adiantum x mairisii

G1

3,134 S.F.

DICHONDRA Dichondra

G2

6,110 S.F.

ZOYSIA (MOWN)

GROUNDCOVER

ZOYSIA (UNMOWN)

G3

815 S.F.

G4

4,946 S.F.

THUNDERTURF

G5

4,946 S.F.

BERKELEY SEDGE Carex divulsa

ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

UNDERSTORY TREES & SHRUBS

10. ROUGH AND FINE GRADING ISSUES SHALL BE THOROUGHLY COORDINATED BETWEEN LANDSCAPE AND GENERAL CONTRACTORS WITH APPROVAL BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF PLANTING.

PLANT QUANTITY

U5

KEY

TREES 6

T1

918 Dragon Street p 214.546.7477

VINES

BLACK-EYED SUSAN Rudbeckia hirta

EVERGREEN CLEMATIS Clematis armandii

V1

WISTERIA Wisteria sinensis

V2

V3

BOSTON IVY 'GREEN SHOWERS' Parthenocissus tricuspidata

V4

FIG IVY Ficus pumila

V5

ENGLISH IVY Hedera helix

MATCHLINE

▲ LX.02 ▼ LX.01

MATCHLINE

Dallas, TX 75207 f 214.915.0901

Architect alterstudio 1403 Rio Grande Austin, Texas, 78701 p 512.499.8007

PLANS PROVIDED BY HOCKER DESIGN GROUP SHOW ONLY THE DESIGN INTENT. AS PER OUR CONTRACT, IT IS THE CLIENT'S RESPONSIBILITY TO PROVIDE STRUCTURAL (FOUNDATION TO BE DESIGNED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SOIL REPORT PROVIDED BY CLIENT) AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONSTRUCTION AND SERVICES ARE LIMITED TO INCLUDE THE DOCUMENTS HERE-IN ONLY. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE NECESSARY MATERIAL AND FINISH INFORMATION THAT IS NOT PROVIDED IN CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. HOCKER DESIGN GROUP IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR FIELD CONSTRUCTION METHODS OR QUALITY OF CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL CONTRACTOR IS TO NOTIFY HOCKER DESIGN GROUP OF ANY DISCREPANCIES WITHIN THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS.

MATCHLINE

T4

MATCHLINE

15. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR QUANTIFYING OR VERIFYING PROVIDED QUANTITIES OF ALL ELEMENTS SHOWN IN THE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS.

T4

T1

3708 Lexington Avenue, Highland Park, Texas 75205

T3

Pinnell Residence

T4 T3

T3

T3

G2 T3

S3

T1

T1

G2 EXISTING MAGNOLIAS TO REMAIN S3

T2

G1 S3

T2

Issue/Revisions: 01 CD Check Set 02 Pool Bid Set 03 Rev. Pool Set 04 Rev. Pool Set 05 Review Set 06 Bid Set

T1

T2 T2

T1

09.18.2015 02.26.2016 04.25.2016 05.10.2016 05.12.2016

NOT

T2

for regulatory approval, permitting or construction.

T2

NOT FOR: REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMITTING, OR CONSTRUCTION THIS DRAWING(S) AND INFORMATION ARE THE PROPERTY OF HOCKER DESIGN GROUP. THE DRAWING(S) OR INFORMATION DEPICTED SHALL NOT BE REPRODUCED OR USED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION OF HOCKER DESIGN GROUP.

Planting Plan A PLANTING PLAN

1/8"=1'-0" NORTH

EQUAL

SPACING PER PLAN

DO NOT PLACE MULCH OR SOIL AT BASE OF SHRUB/PERENNIAL/GRASS AND SO ON.

1/2" SCALE

GRID SHRUB LAYOUT

STEEL EDGING. SET MAX. HEIGHT 41" ABOVE ADJACENT FINISH SURFACE.

EQUAL PLANTING SOIL MIX. RE: LANDSCAPE SPECIFICATIONS

EQUAL EQUAL

PLANTING OR MULCHED AREA

3"

3" MULCH LAYER. SET ON MIRAFI 140N FILTER FABRIC LAYER. RE: LANDSCAPE SPECIFICATIONS

VARIES

EQUAL

2" CRUSHED AGGREGATE LAYER. RE: B.1/L3.20 FOR DETAIL INFORMATION

1'-6"

EQUAL

CRUSHED AGGREGATE AREA

GROUNDCOVER PLANTING, TYP.

