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J. Thomas Grubbs

Portfolio

2010 - 2013


Portfolio 2011-2013

J. Thomas Grubbs

621 Palisade Avenue, First Floor Jersey City, New Jersey 07307 347.563.3049 tomgrubbs1@gmail.com


Table of Contents Curriculum Vitae

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Williamsburg Waterfront

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Missed Connections Park

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Bin Landoun

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Globe Restaurant

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Aerowall

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Construction Documents

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J. Thomas Grubbs 621 Palisade Avenue, First Floor Jersey City, New Jersey 07307

tomgrubbs1@gmail.com 347 563 3049

Objective: To obtain a position as a junior Landscape Designer in an environment that stimulates my creativity, fosters my design skills and pushes my professional growth. I aim to be licensed by 2015.

Education Masters in Landscape Architecure May 2010 - GPA 3.7 Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

Bachelor of Arts Alternative K-3rd Education May 1999 Hampshire College, Amherst, MA

Experience Landscape Designer Arterial, LLC July, 2012 - Current Montclair, NJ

Graduate Assistant Coastal Sustainability Studio August, 2009 - May, 2010 Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

Freelance Landscape/Urban Designer LWH Architects/Source-X Studio February, 2011 - June, 2011 New York, NY

Teaching Assistant LA 4301 - Landscape Technology IV August, 2009 - December, 2009 Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

Competition Intern Anna Klingmann Architects October, 2010 - December, 2010 New York, NY

Graduate Research Assistant Professor Bruce Sharkey, FASLA August, 2008 - May, 2009 Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

Partner T-Square Designs July, 2010 - Present Brooklyn, NY

Intern Scape Studio October, 2006 - March, 2007 New York, NY


Software Proficiency Mac/Windows AutoCAD Arc - GIS

Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop

Sketch Up Pro 3DS - MAX Microsoft Office

Recognitions Global Design Competition, 2011 - First Place, “CURE(D)”, a project by Source-X Studio for an international architecture competition asking entrants to design a carbon-free restaurant Venice Biennale, 2010 - “Mississippi Delta: Constructing with Water” a project by the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio featured in the exhibit, ‘Workshopping: An American Model of Design Week, LSU 2009 - Second Place, “Totally Fluxxed”, Baton Rouge Waterfront Design Week, LSU 2008 - First Place, “A Slice of Water”. Toronto Waterfront Best in Studio - Final Project, LA 7001 - Hilltop Arboretum

Organizations Class Representative, 2007 - 2010 Student ASLA Member, 2007 - 2010 ASLA Member, 2010 - current

Invited Studio Review Critic Louisiana State University, Pratt University, Southern University, Tulane University, University of Massachusetts, Amherst College, Mt. Holyoke College & Hampshire College

Interests Urban Scale Design, Transportation, Green Roof Technology, Landscape-Urbanism Theory, Hybrid Spaces, Kinetics, Photography, Travel, Urban Gardening & Live Music

References Available upon request


Williamsburg Waterfront Scale: Urban Design Date: Spring 2012 Independent Competition Submittal


Williamburg Waterfront

In the Spring of 2012 the Outdoor Space Alliance held a competition asking designers to create a new outdoor concert space on the Williamsburg waterfront located in North Brooklyn. My design of Williamsburg Park will allow visitors an ephemeral experience they will not soon forget. The park is built in a manner that allows it to function as different experiences for different events. The primary function and layout is for an outdoor concert experience. The secondary purposes include turning the park into a recreational area with designated areas for Basketball, Beach Volleyball and Shuffleboard, choosing one night a week for a food truck event in addition to an area for a Farmer’s Market and a Craft & Flea Market. Visitors will find their curiosity piqued from the very beginning while walking outside the venue along the scrim designed by local artists and the chalkboards to their journey under the green roof structure that provides shade for employees working the main entrance. At the entrance, the visitor will notice a boardwalk that traverses 3 sides of the park servicing numerous food trucks, beverage stands and merchandise booths. The boardwalk sets the theme for the concert experience as a carnival-like experience. In addition to food trucks, the boardwalk leads people to both the deck where people congregate to eat and write on the chalkboards surrounding the inside walls of the venue and purchase merchandise. At the other end of the boardwalk, one will also find a beach that features a volleyball court, bleachers and a sun deck featuring a pool made from a recycled storage container. Shade structures are plentiful to prevent over-exposure to the elements. Along the boardwalk are a series of semi-circles that allow for extra seating and planting to provide a pleasant aesthetic and to assist in the absorption of rainwater over the mostly non-porous surface of the lot.

