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PORTFOLIO Architecture Designer Pin-Hao Huang


2014 - 2016 Architecture Major, Orange Coast Community College

2014

2017

SketchUp Rhinoceros V-Ray Autocad Adobe Creative Suite Microsoft Office Hand Sketch

LANGUAGE - Chinese - English - Taiwanese

2018

01 526 Mix

Davis ,CA. 2016 Winter

CY Architect

EXPERIENCE

02 Planng For Growth

San Jose, CA. 2017 Spring

03 Midtown Bike Infastructure Sacromento, CA. 2017 Fall

04 Shaping Bay

Eden Landing Ecological Reserve ,CA. 2018 Winter

CY Architect

PROFESIONAL SKILL

2016 - 2018 Landscape Archietcture Major, University of California, Davis

I am now discovering my interests in Architecture and landscape architecture are veering toward sustainable buildings, public space, and urban development. I realized how cost effective the sustainable infrastructure was and the beauty it could cause to the future environment. I believe architectural education never end so it is important to keep my mind open to different aspects of Architecture design.

2016 EDUCATION

My name is Pin-Hao Huang and I am from Taiwan. I enjoyed the green space since I was a kid and my experience with the green fields influenced the growth of my artistic skills. I found my interest in sustainable infrastructure and sustainable buildings started when I was in my first year’s architectural studio class at orange coast community college.

Sacromento City Design Proposals.

2015

EXPERIENCE

Sacromento City Design Proposals. UC Davis/AECOM. Sep2017 - Dec2017.

• Critically examined the opportunity for a passenger rail station in Midtown Sacramento • Proposed design concepts for new midtown Sacromento passenger rail service. • presented design concept to stakeholder at Sacramento city hall


EXPERIENCE Architecure Intern. CY Architect. Jun 2016 - Sep2016, Jun2017 - Aug2017. • Designed large-scale industrial site development for Coating P. Material Company. • Helped senior architect with construction documents. • Inspected construction sites with the senior architect. • Created site analysis and site measurements for the proposed design site.


526 MIX

Downtown Davis Mixed-use

3rd Floor

Responding to the high demand on apartment, and commercial buldings in downtown davis,CA. The primary focus of this project is to provide a mixed-used buldings to the heart of davis. This site, which is located at the intersection of two busiest street in davis (B street and 5 street) also miles away from university of california, davis. have a high petential of been rebuild as a muti-used site. the site is surrounded by importmant infastructures. the site is located in between two main parks in davis, aslo right next to the davis civic center, and davis community church.

2nd Floor create a path to provide connection between two park , increase the pedastrain flow on the commercial area

1st Floor

Base

Office 2 Unit

Commercial 24 Unit

Apartment 14 Unit

Apartment

Commercial

davis civic center park

Office

Pushes the building back on main street to create more visibility of the site , the push back allow more breeze to flush in to the site during hot summer, narrow the north west entreance to minimize the cold wind to enter the site during winter.

PARK

WINTER WIND PATH

Davis Civic Center Davis Community Church MAJOR ROAD` SECONDARY ROAD` RESIDENTIAL STREET

University Of California Davis MER

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SUMMER WIND PATH

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Davis Central Park / Farmers Market

RESIDENTIAL AREA` COMMERCIAL`AREA LOCAL FACILITY


APARTMENT ENTRANCE

SOUTH ENTRANCE

NORTH WEST ENTRANCE


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SOUTH ELEV

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EAST ELEV

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WEST ELEV


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PLANNING FOR GROWTH

Commercial Area

Midtown San Jose City Plan

highway 87

White Black/african American

Managment, Professional

American Indian/alaskan Native

Downtown san jose

residentail Area

Construction, Extraction, Maintenace

Asian

Sales And Office

Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander

Other

Other Race

Service

Two Or More Races

Commercial Area

Under 5 Years

Onwer-occupied Housing Unit

5 - 17 Years

Renter-occupied Housing Unit

18 - 64 Years

Vacent Housing Unit

65 Years And Over

Bus Or Trolley Bus Walk Railroad

Drove Alone

Bicycle

Carpooled

Street Car

Other

Industrial Area

highway 280

Residential Area Industrial Area

Ferry Boat Motocycle Taxicab Subway

Residential Public Green Space Commercial Social/public

High

Amtrak Station Light Rail

Industrial River

Mega Bus Low

Crime Rate

Local Bus

Existing Service

Existing Landuse


Community Park

Maximum Green Space Urban Agricluture

Riverfront Park

Transportation Center (light rail, amtrak, local buses, grayhunt, mega bus, bike share)

