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Ben Hu

Portfolio landscape architecture + design environmental | architecture | visual design


BEN HU

DESIGN STATEMENT

benhu.co@gmail.com 4 0 8 . 7 0 5 . 0 4 1 5

Design is the interaction between two opposing factors, technical and conceptual. As a designer, it is my responsibility to design for a sustainable future. How can we integrate landscape and its values into our lifestyle and architecture? The key about combining

University of California, Davis B.S. in Landscape Architecture Minor in Film Studies

landscape and architecture is the bridging between people and nature. I stride to integrate landscape as a naturally-resilient medium, where it improves air quality, health, water reclamation and filtration. The vision is to provide an environment for a more sustainable future.


CONTENTS

P ROF E SSI ONAL

UC DAVIS SOLAR DECATHLON // Design+build Net-Zero Energy Home

CITY OF DAVIS - CITY PLANNING // Sustainable design practice assistance

ACADE M I C

SAN JOSE DIRIDON URBAN PLAZA//

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Transforming parking lots into sustainable landscapes

SACRAMENTO GREEN WAY // Revitalizing parkways with green-infrastructure

MCCORMICK TRACT LEVEE RE-PURPOSE// Turning constraints into opportunities

TECHNICAL DRAWING// A01

Construction drawing sheets


PROFESSIONAL


NET-ZERO ENERGY HOME

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winter 2014 - summer 2015

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university of california davis

collaboration

u.s. department of energy, college of engineering & agricultural and environmental sciences

The idea of this project is to design a net-zero energy home to be entered in the Solar Decathlon competition. The house and landscape is designed for migrant farmworkers, whose landscape must use drought-tolerant and resilient. The landscape is visually compelling, yet water consciously responsible. I’ve designed a sustainable planter bed out of reclaimed wooden pallets, which also serve as a railing system to prevent guest from wander off patio.


planter bed section | left

planter bed isonometric | side

planter bed section | front

planter bed detail | front

MODULAR PLANTER BEDS The planter bed is designed to be sustainable and flexible, where users can adjust its height and position into a desirable location near the home. Created from reclaimed wood pallets, this modular structure can withstand 200 lbs. and easily be carried a single user.


BLOOM TIME

SHRUBS

DESIGN SIGNAGE

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BLOOM JUN

Muhlenbergia rigens Deer grass 5 gallon Height: 4 ft Width: 4 ft

BLOOM JUL

Festuca glauca ‘Elijah Blue’ Elijah Blue Fescue 5 gallon Height: 5 ft Width: 5 ft

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Pennisetum setaceum ‘Rubrum’ Red fountain grass 5 gallon Height: 5 ft Width: 4 ft

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BLOOMING OCT

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DESIGN SIGNAGE

TREES

FRUITING OCT

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landscape plan | scale 1”: 1/4’ 

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PLANT PALETTE Citrus reticulata Honey mandarin 24 in crate Height: 8 ft Width: 10 ft Competition Oct 26th Blooming plants Fruiting trees

This landscapes is designed to be water responsible and yet provide visual appeal for the home. Combined with grasses and edible plants, the landscape serves as both an eye-catcher and edible garden. Different types of grasses will be used to distribute color throughout the year. The users of the home will be able to enjoy a beautiful garden that is not only drought-tolerant, but also a resilient one.


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section 1 | north east elevation

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section 2 | west elevation

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section 3 | south elevation 

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section 4| east elevation

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MODULAR PLANTER BEDS


CITY PLANNING - INTERNSHIP year

spring 2014

place

davis

collaboration

city of davis, cunningham engineering

02

The City of Davis has provided me insight on how cities regulate and enforce building codes on landscape architecture Design. My job as an intern is to provide consultation to the city planner (Bob Wolcott) on building codes, and whether they should be adjusted to adapt to new designs and sustainable building practices.


BRIDGE

0.16 ACRE

BRIDGE

PATH CROSSING

0.40 ACRE

PRIMARY INTERNAL OPEN SPACE AND PEDESTRIAN NETWORK AS PROPOSED ( 10% GREEN SPACE - 37 DU - 10.76 DU/AC)

PRIMARY INTERNAL OPEN SPACE AND PEDESTRIAN NETWORK STAFF SUGGESTIONS ( 16% GREEN SPACE - 30 DU - 8.72 DU/AC)

BRIDGE

OPEN-SPACE ALLOCATION

0.16 ACRE

The following diagrams illustrates different factors that are considered when developing a site. These diagrams are to show developers important ecological factors that go into new building development.

PRIMARY INTERNAL OPEN SPACE AND PEDESTRIAN NETWORK AS PROPOSED ( 10% GREEN SPACE - 37 DU - 10.76 DU/AC)

I looked into what is economical and sustainable in order to have a both landscape and architecture. This site is located in Willow creek at Davis, where various amounts of open space and pedestrian networks are being compared.


CONCEPTUAL ALTERNATIVE 1

CONCEPTUAL ALTERNATIVE 2

CONCEPTUAL ALTERNATIVE 3

DJUSD SITE

DJUSD SITE

DJUSD SITE

B STREET

400’

240’ 3D VIEW

6TH STREET

240’ 3D VIEW

6TH STREET

3D VIEW

CONCEPTUAL ALTERNATIVE 4

CONCEPTUAL ALTERNATIVE 5

CONCEPTUAL ALTERNATIVE 6

DJUSD SITE

DJUSD SITE

DJUSD SITE

5TH STREET

3D VIEW

B STREET 6TH STREET

400’

240’

240’

B STREET

5TH STREET

C STREET

400’

C STREET

400’

C STREET

B STREET

5TH STREET

6TH STREET

C STREET

400’

C STREET

400’

C STREET

240’ 6TH STREET

5TH STREET

B STREET

5TH STREET

B STREET

5TH STREET

240’ 3D VIEW

6TH STREET

3D VIEW

DAVIS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT The following diagrams are my illustrations to show city planners different types of green areas and how they can accommodate the surrounding neighborhoods and future residents. This massing study also involves in finding the correct building height that will not disturb nearby neighbors.


