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TABLE OF CONTENTS Hand Graphics Construction Documentation Staircase Detail - University Park, PA Bench Detail - Shanksville, PA

Small Scale Site Design Mixed Planting Bed - University Park, PA PGH Green Innovators - Pittsburgh, PA

Large Scale Site Design Kuhn’s Market Northside - Pittsburgh, PA Ecological Revitilization - Baltimore, MD

Regional Scale Analysis Census Block Population Study - Centre County, PA

Professional Design Yonder Mountain Conservation Co. - Centre County, PA Mixed Greens - New York, NY


1-2 3-6 3-4 5-6

7-10 7-8 9-10

11-18 11-14 15-20

21-22 21-22

23-26 23-24 25-26


HAND GRAPHICS - PENCIL IN SKETCHBOOK - SHADOW GRADIENT DIENT AND DETAIL STUDY

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TOP DETAIL

STAIRCASE DETAIL - THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY - UNIVERSITY PARK, PA STAINLESS STEEL RAILING POST

EXPOSED AGGREGATE CONCRETE SLAB

1 1/2” MORTAR JOINT CONCRETE SPREAD FOOTING STAINLESS STEEL RAILING POST GRAY GRANTE CHEEK WALL

1/2” EXPANSION JOINT

9 GRAY GRANITE STONE STEPS 6” RISE 13” RUN CONCRETE GRAY RETAINING WALL COPING STAINLESS STEEL RAILING STAINLESS STEEL RAILING ANCHOR

1/2” CONTROL JOINT

EXPOSED AGGREGATE CONCRETE SLAB

B A

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FRONT DETAIL

GRAY GRANITE CHEEK WALL

STAINLESS STEEL RAILING POST CONCRETE GRAY RETAINING WALL

STAINLESS STEEL RAILING ANCHOR 9 GRAY GRANITE STONE STEPS 6” RISE 13” RUN 1/2” EXPANSION JOINT

1/2” EXPANSION JOINT

SIDE DETAIL

A

3’ FROST DEPTH CONCRETE SPREAD FOOTING

STAINLESS STEEL RAILING CONCRETE PRECAST GRAY RETAINING WALL STAINLESS STEEL RAILING ANCHOR 1/2” EXPANSION JOINT 7”x1/2” STAINLESS STEEL DOWEL 1/2” EXPANSION JOINT 9 GRAY GRANITE STONE STEPS 6” RISE 13” RUN 1/2” MORTAR BED EXPOSED AGGREGATE CONCRETE SLAB REINFORCED CONCRETE BASE COMPACTED AGGREGATE

B

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

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SIDE DETAIL

BENCH DETAIL - FLIGHT 93 MEMORIAL - SHANKSVILLE, PA HIGH POINT SLOPE

SLOPE

1 1/4”x4” CLEAR FINISH WOOD SLATS SECURE AT BACK AND FROM BELOW S.S SCREW

4”x3 1/2”x3/8” S.S BENT PLATE ATTACHED WITH VANDAL PROOF ATTACHMENTS AT BACK

WOOD ARMREST

2”x2”x1” METAL PLATE SHIM SECURE BENCH TO CONC. THREADED INSERT 1/2” RADIUS

5 10

1/4” SAW CUT CONTROL JOINT WITH SEALANT

PRECAST ARCH. CONC. BENCH PS2 FINISH TYP.

C.I.P CONC. BENCH LEGS PS2 FINISH TYP.

S.S DOWELS - MIN. (2) PER LEGS

POURED REINFORCED CONC.

A

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

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TOP DETAIL

1/4” SAW CUT CONTROL JOINT WITH SEALANT C.I.P CONC. BENCH LEGS BELOW

1 1/4”x4” CLEAR FINISH WOOD SLATS SECURE AT BACK AND FROM BELOW 4”x3 1/2”x3/8” S.S BENT PLATE ATTACHED WITH VANDAL PROOF ATTACHMENTS AT BACK S.S BOLT WOOD ARMREST BLACK PRECAST ARCH.CONC. BENCH PS2 FINISH TYP.