Community Center

Future Landuse New High School

Mix Used Commercial (Office) Public Service Commercial (Resturaunt, Market) Medium Density Residential

major artery with busses minor artery with high speed minor artery with low speed

area around the transportation center will be built first to feed off the northen and downtown activity and encourge primary growth around it. area south of mixed use transit will feed off the exsiting activity and unify the school to the srrounding communities. the southern most section will be built last as it already holds medium and high density residential with strong root of service. footprint and uses kept in tact

new bus stop new light rail station new bike parking structure ( bike share )


A: Major Artery With Buses

1:5

1:5

1:3

MEDIUM Residential setback ratio

C: Major Artery With Low Speed

1:2

1:2

1:5

Industrial setback ratio

HIGH Residential setback ratio

Commercial setback ratio

1:3

1:5

B: Major Artery With High Speed

Land Use Density

Acres

DU/A

Total Units

medium density residential

44.99

60

2,999.4

high density residential

5.28

90

475.2

Transporation Center

(connect historial building and new structure)

Green Roof For Urban Agriculture

Bike Parking Structure

(create secure parking and provide bike rental)


MIDTOWN SACRAMENTO’S BIKE INFRASTRUCTURE

American River

West Sacramento

Downtown Sacramento

Typical US household spends

25% of vehicle trips are 1 mile or less

13% of total income on owning and operating an automobile

Highway I5

(accomplishable by walking)

Highway I80

Site Location 19th. st.

Auto-dependent communities devote

50% more money

to transportation than communities that rely on multi-modal forms

Transportation is responsible for

N. st.

80% of CO2 & 50% of NO

400 miles of roads in Sacramento lack sidewalks. 10-15% Of The Downtown Population Walk To Work About 5% Of The Midtown Population Walks To Work

emissions in the U.S

26.4 million boarding passengers per year 13.6 Million Annual Bus Passenger Trips

L. st.

Q. st.

12.8 Million Annual Light Rail Passenger Trips

70% of reported pedestrian collisions occur due to: Driver Failure To Yield To Pedestrian Inside A Sidewalk Improper Pedestrian Crossing In Front Of Oncoming Traffic

Most of the population is located within one mile walking distance from the following destinations: Schools and Community Centers: 87% Neighborhood shopping: 92% Social Services: 31% Transit Stops: 87% Parks: 97%

p. st.

Sacramento is served by four Amtrak routes Two Daily Long-distance Routes Two Amtrak California Corridor Routes 38 Daily Trains On Weekdays 30 On Weekends. 1,073,584 Passager A Year Increasing 2.15% Every Year

Amtrak

Railroad / Street Intersection Street Intersection Class III bike Lane Elevated Bikeway New Amtrack Midtorm town Platform Light Rail Midtown Station

21st. st.


STREET TREATMENT

Bike Lane

60% of citizens are “Interested but Concerned” 5.7 fatalities per 10k bicycle commuters 453 crashes per 10k bicycle commuters

7ft

6ft 12ft

10x the ‘Gold’ Avg.

Existing Street Condition

Lack Of Vegetation And Biker Riding Against Traffic In One Way Street With Protection

2.3 % Commuting Rate

Protected Bike Lane With Clear Seperate Island

Creat Protected Lane With Low Cost And Low Maintnance

- Less than half of ‘Gold’ Avg - Up to 25% in Midtown areas

316 Miles of On-Street Bikeway

- 70% of Arterial and Major Collector Streets (vs. 65% ‘Gold’ Avg.) - Total Bikeway Mileage equals 22% of Total Road Mileage (vs. 43% ‘Gold Avg.)

old intersection

new intersection

Protected Bike Lane With Two Roll Of Tree

Using Vegetation To Create Large Amount Of Shade For Biker

Protected Bike Lane With Clear Seperate Island

Minimize The Gap

New Street Intersection

Q & 18TH STREET, Q & 19 TH STREET

New Railroad Intersection SACROMENTO MIDTOWN

Create Structural In An Artstic Way To Provide Shade For The Biker


ELEVATED BIKEWAY On Union Pacific Right-of-way

MAP

Challenge

Main Access Vua C St. At The American River Parkway

Crashes & Low Visibility Mid-block crossings create dangerous and unsafe intersections with automobile traffic, creating higher incidents of crashes and fatalities.

Main Access Vua G St. atresidential cluster

Waiting Frequent and long wait times at intersections is a major deterrent for many people to use bicycles as a form of transportation.

Division of Streetscape

Stratagies

Pedestrian rest areas allow for the path to be used for leisure and provide break points along the path. Simple accessible elevators and a max slope of 5% along the bikeway allow for a handicap-friendly pedestrian path.

Incentivizing safer routes and reducing Sacramento’s negative bike safety ratings.