CONCEPT 1

CONCEPT 2

RETAIN EXISTING DESIGNATED HOUSE AND ADD TWO BUILDINGS ON “A” STREET

RETAIN EXISTING DESIGNATED HOUSE AND ADD ONE BUILDING AT CORNER AND ONE IN REAR, PARKING UNDER

CONCEPT 3

THREE STORY WITH UPPER STORY SETBACK, PARKING UNDER

120’

A STREET

120’

A STREET

120’

A STREET 120’

A STREET

A STREET

120’

117’ 3D VIEW

CONCEPT 5

THREE NEW BUILDINGS FACING STREET APPEARANCE, PARKING UNDER

RETAIN DESIGNATED HOUSE

RETAIN DESIGNATED HOUSE

2ND STREET

CONCEPT 4

NEW BUILDING WITH PARKING UNDER

DEMOLISH DESIGNATED TANK HOUSE

117’

THREE NEW BUILDINGS FACING STREET

2ND STREET

3D VIEW

117’

117’

117’

2ND STREET

2ND STREET

2ND STREET

ARCHITECTURAL GUIDELINES These diagrams are to show developers what types of architecture are correct for Davis. In concept 5, the developer’s building is shown to be compared with my own concepts of configuration. The goal of this comparison is to show different options of massing rather than a single unit.


ACADEMIC


P

vs

MICRO-FOREST PLAZA year

spring 2015

place

university of california davis

collaboration

city of san jose, department of human ecology - landscape architecture

03

Diridon Station is a unique area for transit, office, commercial uses, housing and entertainment. However, beyond the aspects of functionality and economic viability of the area, Diridon lacks and identity that brings the area life and desire to stay there. The goal of this design is to transform parking lots into a resilient and urbanized forest. By creating an urbanized plaza with lush landscape and sustainable design, it will bridge the gap between the Diridon station and the City of San Jose.

NEW H


PROJECT SITE

SAP CENTER

HIGH SPEED RAIL STATION


ST. JAMES PARK CITY HALL

SAN PEDRO SQUARE

HISTORIC DISTRICT

CONVENTIONAL & CULTURAL

CONTEXT MAP The site is a crossroad between the Diridon Station and Downtown San Jose. The concept of this design is to link the two areas through a series of landscapes that merges the area of architecture, people, and landscape. These landscape will be in the shape of circular lines that allows users to explore and immerse themselves in a micro-forest.


NEW MIXED-USE BUILDINGS GUADLUPE RIVER URBAN PLAZA

NEW BASEBALL STADIUM


EAST PERSPECTIVE OF PLAZA The landscape of the plaza is designed for pedestrian to have a direct access to the city and new buildings to be in place. This design utilizes different tree species, which have different foliages and color.


ROOFTOP VEGETATION GARDEN Landscape and architecture should be designed not only for housing, but also for mixed use development. These facilities are integrated with landscape as a catalyst for a healthier and sustainable lifestyle.


WEST PERSPECTIVE OF PLAZA The new high speed railway building and the 4 mixed-use buildings are concepts designed to show massing and context for the landscape. These buildings will have 3 stories of underground parking.


THE GREEN RIBBON year

spring 2014

place

university of california davis

collaboration

city of sacramento, department of human ecology - landscape architecture

04

Sacramento is currently on its way to develop more infrastructure housing. These infrastructures will be for both commercial and mixed-use development. The goal of this design is to develop a green parkway that bridges the connection between the community living in Township 9 and the levee. The green way serves both as a levee and recreational runway.


PROJECT SITE


SAN PEDRO SQUARE LIGHT RAIL STATION

RIBBON COURTYARD

GREEN RIBBON CONNECTION

PARK + DOCK SOCCER STADIUM HIGHLIGHTED CROSSWALKS

AERIAL VIEW PLAN The concept behind this design is a transitional area that will ease down traffic between both high-density proposed areas. The levee itself serves as a large open space that is meant to accommodate both vegetation and people. By adding more trees on the levee, there will be more shading for those who are traveling throughout the site. Different path ways are proposed to provide the user with a serene experience from highly-congested areas.

SACRAMENTO BRIDGE


RIBBON COURTYARD As the main entryway along the levee into the Green Ribbon, this parcel, on the corner of Street 8 and Sequoia Pacific has a large role in attracting visitors while accommodating the needs of the residential mixed-use buildings and surrounding parcels. This parcel was designed to provide a multitude of uses not only within the parcel but to accommodate the surrounding activities as well.


LIGHT RAIL STATION The proposed light rail station is a prime opportunity for local businesses to strive with the number of people walking through the site and taking the light rail daily. Sequoia Pacific Blvd is one of the main folds in “The Green Ribbon� because of the attraction of the additional light rail transit in the subareas two.


HIGH-LIGHTED CROSSWALK + SOCCER STADIUM The goal of this design is to alleviate traffic and provide outdoor space for residents to enjoy. The entire program of the site is to provide as much green space as possible, and less hardscape as possible. This design follows our initial ribbon concept, as it forms shapes and pathways throughout the site with its vegetation, pathways, and landforms.


PARK + DOCK The landscape of the park emphasizes on creating a visual connection for pedestrians to view the river. This creates a bridge for the levee park to be more accessible. The park is mean for the community to gather and travel through the green way of the site.


REVITALIZING LEVEES

05

year

winter 2014

place

university of california davis

collaboration

u.s. army corp of engineers, department of human ecology - landscape architecture

The McCormack Williamson Track project consists of different proposals such as, proposed grading changes, levee removal, and how water will flow through the site. The purpose of this design is to re-purpose the levee for water to flow in and irrigate the soil. The resilient aspect is for pedestrians to safely access the levee and enjoy recreational features such as the floating campsite.