FRONT DETAIL

A

1 1/4”x4” CLEAR FINISH WOOD SLATS SECURE AT BACK AND FROM BELOW S.S BOLT 4”x3 1/2”x3/8” S.S BENT PLATE ATTACHED WITH VANDAL PROOF ATTACHMENTS AT BACK WOOD ARMREST

2”x2”x1” METAL PLATE SHIM SECURE BENCH TO CONC. THREADED INSERT BLACK PRECAST ARCH. CONC. BENCH PS2 FINISH TYP.

C.I.P CONC. BENCH LEGS PS2 FINISH TYP. S.S DOWELS - MIN. (2) PER LEG

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MIXED PLANTING BED - PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY WEST CAMPUS - UNIVERSITY PARK, PA

1’

8’

OK (35) RH (6) GL (12) CC (13)

Perennial Plants

24’ Scale: 1/4” = 1’

Grasses

Large Shrubs

Low Ground Cover Perennials

N

0’

HS (12) PG (10) PN (100) SI (15)

PG (9)

RV (10) II (1)

SH (15)

RH/EH (22)

HS (12)

OK (35)

WT (210) SH (26)

CF (1)

ET (29) CR (12)

MJ (1)

RD (12)

EES Building

PG (23) HW (21) SH (18)

SH (21)

CF (1)

RH (14)

HS (12) PN (123) PG (21)

HS (12)

MJ (1) AC (17) MJ (1)

SI (20) HW (22) GI (31)

OK (52)

CC (34)

HS (10) PA (4)

SH (19) HW (21)

SH (26) SI (28) PA (6)

WT (182)

OK (52) SH (18) ET (18) II (1) AC (17)

AG (4) AGA (1) IV (5) CR (15) PH (20) AGA (1) HW (20) HS (14)

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WT (182) SI (21)


Planting Schedule and Pricing Key

Botanical Name

Common Name

Size/ Condition

#Quantity

$ Unit Price

Multiplier

$ Total

Condi on

Trees AG

Amelanchier x grandifora 'Autumn Brilliance'

Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry

2" cal B&B

2

115.99

ea.

2

CF

Cornus florida

Flowering Dogwood

3" cal B&B

2

149.99

ea.

2

463.98 599.96

II

Iagerstroemia indica 'Dynamite

Dynamite Crape Myrtle

2" cal B&B

2

130.99

ea.

2

526.96

MJ

Magnolia x 'Jane'

Jane Magnolia

3" cal B&B

3

149.99

ea.

2

899.94

Shrubs AA

Astilbe x arendsii 'Bridal Veil'

Bridal Veil Astilbe

#2 pot

4

34.99

ea.

2

279.92

RD

Rhododendron 'Deleware Valley White'

Deleware Valley White Azalea

#3 pot

12

34.99

ea.

2

839.76

RV

Rhododendron vaseyi

Pink-Shell Azalea

#3 pot

10

34.99

ea.

2

699.80

215.92

Grasses AE

Andropogon gerardii

Big Blue Stem

6 - 8 ft hgt

4

26.99

ea.

2

PA

Pennisetum alopercuroides 'Hameln'

Hameln Pennisetum Grass

24 - 36 in hgt

6

26.99

ea.

2

323.88

SH

Sporobolus heterolepis

Prairie Dropseed

24 - 36 in hgt

142

26.99

ea.

2

7665.16

24 - 36 in hgt

2 / 3.5" 18 tray

23.99

ea.

2.5

119.95

6 - 12 in hgt

1 / 3.5" 18 tray

23.99

ea.

2.5

59.97

12 - 24 in hgt

2 / 3.5" 18 tray

23.99

ea.

