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Casey Hagerman

Design Portfolio

PLANNING Mixed Use

Build-to Line

Flexible Use

Required Entry Line

Single Family

Required Entry Points

Multi-Family

Parking Areas

Light Industrial Commercial

Building Height Requirements

Civic

Buildings on build-to lines = 4/6 All other buildings = 2/4

Educational

URBAN DESIGN

ARCHITECTURE REGULATING PLAN


Ecosystem Thinking 20 YEARS IN CONSTRUCTION LEED PROJECT MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE DESIGN GUIDELINES AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION HAZARDS, DISASTERS & CLIMATE CHANGE PLANNING STAKEHOLDER AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT I am developing a broad skillset to address today’s complex issues, with the goal of crafting healthy, resilient, and beautiful environments. This “ecosystem” is sustained by three major principles:

Collaborate Early and Often I believe in a cross-disciplinary process where input from all stakeholders and team-members occurs not only at the beginning of a project, but throughout. Dialogue and an inclusive process identifies the constraints, the needs, the context, and the driving concepts that focuses a project and makes it successful.

Address All Scales I like to analyze a project from traffic to gaskets, switching scales to help form the pieces into a unified whole. Designing a project for a functional urban pattern, a beautiful and economical building form, and an inspiring user experience makes for a truly sustainable built environment.

Learn, Adapt and Improve Evaluating projects during and after completion helps ensure optimum performance and customer satisfaction, and provides vital lessons to improve the process for next time. This iterative cycle reflects my need to constantly pay attention to the big picture as well as the fine details.


Planning Projects & Reports

DESIGN GUIDELINES & HISTORIC PRESERVATION

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION

CLIMATE ADAPTATION ASSESSMENT


Planning

HAZARD VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT

DISASTER PLANNING TEMPLATE

COASTAL RESILIENCE PLANNING


Nhon Hoi EcoDistrict Master Planning Quy Nhon, Vietnam

ECODISTRICT ELEMENTS

NHON HOI ECODISTRICT

Wildlife & Habitat Reserve

Wind Energy Zone

Solar Energy Zone

architecture studio, 2013 collaborative team of 4 New pedestrian oriented city for 100,000 on undeveloped, flood-prone dunes Conserves native habitat with compact form and setback from the sea Extensive green infrastructure for drainage, parks and green streets Form based code with shifting grid of streets creates organic infill Plan presented to developer working for Vietnamese government

Constructed Wetland

Development Zone

Conservation Easement


Urban Design

REGULATING PLAN


Nhon Hoi EcoDistrict Master Planning Quy Nhon, Vietnam

GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE


Urban Design

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ILLUSTRATIVE PLAN

300 m


Nhon Hoi EcoDistrict Master Planning Quy Nhon, Vietnam

THE TEMPLE

THE BOARDWALK


Urban Design

PARKWAY DISTRICT

DISTRICT CHARACTER


MidRiver Place Urban Redevelopment Springfield, Oregon

EXISTING CONDITIONS

COMMUNITY CATALYST

McKenzie River

RIVER TO RIVER TRAIL

Harvest Landing Park Hayden Bridge

Page Park

Pioneer Parkway

New Ped Bridge Q Street Canal

planning studio, 2012 collaborative team of 5 11-acre commercial property redeveloped for mixed-use housing and services

Willamalane Park

126

MidRiver Place New Park

Island Park

14th

Downtown

28th Main St

New trail system to link rivers through the neighborhood and site Addressed neighborhood upzoning, street treatments, and vaffordable housing

32nd St Community Park

Dorris Ranch

New Park Clearwater Park

Plan presented to City of Springfield & owner-developer of property

Willammette River


Supportive Services

Daycare Center

I8TH STREE

Urban Design

Affordable Housing

MO HA WK B

LV D.

SCOTT ROAD

MARKET STREET

MidRiver Main Street

M

Townhomes

STR EE T

M STREET

Pedestrian Street

Produce Market

L STREET

MARKET STREET

CENTENNIAL BLVD.

Food Carts

MO HA WK B

LV D.