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Wiiliamsburg Waterfront

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1. Stage 2. Backstage & VIP Area 3. Shipping Container Pool 4. Beach/Volleyball Area 5.Bleachers 6. Food Truck Area (Concerts) 7. Main Entrance/Green Roof 8. Boardwalk 9. Deck Area/Merchandise 10. Port-O-Johns 11. Shade Structures 12. Soundboard & VIP Area

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Food Truck Event Diagram

Market Diagram

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Recreational Diagram

Plan


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HOW IT WORKS HOW IT WORKS HOW IT WORKS Rainwater Collection Rainwater Collection Rainwater Collection

25 ‘ Green Roof 25 ‘ Tier 2 Green Roof 25 ‘ Tier 2 Green Roof Tier 2

Rainwater Distribution Rainwater Distribution Rainwater Distribution Rain 11 ‘ Barrels Rain 11 ‘ Barrels Rain 11 ‘ Barrels

Roof Anchor 4 ‘Anchor 6“ Roof 4 ‘Anchor 6“ Roof 4‘6“

4 ‘Barrels 6“ Rain 4‘6“

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SHADE STRUCTURES + PLANTER SEATING SHADE STRUCTURES + PLANTER SEATING SHADE STRUCTURES + PLANTER SEATING

HOW IT WORKS HOW IT WORKS HOW IT WORKS

Canvass Sail Canvass Sail Canvass Sail

21 ‘ 6 “ Shade 21Structure ‘6“ Shade 21Structure ‘6“ Shade Structure

Sails provide shade during hot Sailssunny providedays. shade during hot and Sailssunny providedays. shade during hot and and sunny days.

Irriagation Line 15 ‘ Boardwalk 15 ‘ Boardwalk 15 ‘ Boardwalk

Irriagation Line Irriagation Line Shade 21 ‘ 10” Structure Shade 21 ‘ 10” Structure Shade 21 ‘ 10” Structure

10 ‘ Planter 10 ‘ Planter 10 ‘ Planter

Shade Structure Base 16 ‘ 6 “ Base Shade Structure

Concession Space 15 ‘ 10”Space Concession

Rainwater is distributed to planters Rainwater is distributed planters through a local irrigationtosystem. Rainwater is distributed planters through a local irrigationtosystem. through a local irrigation system.

Rain Barrels 4 ‘Barrels 6“ Rain

Turnstile 10 ‘ Turnstile

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HOW IT WORKS HOW IT WORKS HOW IT WORKS

RECYCLED CONTAINER POOL + STORAGE DECK RECYCLED CONTAINER POOL + STORAGE DECK 31 ‘ 6 “ RECYCLED CONTAINER POOL + STORAGE DECK Pool 31 ‘ Deck 6“ 10 ‘ Artist10Trailer ‘ Artist10Trailer ‘ Artist Trailer

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Pool 31 ‘ Deck 6“ 10 ‘ Pool DeckStorage Container 10 ‘ Storage10 Container ‘ Storage Container

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Wiiliamsburg Waterfront

Entrance to the Venue

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View from Pool Deck

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Missed Connections Park Scale: Urban Design Date: Spring 2012 Independent Design Exercise for the blog, Urban Design Interventions