Place-Making Creating a sense of place within the R.O.W and creating a new attraction that gives character to the city

Time-Efficiency Encouraging the commuter base by creating a uninterrupted bikeway that is both commuter friendly and time efficient

Overhead canopy along bikeway allows for shade during hot summer months and helps to protect from unideal riding weather during the winter months. Repair stations along bike path ensures commuters that break downs can be fixed immediately

bio swale accept runoff from through hardy plant material before being returned to the city’s drainage system.

Signage and maps at exits inform bikeway users of local retail, restaraunts, and various businesses that are available to visit.

Structural columns and pillars mimic and embrace the ecological foundation and aesthetic of the ‘City of Trees’.

Access Via P St. direct access to ( Use of treated streets to amtrak platform reach amtrak platform)

staircases fitted with bicycle channel, allowing for ease of bicycle transport up to raised bikeway at every block.

1.25 Miles of Total Bikeway

Safety

.75 Miles of Total Bikeway (about 3700 ft)

An at grade bike path would separate blocks further, create more automobile traffic and would ultimately divide the streetscape

C ST. D ST. E ST. F ST. G ST. H ST. I ST. J ST. K ST. L ST. M ST. N ST. O ST. P ST. Q ST.


BIKE PARKING

The new midtown train station has been mainly design to reduce the usage of self-drive vehicle and create publice transportation for daily communite, and business trip between capital city and mid-california. the bike infastructure is promoted to increase the willingness of people, communicate with bike and public transportation in midtown sacromento i have proposed two bike infrastructures near the new proposed midtown tea station. With the idea of secure, convenient and clear visibility

LONG TERM PARKING

MEN LOCKER 312”

B

REQUIRE SPACE 44.5ft X 55ft

Midtown station train station long-term parking will be located on 19th street, pposite to peet's coffee. With an two tier bike rack inside an indoor eather protected structure (secure parking area) , the bike parking Structure will included bike rental, lockers, shower room, and bike fixing station for bikers.

MEN SHOWER

312”

195 BIKE PARKING SPOT

MEN SHOWER

17” 96”

WOMEN SHOWER

72”

WOMEN LOCKER

96”

WOMEN SHOWER

BIKE PARKING

Q Street

312”

BIKE FIXING STATION

Sacromento have a extremely weather during summer, private showeroom have been designed inside the infastructure to allow people to refresh themself during the trip. it also meets the citiy’s requirement for long-term bike parking infastructure.

Light Rail Gold Line

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Rental Bike

The rental bike system inside the long-term bike parking infastructure allow people from outside the city to us bike as theirtransportation to travel around the city.

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Weather Protect

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Indoor bike parking provide people who commute to train station with their bike a safe and secure location to store their bike without worrying their bike been damaged or stolen while their uses train to travel outside the city.

SU

Long-term Bike Parking

Shower Room

Prepose Train Station Platform

19th Street

Truitt Bark Park

STORAGE

B


MIDTOWN STATION SHORT TERM PARKING 50 BIKE PARKING SPOT

REQUIRE SPACE 80ft X 8ft

120”

Midtown station train station short term parking will be serve as an on wall art pieces at station north entrance, for temporary bike parking and seating for bikers. The bike rack is located next to the platform, services to provide convenient, security, and clear visibility, for the bikers that are waiting for the train. Pitential Location To Create Short-term Bike Barking Right Next To Platform

Create On Wall Bike Parking To Minimize The Need Of Space And Maximize The Walkway

An Inspiration From The Flow Of The American River Cteate An On Wall Art Piece Short-term Bike Parking

Creating Seating With The Bike Parking Allow People To Feel Safe To Park Their Bike While They Were Waiting For The Train

108”

96” 24” 108”

SHADE COVER

SHADE COVER

180”

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SHAPING BAY


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LAYOUT NOTES

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2'-10"

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1'-10" TYP. 6' TYP. 1'-11" TYP.

3'-2"

2'-10"

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13'-4"

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5630 DOUGLAS BOULEVARD PLACER COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

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2'-10"

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EXISTING STREET. DOUGLAS BOULEVARD WORKPLACE BUILDING A, REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL PLANS. WORKPLACE BUILDING B, REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL PLANS. WORKPLACE BUILDING C, REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL PLANS. WORKPLACE BUILDING D, REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL PLANS. ACCESSIBLE RAMP, REFER TO CIVIL PLANS. COMMONS PAVING TO BEGIN BEYOND. SITE PAVING, REFER TO CIVIL PLANS. BIKE RACK, SEE DETAIL . L3-C GREEN SCREEN TRELLIS. SEE DETAIL. L3-D EXPANSION JOINT. SEE DETAIL. L2-A SCORE JOINT. SEE DETAIL. L2-B PLANTING AREA. SEE SHEET. P2 RAIN GARDEN. SEE DETAIL. L2-D SEATING WALL. SEE DETAIL. L3-A STAIRS. SEE DETAIL. L3-B CONCRETE PAVING. SEE DETAIL. L2-C

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

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SHEET

L1

11/27/2017

13'-7" TYP.