2.5

119.95

Perennials/Ground Flora AC

Amsonia ciliata

Fringed Bluestar

CC

Campanula carpatica blue clips

Blue Clips Bellflower

CR

Coreopsis rosea 'Sweet Dreams'

Coreopsis Sweet Dreams

EH

Eupatorium hyssopifolium

Hyssop Leaf Thoroughwort

12 - 18 in hgt

1 / 3.5" 18 tray

23.99

ea.

2.5

59.97

ET

Echinacea 'Twilight'

Twilight Coneflower

12 - 18 in hgt

1 / 3.5" 50 tray

40.99

ea.

2.5

102.47

GL

Gaura lindheimeri

Butterfly Gaura

18 - 24 in hgt

1 / 3.5" 50 tray

40.99

ea.

2.5

102.47

HS

Hosta 'Striptease'

Striptease Hosta

18 - 28 in hgt

4 / 3.5" 18 tray

23.99

ea.

2.5

239.90

HW

Hosta 'White Feather'

White Feather Hosta

18 - 28 in hgt

5 / 3.5" 18 tray

23.99

ea.

2.5

299.88

IV

Itea virginica 'Henry's Garnet'

Henry's Garnet Virginia Sweetspire

36 - 48 in hgt

2 / 3.5" 18 tray

23.99

ea.

2.5

119.95

OK

Oenothera kunthiana 'Glowing Magenta'

Evening Primrose Glowing Magenta

PG

Platycodon grandiforus

Violet Balloon Flower

PN

Phlox nivalis ssp. Texensis

Trailing Phlox

RH

Rudbeckia hirta

Black Eyed Susan

SI

Siberian iris sibirica 'Moon Silk'

Siberian Iris Moon Silk

WT

Waldsteinia ternata

Barren Strawberry

6 - 12 in hgt

10 / 3.5" 18 tray

20.99

ea.

2.5

524.75

24 - 36 in hgt

1 / 3.5" 50 tray

40.99

ea.

2.5

102.47

under 6 in hgt

12 / 3.5" 18 tray

20.99

ea.

2.5

629.70

18 - 24 in hgt

1 / 3.5" 50 tray

40.99

ea.

2.5

102.47

24 - 36 in hgt

4 / 3.5" 18 tray

23.99

ea.

2.5

239.90

under 6 in hgt

32 / 3.5" 18 tray

20.99

ea.

2.5

1679.20

Total

17018.28

Color study

Height study

EES Building

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PGH GREEN INNOVATORS - BEER GARDEN - PITTSBURGH, PA Secondary Building Entrance

Scale: 1” = 40’ 20’

0

40’

120’

Stainless steel rain barrels North

Cobblestone pavement Bar/Cafe service area Metal grate covered water runnels Outdoor seating space Wood lattice overhang with intertwined hops vines Performance area Herb and spice garden Pedestrian pathway for garden interaction

Mission PGH Green Innovators’ overall mission is to commit to “growing a vibrant green economy and community by collaboratively leveraging regional strengths through innovation, education, workforce development, and cultivation of sustainable business opportunities.”This proposed outdoor beer garden allows the public to interact with on-site growing techniques for various herbs, spices, and spreading hops vines that educates, entertains, and provides an enjoyable end result of freshly brewed beer. There are many aspects that cohesively work together in order to create a sustainable network that ultimately results in a utilized product.

North Scale: 1” = 10’ 5’

Grown herbs and spices Anise

9

Cilantro

Elder flowers

Lavender

Basil

0

10’

Sage

30’

Ginger


Rain Barrel

Outdoor Bar/Cafe

Inlet pipe for roofwater runoff

Saw-tooth roof sections

Stainless steel rain barrel Water height window

Drainage pipes connecting to each rain barrel

Crushed limestone filtration layer Metal grate covered water runnel

Stainless steel rain barrel Bar and cafe service area Metal grate covered water runnel

Performance and Seating area The Hops vines weave within the lattice structure, grow upwards and provide the public with a shaded and interactive seating space. Long wooden tables and benches allow for large groups to gather during their time off in order to sit, relax, and enjoy each other’s company and surroundings. The grate covered water runnel system cuts through the large seating area, providing pedestrians with visual access to the water flow that irrigates the overhead Hops vines. Providing the site with an outdoor performance space allows local artist publicly illustrate their talents while entertaining a welcoming crowd.