MAX.

TRIANGULAR SHRUB LAYOUT

3/16"X5" STEEL EDGING; COLOR BLACK.

918 Dragon Street p 214.546.7477

12" LONG STEEL STAKE LOCATED ON PLANTING BED SIDE; BLACK PAINTED FINISH

BED PREP |

NTS

A.2 DETAIL: TYPICAL PLANTING LAYOUT

|

1/2" = 1'-0" DETAIL: STEEL EDGING

|

3" = 1'-0"

GENERAL NOTES:

2. 3.

4.

PLANS PROVIDED BY HOCKER DESIGN GROUP SHOW ONLY THE DESIGN INTENT. AS PER OUR CONTRACT, IT IS THE CLIENT'S RESPONSIBILITY TO PROVIDE STRUCTURAL (FOUNDATION TO BE DESIGNED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SOIL REPORT PROVIDED BY CLIENT) AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONSTRUCTION AND SERVICES ARE LIMITED TO INCLUDE THE DOCUMENTS HERE-IN ONLY. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE NECESSARY MATERIAL AND FINISH INFORMATION THAT IS NOT PROVIDED IN CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. HOCKER DESIGN GROUP IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR FIELD CONSTRUCTION METHODS OR QUALITY OF CONSTRUCTION. GENERAL CONTRACTOR IS TO NOTIFY HOCKER DESIGN GROUP OF ANY DISCREPANCIES WITHIN THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS.

PROTECT ALL TREE BRANCHES FROM DAMAGE DURING PLANTING. TREE TAG SHALL BE REMOVED AT SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION. PERFORM PERCOLATION TEST FOR EACH TREE PIT. PROVIDE GRAVEL SUMP, FILTER FABRIC & STAND PIPE IF DRAINAGE DOES NOT OCCUR WITHIN 24 HRS. JUTE MESH EROSION CONTROL FABRIC SECURED W/ 6" STEEL LANDSCAPE STAPLES ON SLOPES EXCEEDING 3:1. MESH SHALL BE PLACED OVER SOIL PRIOR TO PLANTING & DRIP IRRIGATION INSTALLATION. REFER TO B/L5.11 FOR TREE PLANTED IN CRUSHED AGGREGATE CONDITION.

3708 Lexington Avenue, Highland Park, Texas 75205

1.

TREE SAUCER SHALL BE GRADED FROM EDGE OF TREE PIT OUTWARD UNTIL A SMOOTH TRANSITION IS ACHIEVED. ALL TREE SAUCERS TO BE APPROVED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT AFTER INSTALLATION. PLACE ROOTBALL ON COMPACT, NATIVE SOIL W/ 5% FALL AWAY FROM ROOTBALL, TYP.

TREE SAUCER SHALL BE GRADED FROM EDGE OF TREE PIT OUTWARD UNTIL A SMOOTH TRANSITION IS ACHIEVED. ALL TREE SAUCERS TO BE APPROVED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT AFTER INSTALLATION.

TOP OF ROOTBALL CROWN TO BE 2" ABOVE FINISHED GRADE. DO NOT COVER WITH SOIL OR MULCH. 3" MULCH TO OUTSIDE EDGE OF WATERING RING. RE: LANDSCAPE SPECS.

COVER TOP OF ROOTBALL CROWN W/ CRUSHED AGGREGATE, TYP.

TOP 31 OF BACKFILL TO BE 20% COMPOST MIX AND 80% NATIVE SOIL

2" CRUSHED AGGREGATE LAYER. COMPACT LIGHTLY IN 1" LIFTS, TYP. TOP DRESS W/ 21" SCREENED AGGREGATE LAYER, TYP.RE: L3.01 FOR CRUSHED AGG. INFORMATION.

BOTTOM 32 OF BACKFILL TO BE 100% NATIVE SOIL

SCARIFY SIDES AND BOTTOM OF PIT

FILTER FABRIC, TYP. SET 12" UP SIDE OF PIT.