SYMBOL

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DATE:

14' TYP.

CHECKED BY:

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9' TYP.

20'-2"

AGENCY APPROVED

9' TYP.

6'-2" 14' TYP. TYP.

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DESCRIPTION

6' 6' 6' 6' 3' 3' 10'-7" TYP. TYP.TYP. TYP.TYP. TYP. 18'-5"

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PRELIMINARY SUBMITTAL

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6' TYP.

8'-6" 16'

DRAWN BY:

POINT OF BEGINNING

LAYOUT PLAN POND PAVILION & LOFTS

BASELINE

5.

POB

H&H LANDSCAPE ARCHIETCTURE

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VERIFY EXISTING CONDITIONS PRIOR TO BEGINNING WORK. NOTIFY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT IF THERE ARE ANY SUBSTANTIAL DISCREPANCIES. SITE WORK SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE CODES AND ORDINANCES. IF THERE IS A CONFLICT, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY IN WRITING. ALL TRADES SHALL COORDINATE WORK SO PROGRESS OF WORK IS NOT INTERRUPTED AND CAN BE COMPLETED IN A TIMELY MANNER. ALL MATERIALS & FINISHES SHALL BE AS PER THE DRAWINGS, DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS. SOME MATERIALS MAY REQUIRE A SEVERAL WEEK ORDER LEAD TIME. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING ANY & ALL ORDERING LEAD TIMES & PROVIDING THE REQUIRED MATERIALS AT THE PROJECT SITE IN A TIMELY MANNER. NO UNAPPROVED SUBSTITUTIONS WILL BE ALLOWED. CONTACT THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY IF A SPECIFIED MATERIAL IS NOT AVAILABLE. WRITTEN DIMENSIONS SHALL TAKE PRECEDENT OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. IN THE EVENT ANY DISCREPANCIES ARE DISCOVERED, NOTIFY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO PROCEEDING WITH WORK. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO EDGE OF CONCRETE FLATWORK, FACE OF CURB, OR CENTER POINT OF RADIUS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. NEW CONCRETE FLATWORK SHALL MEET GRADE OF EXISTING CONCRETE FLATWORK OR OTHER PAVING. WHERE NEW CONCRETE IS PLACED ADJACENT TO CURB(S) OR EXISTING CONCRETE PAVING, A CONTINUOUS EXPANSION JOINT SHALL BE INSTALLED BETWEEN THE NEW CONCRETE FLATWORK AND EXISTING CURB(S), CONCRETE FLATWORK OR OTHER PAVING. ALL SLEEVING SHALL BE INSTALLED PRIOR TO PLACING CONCRETE WORK. REFER TO IRRIGATION AND ELECTRICAL PLANS FOR SLEEVING LOCATIONS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR REPAIRING, AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER, ANY EXISTING AREA DESIGNATED TO REMAIN WHICH IS DISTURBED AS A CONSEQUENCE OF THE CONTRACTOR'S CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS. REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL AND CIVIL PLANS FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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6.0 GPM (BUBBLER)

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2.55 / 30 PSI

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3 4"

121"

A6 1"

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A8 1"

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A13 5.97 GPM (DRIP) 1" 0.27 / 40 PSI

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A16 1"

A12 4.21 GPM (DRIP) 1" 0.27 / 40 PSI A5 1"

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A11 1"

2"

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SYMBOL

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GPM.

PRECIP. RATE

A17 1"

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PRECISION SERIES SPRAY NOZZLE: BLACK 15'

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570Z-6/12P*-XF-E-15H

PRECISION SERIES SPRAY NOZZLE: BLACK 15'

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570Z-6/12P*-XF-E-15F

PRECISION SERIES SPRAY NOZZLE: BLACK 15'

30

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FB-50-PC TWO PER TREE*

0.50 GPM TREE FLOOD BUBBLERS

TORO

RGP-218-05-E

DL2000 SERIES PC DRIPLINE: 0.5 GPH, 18" EMITTER SPACING, PURPLE TUBING FOR EFFLUENT WATER. INSTALL TUBING ON-GRADE, PER MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS, IN 24" SPACED ROWS AT AREAS SHOWN.