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KUHN’S MARKET NORTHSIDE - SITE DESIGN/INTERACTIVE PROGRAMMING - PITTSBURGH, PA This revitalization plan promotes a greater sense of pedestrian priority through designated sidewalks and light fixtures, more vegetation within bioretention systems and shade tree planting, improvements in rain barrels usage, and increased neighborhood engagement through a newly developed community vegetable garden and outdoor gather area.

These additions to the Kuhn’s Market site are meant to improve the area in such a way that positively impacts the business while encouraging community members to happily walk to the site, purchase healthy food, and enjoy each others’ company during their visit.

Program Breakdown

Proposed Pedestrian Circulation

)

(A

)

(B

)

) (C (D

(G

(H

M

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St.

w cDo

(F

t.

)

ell S

(E

Proposed Vegetated Areas

St.

Proposed Stormwater Management

)

)

)

w High

ood

Scale: 1” = 50’ 25

( A ) Existing Kuhn’s Market ( B ) New lighting fixtures attached to the building ( C ) Rain barrel collection system

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( D ) Newly implemented street scape planting

0

50

150

North

( E ) Community vegetable garden ( F ) Porous asphalt parking spaces ( G ) Bioretention swales ( H ) Permeable brick paving

Proposed Community Gathering Areas


NanaWall: Transforming Outdoor Farmers Market Advantages and Opportunities: Visually and physically opens up the building by bringing the beauty of the outdoors inside. Improves building value and draws positive attention to the site.

Promotes LEED certification, AAMA tested and meets all American testing, codes, and ADA hardware requirements. NFRC/Energy Star certified systems with industry leading U-factors and Solar Heat Gain Coefficients. Weather resistant with excellent air infiltration and water penetration ratings.

I

utdoor spa ce r to O oo nd

Easy to clean and operate.

Excellent acoustic performance. Recyclable aluminum frames with 25% recycled content with Eco-friendly powder coated finishes. Wood frames with Eco-friendly water based pretreatment. PEFC certified Douglas fir standard and FSC certified pine, spruce, and American white oak available on request. Natural ventilation. Daylighting with more natural light.

Community Garden There are several benefits to creating healthy community gardens: Promotes positive community interaction. Educates those who wish to be involved in a new hobby. Provides individuals with a relaxing recreational activity. Provides individuals/families with healthy produce. Beautifies the surrounding neighborhood. Provides possible revenue for those seeking to turn a profit. Produce can be donated to the local food shelter

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Bioretention System

Planting Preparation 6’

Due to the highly compacted soil within the proposed bioretention locations, a few steps are to be taken in order to rightly prepare the ground for proper planting: Remove and reuse necessary sections of asphalt elsewhere; recycle existing aggregate layer on-site later on by implementing it within the bioretention’s compacted aggregate layer. Dig down 26”, remove all soil, mix in proper amount of organic leaf compost (1:3 to 1:4 by volume) that has been collected throughout the neighborhood and return the soil to the ground. Use Oak leaf litter for areas that need an increase in soil acidity Beginning this process in the early fall so that the soil becomes healthy enough to begin planting during the following spring.