30

Elevation (Feet) NGVD

30

HIGH WATER LOW WATER

200

DISTANCE (Feet)

20


Construct Transmissi Protective Levee and

Borrowed Sites for co

Ex

Ex

30

Elevation (Feet) NGVD

20

10

0

1 1.5

5'

-10

Ele

200

180


TRANSMISSION TOWER Power Lines

on Tower Access Road PROPO

SED AC

onstruction

CESS R

OAD

Waterside Crown Elevation Existing Trees Existing Road

xisting Agricultural Zone

xisting Irrigation Canal

PROTECTIVE LEVEE CROSS SECTION

Emergent Marsh

Scrub Shrub

Riparian Forest

16' Flatten Slope

1%

5 1

10

1

vation 5'

160

140

120

100

80

60

40

20

0

DISTANCE (Feet) Dirt

Seep Ditch Cut

Slope Break at Elevation 0.0'

Existing Vegetation

Existing Vegetation

Existing Slope

Excavate New Ditch

Existing Seep Ditch

Automobiles Pedestrians Reference Point Set By District Engineer


FLOATING CAMPSITE As the project is actualized, more levees will be constructed in both north and south of the area to manage the fluctuation of flooding. Therefore, access roads will be built to provide accessibility of vehicles to construct levees, area management or irrigation purposes. The floating campsite is built to resist flooding, therefore they are able to remain functional for recreational usage when water is in the tract. This provides a multi-functional use of the site, rather than only for agricultural purposes.


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A01

E

PARK CONSTRUCTION SHEETS year

winter 2015

place

university of california davis

06

2

3

5

4

E

ADDRESS:

1540 VALDORA ST. DAVIS, CA 95616

CONTACT:

BK@BKDESIGNS.COM WWW.BKDESIGNS.COM 408.701.0143

D CONSULTANTS:

EMILY GRISWOLD DIRECTOR OF GATEWAYS HORTICULTURE VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

CONTEXT MAP

0

400'

800'

SCALE: 1:400 PROJECT NORTH CLIENT NAME:

UC DAVIS ARBORETUM EMILY GRISWOLD

C

C PROJECT NAME: PUTAH CREEK AMPHITHEATRE

SHEET LIST TABLE SHEET NUMBER

SHEET TITLE

G-001

COVER SHEET

Landscape Architecture Firm 1540 Valdora Street Davis, California 95618

B

Office: 408.701.0143

ADDRESS:

VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

WEBSITE:

WWW.ARBORETUM.UCDAVIS.EDU

EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS

A-001 A-002

BK DESIGNS

LAYOUT PLAN

A-003

SITE PLAN

A-004

GRADING COORDINATION PLAN

L-001

IRRIGATION PLAN

L-002

PLANTING PLAN

S-001

IRRIGATION DETAILS

S-002

PLANTING DETAILS

B

MARK

DATE

ASSIGNMENT #:

S-003

DRAINAGE DETAILS

C-001

PAVEMENT DETAILS

C-002

Ben Hu

Ben Hu: _______________ Date: 3/18/2015

A

These construction documents contains the following: - Site Plan - Grading Plan - Irrigation Plan - Site Coordinates - Details Sheets

BK DESIGNS

FIRM NAME:

VALLEY OAK COTAGE DAVIS, CALIFORNIA 95616

D

uc davis arboretum, department of human ecology - landscape architecture

The goal of this project is to create construction documents using AutoCAD for a new parkway that will be built on the campus of UC Davis.

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PUTAH CREEK AMPHITHEATRE UC DAVIS ARBORETUM EMILY GRISWOLD

1

collaboration

6

Kevin Sun

DRAWN BY:

DESCRIPTION

3/18/15 BEN HU & KEVIN SUN

CHECKED BY:

MARQ TRUSCOTT

COPYRIGHT:

NONE: PROJECT IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

CATALOG DETAILS SHEET TITLE

C-003

Kevin Sun: ____________________

CATALOG DETAILS

CU-001

STAGE DETAILS

CU-002

SEATWALL DETAILS

CU-003

SIGNAGE DETAILS

A

COVER SHEET

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3

4

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LEGEND SYMBOL

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NAME

CONTOUR ELEVATIONS EXISTING CONTOUR (EVERY 5TH IS HEAVY) PROPOSED CONTOUR (EVERY 5TH IS HEAVY)

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TW

1

2

BW

BOTTOM OF WALL

HPS.

HIGH POINT OF SWALE

LPS

LOW POINT OF SWALE

TSW

TOP OF STAIR WAY

BSW

BOTTOM OF STAIR WAY

G.B.

GRADE BREAK

%

BK DESIGNS

FIRM NAME: ADDRESS:

1540 VALDORA ST. DAVIS, CA 95616

CONTACT:

BK@BKDESIGNS.COM WWW.BKDESIGNS.COM 408.701.0143

SLOPE

P.O.B. D

E

TOP OF WALL

POINT OF BEGINNING

C

CURB

FL

FLOOR LEVEL

EG

EXISTING GRADE

G

GRADE

D CONSULTANTS:

P

EMILY GRISWOLD DIRECTOR OF GATEWAYS HORTICULTURE VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

PAVEMENT REFERENCE NOTES

COUNT

NAME

1

BASIN WALL

CLIENT NAME:

UC DAVIS ARBORETUM EMILY GRISWOLD

C

C PROJECT NAME: PUTAH CREEK AMPHITHEATRE

2

RETAINING WALL

3

CONSTRUCTION FENCE

4

MAIN WATER LINE

ADDRESS:

VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

WEBSITE:

WWW.ARBORETUM.UCDAVIS.EDU

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4

5

EXISTING TREES

SHEET NOTES B

B

5

1" EXISTING GATE VALVE IN BOX FOR POTABLE WATER

MARK

EXISTING ELECTRICAL JUNCTION BOX

DATE

ASSIGNMENT #:

DESCRIPTION

3/18/15 BEN HU & KEVIN SUN

DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY:

MARQ TRUSCOTT

COPYRIGHT:

NONE: PROJECT IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

SHEET TITLE

A

1

EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS

0

25'

50'

SCALE: 1:25

PROJECT NORTH

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

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EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS

A-001


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5

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REFERENCE NOTES GROUNDCOVER AND LOW SHRUBS SYMBOL 2

TREE ON FLAT SLOPE

DETAILS

TURF AREA

BUFFALO GRASS PLUGS PLACED IN SOD

SWALE AREA

BIORETENTION MIXTURE (60% SAND, 20% COMPOST, 20% TOPSOIL)

PLANTING AREA WITH MULCH

BROWN FOREST RECYCLED MULCH FROM SIERRA ROCK LANDSCAPE MATERIALS ITEM #390 (TEL. 916-791-1154)

DETENTION BASIN

CA NATIVES MIX W/ 1-3' SPACING (ACHILLEA MILLEFOLIUM, CAREX TUMULICOLA, & MUHLENBERGIA RIGENS)

PLANTING BED

ANNUAL/PERENNIAL MIX W/ 1' SPACING (AQUILEGIA FORMOSA, DICENTRA FORMOSA, & ESCHSCHOLZIA CALIFORNICA)

CALIFORNIA GRAY RUSH

JUNCUS PATENS (1 QT, PLACED 2' APART)

S-003

E

4

PLEASE REVIEW OTHER CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT SHEETS FOR REFERENCES

NAME

SHRUB ON FLAT SLOPE

S-003

PLACEMENT OF FURNITURE ARE MARKED AT THEIR CENTER POINTS 1.

IF ACTUAL SITE CONDITIONS VARY FROM WHAT IS SHOWN ON THE PLANS OR IF THERE ARE DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN THE PLANS, CONTACT THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT FOR DIRECTION AS TO HOW TO PROCEED.

3. IF QUANTITIES ON PLANT LIST DIFFER FROM GRAPHIC INDICATIONS THEN GRAPHICS SHALL PREVAIL. 4. TREES TO BE PLANTED A MINIMUM OF 4 FEET FROM PAVEMENT, EXCEPT AS APPROVED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT.

BK DESIGNS

FIRM NAME: ADDRESS:

1540 VALDORA ST. DAVIS, CA 95616

CONTACT:

BK@BKDESIGNS.COM WWW.BKDESIGNS.COM 408.701.0143

5. PRUNE NEWLY PLANTED TREES ONLY AS DIRECTED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT. 6. FINISH GRADES OF PLANTER AREAS SHALL BE 2 INCHES BELOW ADJACENT PAVING OR WAIT UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 7. PROVIDE SPECIFIED EDGING AS DIVIDER BETWEEN PLANTING BEDS.

D

E

2. EXACT LOCATIONS OF PLANT MATERIALS TO BE APPROVED BY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT IN THE FIELD PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJUST PLANTS TO EXACT LOCATION IN FIELD.

D CONSULTANTS:

8. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR WATERING PLANT MATERIAL.

EMILY GRISWOLD DIRECTOR OF GATEWAYS HORTICULTURE

9. A MINIMUM OF 3" LAYER OF MULCH SHALL BE APPLIED ON ALL EXPOSED SOIL SURFACES OF PLANTING AREAS EXCEPT IN TURF AREAS AND DETENTION BASIN.

VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

3

SHRUB ON SLOPE

S-003 1

TREES & SHRUBS

TREE ON SLOPE

S-003

SYMBOL

5

GRASS

S-003

C

COMMON NAME

SCIENTIFIC NAME

SPACING

QUANTITY

SIZING

CALIFORN IA LILAC

CEANOTHUS 'RAY HARTMAN'

8'-0"

21

5 GAL

WESTERN REDBUD

CERCIS OCCIDENTALIS LAGERSTROEMIA INDICA 'SEMINOLE'

CRAPE MYRTLE

CATALINA PRUNUS I. LYONII CHERRY

15'-0"

7

1 GAL

20'-0"

31

1 GAL

CLIENT NAME:

UC DAVIS ARBORETUM EMILY GRISWOLD

C

48'-0"

2

1 GAL

VALLEY OAK

QUERCUS LOBATA

25'-0"

3

5 GAL

EXISTING TREES

N/A

N/A

2

N/A

PROJECT NAME: PUTAH CREEK AMPHITHEATRE ADDRESS:

VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

WEBSITE:

WWW.ARBORETUM.UCDAVIS.EDU

B

B

MARK

DATE

ASSIGNMENT #:

DESCRIPTION

3/18/15 BEN HU & KEVIN SUN

DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY:

MARQ TRUSCOTT

COPYRIGHT:

NONE: PROJECT IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

SHEET TITLE

A

1

PLANTING PLAN

0

25'

50'

A

PLANTING PLAN

SCALE: 1:25

PROJECT NORTH

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3

4

5

6

7

L-002


1

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WORST CONDITION FRICTION LOSS CALCULATIONS IRRIGATION GENERAL LEGEND SYMBOL

S-001-1-1

1 41" 16.91

S-001-1-4 1"

3" S-001-1-5 1"

1" 1"

3 4" 3 4"

3"

141"

1 41" 16.91

141"

141"

S-001-1-7 141"

1 41" 25

3"

3 4"

3 4"

3 4"

141"

3 4"

3 4" 3 4"

1" 141"

3 4"

141"

REMOTE CONTROL VALVE

PGV-101A-S-DC = 1"

S-001-3

1"

3 4"

1"

3 4"

3 4"

S-001-1-9

3"

9.62

1"

1 2"

0.7400

0'-0 1/2"

21

0.9000

0.7400

0'-0 1/2"

3.7200

1.9000

0.7400

0'-0 1/2"

19

3.2400

0.7400

0'-0 1/2"

19

4.8900

0.7400

0'-0 3/4"