TORO

RGP-412-05-E

DL2000 SERIES PC DRIPLINE: 1.0 GPH, 12" EMITTER SPACING, PURPLE TUBING FOR EFFLUENT WATER. INSTALL TUBING 4" BELOW GRADE, PER MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS, IN 12" SPACED ROWS IN TURF AREAS WITHIN 24" OF NON-PERMEABLE PAVING (WHERE SHOWN).

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TORO

T-FCH-H

MANUAL FLUSH VALVE (INSTALL AT-GRADE IN 10" ROUND VALVE BOX IN PLANTER AREA LOCATED AT FARTHEST POINT FROM DRIP ZONE VALVE, TYP.)

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TORO

TYD-500-34

AIR/VACUUM RELIEF VALVE (INSTALL AT-GRADE IN 10” ROUND VALVE BOX IN PLANTERS WHERE DL2000 PC DRIPLINE IS INSTALLED BELOW GRADE. LOCATE AT HIGHEST ELEVATION POINT WITHIN DRIP ZONE VALVE AREA, TYP.)

TORO

(VARIES)

DL2000 CONNECTION FITTINGS, AS REQUIRED.

1"

10.0 GPM (BUBBLER) 2.55 / 30 PSI

4.1 GPM (DRIP)

4.17 GPM (DRIP) 0.27 / 40 PSI A

A18 1"

1"

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2.55 / 30 PSI

A19 4.11 GPM (DRIP) 1" 0.27 / 40 PSI

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570Z-6/12P*-XF-E-8Q

PRECISION SERIES SPRAY NOZZLE: GREEN8'

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570Z-6/12P*-XF-E-8H

PRECISION SERIES SPRAY NOZZLE: GREEN8'

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570Z-6/12P*-XF-E-15Q

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*6" POP UP HEIGHT IN LAWN AREAS, 12" IN SHRUB AREAS, TYP. 3 4"

3 4"

1"

CONTROLLER D LOCATION . EXTEND 1 VALVES WIRE AND 1 COMMON WIRE AT END OF MAINLINE STUBS.

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0.5 1.00*

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P220S-26-XX

P-220 SCRUBBER SERIES CONTROL VALVE W/EFF-KIT-60Hz EFFLUENT WATER SOLENOID ASSEMBLY & WARNING TAG. DESCRIPTION: SIZE AS NOTED.

TORO

DKZ-700-1-LF/MF

DRIP ZONE VALVE KIT: 1" 40 PSI PRESENT, LOW OR MEDIUM FLOW VALVE W/ 1" FILTER AND LOW OR MEDIUM-FLOW REGULATOR & FITTINGS. INSTALL LOW FLOW ASSEMBLY FOR ZONES LESS THAN 8 GPM AND MEDIUM FLOW ASSEMBLY FOR ZONES OVER 8 GPM.

NIBCO

T-113

GATE VALVE, LINE SIZE.

TORO

100-ATLVC

1" QUICK COUPLER W/EFFLUENT (LAVENDER) LOCKING VINYL COVER.

CC-M24+TRS

24STATION CUSTOM COMMAND CONTROLLER WITH OPTIONAL WIRED RAIN SENSOR.

(E) SUPPLY LINE.

3 4"

MAINLINE: PVC SCHEDULE 40 FOR SIZES 3". SMALLER, PVC CLASS 315 FOR SIZE OVER 2" ELECTRICAL SERVICE CONDUIT WITH WIRES, RUN ALONG MAINLINE TO VALVE CONNECTIONS. IRRIGATION LATERAL LINE- CLASS 200 PVC UP TO 2"; SCHEDULE 40 PVC PIPE FOR 2.5" OR ABOVE. SOLVENT WELD FITTINGS AT 18" DEPTH, SIZE AS NOTED.

IRRIGATION SLEEVE - SCHEDULE 40 PVC, SIZE TO BE 2X THE TOTAL OF PIPE DIAMETER. INSTALL UNDER ALL NEW PAVING AND EXTEND 12" BEYOND HARDSCAPE EDGES

CONTROLLER D LOCATION .