1”

Runoff from parking lot

6”

6”

14”

overflow to street

10” 6” 3”

12”

6”

Top course -- 16% - 18% air voids

21”

Base course -- 20% - 25% air voids 26”

2” - 3“ stone reservoir layer -- 40% air voids

6”

Concrete wheelstop Reinforced rebar

18”

1/2” stone stabilization and filter layer Aluminum collar

6”

Stone buffer Organic mulch Infiltration

Mixed planting of flood-tolerant trees, shrubs, and perennial groundcover Planting Soil *

* Planting soil is to be composed of the existing subsoil mixed with various leaf litter and organic matter in order to meet the correct nutrient levels. * * Compacted aggregate base will be recycled from the sub-base of the removed asphalt taken from the site

Geo-textile fabric Existing subgrade Compacted aggregate * *

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Compacted subgrade


Planting Palette Botanical Name

Common Name

Time of Bloom

Characteristics

Conditions

Height/Spread

Grasses and flowering Perennials Andropogon gerardii

Big Bluestem

August - September Warm season grass; small yellow flowers; blue-green blades turn tawny in Fall; remains erect until Spring

Height: 36" - 72" Spread: 24" - 30"

Leersia oryzoides

Rice Cutgrass

June - October

Height: 24" - 60" Spread: 24" 36"

Lobelia cardinalis

Cardinal Flower

July - October

Mertensia virginica

Virginia Bluebells

March - June

Penstemon digitalis

Talus Slope Penstemon

June - August

Rubdeckia laciniata

Cutleaf Coneflower

June - October

Senecio aureus

Golden Ragwort

April - August

Light: sun/partial shade Moisture: dry/medium/wet Browse: high Perennial Grass; Rough edged blades; good stabilization and erosion Light: sun/partial shade control; drought and inundation tolerant; high wildlife value Moisture: medium/wet Browse: high Scarlet red flowers arranged along tall stems; attracts hummingbirds Light: sun/partial shade and butterflies; biennial; long blooming period Moisture: medium/wet Browse: medium Bell-shaped pink to blue flowers; dormant in summer Light: partial shade/shade Moisture: medium/wet Browse: medium White flowers; drought tolerant; attracts hummingbirds and butterflies Light: sun/partial shade Moisture: dry/medium Browse: medium Yellow flowers with green center; attract butterflies; provides food Light: sun/partial shade/shade and cover for songbirds Moisture: medium/wet Browse: high Yellow, daisy-like flowers; attracts butterflies; Light: sun/partial shade/shade Moisture: medium/wet Browse: Medium

Shrubs Cornus sericea

Redosier Dogwood

May - June

Height: 7' - 9' Spread: 8' - 10'

Vaccinium angustifolium

Lowbush Blueberry

May - August

Viburnum prunifolium

Smooth Witherod Viburnum

April - November

White flowers; white berries; red twigs with white pith; red/maroon fall Light: sun/partial shade color; good bank stabilizer; high wildlife value Moisture: medium Browse: high Small white-pink flowers; edible blue-black berries in July-August; Light: sun/partial shade red fall color; can be used as groundcover; high wildlife value Moisture: dry/medium Browse: high White flowers in flat-top clusters; blue-black berries in July-November Light: sun/partial shade/shade red-purple fall color Moisture: dry/medium/wet Browse: medium

Trees Acer rubrum

Red Maple

March - April

Shallow root system; high wildlife value; attractive red flowers and fruit red/yellow/orange fall color

Height: 60' - 90' Spread: 50' - 75'

Betula nigra

River Birch

April - May

Chionanthus virginicus

White Fringetree

May - June

Light: sun/partial shade Moisture: dry/medium/wet Browse: medium Both moisture and drought tolerant; peeling bark; yellow fall color; Light: sun/partial shade high wildlife value; good bank stabilizer; disease-free Moisture: medium/wet Browse: medium Clumping or single stem; white, pendulous, fragrant flowers; gold fall Light: sun/partial shade/shade color; birds eat the fruit Moisture: dry/medium Browse: medium

Viburnum prunifolium

Penstemon digitalis

Acer rubrum

Chionanthus virginicus

Vaccinium angustifolium

Leersia oryzoides

Cornus sericea

Rudbeckia laciniata

Betula nigra

Lobelia cardinalis

Senecio aureus

Andropogon gerardii

Height: 24" - 48" Spread: 12" - 24" Height: 12" - 24" Spread: 10" - 12" Height: 24" - 48" Spread: 18" - 36" Height: 48" - 96" Spread: 24" - 48" Height: 12" - 36" Spread: 12" - 24"