Missed Connections Park

I took this project on for my blog, “Urban Design Interventions”. This plot of land is on an extremely well-travelled route, yet the space is fenced off and situated underneath the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway. The location - one of the primary streets utilized to reach the subway in the Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn - seemed perfect for a gathering space with food trucks and other quick conveniences to service a community that is constantly moving, The Metropolitan/Lorimer subway stop serviced 4.3 million people in 2011 which breaks down to over 12,000 people a day. In addition to food trucks and perhaps a farmer’s market stall or two supplied by the local rooftop farms, I envision space for bike parking due to such little opportunity to securely lock one’s bike up around the station. The bike valet system would become another source of revenue for the city and possibly share some of the space with the bike-share program beginning in the spring of 2013. A typical day for the commuter may include stopping by the trucks on the way to the subway station where she will leave her bike with the bike valet. She has bought a monthly pass to guarantee a parking spot for her bike because the spaces fill quickly as biking becomes more popular in the city. After parking she grabs a coffee and a bite from one of the food trucks and contemplates buying lunch for later but opts against it. When she returns after works to retrieve her bike she decides to grab some fresh vegetables from a booth selling vegetables grown at the local rooftop farm as well as grabbing a meal from one of the trucks as she knows she does not feel like cooking tonight. Overall, a very convenient place to visit on her way home from work. Finally, the reason for the name ”Missed Connections’ Park. Williamsburg is one of the youngest neighborhoods in the city, demographically speaking. The community is extremely tech-friendly and the internet plays an enormous role in their lives. A popular site for them is the “Missed Connecions’ division of Craigslist. “Missed Connections” is a forum where one can write about a stranger they are interested in and where they saw this person in hopes that the person will see the ad and reach out to the person who placed it.

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Missed Connections Park

Regional Map

NW Corner of Underpass - Before

Neighborhood Map #1

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Most subway riders come from this area

NW Corner of Underpass - After


Missed Connections Park NE Corner of Underpass - Before

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Bin Landoun Scale: Urban Design Date: Fall 2010 Group Competition - Klingmann Architects & Brand Consultants


Bin Landoun

The competition site of approx. 7,400 sqm is located in the Medina of Fez, which has been listed as a UNESCO world heritage site since 1981. Place Lalla Yeddouna is a strategic location at the nucleus of this oldest part of Fez. The Medina is a mosaic of small-scale, modest, sand-colored houses, and its endless labyrinth of narrow streets, where one can find still preserved as a living museum, an antique mode of life, full of history. The area of Place Lalla Yeddouna, where the city was founded on the two banks of the main river in Fez (“Oued Al Jawahir”), used to be one of the key links between the two sides of the old city. The competition challenged us to create a vibrant mixed-use urban hub for the community as well as visitors to the Medina the area of Place Lalla Yeddouna. The site is expected to become a major catalyst for artisan development, with spaces for educational programs, residences, artisan production, shops, restaurants, cafés and other services. The new complex will support activities for youth and adults. With its unique architectural character representing the regional building tradition and with its surrounding urban fabric, excellent accessibility and functionality, Place Lalla Yeddouna is expected to be a cultural site exemplary of our time and the region, and a stimulator and generator for the development of other projects in Fez, its region and Morocco.

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Bin Landoun

Existing Circulation

Proposed Circulation

2 Levels of Public Space

Architectural Survey

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Proposed Architectural Intervention


Bin Landoun

Urban Program

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First Floor

Second Floor

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Bin Landoun

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Section of Hotel and river bank

Local amenities

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Perspective of new Hotel, Plaza and river bank


Northwestern view of Plaza and riverbank steps

Perspective of Plaza

Perspective of new Hotel and river bank at night

Southeastern view of river bank


Preservation: Local Materials, Local

Local Materials, Local Artisanship & Local Labor

Local Labor

Local laborers will be utilized as The restoration process will involve the participation of the local much as possible as they are residents, artisans and craftsmen. Regionally sourced materials knowledgable in local construction and restoration techniques as will be used by local craftsmen employing traditional building well as the challenging work techniques. This approach will fuse the traditional artisanship environment of the Medina. with a contemporary design that respects and pays tribute to the cultural and architectural traditions of the Medina.

Local Artisans

The copper and brass-smiths of Fez possess an intimate knowledge of the artistic techniques used to design ironwork grills and other architectural elements. A local artist will be invited to design the welded copper facade of the new hotel.

Walls

Traditionally crafted of sandstone masonry and covered with a stucco surface. Locally trained masons will assist in the construction of the project, guaranteeing the quality of the work.


Artisanship & Local Labor

Doors

Locally made doors have a very distinct look. They are made of wood and are decorated with carved stucco and tiling around the doorknobs. Again, local artisans will be hired to recreate the intricate woodwork commonly found on doors in the area.

Windows

Use of wooden shutters for privacy and shading on the interior and decorative ironwork grills on the exterior.