PRELIMINARY SUBMITTAL

121"

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141"

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VALVE SIZE

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SHEET

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DATE:

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1"

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141"

WDS APPROVED

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3 4"

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1"

1"

OPERATING WATER PRESSURE AT THE POINT OF CONNECTION IS APPROXIMATELY 45 PSI. REFER TO CIVIL PLANS FOR MORE INFORMATION. THE SYSTEM IS DESIGNED TO MAINTAIN A MINIMUM OPERATING PRESSURE OF 30 PSI AND MAXIMUM FLOW OF 80 GPM ( 50% OF MAX. CONT. FLOW OF 160 GPM). THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THE AVAILABLE WATER PRESSURE ON THE SITE PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF THE SYSTEM. REPORT TO THE OWNER AND THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT ANY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE CONDITIONS ASSUMED ON THESE PLANS AND THE CONDITIONS ON SITE. IN THE EVENT PRESSURE AND FLOW DIFFERENCES ARE NOT REPORTED PRIOR TO THE START OF CONSTRUCTION, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ASSUME FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY REVISIONS REQUIRED. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO FAMILIARIZE HIMSELF WITH ALL GRADE DIFFERENCES, STRUCTURES AND FACILITIES. THE IRRIGATION CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE ALL ITEMS DAMAGED BY HIS WORK. HE SHALL COORDINATE HIS WORK WITH OTHER CONTRACTORS FOR THE LOCATION AND INSTALLATION OF PIPE SLEEVES AND LATERALS AROUND EXISTING AND PROPOSED SITE STRUCTURES AND FACILITIES, UNDER PAVING, ETC... DO NOT WILLFULLY INSTALL THE SPRINKLER SYSTEM AS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS WHEN IT IS OBVIOUS IN THE FIELD THAT UNKNOWN OBSTRUCTIONS, GRADE DIFFERENCES OR DIFFERENCES IN THE AREA DIMENSIONS EXIST THAT MIGHT NOT HAVE BEEN CONSIDERED IN THE ENGINEERING. SUCH OBSTRUCTIONS OR DIFFERENCES SHOULD BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE. IN THE EVENT THAT THIS NOTIFICATION IS NOT PERFORMED, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ASSUME FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY REVISIONS NECESSARY. THIS DESIGN IS DIAGRAMMATIC. ALL IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT, PIPING, VALVES, ETC... SHOWN WITHIN PAVED AREAS ARE FOR DESIGN PURPOSES ONLY AND SHALL BE INSTALLED IN PLANTING AREAS WHEREVER POSSIBLE. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FLUSH AND ADJUST ALL SPRINKLER HEADS AND VALVES FOR OPTIMUM COVERAGE. INSTALL ALL SPRINKLER HEADS WITH NOZZLE OF THE APPROPRIATE DEGREE AND RADIUS FOR THE AREAS TO BE COVERED. ADJUST ADDITIONAL NOZZLES TO ELIMINATE SPRAYING ONTO WALKS, STREETS, WALLS, ETC... ALL IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT NOT OTHERWISE DETAILED OR SPECIFIED SHALL BE INSTALLED AS PER MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS. ALL IRRIGATION LINES AND WIRING SHALL BE IN SLEEVING WHEN CROSSING UNDER PAVING.

H&H LANDSCAPE ARCHIETCTURE

121"

141"

IRRIGATION NOTES

BY

141"

A A

2"

POINT OF CONNECTION: CONNECT 28.7 GPM (SPRAY) TO (E) 1 ½” WATER METER AND INSTALL 1 ½” GATE VALVE AND 1.00 / 30 PSI BACKFLOW PREVENTER BEFORE INSTALLING DOWNSTREAM SYSTEM SHOWN (FIELD VERIFY).

AGENCY APPROVED

121"

141"

221"

3"

A4 1"

DESCRIPTION

3"

A3 1"

REVISIONS

141"

1.00 / 30 PSI

DATE

221"

2"

20.79 GPM (SPRAY)

SYMBOL

28.2 GPM (SPRAY) 25.45 GPM (DRIP) A15 1.00 / 30 PSI 1" 1.6 / 40 PSI

A2 1"

P HUANG

1"

SECTION:

A1

1.00 / 30 PSI

DRAWN BY:

23.1 GPM (SPRAY)

IRRIGATION PLAN PONDVIEW WORKSPACE LOFTS

25.28 GPM (DRIP) A14 1" 1.6 / 40 PSI


DRAINAGE LEGEND

2

RIM:312.7 INV:306.2 TC:313.3 BC:312.7 FG:311.3

2

RIM:312.8 INV:306.1 FG:311.3 (E)FS:312.8 TC:313.3 RIM:312.8 INV:305.7

(E)FFE:312.8 (E)TC:312.8 (E)BC:312.2

HP 3

FG:311.3 RIM:312.7 INV:305.5 (E)FS:312.8 TC:313.3 BC:312.7 2 2

(E)ES:312.8 FG:311.2 TC:313.3 3

2

2

3

2

1

RIM:312.7 INV:306.1 FG:311.3 (E)FS:312.8 TC:313.3 RIM:312.3 BC:312.7 (E) INV:306.3 TC:313.3 2 2 RIM:312.7 INV:305.7 FG:311.3 FG:311.2 (E)FS:312.8 FFE:312.8 (E) INV:305.3 2

2

1

RIM:312.3 INV:306.6 RIM:312.3 INV:306.5

RIM:311.9 INV:306.9 (E)TC:312.8 (E)BC:312.2 (E)RIM:311.2 (E)INV:304.7

(E)TC:312.8 (E)BC:312.2

3

RIM:312.7 INV:306.7 TC:313.3 BC:312.7 FG:311.3 (E)RIM:311.9 (E)INV:306.2

1. 2.