Height: 12" - 24" Spread: 24" - 36" Height: 6' - 18' Spread: 8' - 12'

Height: 50' - 75' Spread: 35' - 50' Height: 20' - 35' Spread: 15' - 20'

Mertensia virginica

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ECOLOGICAL REVITILIZATION - VACANT LOT REDESIGN - BALTIMORE, MD Misson Baltimore’s various vacant lots provide great opportunity to design a space where the existing slope and location to adjacent buildings can be strongly highlighted and well utilized. This proposed plaza highlights the functionalities and experiential qualities that come from illustrated stormwater collection and cleansing processes within a previously abandoned location.

5’

0’

10’

30’

Scale

N

(B)

Interactive Vegetation (A)

(C)

The raised and textured artful concrete pattern represents the natural characteristics of water movement while also reducing the velocity of the flowing stormwater.

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Permeable Pavement 2” Hand tight sand swept joints

2”

4”

(A) 1”

No. 8 Aggregate Sand mixture

4”

9% aperture

2” x 4” x 8” Recycled brick

18”

No. 57 Stone open-grade base

No. 2 Stone subbase

Permeable class 1 geotextile fabric Existing subgrade

1/8” Hand tight sand swept joints 1” Hand tight sand swept joints

2”

4”

(B) 1”

No. 8 Aggregate Sand mixture

4”

6% aperture

2” x 4” x 8” Recycled brick

12”

No. 57 Stone open-grade base

No. 2 Stone subbase

Permeable class 1 geotextile fabric Existing subgrade

2”

8”

(C)

1/8” Hand tight sand swept joints

1”

2” x 4” x 8” Recycled brick

4”

No. 8 Aggregate Sand mixture No. 57 Stone open-grade base 6”

0% aperture

4”

No. 2 Stone subbase

Existing subgrade

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Roofwater Runoff Calculation

Roofwater runoff collection rates

Rational Method for peek runoff rates

Typical Storm (.2")

0.0400

160

0.0350

140

0.0300

120

0.0250

100

gal / hr

gal / sec

Typical Storm (.2")

With Baltimore’s high density development, the chance to harness stormwater collected from high density streets and an assemblage of rooftops provides the area with an experiential opportunity to redirect and cleanse the polluted rainwater before it is directly introduced into the existing stormwater systems.

0.0200

40

0.0100

20

0.0050

0

0.0000

Redesigned lot

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10 0 11 1

12 2

1 13

14 4

1 15

16 6

17 1

18 8

1 19

20 0

1

21

80 60

0.0150

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Average

1

2

3

4

5

6

: Roofwater Collection Planting

: Roofwater Runoff

N

Scale

Rainwater Intensity - Duration - Frequency Baltimore, Maryland

1200

0.250

1000

0.200

800

0.150

400

0.050

200

0.000 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1

2

3

4

5

7

8

6.00

0.350

1400

0.300

1200

0.250

1000

gal / sec

2.00

1.00 0.80

gal / hr

1600

Return period (years) 10 5 2

0.200

800

0.150

600

0.100

400

0.050

200 0

0.000

0.60

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

1

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Average

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

10 year storm (2.5")

0.06 0.04

5

10

15 20 Minutes

30 40 50 60

2

Duration

3

4

5 6

8 10 12

18 24

2000

0.450

1800

0.400

1600

0.350

1400

0.300

1200

0.250 0.200

1000 800

0.150

600

0.100

400

0.050

200 0

0.000 1

Hours

10 year storm (2.5")

0.500

gal / hr

gal / sec

0.10 0.08

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Average

Individual Unit #

Individual Unit #

0.40

0.20

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Average

5 year storm (1.9")

0.400

0.02

6

Individual Unit #

8.00

4.00

Rainwater Intensity (in./hr.)