19

1.3300

0.7400

0'-0 3/4"

19

1.8600

HUNTER XC-200I

S-001-6

DRIP LINE

HUNTER DRIP CONTROL ZONE KITS ICZ-151

0.7400

0'-0 3/4"

19

PRESSURE MAINLINE

3" SCH 315 PVC

0.7400

0'-0 3/4"

19

2.4700

LATERAL LINE

SCH 200 PVC

0.7400

0'-0 3/4"

19

3.1700

SLEEVING

6" PVC C-900

0.7400

0'-0 3/4"

24.1700

3.9400

0.7400

0'-0 3/4"

17.1100

4.7900

0.7400

0'-1"

4.5800

1.4200

S-001-7

1 2"

NOZZLE

GPM

RADIUS

BODY

DETAIL

MP2000 90 DEG 0.40

20

PROS-24 - PRS40-CV MP2000-90

S-001-8

FITTINGS (15%)

ICV 1 21" 30 3" POC 20GPM

1 2"

3 4"

1"

1 2"

1 2"

B

BK DESIGNS

FIRM NAME: ADDRESS:

1540 VALDORA ST. DAVIS, CA 95616

CONTACT:

BK@BKDESIGNS.COM WWW.BKDESIGNS.COM 408.701.0143

D

1 2"

1 2"

PROS-24 - PRS40-CV MP2000-180

19

PROS-24 - PRS40-CV MP2000-210

S-001-8

0.86

S-001-8

3 4"

3 4"

1 2"

1 2"

VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

2.4400 1.2700 1.5000 0.2100

11.4400

TOTAL FRICTION LOSS @.433 PSI/FT

+/- 4FT

EMILY GRISWOLD DIRECTOR OF GATEWAYS HORTICULTURE

6.0182

CLIENT NAME:

1.7320

UC DAVIS ARBORETUM EMILY GRISWOLD

C

ACTUAL PSI @ HEAD

41.8300

MINIMUM PSI REQUIRED

40.0000

RESIDUAL PRESSURE

1.8300

PROJECT NAME: PUTAH CREEK AMPHITHEATRE ADDRESS:

VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

WEBSITE:

WWW.ARBORETUM.UCDAVIS.EDU

1 2" 1 2"

3 4"

1"

3 4"

19

1" 13.33 1 2"

1"

3"

HUNTER

MP2000 210 DEG

0.74

ELEVATION CHANGE S-001-1-12

1 2"

1"

MP2000 180 DEG

1 41" 17.65

1 2"

1"

3"

1 2" 1 2"

HUNTER

S-001-1-10

3"

3"

1 2"

3"

141"

1 2"

3 4" 3 4"

GATE VALVE

3" 141"

1 2"

1 2"

E

2.4700

SCH 200 PVC 118' CLASS 315 (6.02+2.4 4)X0.15

TOTAL LATERAL PIPELINE LOSS TOTAL MAIN LINE LOSS

1 2"

S-001-1-13

HUNTER

1" 12.62

MP2000 360 DEG

1.47

19

PROS-24 - PRS40-CV MP2000-360

S-001-8

1 2"

1 2"

1 2"

1 2"

1 2"

1 2"

1 2"

SHEET NOTES B MAIN LINE TO BE INSTALLED UNDER THE MAIN SIDEWALKS. MAIN LINE TO BE INSTALLED UNDER THE MAIN SIDEWALKS. ALL SLEEVING SHALL BE PLACED PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF PAVING. SLEEVING ALL SLEEVING SHALL BE PLACED-PRIOR LOCATIONS ARE DIAGRAMMATIC ACTUAL TO INSTALLATION PAVING. SLEEVING FIELD LOCATIONS OF WILL DICTATE LOCATIONS ARESLEEVING DIAGRAMMATIC - ACTUAL LOCATION AND REQUIRED. FIELD LOCATIONS WILL DICTATE LOCATION ANDTO SLEEVING SLEEVES ARE EXTEND REQUIRED. BEYOND THE HARDSCAPE. SLEEVES ARE TO EXTEND BEYOND THE HARDSCAPE. ALL LATERAL IRRIGATION LINES AND FITTINGS ARE SCH 200 PVC. ALL LATERAL LINES AND MAINLINEIRRIGATION PIPE AND FITTINGS ARE FITTINGS SCH 200 PVC. CLASS 315ARE PVC. ALL MAINLINE PIPE AND FITTINGS ARE CLASS PVC. WATER315 FOUNTAIN SUPPLY LINE TO BE DETERMINED BY THE CONTRACTOR AND WATER FOUNTAIN LINE TO BE MUST CONNECT TOSUPPLY 3" PORTABLE WATER DETERMINED CONTROLLER.BY THE CONTRACTOR AND MUST CONNECT TO 3" PORTABLE WATER CONTROLLER. SEE CONTRACTOR FOR SPECS ON PLD DRIP LINE INSTALLATION.

1 2"

1 2"

1

0.9000

DRIP LINE

SYMBOL MANUFACTURER

1 2"

A

21.0800

S-001-4

1"

1 2"

3 4"

1"

1"

3 4"

0'-0 1/2"

CONSULTANTS:

141"

1 2"

1 2"

1 2"

0.2500

0.7400

S-001-5

HUNTER

141"

PSI LOSS

HUNTER PLD-06-24-150

1 2"

1 2"

1 2"

3 4"

16.0800

HUNTER HQ-44RC

1 2"

3 4" 1 2" 1 2"

3 4"

141"

LENGTH

0'-0 1/2"

CONTROL VALVE

1 2"

1 2"

SIZE

0.7400

PLD DRIP LINE

IRRIGATION HEAD LEGEND 3 4"

1 2"

GPM

QUICK COUPLER

3"

1 2"

1 2"

1 2" 3 4"

3 4"

1 2"

1 2"

1 2"

1 " 141"2

1 2"

1"

3 4"