0'

10' 20' (1" = 20'-0")

3.

TW:313.3 BW:311.6

4.

HP

1

5.

5 RIM:312.7 INV:306.7 TW:313.3 BW:311.6

3

THREE OUTLET BASIN (SET 90° APART): NDS 6" ROUND SPEE-D BASIN (#300) WITH 6" SCH 40 PVC RISER AND 6" BLACK ATRIUM GRATE (#90). SET GRATE AND INVERT AT ELEVATIONS SHOWN ON PLANS, TYP.

4

CHRISTY'S CLEANOUT BOX(SET 3FT UP FROM THE INTERSECTION AT MAIN DRAIN PIPE ): NDS 2" ROUND REFRIGERATION O.D. SIZE 2 81" x 2" .SET GRATE AND INVERT AT ELEVATIONS SHOWN ON PLANS, TYP.

5

ZURN'S ROUND FLOOR DRAIN. 6" DIAMETER ROUND DRAIN TOP, 2 1 2" DEPTH . SET GRATE AND INVERT AT ELEVATIONS SHOWN ON PLANS. SPLASH BLOCK FOR DOWNSPOUTS. 30" PRECAST CONCRETE SPLASH BLOCK. COLOR: PLAIN GREY CEMENT. AVAILABLE FROM MODERN PRE-CAST (OR EQUAL). PLACE ONE (1) SPLASH BLOCK AT EACH DOWNSPOUT. REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL PLANS FOR DOWNSPOUT LOCATIONS.

1

4

6.

INV:306.7

7.

RIM:311.4 INV:307.8

TS:312.6 BS:311.6

0'

5' 10' (1" = 10'-0")

THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR GRADING EXISTING CONDITIONS TO CONFORM TO THE FINISHED GRADES INDICATED ON THE PLANS. DRAIN LINES, DRAIN INLETS, MANHOLES, ETC. ARE APPROXIMATE. REFER TO CIVIL IMPROVEMENT PLANS FOR EXACT LOCATION, ELEVATION AND/OR LENGTH. PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION AND/OR LANDSCAPE GRADING, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALL UTILITY LOCATIONS, EXISTING DRAINAGE STRUCTURES, STREET IMPROVEMENTS, AND FINISHED FLOOR ELEVATIONS WITH THE ENGINEER OR OWNER. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO NOTIFY THE OWNER SHOULD THERE BE ANY DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN THE PLANS AND THE ACTUAL SITE CONDITIONS. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, ALL EXISTING AT-GRADE UTILITIES (MANHOLES, VAULTS, BOXES, ETC..) SHALL BE LEFT AT EXISTING GRADES. PROPOSED ADJACENT FINISHED GRADES SHALL CONFORM TO EXISTING UTILITY GRADES WHERE POSSIBLE. CROSS-SLOPE SIDEWALKS 1.8% MAX IN DIRECTION INDICATED ON THE PLANS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. GRADES INDICATED AT WALKWAYS ARE FINISHED SURFACE. CONFORM NEW PROPOSED FINISHED SURFACE GRADES WITH ADJACENT EXISTING GRADES. CONTACT LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT IF ANY DISCREPANCIES ARE FOUND IN THE FIELD THAT AFFECT CONFORMANCE. ALL FINISHED LANDSCAPE GRADES SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM 2% POSITIVE SLOPE, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

8.

FINISH GRADE IN PLANTING AREAS SHALL BE 3 21" BELOW TOP OF CURBS AND WALKS, 1" BELOW CURBS IN

9. 10. 11.

SODDED TURF AND 21" BELOW CURBS IN SEEDED TURF. COORDINATE ALL DRAIN LINE RUNS WITH TREES AND SHRUB PLANTING. PLACE FILTER FABRIC BETWEEN ALL LANDSCAPE DRAINS AND GRATES. ALL DOWNSPOUTS WILL BE DISCONNECTED FROM UNDERGROUND DRAINAGE.

H&H LANDSCAPE ARCHIETCTURE DATE

TWO OUTLET BASIN (SET 90° APART): NDS 6" ROUND SPEE-D BASIN (#250) WITH 6" SCH 40 PVC RISER AND 6" BLACK ATRIUM GRATE (#90). SET GRATE AND INVERT AT ELEVATIONS SHOWN ON PLANS, TYP.