UNDISTURBED NATIVE SOIL

SCARIFY SIDES AND BOTTOM OF PIT

REMOVE BURLAP MATERIAL FROM TOP OF ROOT BALL AND BEND BACK WIRE BASKET. REMOVE BINDING FROM TRUNK AND EXPOSE TOP OF ROOT BALL.

UNDISTURBED NATIVE SOIL

3X ROOTBALL DIAMETER

48

DETAIL: TREE PLANTED IN CRUSHED AGGREGATE CONDITION

VARIES PER TREE

FILTER FABRIC, TYP. SET 12" UP SIDE OF PIT.

RE: B/L5.10 FOR TREE STAKING INFORMATION.

|

1/2" = 1'-0"

3X ROOTBALL DIAMETER

DETAIL: TREE STAKING WITH SUMP

Issue/Revisions: 01 CD Check Set 02 Pool Bid Set 03 Rev. Pool Set 04 Rev. Pool Set 05 Review Set 06 Bid Set

09.18.2015 02.26.2016 04.25.2016 05.10.2016 05.12.2016

NOT

for regulatory approval, permitting or construction.

NOT FOR: REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMITTING, OR CONSTRUCTION THIS DRAWING(S) AND INFORMATION ARE THE PROPERTY OF HOCKER DESIGN GROUP. THE DRAWING(S) OR INFORMATION DEPICTED SHALL NOT BE REPRODUCED OR USED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION OF HOCKER DESIGN GROUP.

Planting Details

PORTION OF STANDPIPE IN MIN. 36" LAYER OF CRUSHED ROCK TO BE PERFORATED

D

MIN. 36"

BOTTOM 32 OF BACKFILL TO BE 100% NATIVE SOIL

3"

"ORIGINAL TREE STRAP" OR EQUIVALENT FASTENED TO (X3) LODGE POLES/TREE, TYP. SET MIN. 48" ABOVE F.G.

TOP 31 OF BACKFILL TO BE 20% COMPOST MIX AND 80% NATIVE SOIL

B

Pinnell Residence

4" PVC STANDPIPE CLASS 200 WITH PAINTED CAP. DRILL 58" Ø HOLE IN CAP FOR REMOVAL. TOP OF PVC STANDPIPE TO BE FLUSH WITH FINISH MULCH LEVEL.

STANDPIPE, RE: A/L5.20

Dallas, TX 75207 f 214.915.0901

Architect alterstudio 1403 Rio Grande Austin, Texas, 78701 p 512.499.8007

MULCH LAYER

UNDISTURBED, NATIVE SOIL

A.1 PLAN: TYPICAL PLANTING LAYOUT

L5.01

1 4"

VARIES

EQUAL

ROTOTILL OR SPADE BED AT FINISHED GRADE TO A DEPTH OF 6" TO 18" INCHES, ADD SOIL MIXTURE TO BRING BED TO 2" ABOVE FINISH GRADE. ADD WATER TO SETTLE MIXTURE TO APPROX. 1" ABOVE FINISH GRADE. (FOR LARGER ROOT BALLS, MAKE DEPTH MINIMUM 4" DEEPER THAN BALL).

|

1/2" = 1'-0"

L5.10


CL

48'-521" TOTAL RAILING PANEL LENGTH

3 4"

3 4"

48'-4" TOTAL BRIDGE LENGTH

STEEL RAILING, RE: B/L3.22 FOR DETAIL INFORMATION.

1 2"

4'-0" TYP.

918 Dragon Street Dallas, TX 75207 p 214.915.0910

C/L3.22

MATCH LINE: RAISED WALKWAY A/L3.21

FLATSAWN CEDAR BRIDGE, RE:B/L3.22 FOR DETAIL INFORMATION.

TYP.

6" TYP. 4'-0" TYP.

PIVOT GATE, RE: A/L3.22 FOR DETAIL INFORMATION.

6'-221"TO CREEK FLOWLINE, RE: SURVEY FOR EXISTING GRADING

1 2"

B L3.22

SECTION: BRIDGE AT CREEK |

3/8" = 1'-0"

12'-241"

49'-234" TOTAL CANOPY LENGTH 2'-541"

44'-634" TOTAL WALKWAY LENGTH 10"

CANOPY BEYOND. FOR TRELLIS DETAILS INFORMATION, RE D/L3.23.