0

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Average

5 year storm (1.9")

10.00

17

8

Individual Unit #

15.00

2.5 0 1.9 0 1.5 0

600

0.100

20.00

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Average

2 year storm (1.5")

0.300

gal / hr

60’

gal / sec

20’

8

Individual Unit #

2 year storm (1.5")

10’0’

7

Individual Unit #

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Average

Individual Unit #

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Average

Individual Unit #


Roofwater Runoff Collection

BC

BC CC

PV

SS

BC AG

CC

SS

AG

SS

2’

Each planting bed has the ability to hold an amount of water larger than the load that will run from the roof during a typical rain storm event. When the time comes where a larger, more uncommon storm occurs, the overflow will travel towards the alleyway and its pervious, infiltration pavement in the following phase.

BC CC

PV

24’

Equation = ( Area ) x ( Aggregate depth ) x 40% Individual bioswales = ( 24’ ) x ( 2’ ) x .40 = 19.2 cubic feet = 143 gal Three different varieties of planting beds are suggested to homeowners in order to provide a choice in color, height and price of the installation. Grasses only Scientific Classification

Common Classification

Quantity

Swale price ($)

Bushy Bluestem

2

20

Bouteloua curtipendula

Sideoats Grama

4

40

Calamagrostis canadensis

Blue Joint Grass

3

30

Panicum virgatum

Switchgrass

4

40

Schizachyrium scoparium

"Standing Ovation" Little Bluestem

3

30

16

160

Quantity

Swale price ($)

MD LS

AT

ED

MD

CG AT

LS

AT ED

CG MD AT

LS

CG ED AT

MD

AT

LS

MD

SS

2’

Andropogon glomeratus

24’

Totals

Perennials only Scientific Classification

Common Classification

Asclepias tuberosa

Butterflyweed

6

30

Chelone glabra

White Turtlehead

3

20

Eupatorium dubium 'Little Joe'

Coastal Plain Joe Pye Weed

3

20

Lobelia siphilitica

Great Blue Lobelia

4

20

Monarda didyma

Scarlet Beebalm

8

30

24

240

Totals

MD PV

MD

SS ED MD

AG

PV ED

PV MD

AG

MD

2’

Perennial/Grass mixture Scientific Classification

24’

Common Classification

Quantity

Swale price ($)

Andropogon glomeratus

Bushy Bluestem

2

20

Eupatorium dubium 'Little Joe'

Coastal Plain Joe Pye Weed

4

40

Monarda didyma

Scarlet Beebalm

6

60

Panicum virgatum

Switchgrass

3

30

Schizachyrium scoparium

"Standing Ovation" Little Bluestem

3

30

18

180

Totals

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Streetwater Runoff Calculation

Rational Method for peek runoff rates

Streetwater runoff collection rates

0.900

W. North Ave.

0.800

N. Dukeland St.

25,000

N. Dukeland St. 20,000

0.700 0.600

gal / hr

gal / sec

W. North Ave.

0.500 0.400

15,000

10,000

0.300 0.200

5,000

0.100 0.000

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HP

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HP

HP

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= High point

LP

= Low point = Stormwater flow = Bioswale

LP

W. North Ave.

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LP

= Streetwater = Individual lot = Individual building

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60’


Streetwater Runoff Collection

W. North Ave.

Each swale has the ability to hold an amount of water larger than the amount that will run from the street during a typical rain storm event. When the time comes where a larger, more uncommon storm occurs, the overflow will travel down the existing slope and into the existing stormwater system.