4" SDR35 DRAIN PIPE. SLOPE @ 1% UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

(E)TC:312.8 (E)BC:312.2

TW:314.1 BW:312.6

2

GRADING NOTES

RIM:311.9 INV:306.6

RIM:312.7 INV:307.8

TWO OUTLET BASIN (SET 180° APART): NDS 6" ROUND SPEE-D BASIN (#201) WITH 6" SCH 40 PVC RISER AND 6" BLACK ATRIUM GRATE (#90). SET GRATE AND INVERT AT ELEVATIONS SHOWN ON PLANS, TYP.

NOT SHOWN

RIM:311.9 INV:307.1

RIM:311.9 INV:308.0

RIM:311.9 (E)INV:305.7 FG:312.5

2

2

PRELIMINARY SUBMITTAL

RIM:312.7 INV:306.6 TC:313.3 BC:312.7 FG:311.3

2

RIM:312.7 INV:307.1 TC:313.3 BC:312.7 FG:311.3

4

1

(E)ES:312.8 TC:313.3 RIM:312.7 INV:306.3

2

RIM:312.7 INV:307.5 TC:313.3 BC:312.7 FG:311.3

SINGLE OUTLET BASIN: NDS 6" ROUND SPEE-D BASIN (#101) WITH 6" SCH 40 PVC RISER AND 6" BLACK ATRIUM GRATE (#90). SET GRATE AND INVERT AT ELEVATIONS SHOWN ON PLANS, TYP.

W

2

RIM:312.7 INV:307.9 TC:313.3 BC:312.7 FG:311.3

DIRECTION OF SWALE FLOW.

1

SHEET

G1

10/25/2017

5

2

RIM:312.7 INV:307.2 FG:311.3 FG:311.2 (E)FS:312.8

1

2

RIM:312.7 INV:308.3 TC:313.3 BC:312.7 FG:311.3

HIGH POINT OF LANDSCAPE GRADE

2%

DATE:

(E)FS:312.8

2

HP:

PLACER COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

2

RIM:312.8 INV:307.6 FG:311.3 TC:313.3 (E)FS:312.8 TC:313.3

TOP OF WALL ELEVATION

BOTTOM OF WALL FOUNDATION ELEVATION

CHECKED BY:

2

RIM:312.7 INV:307.6

TW: BW:

BY

3

RIM:312.8 INV:307.2 FG:311.3

RIM:312.7 INV:307.0 TC:313.3 BC:312.7 FG:311.3

(E)RIM:311.9 (E)INV:305.6

1

BOTTOM OF STEP ELEVATION

5630 DOUGLAS BOULEVARD

RIM:312.7 INV:307.4 TC:313.3 BC:312.7 FG:311.3

1

TOP OF STEP ELEVATION

BS:

001

2

3

FFE:312.8

SURFACE OF PAVING SLOPE & DIRECTION

TS:

WDS APPROVED

RIM:312.7 INV:307.8 TC:313.3 BC:312.7 FG:311.3

1

(E)TC:312.8 (E)BC:312.2 RIM:311.9 INV:308.8

FINISHED SURFACE OF PAVING ELEVATION

DATE

2

TC:313.3 BC:312.7 (E)FS:312.8 FG:311.2

FS: 1%

BY

RIM:312.7 INV:308.2 TC:313.3 BC:312.7 FG:311.3

2

1

TOP OF CURB BOTTOM OF CURB

AGENCY APPROVED

(E)FFE:312.8

(E)TC:312.8 (E)BC:312.2

1 RIM:312.8 INV:307.9 (E)FS:312.8 TC:313.3 RIM:312.8 INV:307.6 FG:311.3 (E)FS:312.8 TC:313.3 BC:312.7 TC:313.3 RIM:312.7 INV:307.4

TC: BC:

DESCRIPTION

2

DRAIN PIPE FLOWLINE ELEVATION

REVISIONS

RIM:311.9 INV:309.7

TOP OF DRAIN GRATE ELEVATION

INV:

DATE

HP

FG:312.5

FINISH GRADE

RIM:

SYMBOL

HP

(E)TC:312.8 (E)BC:312.2

STORM DRAIN PIPE STUB

P HUANG

(E)TC:312.8 (E)BC:312.2

RIM:312.3 INV:309.9

STORM DRAIN MANHOLE AND DRAIN PIPE

(E)

SECTION:

RIM:312.3 INV:310.5

(E)

DRAWN BY:

FG:

EXISTING

GRADING PLAN POND PAVILION & LOFTS

(E)


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