Floor Tile

Colorful decorative tiles in “Zellij” patterns used to highlight both interior and exterior spaces.

Fountains

Large fountains typically covered in a mosaic of “Zellij” tile patterns and embedded into the floors or walls of structures.

Exposed Wood Ceilings

Ceilings featuring exposed structural wood beams and often decorated with carvings.

Mosaic Tile Ceilings

Typically domed ceilings decorated in mosaic “Zellij” tile patterns.


Globe Restaurant Scale: Commercial Date: Spring 2011 Group Competition - Source X & LWH Architects Winning Entry


Typical restaurants are masters of consumption. They not only consume food, but also energy and water on a massive scale. And, by association, they consume vast amounts of land in order to produce the food they prepare. CURE(D) flips this standard model on its head. Rather than being a model of consumption, CURE(D) is a model of production. CURE(D) integrates and optimizes every phase of production and operations through a cohesive design strategy. By doing so, CURE(D) can potentially produce all of its produce, energy and water on-site, resulting in huge financial and environmental savings.

Globe Restaurant

RESTAURANTS: Consumers or Producers?

ENERGY CURE(D) first minimizes its energy needs by limiting its dependency on heating and cooling in food preparation. For its remaining energy needs, CURE(D) harnesses power from the sun. CURE(D) manages to harness 100% of its energy demand from the sun even in cloudy Seattle. WATER CURE(D) harvests water from fog and rain and re-uses 100% of its water at least once. LAND CURE(D) utilizes multiple surfaces to grow food aeroponically. It uses an interior wall, an exterior wall and the roof.

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The Aerowall Scale: Interior Design Date: Spring 2011 Competition Entry - Source X & LWH Architects


Aerowall

For city-dwellers, growing your own vegetables is considered a luxury. For those who don’t have terraces, rooftops or gardens, we present the AEROWALL, a vertical, selfcontained aeroponic system for growing vegetables year-round. Unlike commercial aeroponic systems, the AEROWALL is designed specifically for highly-visible residential and small commercial applications. As a modular system, it is designed to go anywhere you want to put it. For some it might be a staple appliance in the kitchen, for others it may be a radical sculptural element in the living room. You choose. The AEROWALL allows you to grow what you want, when you want, where you want. Forget about buying local. Grow hyper-local.

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Aerowall

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Construction Documents Scale: Urban Design Date: Summer 2012


Construction Documents

These construction documents were completed while working at Arterial in Montclair, New Jersey. They are part of a larger set completed for the Broad Street project located in Bloomfield, New Jersey. Construction is scheduled for the Spring/Summer of 2013.

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Construction Documents

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1. THE INFORMATION SHOWN CONCERNING THE TYPE AND LOCATION OF UNDERGROUND AND OTHER UTILITIES IS NOT GUARANTEED TO BE ACCURATE OR ALL INCLUSIVE. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING HIS OWN DETERMINATION AS TO THE TYPE AND LOCATION OF UNDERGROUND AND OTHER UTILITIES AS MAY BE NECESSARY TO AVOID DAMAGE THERETO.

PROPOSED ELEMENTS PROPOSED CONTOUR

2. EXISTING CONDITIONS SURVEY PREPARED BY CITYSCAPE ENGINEERING & SURVEYING P.C. DATED_______. METES AND BOUNDS ARE AS PROVIDED BY THE TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING.

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Construction Doc Bloomfield, NJ

1 Municipal Plaza Bloomfield NJ 07003

STORM PIPE

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RELOCATE FIRE HYDRANT

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Tel 973 680 4192 Fax 973 680 4510

6. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COORDINATION WITH LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENTS FOR TRAFFIC OPERATIONS AND PARKING PROHIBITIONS DURING CONSTRUCTION.

Role: (Urban Design + Lan

LIMIT OF DISTURBANCE CONCRETE PAVEMENT

7. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT NJ ONE CALL AT 1-800-272-1000 PRIOR TO THE START OF CONSTRUCTION. ALL EXISTING UTILITIES SHALL BE MARKED OUT BY THE RESPECTIVE UTILITY COMPANIES PRIOR TO ANY EXCAVATION WORK.