10’

0’

20’

60’

Scale

Equation = ( Area ) x ( Aggregate depth ) x 40% W. North Ave. bioswales = ( 594’ ) x ( 2’ ) x .40 = 475 cubic feet = 3,554 gal N. Dukeland St. = ( 242’ ) x ( 2’ ) x .40 = 244 cubic feet = 1,828 gal Mixed grass bioswale Curbs found on existing site can be removed and reused within the new bioswale installation. 18” deep soil mix 50% sand 30% top soil 20% compost Permeable geotextile fabric preventing soil mix from falling into void space 24” deep R2 aggregate with 40% void space Existing subgrade 8” outfall pipe sloped to existing storm sewer Impermeable geotextile fabric

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CENSUS BLOCK POPULATION STUDY - SPRING CREEK WATERSHED - CENTRE COUNTY, PA Population Density

2010 population 557 - 1,055 1,055 - 1,399

Milesburg

1,399 - 1,898 1,898 - 2,573 2,573 - 4,268 Spring Creek Watershed Population Centers

Monument Pine Glen Blanchard

Bellefonte

Clarence Snow Shoe Howard

Rebersburg

Milesburg

Madisonburg Bellefonte

Zion

Unionville

Philipsburg

Millheim Pleasant Gap

Julian

Spring Mills

Woodward

Coburn

Centre Hall Houserville Sandy Ridge Port Matilda

Park Forest

Lemont

Stormstown Boalsburg

Pleasant Gap

State College Pine Grove Mills

0 2 4 6 8 Miles Projection: PA State Plane North

Houserville

Diversity Index Lemont

2010 population Park Forest Major Cities Diversity Index

State College 0.00 - 0.06 0.06 - 0.17

Boalsburg

0.17 - 0.30 0.30 - 0.48 0.48 - 0.76

Pine Grove Mills N 0

1

2

3

4 Miles

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Projection: PA State Plane North


Population Size

2010 population

Milesburg

1163 - 1187 1188 - 2233

Bellefonte

2234 - 3654 3655 - 8708

Milesburg

8709 - 38420 Spring Creek Watershed

Pleasant Gap

0

1

2

3

4

Miles

Projection: PA State Plane North

Bellefonte Houserville

Lemont Park Forest

State College

Boalsburg

Pleasant Gap Pine Grove Mills

Houserville

Population Distribution

Lemont

2010 population 1 Dot = 10 Spring Creek Towns

Park Forest

State College

Spring Creek Watershed

Boalsburg

Pine Grove Mills N 0

1

2

3

4 Miles

Projection: PA State Plane North

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YONDER MOUNTAIN CONSERVATION CO. - PRELIMINARY PLANTNG DESIGN - FIRST QUALITY INC. Entrance Drive Planting Plan

Entrance Drive Planting Beds

Planting Palette Key

Botanical Name

Common Name

IV

Ilex verticillata

Winterberry Holly

VD

Viburnum dilatatum

Linden Viburnum

SH

Sporobolus heterolepis

Prairie Dropseed

SS

Schizachyrium scoparium

Little Bluestem

SN

Sorghastrum nutans

Yellow Indiangrass

Shrubs

Grasses

Perennials/Ground Flora

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CI

Callirhoe involucrata

Purple Poppy Mallow

LP

Lilium philadelphicum

Wood Lily

OS

Oenothera speciosa

Evening Primrose

PP

Phlox paniculata

Garden Phlox

RT

Rudbeckia triloba

Brown-Eyed Susan

JH

Juniperus horizontalis

Creeping juniper


Additional Designed Areas Employee Grilling Area

Flag Pole Design

Employee Break Area

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MIXED GREENS WINDOW INSTALLATION - ANN TARANTINO’S TOPOANALYSIS - NEW YORK, NY Vector compilation

Boards 1 - 5

Artist Ann Tarantino presented me with a series of individual vector images and the vision for her window installation. Using these materials, I compiled each image into a large scale collage that was laser cut into individual 24” x 36” boards. These boards were then pieced together and displayed within Mixed Green studio’s window installation series at 531 west 26th street,1st floor, New York, NY from March through May 2013.

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Amanda Jean Bonnell The Pennsylvania State University - Class of 2014 Bachelors of Landscape Architecture Environmental Inquiries Minor (215)-962-9760: (c) amandajbonnell@gmail.com: (e)


Amanda Jean Bonnell