1"

S-001-2

3"

"

1 2" 1 2"

3 4" 1 2"

3 4"

3 4"

1 2"

1 2" 1 2

1 2" 1 2"

3 4" 1 2"

3 4"

3 4"

3 4"

141"

3 4"

3 1" 4"

1 2"

3 4"

141" 141"

1 2"

1 2"

141"

141"

S-001-1-8

1 2"

1 2"

141"

3"

C

1 2" 1 2"

1 2"

3 4" 3 4"

141"

S-001-1-6

S-001-1

NIBCO T-113, LINE SIZED

1 2"

1 2"

1 2" 1 2"

3 4"

3" 141" 19.85

1 2"

1"

11.05

ICZ151-40

GATE VALVE

H

1 2" 1 2"

1 2"

3 4"

3 4"

1" 13.25

1 2"

1"

3 4"

3 4"

S-001-1-11

3"

1 2"

1"

3 4"

1 2"

1"

3"

3 4"

3 4"

3 4" 3 4"

3 4"

3"

10.36

1 2"

1 2" 3 4"

1"

1 41"34"

3"

D

3"

3"

13.23 3"

STATIC PRESSURE: 55 PSI

SYSTEM GPM: 6.02

DETAIL

ICV GLOBE VALVE

H

S-001-1-3 1"

VALVE #A4

MANUFACTURER

LATERAL PIPE LOSSES

1" 12.52 S-001-1-2

E

DESCRIPTION

HUNTER MP2000 DETAIL ON SHEET S-001-8 APPLY FOR ALL MP ROTATORS.

IRRIGATION PLAN

0

25'

50'

MARK

DATE

ASSIGNMENT #:

DESCRIPTION

3/18/15 BEN HU & KEVIN SUN

DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY:

MARQ TRUSCOTT

COPYRIGHT:

NONE: PROJECT IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

SHEET TITLE

A

IRRIGATION PLAN

SCALE: 1:25

PROJECT NORTH

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

L-001


1

2

3

4

5

6

7

LEGEND SYMBOL

55

NAME

CONTOUR ELEVATIONS EXISTING CONTOUR (EVERY 5TH IS HEAVY) PROPOSED CONTOUR (EVERY 5TH IS HEAVY)

E

11.4

2.7

TW

TOP OF WALL

BW

BOTTOM OF WALL

HPS.

HIGH POINT OF SWALE

LPS

LOW POINT OF SWALE

E

363.2 8.0

4.0

4.0

136.2

1

CONTEXT MAP

1

8.0

4.0

MOWCURB

TSW

TOP OF STAIR WAY

BSW

BOTTOM OF STAIR WAY

G.B.

GRADE BREAK

%

SLOPE

P.O.B.

POINT OF BEGINNING

R

RADIUS

TYP.

TYPICAL

+

CENTER OF RADIUS

8.0 BK DESIGNS

FIRM NAME: ADDRESS:

1540 VALDORA ST. DAVIS, CA 95616

CONTACT:

BK@BKDESIGNS.COM WWW.BKDESIGNS.COM 408.701.0143

CU-002

SCALE: 1:100

D

2

D CONSULTANTS:

CEMENT RAMP

C-001

EMILY GRISWOLD DIRECTOR OF GATEWAYS HORTICULTURE VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

SEATWALLS

1 CU-002 REFERENCE NOTES

PLEASE REVIEW OTHER CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT SHEETS FOR REFERENCES

3.8 8.0

PLACEMENT OF FURNITURE ARE MARKED AT THEIR CENTER POINTS

1.5 TYP.

CLIENT NAME:

UC DAVIS ARBORETUM EMILY GRISWOLD

C

C

5.1 TYP.

PROJECT NAME: PUTAH CREEK AMPHITHEATRE

3.1 FOOT BRIDGE

1

ADDRESS:

VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

WEBSITE:

WWW.ARBORETUM.UCDAVIS.EDU

C-002

11.4

1

3.5

AMPHITHEATER

CU-001

8.0

SHEET NOTES B

B

2

PLEASE REFER TO CONTEXT MAP FOR LARGER PERSPECTIVE OF THE POINT OF BEGINNING (P.O.B.)

CEMENT STAIRS

MARK

C-001

DATE

ASSIGNMENT #: DRAWN BY:

DESCRIPTION

3/18/15 BEN HU & KEVIN SUN

CHECKED BY:

MARQ TRUSCOTT

COPYRIGHT:

NONE: PROJECT IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

SHEET TITLE

A

2

LAYOUT PLAN

0

12'

24'

A

LAYOUT PLAN

SCALE: 1:12

PROJECT NORTH

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

A-002


1

2

3

4

6

5

7

E

E

1.5" CRUSHED BANK RUN GRAVEL)

1.5" CRUSHED BANK RUN GRAVEL)

CRUSHED AGGREGATE FOR SHOULDER LEVELING

CRUSHED AGGREGATE FOR SHOULDER LEVELING

BK DESIGNS

FIRM NAME:

D

ADDRESS:

1540 VALDORA ST. DAVIS, CA 95616

CONTACT:

BK@BKDESIGNS.COM WWW.BKDESIGNS.COM 408.701.0143

D CONSULTANTS:

EMILY GRISWOLD DIRECTOR OF GATEWAYS HORTICULTURE

NON-WOVEN GEOTEXTILE FABRIC

4'

VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

NON-WOVEN GEOTEXTILE FABRIC

4'

GRANULAR BACKFILL 3/4" STONE PARTICLE SIZE OF GRANULAR BACKFILL WITHIN 12" ABOVE HDPE-N12 PIPE NOT TO EXCEED 1 1/2"

R3.3" 6"

C

6" PERFORATED POLYVINYL CHLORIDE UNDERDRAIN PIPE

R3.3"

3/4" STONE

6"

CLIENT NAME:

EMILY GRISWOLD PROJECT NAME: PUTAH CREEK AMPHITHEATRE

6" 6" PERFORATED POLYVINYL CHLORIDE UNDERDRAIN PIPE

18"

2

UC DAVIS ARBORETUM

C

6"

ADDRESS:

VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

WEBSITE:

WWW.ARBORETUM.UCDAVIS.EDU

18"

D14 - HDPE DRAINAGE PIPE DETAIL

1

SCALE: NTS

D1 - TYPICAL UNDER DRAIN DETAIL SCALE: NTS

B

B

NATIVE PLANTS PER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT/DESIGNER

MARK

DATE

ASSIGNMENT #:

3:1 SIDE SLOPES MAX, TYP.

