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cgh charles garvin hunt


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charles gar vin hunt

1102 Nutwood Street Bowling Green, KY 42013

hunt.charles02@gmail.com 1 270 799 4135

Education University of Kentucky

may 2014

--Bachelor of Science, Landscape Architecture | 3.8 Major GPA --Minor in Plant and Soil Sciences

Work Experience America Leedscape Planning and Design Co., LTD | beijing, china

june 2014 - october 2014

--Produced a conceptual master plan for Qionghai Jiaji Wan Quanhe River West Bank Development competition. --Assisted in client relations between Leedscape, Design Workshop, and Raissun Investment for Thaiwoo Ski Resort in Chongli, China. --Created and oversaw the production of the design development phase of the workers’ dormitory and youth hostel section of the Thaiwoo Ski Resort. (Design, Layout, Grading, Lighting, Planting, and Details)

Design Workshop | aspen, co

winter 2012 & 2013

--Publication editing of Design Workshop’s Document Standards book including graphic production, layout, and text editing. --Assisted in the initial design phase and conceptual drawings of streetscape improvements in Great Falls, MT. --Created AutoCad and Photoshop renderings of potential streetscape improvements in Great Falls, MT. --Gathered and prepared material for a Parks and Open Space Qualification Package to be used for future project proposals.

University of Kentucky Facilities Information Services | lexington, ky

october 2012-current

--Assisted the University of Kentucky in updating and creating accurate floor plans for every university building. --Standardized AutoCad base maps to be converted to ArcGIS base maps for data collection. --Converted the AutoCad base maps in ArcGIS and populated numerous sets of data to be used for appropriate funding and billing.

Lewis and Clark River Expeditions | jackson hole, wy

summer 2011-2013

--River Guide responsible for the safety of customers and other individuals interacting with the Snake River. --Coordinated with eight guides and nine other companies to maintain a safe and fun environment. --Personally responsible for making this experience the most memorable part of each customer’s vacation.

Garvins | bowling green, ky

summer 2008-2010

--Landscape maintenance for Garvins estate wide properties. --Worked with Page Duke Landscape Architects in landscape installation and renovations of the original Camping World building. --Planned and laid out thoroughbred race horse pastures.


Computer Skills --AutoCad 2011, Adobe CS6 (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop), Google Sketch-Up, Arcmap 10

Academic Awards --2014: ASLA Honor Award --2014: KYASLA Honor Award | LexconNEXT Trolley Study (G) --2013-2014: Warren County Alumni Scholar --2011-2014: Stephen James I Memorial Scholar --2012-2014: Agricultural Phone-a-thon Scholar --2013: ProgressLex Micro-Grant Winner: LexconNEXT Trolley Study (G) --2013: University of Kentucky Academic Excellence Scholar --2012: Design Workshop’s Design Week Best Overall Project (G) --2012: Design Workshop’s Design Week: Outstanding Academic Exploration --2011/2012/2013: Agricultural Deans List

Service/Activities --2013-2014: Ambassador, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture --2013: Member, University of Kentucky Agriculture Student Council --2013: President, University of Kentucky Student Chapter ASLA --2013: Student Representative, KY ASLA --2013: Volunteer, Bernheim Forest Landscape Architect --2012-2013: Class Representative, Landscape Architecture --2012: Participant, Design Week Charrette with Design Workshop --Member, Sigma Chi fraternity

References --Kurt Culbertson | Chairman and CEO | Design Workshop | Aspen, CO

kculbertson@designworkshop.com

970 948 5557

--Mike Tunte | Associate | Design Workshop | Aspen, CO

mtunte@designworkshop.com

970 925 8354

--James Peck | Owner | Lewis and Clark River Expeditions | Jackson Hole, WY

gowyo@wyoming.com

307 730 4022

--Tom Nieman | Professor | Landscape Architecture | Lexington, KY

tnieman@uky.edu

859 552 3532

--Ned Crankshaw | Chair | Landscape Architecture | Lexington, KY

ncranksh@uky.edu

859 771 5328

--Carolina Segura | Lecturer | Landscape Architecture | Lexington, KY

carolina.segura@uky.edu

970 274 2250


professional work 01 | Qionghai Jiaji Wan Quanhe River West Bank Development 02 | Thaiwoo Ski Resort

student work 03 | Coldstream Multi-Generational Fitness Facility 04 | NuLu Multi-Use Urban Park 05 | EPA Campus Rainworks 06 | Design Week 2012

independent research & internship 07 | LexconNEXT Trolley Study | KYASLA Honor Award 08 | Great Falls, MT Streetscape | Design Workshop


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Qiong Hai Jiaji Wan Quanhe West Bank Development Qiong Hai, Chin a * Qiong Hai Design Competition winner Sir Ebenezer Howard initiated an urban planning method in 1898 called The Garden City Movement. Garden cities were intended to be planned, self-contained communities surrounded by “greenbelts,” containing proportionate areas of residences, industry, and agriculture. Leedscape focused around this idea of The Garden City and presented the client with a thorough design document outlining the following: current conditions, design concept, planning, and conceptual design. With only two weeks for preparation, collaboration and time management were key to meet a strict deadline. My responsibilities included the conceptual design of waterfront and adjacent properties, as well as oversight of the rendering process. (Design entry available upon request) GUANGZHOU GUIGANG