1'-021"

2'-234"

42'-8"

C L3.21

CL

CL 3 4"

Denton County, Texas

B

Masterplan: Phase 2

RE: SURVEY FOR CREEK GRADING INFORMATION.

BRIDGE ABUTTMENT; RE: C/3.22

12780 Hilltop Road

CONCRETE PIER. RE: C/L3.23.

PIVOT GATE, FOR DETAIL INFORMATION, RE: A/L3.22. Issue/Revisions: 01 Issue for Pricing

FLATSAWN CEDAR WALKWAY, FOR DETAIL INFORMATION, RE:B/L3.24.

10.xx.2015

PAVER LIGHT VEHICULAR APPLICATION, RE: B.1/L3.20 FOR DETAIL INFORMATION, TYP. 12" DRAIN BASIN BY NDS. TIE 6" SOLID DRAIN LINE TO CIVIL DRAIN SYSTEM. RE: L2.01 FOR LANDSCAPE DRAINAGE LAYOUT, TYP. CONCRETE PIER. RE: C/L3.23.

A

MATCH LINE: RAISED WALKWAY A/L3.22

SUBGRADE

SECTION: RAISED WALKWAY AT SUNKEN GARDEN |

3/8" = 1'-0"

THIS DRAWING(S) AND INFORMATION ARE THE PROPERTY OF HOCKER DESIGN GROUP. THE DRAWING(S) OR INFORMATION DEPICTED SHALL NOT BE REPRODUCED OR USED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION OF HOCKER DESIGN GROUP.

Hardscape Details

L3.21

BID NOTES 1.

SHOVEL CUT EDGE CONDITION REQUIRED FOR ALL CRUSHED AGGREGATE PATHS, PEDESTRIAN APPLICATION THAT DO NOT HAVE STEEL EDGING INDICATED IN HARDSCAPE PLAN(S). BID NOTES 1.

CRUSHED AGGREGATE AREA

CRUSHED AGGREGATE LAYER. RE: B.1/L03.20 FOR DETAIL INFORMATION.

3"= 1'-0"

VARIES; 18" - 22"

MOW STRIP. RE: L5.0X

CRUSHED AGGREGATE SURFACE. RE: B.1/L3.20 FOR DETAIL INFORMATION

734"

3"

12" LAYER ROAD BASE, HEAVY COMPACTION, TYP.

2'-0" 2"

1/4"X5" STEEL EDGING; GALVANIZED FINISH. 12" LONG STEEL STAKE LOCATED ON PLANTING BED SIDE; BLACK PAINTED FINISH

VARIES

1'-0"

MIRAFI 140N FILTER FABRIC 3" LAYER FLEX BASE COMPACT IN 1 1/2" LIFTS, TYP. 3/8" TO 3/4" CRUSHED, RECYCLED CONCRETE OR APPROVED EQUIVALENT.

SAWN

2" LAYER DECOMPOSED GRANITE LEVELING BED, TYP.

134"

1% CROWN IN PATHWAY TYP.

VARIES

ROUGHBACK

CL

ROUGHBACK

SAWN

SHOVEL CUT EDGE. REFER TO LANDSCAPE SPECIFICATIONS

BED PREP

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

Masterplan: Phase 2

3"

MULCH LAYER

12780 Hilltop Road

3" LAYER CRUSHED AGGREGATE. COLOR: "SILVERMIST". 3/8" TO DUST CRUSHED AGGREGATE SET IN 1 1/2" LIFTS, TYP. CROWN SLIGHTLY @ CENTERLINE OF PATHWAY. REFER TO HARDSCAPE PLAN FOR PATHWAY WIDTH.

PLANTING OR MULCHED AREA

MAX.

4" DETAIL: SHOVEL CUT EDGE |

918 Dragon Street Dallas, TX 75207 p 214.915.0910

SOLID LUEDERS LIMESTONE BLOCK W/ NATURAL CHARCOAL COLORATION. ROUGH BACK FINISH ON (2) FACES W/ SAWCUT TOP, BOTTOM & SIDES, TYP. ALIGN TOP & OUTSIDE FACE OF BLOCKS, TYP.

1 4"

3"

F

SOURCE: CONTINENTAL CUT STONE (254)793-2329.