EXISTING ELEMENTS GRANITE COBBLES

8. ANY DAMAGE TO UTILITIES SHALL BE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR. ALL COST FOR REPAIRS SHALL BE BORNE BY THE CONTRACTOR. CONTOUR

9. ALL PROPERTY CORNERS OR MONUMENTS REMOVED DURING CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE REPLACED BY A NEW JERSEY LICENSED LAND SURVEYOR AT NO SEPARATE COST TO THE OWNER.

BENCH TYPE 1 SPOT ELEVATION

10. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DISPOSAL OF THE EXCESS MATERIALS EXCAVATED OF WHATEVER NATURE AT HIS OWN EXPENSE. THE OWNER IS NOT OBLIGATED TO SUPPLY A DISPOSAL SITE.

BENCH TYPE 2

11. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ARRANGING FOR STORAGE AND STAGING AREAS AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER.

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EXISTING TREE

12. APPROPRIATE CONSTRUCTION SIGNING SHALL BE INSTALLED FIVE (5) DAYS PRIOR TO THE START OF CONSTRUCTION. SIGNAGE SHALL BE MAINTAINED DURING CONSTRUCTION AND SHALL BE BAGGED DURING PERIODS OF INACTIVITY.

Tel / Fax 973 320 9123 info@arterialstreets.com

CHAINLINK FENCE

13. UTILITY BOXES, OIL FILL CAPS, GAS AND WATER VALVES WITHIN THE PROPOSED SIDEWALK RECONSTRUCTION SHALL BE RESET TO CONFORM TO THE PROPOSED FINISHED GRADE.

PROPERTY LINE

14. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ATTEMPT TO MAINTAIN THE EXISTING SIGNAL IN OPERATION AT ALL TIMES. IF THE EXISTING SIGNAL OPERATION IS EXTINGUISHED DURING NON-WORKING HOURS DUE TO THE CONTRACTOR'S WORK, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE A TEMPORARY TRAFFIC SIGNAL SYSTEM (i.e. TEMPORARY WIRING, SIGNAL HEADS, POLES, ETC.) IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN THE NORMAL SIGNAL OPERATION. THE USE OF TRAFFIC DIRECTORS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED DURING NON-WORKING HOURS, UNLESS APPROVED BY THE OWNER. NO SEPARATE PAYMENT WILL BE MADE. THE COST OF PERFORMING THIS WORK SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE VARIOUS ITEMS.

INLET BICYCLE RACK TRASH RECEPTACLE SHARROWS TREE PROTECT EXISTING TRAFFIC SIGNAL

SHRUB PERRENIALS/GRASSES PROTECT EXISTING TREE REMOVE EXISTING TREE INLET PROTECTION/FILTER RELOCATED STREET LIGHT CONSTRUCTION AREA INLET (NEW) INLET (RESET) INLET (ABANDON)

15. ALL TRAFFIC SIGNS SHALL BE INSTALLED BY THE CONTRACTOR SO THAT THEY DO NOT OBSCURE EACH OTHER OR ARE HIDDEN FROM VIEW BY OTHER ROADSIDE OBJECTS AS APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER.

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16. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE OR RELOCATE ALL EXISTING SIGNS AS SHOWN ON THE PLANS OR AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER. THE COST FOR REMOVAL OR RELOCATION OF SIGNS SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE BID FOR THE PAY ITEM "CLEARING SITE."

TOP OF CURB BOTTOM OF CURB NUMBER NOT TO SCALE DETAIL MAXIMUM TEMPORARY TYPICAL REFERENCE EQUAL DIAMETER DRAWING TOP OF WALL BOTTOM OF WALL HIGH POINT LOW POINT CENTERLINE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT FACE OF CURB POINT OF TANGENCY POINT OF CURVATURE LEFT OF STATION LINE RIGHT OF STATION LINE