DESCRIPTION

3/18/15 BEN HU & KEVIN SUN

DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY:

MARQ TRUSCOTT

COPYRIGHT:

NONE: PROJECT IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

SHEET TITLE

A

A

AMENDED PLANTING SOIL

3

UNDISTURBED NATIVE SUBGRADE OR FILL

BIOSWALE DETAIL

S-003

SCALE: NTS

1

2

3

4

5

6

DRAINAGE DETAILS

7


1

2

3

4

5

18-24" COILED WIRE 10' ROUND VALVE BOX

FINISH GRADE REMOTE CONTROL VALVE MODEL PGV-101A WITH ACU-SYNC-ADJ STANDARD VALVE BOX SCH 80 T.O.E. NIPPLE

E

FILTER FABRIC BARRIER

BRONZE WEDGE

3 4" MINUS WASHED GRAVEL MAIN LINE PIPE & FITTINGS MAIN LINE PIPE & FITTINGS PVC SLIP UNION

3

6' DEEP PEA GRAVEL SUMP 6' ADS, LENGTH AS REQUIRED LEEMCO BELL x BELL SELF-RESTRAINED, RESILIENT WEDGE GATE VALVE

STEEL HANDWHEEL NUT SILICON BRONZE STEM BRONZE BONNET BRONZE BODY

BRICK SUPPORTS

D

STANDARD VALVE BOX FINISH GRADE REMOTE CONTROL VALVE MODEL ICZ151-40 WATERPROOF CONNECTORS 18-24" COILED WIRE SCH 80 T.O.E. NIPPLE MAIN LINE PIPE & FITTINGS BRICK SUPPORTS PVC SLIP UNIONS

FINISH GRADE

WATERPROOF CONNECTORS

7

6

E

BK DESIGNS

FIRM NAME:

PVC MAINLINE

RC VALVE (PGV - 101A - S - DC = 1")

2

SCALE: NTS

GATE VALVE (NIBCOT - 113, LINE SIZED)

1

SCALE: NTS

ICV GLOBE VALVE (ICZ151 - 40)

ADDRESS:

1540 VALDORA ST. DAVIS, CA 95616

CONTACT:

BK@BKDESIGNS.COM WWW.BKDESIGNS.COM 408.701.0143

D

SCALE: NTS

CONSULTANTS:

EMILY GRISWOLD DIRECTOR OF GATEWAYS HORTICULTURE VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

MINIMUM CLEARANCE FOR DOOR OPENING

FINISH GRADE MODEL HQ-44RC QUICK COUPLER VALVE

FLUSH VALVE

CONTROL WIRE IN ELECTRICAL CONDUIT. SIZE AND TYPE PER LOCAL CODE

10" ROUND VALVE BOX

HUNTER PLD-06-24-150 DRIP LINE

3 4"

HUNTER PLD TEE

1 2"

PREFABRICATED SWING JOINT

MODEL IC-200i

5

SCALE: NTS

EMILY GRISWOLD

LATERAL PIPE TO PLANTING BED DRIP CONTROL VALVE HUNTER: MODEL ICZ-101-40

4

SCALE: NTS

ADDRESS:

VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

WEBSITE:

WWW.ARBORETUM.UCDAVIS.EDU

DRIP LINE (HUNTER PLD - 06 - 24 - 150) SCALE: NTS

B

FINISH GRADE SUPER JUMBO VALVE BOX LATERAL PIPE AND FITTINGS

MARK

PVC SLIP UNION 18-24" COILED WIRE WATERPROOF CONNECTORS FINISH GRADE DRIP ZONE KIT

SCH 80 NIPPLE LATERAL TEE OR ELL

NOT IN USE

MAIN LINE PIPE & FITTINGS BRICK SUPPORTS A

HEAD (MP ROTATOR MP2000)

7

SCALE: NTS

2

3

MINUS WASHED GRAVEL

MARQ TRUSCOTT

COPYRIGHT:

NONE: PROJECT IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

IRRIGATION DETAILS

S-001

SCALE: NTS

4

CHECKED BY:

SHEET TITLE

A

DRIPLINE (HUNTER DRIP CONTROL ZONE KITS ICZ - 151)

DESCRIPTION

3/18/15 BEN HU & KEVIN SUN

DRAWN BY:

SCH 80 T.O.E. NIPPLE

3 4"

DATE

ASSIGNMENT #:

MODEL ICZ-151-40 WITH FILTER REGULATOR 40 PSI

LATERAL PIPE 1 2" MARLEX STREET ELLS

1

UC DAVIS ARBORETUM

PROJECT NAME: PUTAH CREEK AMPHITHEATRE

QUCIK COUPLER (HUNTER HQ - 44RC)

RECLAIMED CAP MODEL #45825X MODEL PROS-12-PRS4--CV WITH "CV" OPTION INSTALLED

8

CLIENT NAME: C

MAIN LINE TEE OR ELL

IRRIGATION CONTROLLER (HUNTER XC-200I)

B

TUBING STAKE LATERAL TO PLD CONNECTION

MAIN LINE PIPE

NOTES: 1. SPECIFY 6, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42 STATION MODEL CONTROLLER. MOUNT CONTROLLER WITH LCD SCREEN AT EYE LEVEL. CONTROLLER SHALL BE HARD-WIRED TO GROUNDED 110 or 220 VAC SOURCE

6

MINUS GRAVEL

#4 REBAR W. SS HOSE CLAMPS

POWER SUPPLY CONDUIT J BOX INSIDE CONTROLLER CONNECT PER LOCAL CODE

C

F

5

6

7


1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Dripline

Dripline

NOTES: 1. PLANTING PIT SHALL BE THE DEPTH AND TWO TIMES THE WIDTH OF THE ROOTBALL. PLANT SO THAT TOP OF ROOTBALL IS 1" ABOVE FINISHED GRADE. 2. STAKE JUST BELOW FIRST BRANCHES OR AS NECESSARY FOR FIRM SUPPORT. REMOVE ALL NURSERY STAKES.