I8 TH STREET

MidRiver Square

J STREET

J STREET

REET

Small Lots w/ Bioswales

Education and Training

Car Share System


Floodplain Fellowship Artist in Residence Museum Willamette Valley, Oregon

architecture studio, 2014 30K sf live/work facility for interdisciplinary environmental artists 80 acre restoration site and experimentation grounds Integration with hydrology and biofiltration of water resources

FELLOWSHIP FORMULA: ELEMENTS FOR INNOVATION

10 ARTISTS

ARTISTIC VARIETY

80 ACRES

COLLABORATIVE THRESHOLD

CURRENT UNSUSTAINABLE PARADIGM C

NEW REGENERATIVE PARADIGM

30k SQUARE FEET

LANDSCAPE INTIMACY

SPATIAL DIVERSITY

AESTHETIC EXPERIMENTATION

ARCHITECTURAL IMMERSION

SYSTEM EXPRESSION


Architecture

APPROACH

COURTYARD


Floodplain Fellowship Artist in Residence Museum Willamette Valley, Oregon

A RENEWED SITE: CREATING AN ECOLOGICAL STEPPING STONE coast range

local movement

willamette river

seasonal migration

SITE PRESERVATION & RESTORATION

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PRESERVE OLIVER’S BUTTE UPLAND FOREST & DRAW THE OREGON WHITE OAKS DOWN TO THE SITE

ECOSYSTEM SERVICES

A NEW POND PROVIDES HABITAT FOR NATIVE AND MIGRATORY SPECIES, FLOODWATER RETENTION & WASTEWATER TREATMENT

FLOOD RESILIENCE

USING SOIL EXCAVATED FOR THE POND, RAISE THE BUILDING SITE ABOVE THE 50 YEAR FLOODLINE


Architecture

Oliver’s Butte Preserve

Installations

to Hwy 99 & Monroe

Installations Oak Savanna Rainwater Treatment Berm

Parking Grove

Installations Oak Savanna

Wet Prairie

Installations

Wet Prairie

to Willamette River Installations

SITE PLAN 1 IN = 200 FT

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Floodplain Fellowship Artist in Residence Museum Willamette Valley, Oregon

A LIVING EXAMPLE:

INTEGRATION WITH HYDROLOGY THE HYDROLOGIC CYCLE OF THE FELLOWSHIP SITE IS PUT ON DISPLAY FOR VISITORS BOTH HUMAN AND NON-HUMAN. BY CELEBRATING WATER, IT PUTS ART AND ECOLOGYICAL FUNCTION IN VIEW, CREATING A WHOLISTIC SYSTEM OF FLOW, CAPTURE, TREATMENT AND RELEASE.

RAINWATER CATCHMENT VEGETATED ROOF RAINWATER FALLS

OPERABLE WINDOWS

BIOFILTRATION BERM

FRESH AIR INLET

IC HEAT

SOLAR HYDRON

OR EARTH FLO

THERMAL

MASS

STORAGE

GREYWATER TO TOILETS

STORAGE

WATERFALL RECIRCULATION POTABLE H20 TO SINKS & SHOWERS

RAINWATER FALLS

CARBON + UV FILTERS

SEPTIC TANK

WEST EXTERIOR

BLACKWATER TO WETLAND


Architecture

GREYWATER TO POND & LANDSCAPE

RAINFALL: 52 IN/YR ROOF AREA: 22,500 SF CATCHMENT: 535,000 GAL/YR WATER USE: 380,000 GAL/YR DIRECT RELEASE: 155,000 GAL/YR


Floodplain Fellowship Artist in Residence Museum Willamette Valley, Oregon

MECH.

BATH

BR

PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM

BATH

DINING

BUILD SPACE

KITCHEN

MUD ROOM

TO MAIN ENTRANCE

LIVING ROOM DECK

BUILD SPACE SHOP (LOFT ABOVE)

MECH. JAN.

STORAGE/ LOADING

STUDIO

PERFORMANCE COURT

STUDIO

WETLAND

OPEN STUDIOS

STUDIO

STUDIO BACK PORCH

STUDIO SCULPTURE COURT OFFICE GREY BOX

TRAIL TO INSTALLATIONS

WOMENS

STORAGE

MECH.

MENS

GALLERY

VIEW TERRACE

BIO FILTRATION SYSTEM

RAINWATER FALL

ENTRANCE

TO PARKING GROVE

FLOOR PLAN 1/16 IN = 1 FT


Architecture

GALLERY

ARTIST WORK SPACE

ARTIST RESIDENCE


Floodplain Fellowship Artist in Residence Museum Willamette Valley, Oregon

gravel edge strip metal flashing

roof plants engineered soil

LVL fascia

LiveRoof deep module EPDM slip sheet waterproof membrane 3" EPS rigid insul. insul. adhesive duct/chase

4x8 DF joists 24" o.c.

3x12 wood I-joist 24" o.c.