17. CONTRACTOR'S FIELD STAKEOUT SURVEYOR IS RESPONSIBLE VERIFYING EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS AND NOTING ANY DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN SITE FIELD CONDITIONS AND STAKING PLAN PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. SHOULD ANY DISCREPANCIES EXIST CONTRACTOR'S SURVEYOR SHALL NOTIFY OWNER PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF WORK. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK PERFORMED PRIOR TO FIELD VERIFICATION OF STAKING PLAN. 18. THIS PLAN IS A REPRESENTATION OF DESIGN INTENT ONLY AND AS SUCH DENOTES VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL RELATIONSHIPS, MATERIALS AND FINISHES. CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT TO THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT SHOP DRAWINGS INDICATING STRUCTURAL DESIGN, AS WELL AS PLANS AND ELEVATIONS, APPROPRIATE TO ENSURE DESIGN INTENT IS MET. 19. DO NOT WILLFULLY PROCEED WITH CONSTRUCTION AS DESIGNED WHEN OBSTRUCTIONS AND /OR GRADE DIFFERENCES EXISTS THAT MAY NOT HAVE BEEN KNOWN DURING DESIGN. DO NOT PROCEED WITH CONSTRUCTION AND ORDERING MATERIALS WHEN INFORMATION IS INCOMPLETE OR OTHER DISCREPANCIES MAY EXISTS CONTRACTOR SHALL IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT AND OWNER OF SUCH CONDITIONS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ASSUME COMPLETE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL NECESSARY REVISIONS DUE TO FAILURE TO GIVE SUCH NOTIFICATION. 20. OWNER SHALL APPROVE STAKING IN FIELD OF ALL IMPROVEMENTS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY OWNER 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF STAKEOUT. 21. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR POWER AND WATER NEEDED DURING CONSTRUCTION. 22. THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT/CIVIL ENGINEER SHALL BE CONSULTED IN ANY SITUATIONS WHERE ON-SITE CONDITIONS PROHIBIT CONSTRUCTION AS SHOWN ON THE PLANS, PRIOR TO MAKING ANY CHANGES. 23. CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE CARE TO PROTECT FROM CONSTRUCTION ALL EXISTING TREES, STRUCTURES UNDER/ABOVE GROUND SURFACE THAT ARE TO REMAIN. ANY DAMAGE DONE TO THESE DURING CONSTRUCTION MUST BE REPLACED AT CONTRACTOR'S OWN COST WITHIN THE CONSTRUCTION PERIOD. 24. CONTRACTOR SHALL OBTAIN ALL PERMITS NECESSARY FOR CONSTRUCTION FROM THE APPROPRIATE LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL AGENCIES. CONTRACTOR SHALL LEAVE THE SITE EACH DAY IN AN ORDERLY FASHION AND SHOULD REMOVE ALL LITTER, REFUSE, DEBRIS AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FROM THE SITE DAILY, IN COMPLIANCE WITH APPROPRIATE LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS. CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE MEASURES TO LIMIT THE AMOUNT OF SOIL LEAVING THE SITE ON EQUIPMENT. ANY DEBRIS ON ROAD SURFACES SHOULD BE CLEANED DAILY. 25. IF APPLICABLE, THE CONTRACTOR MUST PROVIDE A PORTABLE RESTROOM UNIT FOR THE DURATION OF THE PROJECT IN A LOCATION APPROVED BY THE MUNICIPALITY AND THE OWNER. 26. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE REQUIRED TO SAFELY SECURE THE SITE THROUGHOUT THE DURATION OF CONSTRUCTION AND FINAL APPROVAL. ALL COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH SECURING THE SITE, INCLUDING TEMPORARY FENCING, SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE VARIOUS ITEMS ABOVE. 27. THE ITEM 'CLEARING SITE'' SHALL INCLUDE REMOVAL AND PROPER DISPOSAL OF EXISTING CURBS, SIDEWALKS, SLABS, CONCRETE, ASPHALT AND GRAVEL, VEGETATION INCLUDING TREE STUMPS, FENCES, FOOTINGS, RAILROAD TIES AND PLANTERS AS INDICATED OR AS DIRECTED BY OWNER IN THE FIELD. THIS ITEM SHALL ALSO INCLUDE THE PROTECTION AND RESETTING OF ALL SIGNS, SIGN POSTS, UTILITY LINES, UTILITY COVERS AND CLEAN OUTS AS DENOTED ON THE PLANS OR DIRECTED BY OWNER IN THE FIELD. 28. ALL DISTURBED SHRUBS, FENCING, SIGNS, MAIL BOXES, DRIVES, ETC. SHALL BE RESTORED TO THEIR ORIGINAL CONDITION AND TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE OWNER. NO SEPARATE PAYMENT SHALL BE MADE FOR THIS RESTORATION, UNLESS SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE. 29. IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO PRESERVE THE SURVEY BASELINE AND RE-ESTABLISH THE ROADWAY CENTERLINE FOLLOWING PAVEMENT REMOVAL. CONTRACTOR SHALL HAVE METHOD OF PRESERVATION AND RESTORATION APPROVED BY ENGINEER PRIOR TO REMOVAL/CLEARING SITE.

