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included are work samples in the following skill sets: capstone project: habitat-complete streets winner of the minnesota landscape architecture capstone merit award, 2011

urban design and pedestrian planning with feet first, 2012-2013 urban wildlife habitat design for 2012 wasla conference with duane dietz of jones and jones urban design and research for district councils collaborative, 2011 long range transportation planning with the national park service, 2010 hayley bonsteel - hbonsteel@gmail.com


capstone project: habitat-complete streets

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habitat-complete streets are designed and operated to enable safe access for users of all kinds-humans and wildlife alike.


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stormwater calculations and demographic analysis of the street inform site design and plant palette


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lanes are designed with minimal construction and full stormwater integration, diagrammed in 3d


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3-d modeling shows lane design for multimodal users, with an eightfoot habitat planter


Eastern Cottonwood (Populus deltoides)

American Elm “Princeton” (Ulmus americana) Green Alder (Alnus crispa) Slender Willow (Salix petiolaris)

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elevations and sections show scale of plantings and street trees compared to existing neighborhood buildings


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civic properties are rendered with habitat-suitable shrubs replacing existing vegetation


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photoshop and on-site photography combine for realistic yet inspired streetscape renderings


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urban design with feet first, 2012-2013

database creation in arcgis yields trends in transportation funding for schools that steer advocacy efforts for pedestrian improvements across the state of washington


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simple, accessible graphics help students and families find safe ways to walk to school in seattle neighborhoods


urban wildlife habitat for wasla conference, 2012

graphics for 2012 wasla presentation show possible designs for streets based on research on wildlife flyways through seattle (presented with duane dietz, jones and jones)


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database creation in arcgis yields trends in transportation issues for public land from survey responses, for priortizing infrastructure upgrades long range transportation planning for national park service, 2010


all work done by hayley bonsteel. hayley received her masters of landscape architecture in may 2011 from the university of minnesota. she currently works for feet first, a pedestrian advocacy organization in seattle. you can contact her by emailing hbonsteel@gmail.com or calling 410-259-2782. please visit http://issuu.com/hayleybonsteel to view this portfolio, her resume, and the book version of her capstone, “habitat-complete streets.�

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