2x6 T&G sheathing

5/8" gypsum ceiling

insulated header (2 x 24 LVL + EPS insul)

6 3/4 x 24 glulam beam (8' o.c.) 6 3/4 x 6 3/4 glulam post w/ hidden steel spline sliding gabion shade/ thermal mass double pane window system

rammed earth exterior walkway

rammed earth floor radiant heat tubing moisture barrier 1" t&g plywood subfloor 3x12 wood i-joists 16" o.c. 8" wool batt insul. waterproof membrane compacted gravel 4" drain pipe compacted soil concrete footing

Sliding Gabion Wall Section (open studios)

Gabion Veneer Wall Section (greybox, shop)

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

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

Vegetated Gabion Wall Section (entry)

Gabion Retention Wall Section (approach)

Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0"

Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0"


Architecture

EARTH & WATER

TIMBER

TIMBER, GLASS & ROCK

EARTH & ROCK


The Wraparound Mixed Use Housing Eugene, Oregon

architecture studio, 2013 52 units on 3.5 acres, with road and riverfront bike trail access Mixed-rate units, based on two-bedroom module ‘Front Porch’ commercial on street and ‘Back Porch’ bike-in commercial overlay zone on river path draft module facade

CONCEPTS conserve existing trees & open space

create primary, secondary and bike entrances

break up parking and green the street 12 9 2

8 9 7


Architecture


The Wraparound Mixed Use Housing Eugene, Oregon

THE FRONT PORCH

THE FOURPLEX


Architecture

THE DUPLEX

THE BACK PORCH The Back Porch flex use & community space

THE SINGLE FAMILY


UO Center for Islamic Studies Education & Worship Eugene, Oregon

architecture studio, 2011 Campus Islamic education center, mosque, and social space Includes library, classrooms, courtyards and offices Complex plan shifts building grid and orients worship space towards Mecca Two-dome ceiling gives women’s worship balcony a priviledged view


Architecture

MODEL OF MOSQUE INTERIOR

MOSQUE EXTERIOR


UO Center for Islamic Studies Education & Worship Eugene, Oregon


Architecture

GLIMPSE OF MECCA COURT

MAIN COURTYARD FACING MOSQUE

PLAN

MODEL OF COMPLEX


Italian Art Academy Urban Live/Work Portland, Oregon

architecture studio, 2011 Studios for 20 visiting artists from Italy in diverse disciplines Public gallery and workshops, library, research labs and terrace Design responds to adjacent park, solar access and the bend in the river


Architecture

vegetated catchment canopy

apartments & roof deck

solar gain circulation space

large studios w/south light

small studios & veranda

offices & common area

public library & research center

gallery, public studios & cafe

ground source heating/cooling


Held - an easy chair Furniture Design Eugene, Oregon


Architecture

furniture studio, 2012 Chair design inspired by how a hand grips an object tight Solid ash, ash veneer over bent plywood Hidden fasteners for a delicate stance

17”

31”

17.5”

15.5”

24”

22.5”

17”


Brick Exterior Wall Details Construction Documents Eugene, Oregon

enclosures course, 2013 steel and brick facade wall glass and steel rain canopy

3

4

1

WALL ELEVATION

2

WALL SECTION


Architecture Precast Concrete Lintel Lintel Setting Dowell Continuous Caulk Bead Moisture, Vapor & Air Barrier Flexible Sealant

Metal Flashing EPDM Roofing

1/2" Densglass Sheathing

10" 20g Steel Studs w/ Batt Insulation

Moisture, Air & Vapor Barrier

Weather Barrier 3" Rigid Insul.

Flexible Brick Ties every 16" typ

3/4" Cover Board Metal Decking

3" Rigid Insul.

4x4x3/8 Sq Tubing

1" Air Gap

Wood Interior Wall Board

Modular Brick Veneer

3

PARAPET DETAIL 3" Rigid Foam 1" Air Gap Modular Brick Veneer

1/2" Densglass Sheathing w/ Weather Barrier 8x8x1/2 Shelf Bracket (bolted to columns)

Weep Hole Metal Angle Flashing (caulked)

Interior Wood Wallboard 10" x 20g Steel Studs

Glass Canopy Steel Canopy Support Brackets (all joints welded) 4x7 Rec Tubing Aluminum Cover

4

CANOPY DETAIL

8x8x3/8 Sq Tubing

Wood Jamb Extension Kawneer 451 Transom & Door System


Casey Hagerman

caseyghagerman@gmail.com 541.337.7947

EDUCATION M. Arch. University of Oregon M. Community & Regional Planning University of Oregon Certificate of Ecological Design University of Oregon B.A. Philosophy Oklahoma State University

Planning

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Planning Intern: Design & Historic Preservation Guidelines City & County of San Francisco Planning Department

Natural Hazards Planning Assistant: Climate Resilience

Architecture

LEED Project Coordinator

Construction

Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience—Eugene, OR

Lead Carpenter & Project Manager

UO Campus Planning, Real Estate & Construction

Architecture Intern: drafting, modeling, specifications Pahana Known Architects—Mill Valley, CA Dana Bixby Architecture—West Stockbridge, MA

HDR Remodeling—Berkeley, CA Green Builders of Marin—Novato, CA

Building Trades Instructor: framing, plan reading City College of San Francisco


Design Portfolio