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Construction Documents

Construction Docum Bloomfield, NJ

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Client:

TOWNSHIP OF BLO

1 Municipal Plaza Bloomfield NJ 07003

ALTERNATE 'A' LIMIT OF DISTURBANCE

Tel 973 680 4192 Fax 973 680 4510

Role: (Urban Design + Landsc

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TREE O.C . 4+85.63

4 L-501

CONCRETE SIDEWALK

BENCH TYPE 2 (TYP)

1 L-503

TREE O. 4+44 C. .75

3 L-500

TRASH RECEPTACLE (TYP)

REET

4 L-504

GRANITE COBBLE BAND (TYP)

1 L-500

TREE BE 3+85 D .67

# L-###

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

GRANITE COBBLE BAND

BIKE RACK (TYP)

TREE O. 3+80 C. TREE .09 O. 3+98 C. TREE .25 BE 3+76 D TR .04 EE 3+68 BED .74 TREE 3+64 O.C. TREE .63 3+61 BED .18

ADA CURB RAMP (TYP)

LIG HT 3+51 O.C. .45

CONCRETE SIDEWALK

1 L-500

JAMES ST

2 L-501

3 L-500

3 L-501

TREE 3+57 BED TREE .61 3+53 O.C. .62

TREE 3+41 BED .81 BIK ER 3+ ACK LIG 33.57 HT 3+ FIXT. 27.7 9 CU RB RA 3+ MP O 16.0 .C. 8

CU RB R 2+ AMP O 60.6 .C. 3

LIG H 2+ T O.C B 31 . IK E .3 3 2+ RACK 32.2 5 TRE E 2+ BED 29.7 6 TRE E 2+ O.C 27.1 . 0

BIK E 2+ RACK 16.0 7

BENCH TYPE 2 (TYP)

TRASH RECEPTACLE (TYP)

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

2 L-501

01 Up 3 L-501

4 L-501 4 L-504

"

01 Up

20'-0

LIMIT OF DISTURBANCE

BIKE RACK (TYP)

www.arterialstreets.

Tel / Fax 973 320 9123 info@arterialstreets.com

PITT STREET

TYPICAL CORNER TREATMENT

Street Design Studio

105 Grove Street Suite 11-3 Montclair, New Jersey 07042

01 Bn

David I. Lustberg New Jersey Licensed Landscape Archite NJ LLA# AS00851

PROGRESS SET RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

4 L-504

Issue: No. Date

01 Bn

Remarks

3. COST FOR RELOCATING LIGHT FIXTURES SHALL INCLUDE ALL ELEMENTS SUCH AS FOOTINGS, NEW HARDWARE, CONDUIT & WIRING, STORAGE, ETC. IF THE EXISTING FIXTURE OR ANY OF ITS PARTS ARE DAMAGED DURING RELOCATION, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE THE PARTS OR FIXTURE IN ITS ENTIRETY AS NEEDED AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE CLIENT. 4. STATIONING POINTS FOR DRIVEWAY APRONS ARE PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE/GUIDANCE ONLY. CONTRACTOR SHALL CONFIRM THAT ALL DRIVEWAY APRONS ALIGN WITH EXISTING DRIVEWAYS & BUILDINGS. 5. ROOT BARRIER SHALL BE USED TO WRAP ALL UTILITIES THAT APPEAR IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO STREET TREES.

MATCHLINE STA. 5+73.06 SHEET L-102

2. FINAL LOCATIONS FOR ALL RELOCATED LIGHT FIXTURES SHALL BE APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER BEFORE FOOTINGS ARE POURED.