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MACAU YANGJIANG FANGCHENGGANG

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泛珠三角经济圈 QIONGZHOU STRAIT

HAIKOU QIONG HAI

SANYA

NANHAI SEA

HONG KONG


Birds eye of Qiong Hai


The Idea of the Garden City "Town and country must be married, and out of this joyous union will spring a new hope, a new life, a new civilization." - Sir Ebenezer Howard

garden city model

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Tourism and Recreation service retail outdoor dining walking trails running trails swimming camping city walking city running cycling habitat preservation scenery water show theatre cafe food & beverage craft workshops festival culture motor boat canoing sailing fishing

Monthly Activities


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Thaiwoo Ski Resort Workers Dormitory & Youth Hostel Chongli, China With the combined efforts of leaders in ski resort design, the Thaiwoo Ski Resort will be the model for all asian ski resorts. Leedscape was charged with the critical task of completing the construction documentation phase of the entire resort, as well as the design of the Workers Dormitory and Youth Hostel. After weekly meetings and numerous design revisions, I was able to proceed to the design development phase of the area. With the help of Design Workshop’s Document Standards book, I was able to create and oversee roughly 75% completion of the DD set. It was an incredible learning process, and it has prepared me to aid in tackling any step in the design process. Client | Raissun Investment Sun Juan njfusunjuan@126.com

Lead Designer Charlie Hunt hunt.charles02@gmail.com

Evan Peterson epete14@tigers.lsu.edu

Peter Pan peter.pan@leedscape.com.cn

Render Team Ethan Wang ethan.wang@leedscape.com.cn

Tony 1137117067@99.com


Birds eye of the Workers Dormitory and Youth Hostel


professional work 01 | Qionghai Jiaji Wan Quanhe River West Bank Development 02 | Thaiwoo Ski Resort

student work 03 | Coldstream Multi-Generational Fitness Facility 04 | NuLu Multi-Use Urban Park 05 | EPA Campus Rainworks 06 | Design Week 2012

independent research & internship 07 | LexconNEXT Trolley Study | KYASLA Honor Award 08 | Great Falls, MT Streetscape | Design Workshop


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Coldstream Multi-Generational Fitness Facility Lex ington, KY The University of Kentucky Landscape Architecture program prides itself on their courses revolving around construction documentation and implementation. Throughout the five year program, students encounter the following courses: Grading and Drainage, Materials and Methods, and Working Drawings. Beginning with conceptual design, I went through the entire design process up to a set of working drawings that encompassed the layout, grading, drainage, lighting, planting, and irrigation plans. This process was further reinforced with my involvement in publication editing of Design Workshop’s Document Standards book. The rigorous class schedule was designed around an office environment, teaching me how to design smart and efficiently. * PDF of full set can be presented upon request

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Deck/Rest Area

Station 4

Detention Basin 2 Station 2 Station 1

Trail Head

Station 9

Station 8

Station 3

Trash & Service Area

Asphalt Detail

Observation/ Demonstration Area Adult Fitness Area

Main Building 1800sqft Pedestrian Cross-Walk & Car Drop-off

Station 10

Station 11

Station 18

Children’s/Senior Play Area

Private Meeting Area

Bike Parking

12 Spot Parking Lot

Station 15

Station 13

Station 14

Station 17

Station 16

Detention Basin 1

Station 12

Pedestrian Access (Legacy Trail Access)

Main Entrance

Master Plan

Freestanding Stone Veneer Wall Detail


Planting

Deciduous Tree Planting Detail

Evergreen Tree Planting Detail

Shrub Planting Detail


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Functional and interactive landforms


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NuLu Multi-Use Urban Park Louisville, KY NuLu, a growing, hip district along Market St. in Louisville, KY is comprised of two historic neighborhoods. The district has transformed considerably in the past six years, however the opportunity exists to build on established momentum in additional areas. The NuLu Multi-Use Urban Park is a project designed to repurpose an old brownfield site into an urban park in the heart of this diverse community. This park regenerated an existing brownfield park, adopting a multi-use building and two plazas in its heart. The public plaza will house an outdoor eatery, public performance stage, and various spaces to sit and relax. The private plaza offers a peaceful relaxation space. Both plazas and a multi-use building in NuLu’s Urban Park will be vital additions to the area.


Inside NuLu’s Urban Park


Louisville, KY East Market District

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NuLu Multi-Use Urban Park

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I- 65 or Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Expressway

Louisville Slugger Field

Ohio River

East Market Street

US 31 & Clark Memorial Bridge

KFC Yum Center

Section of Resident’s Courtyard


E Market St.

Property Boundaries

S Shelby St

Historic Map

Mixed use residential Public Plaza

Building Footprints

Open Space & Sheds

Design thought process

building

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Resident’s Courtyard

Industrial Machine Yard NuLu ‘s Urban Park


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EPA Campus Rainworks Challenge Lex ington, KY The group project focused on the southern portion of the University of Kentucky and edge of downtown Lexington to create a model for storm water management through design, education, and community outreach. Outdoor classrooms, wetland habitats, underground cisterns, porous paving, and signage were integrated into the design to help inform and mitigate Lexington’s current water management practices.