LAWN AREA. RE: L2.1X FOR TOP & BOTTOM OF WALL GRADES & L5.1X FOR PLANTING INFORMATION.

CRUSHED AGGREGATE PATHWAY.

NATIVE SOIL

E

DETAIL: CRUSHED AGGREGATE PATHWAY

|

3/4"= 1'-0"

D

DETAIL: DOUBLE COURSE LIMESTONE BLOCK RETAINING WALL

|

C

3/4" = 1'-0"

DETAIL: STEEL EDGING

|

3" = 1'-0"

NOTE: 1. PAVERS SET IN SAILOR COURSE IN RUNNING BOND PATTERN. 2. OVERSEED PAVER AREA W/ DICHONDRA, TYP.

VEHICULAR APPLICATION CRUSHED AGGREGATE SURFACE. 4" THICK, 38" MINUS GRAY "SILVERMIST" AGGREGATE TOP LAYER.

4"X8"X2 38" THICK TUMBLED "HACKETT" COBBLESTONE PAVER. HAND TIGHT (38" MAX.), POLYMERIC SAND SWEPT JOINTS. MORTAR SET. PATTERN: RUNNING BOND, PERPENDICULAR TO DRIVEWAY.

COBBLESTONE PAVERS, RE: B.1/L3.20 4" THICK REINFORCED CONCRETE EDGE BAND. (3) #5 LONG-WAYS W/ #3 TIES @ 12" O.C. SHORT-WAYS.

3"Ø PVC. SDR 35 SUB DRAIN. WRAP IN LANDSCAPE SOIL. MIRAFI 140N FILTER FABRIC SEPARATION, TYP.

8" HEAVY COMPACTED ROADBASE. REFER TO PHASE 1 CIVIL INFORMATION.

4"X8"X238" TUMBLED, HACKETT PAVER. PATTERN: RUNNING BOND, TYP. 38" JOINT MAX. FILL JOINTS WITH PLANTING SOIL FOR SEED BED. RE: L3.01

TOP SOIL W/ COMPOST MIX, TYP. FILL TREE OPENING W/ SAND, TYP.

2" MORTAR SETTING BED NOMINAL 9"X8"X4" THICKNESS GRANITE COBBLE EDGING. HAND TIGHT (38" MAX.), POLYMERIC SAND SWEPT JOINTS. MORTAR SET. PATTERN: STACKED SOLDIER COURSE. COBBLE MATERIAL AVAILABLE ON-SITE.

2" MORTAR SETTING BED 8" MIN. ROAD BASE: CRUSHED GRANITE 1 1/2" TO DUST ROAD BASE COMPACTED HEAVILY IN 2" LIFTS, TYP.

Issue/Revisions: 01 Bid Set

03.23.2016

PLANTING AREA, RE: L5.1X, TYP.

4" MIN.

REFER TO TREE PLANTING DETAIL.

Denton County, Texas

MOW STRIP SHOVEL CUT EDGE

AMEND TOP LAYER OF NATIVE FILL PER LANDSCAPE SPECIFICATIONS, TYP.

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

REINFORCED CONCRETE FOOTER @COBBLE EDGE. (3) #5 CONT. W/ #3 @ 12" O.C. TIES.

03.23.2016 THIS DRAWING(S) AND INFORMATION ARE THE PROPERTY OF HOCKER DESIGN GROUP. THE DRAWING(S) OR INFORMATION DEPICTED SHALL NOT BE REPRODUCED OR USED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION OF HOCKER DESIGN GROUP.

COMPACTED SUBGRADE 2'-0"

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

Hardscape Details B.2

SECTION: PAVERS AT TREE ROOTBALL

1-1/2" = 1'- 0"

B.1

SECTION: PAVERS AT EDGE CONDITION

1-1/2" = 1'- 0"

A

DETAIL: COBBLE TRANSITION STRIP

1-1/2" = 1'- 0"

L3.20

49


50

Sketches, Paintings & Computer Graphics

DRAWINGS & VISUALIZATIONS


TOP:

John Lennon, Pencil Sketch

8”, 8”

51


LEFT: Dusky Forest, Watercolor 6”, 10” RIGHT TOP: Waterfront Park Plan, Pencil Sketch RIGHT BOTTOM: Ink Sketch 8.5”, 11” 52

& Photoshop

11”, 17”


53


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