TREE TIES, SEE SPECS. FOR MFR. E

E

(2) 2"X2" LODGEPOLE PINE STAKES TO GO 30" BELOW SCARIFIED SOIL

TO FIRST BRANCHING

SL

OP

E

MULCH, HOLD BACK 3" FROM CROWN IRRIGATION, PER PLAN

ROOTBALL

FORM 4" BASIN, EXCEPT IN LAWN ROOTBALL

CONTACT:

BK@BKDESIGNS.COM WWW.BKDESIGNS.COM 408.701.0143

CONSULTANTS:

3"

30"

EMILY GRISWOLD DIRECTOR OF GATEWAYS HORTICULTURE

PLANTING BACKFILL, SEE SPECS. (PUDDLE & SETTLE)

VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

EXISTING SUBGRADE

2x ROOTBALL

EXISTING SUBGRADE

NOTES: PLANT SO THAT TOP OF ROOTBALL IS 1" ABOVE FINISHED GRADE. STAKE JUST BELOW FIRST BRANCHES OR AS NECESSARY FOR FIRM SUPPORT. PLACE CONSTRUCTION FENCE 5FT. FROM DRIP LINE.

2

1540 VALDORA ST. DAVIS, CA 95616

D

BACKFILL MIX 2x ROOTBALL

ADDRESS:

ROOTBALL FERTILIZER TABLET, SEE SPECS. FOR MFR. AND APPLICATION RATES

FERTILIZER TABLET, SEE SPECS. FOR MFR. AND APPLICATION RATES

36"

BK DESIGNS

FIRM NAME:

6" WATERING BASIN

MULCH, HOLD BACK 3" FROM CROWN

3"

D

TREE TIE, SEE SPECS. FOR MFR.

IRRIGATION, PER PLAN FG

ROOTBALL

TO FIRST BRANCHING

(2) 2"X2" LODGEPOLE PINE STAKES TO GO 30" BELOW SCARIFIED SOIL AS REQUIRED, JUTE MATTING TO STABILIZE SLOPE. TUCK INTO PIT 18" MIN. AND BACKFILL. STAPLE MATTING INTO SOIL AS NEEDED. WIDTH TO EXTEND 12" BEYOND PLANT PIT.

NOTES: PLANT SO THAT TOP OF ROOTBALL IS 1" ABOVE FINISHED GRADE. STAKE JUST BELOW FIRST BRANCHES OR AS NECESSARY FOR FIRM SUPPORT. PLACE CONSTRUCTION FENCE 5FT. FROM DRIP LINE.

TREE PLANTING ON SLOPE

TREE PLANTING ON FLAT SURFACE

1

SCALE: NTS

SCALE: NTS

CLIENT NAME:

UC DAVIS ARBORETUM EMILY GRISWOLD

C

C PROJECT NAME: PUTAH CREEK AMPHITHEATRE ADDRESS:

VALLEY OAK COTAGE, DAVIS CA 95616

WEBSITE:

WWW.ARBORETUM.UCDAVIS.EDU

NOTE: PLANTING PIT SHALL BE THE DEPTH AND TWO TIMES THE WIDTH OF THE ROOTBALL.

5"

PLANT SO THAT TOP OF ROOTBALL IS 1" ABOVE FINISHED GRADE. REMOVE ALL NURSERY STAKES. IRRIGATION, PER PLAN

30"

IRRIGATION, PER PLAN

MIX MORTAR SOIL

FG

SL

6" WATERING BASIN

BARK MULCH, HOLD BACK 3" FROM CROWN

OP

E

BARK MULCH, HOLD BACK 3" FROM CROWN

B

B

ROOTBALL

ROOTBALL FERTILIZER TABLET, SEE SPECS. FOR MFR. AND APPLICATION RATES

UNDISTURBED SOIL

2x ROOTBALL

MARK

ROOTBALL

ASSIGNMENT #:

4

1

2

3

3"

SHRUB PLANTING ON SLOPE

3

SCALE: NTS

4

MARQ TRUSCOTT

COPYRIGHT:

NONE: PROJECT IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

2x ROOTBALL

EXISTING SUBGRADE

SHEET TITLE

A

SCALE: NTS

CHECKED BY:

EXISTING SUBGRADE

A

GRASS DETAIL

DESCRIPTION

3/18/15 BEN HU & KEVIN SUN

DRAWN BY:

NOTE: PLANTING PIT SHALL BE THE DEPTH AND TWO TIMES THE WIDTH OF THE ROOT BALL. PLANT SO THAT TOP OF ROOTBALL IS 1" ABOVE FINISHED GRADE. REMOVE ALL NURSERY STAKES.

5

DATE

FERTILIZER TABLET, SEE SPECS. FOR MFR. AND APPLICATION RATES PLANTING BACKFILL, SEE SPECS. (PUDDLE & SETTLE)

PLANTING BACKFILL, SEE SPECS. (PUDDLE & SETTLE, PLANT AT FINISH GRADE)

3"

45"

ROOTBALL

6" WATERING BASIN

5

SHRUB PLANTING ON FLAT SURFACE SCALE: NTS

6

7

PLANTING DETAILS

S-002


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