Elevation and Hydrology

Circulation, Bikeability, Walkability

Existing Impervious Surfaces and Vegetation

Building Usage Inventory and Analysis


Wetland Habitat


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Sunken Plaza Drainage Basin

Wetland Habitat

South Limestone Avenue

East Maxwell Street Good Samaritan Hospital

Athletic Fields Arboretum

Pedestrian Walkway & Bridge Memorial Coliseum Wetland Drainage Basin

Gateway Plaza Avenue of Champions A’

Section A-A’ through Lexington Ave.

Master Plan


The Sunken Plaza as a Drainage Basin


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Design Week 2012 Lex ington, KY * Design Week Best Overall Project Design Week is a week-long design charrette hosted by Design Workshop. Students from all studios collaborated with professors and two landscape architects from Design Workshop, Kurt Culbertson and Ed Krafcik. Students were asked to redesign an abandoned railroad segment that is planned to be the “front door” to the University of Kentucky. Our group took this abandoned segment and solved the design problem by transforming it into a multi-functioning open space for visitors and students. We integrated a multi-use trail with public open space for studying, eating, and socializing. This once dilapidated railroad has been given an identity and will serve as an exceptional “front door” to the University of Kentucky.

Dumb Plan

As project leader, I facilitated individual tasks, coordinated with Design Workshop and professors, and aided in the development of the master plan and final presentation. Refined Plan

Historic Train Cafe and Linear Park

Preferred Plan


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professional work 01 | Qionghai Jiaji Wan Quanhe River West Bank Development 02 | Thaiwoo Ski Resort

student work 03 | Coldstream Multi-Generational Fitness Facility 04 | NuLu Multi-Use Urban Park 05 | EPA Campus Rainworks 06 | Design Week 2012

independent research & internship 07 | LexconNEXT Trolley Study | KYASLA Honor Award 08 | Great Falls, MT Streetscape | Design Workshop


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LexconNEXT Trolley Study Lex ington, KY * ProgressLex Micro-Grant Winner & KYASLA Honor Award Lexington, KY, the second largest city in Kentucky, is home to a very rich history. The LexconNext Trolley Study was a collaborative effort involving four landscape architecture students, an urban developer (Griffin Vanmeter), a local urban designer and planner (Louis Johnson), and the CEO of Lexington’s public transit system (Rocky). The students were asked to analyze the existing trolley, history of Lexington, and public views and stigmas of public transit. Once the information was gathered we set out to provide design solutions for several prominent issues; consistent wayfinding, public awareness, readable transit maps, and the overall look and feel of the trolley.

A Vision for the Future of Connectivity in Lexington Jared Kaelin, Charlie Hunt, Achan Sookying, Margaret Maloney


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Alternative Trolley Stop: Business Input I’m seperated from my better half...

I’m so lonely here...

Alternative Trolley Stop: Public Art

Where am I??!? What time does the bus get here?

Way-finding Issues


existing routes

length of route

critical mass

blue route.....6 miles green route.....2 miles total.....8 miles

length of route red route.....4.0 miles blue route.....4.3 miles green route.....3.1 miles total.....11.4 miles

number of stops

number of stops

blue route.....28 green route.....19

buses needed

red route.....10 blue route.....10 green route.....07

blue route.....02 green route.....02

buses needed red route.....02 blue route.....02 green route.....01

two loop w/ circulator

length of route

red route.....3.3 miles blue route.....2.4 miles green route.....2.2 miles total.....7.9 miles

number of stops

two loop with nodes

length of route red route.....4.6 miles blue route.....4.7 miles total.....9.3 miles

number of stops red route.....11 blue route.....09

red route.....08 blue route.....08 green route.....06

buses needed

buses needed

red route.....02 blue route.....02

red route.....02 blue route.....01 green route.....01 Diagrammatic Bus Routes


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Great Falls Streetscape G reat Falls, MT The past two winters I had the privilege of working with Design Workshop’s Aspen Office. While interning, I had the opportunity to work on various projects; From design of streetscape improvements in downtown Great Falls, MT, to graphic and textual improvements to their Document Standards book. Design Workshop taught the skills necessary to work effectively in a professional environment with deadline and budget constraints. The experience at Design Workshop was invaluable and provided a solid foundation for professional development.

The City of Great Falls: Typical Street Proposal

1st Ave S., 2nd Ave. S., 5th St. N., and 6th St. S. oPtion 3

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Project Manager & Urban Planner Mike Tunte mtunte@designworkshop.com

Jessie Young jyoung@designworkshop.com

Streetscape Sections Plan

Scale 1:10


Streetscape corner view


Will you look back on life and say, “I wish I had,” or “I’m glad I did”? -Zig Ziglar


cgh charles garvin hunt 1102 Nutwood Street Bowling Green, KY 42013 hunt.charles02@gmail.com 1 270 799 4135


Charles Garvin Hunt | Design Portfolio