4 L-504

Sheet Title:

CONSTRUCTIO Drawn By: JR Checked By: DL

20

0

20

40 Date: 02 07 2013

SCALE IN FEET (1"=20')

Scale: 1"=20'

47


MATCHLINE STA. 10+68.61 SHEET L-103

MATCHLINE STA. 5+73.06 SHEET L-101

Construction Documents

ALTERNATE 'A' LIMIT OF DISTURBANCE

MEET EXISTING SIDEWALK NEATLY. SAWCUT TO PROVIDE CLEAN, FLUSH MATCH TO EXISTING SIDEWALK (TYP)

BALDWIN STREET

PROTECT EXISTING TRAFFIC SIGNAL (TYP)

WALK

PROTECT EXISTING TRAFFIC SIGNAL (TYP)

TRASH RECEPTACLE ADA CURB RAMP (TYP)

4 L-504

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

PROTECT & RESET VAULT (TYP) 3 L-501

01 Bn

BIKE RACK (TYP)

3 L-500

GRANITE COBBLE BAND

1 L-501

BENCH TYPE 1

20'-0"

CONCRETE SIDEWALK

RELOCATE FIRE HYDRANT (TYP)

02 Up

12'-0"

TRASH RECEPTACLE (TYP)

4 L-501

STREET TREE (TYP)

1 L-503

BENCH TYPE 2 (TYP)

2 L-501

GRANITE COBBLE BAND

3 L-500

BIKE RACK (TYP)

3 L-501

4 L-504

RELOCATE EXISTING RECYCLE BIN

12'-0"

LIGHT O.C. 10+97.53

TREE O.C. 10+81.78

PROTECT & RESET VAULT (TYP)

DRIVEWAY 11+9.21

TREE O.C. 10+76.38

DRIVEWAY 10+53.76

6'-0"

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

40

TREE O.C. 10+36.26

TYPICAL DRIVEWAY APRON

01 Ar

1 L-500

20

DRIVEWAY 10+49.43

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

3 L-502

CONCRETE SIDEWALK

SCALE IN FEET (1"=20')

BIKE RACK 10+27.36

4 L-504

ADA CURB RAMP

0

BIKE RACK 10+22.38

6'-0"

5 L-500

20

BIKE RACK 10+24.92

LIGHT O.C. 9+97.40

DRIVEWAY 9+79.43

01 Up

DRIVEWAY TREE O.C. 10+9.52 10+12.86

TREE O.C. 9+88.91

STREET

TREE O.C. 9+64.57

BROAD

12'-0"

12'-0"

25''-0"

TREE O.C . 9+21.71

MATCHLINE STA. 5+73.06 SHEET L-101

1 L-500

01 Bn

DRIVEWAY 8+77.42

01 Ar

TREE O.C . 8+65.73

PROTECT EXISTING TRAFFIC SIGNAL (TYP)

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

MEET EXISTING SIDEWALK NEATLY. SAWCUT TO PROVIDE CLEAN, FLUSH MATCH TO EXISTING SIDEWALK (TYP)

48

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

PROTECT & RESET VAULT (TYP)

LIGHT O.C . 8+75.33

4 L-504

DRIVEWAY 8+22.84

3 L-501

6'-0"

DRIVEWAY 8+31.38

BIKE RACK (TYP)

9'-0"

TREE O.C . 8+00.84

BENCH TYPE 2 (TYP)

2 L-501

LIGHT O.C. 7+84.60

DRIVEWAY 7+70.52

1 L-500

01 Bn

TREE O.C . 8+51.61

DRIVEWAY 7+61.73

TREE BED 7+40.72

TREE O.C. DRIV EWAY 7+36.05 7+44.42 TREE BED 7+32.82 LIGHT O.C. BIKE RAC K 7+33.93 7+29.14

LIGHT O.C. 7+13.69

LIGHT O.C. 6+59.56

01 Up

CONCRETE SIDEWALK

4 L-504

6'-0" 8'-0"

BIKE RACK 6+46.85 TREE BED 6+33.86

LIGHT O.C . 6+31.29 TREE O.C. 6+30.52

TREE BED 6+25.65

TREE O.C. 5+74.90

TREE O.C . 6+2.40

TREE O.C . 5+32.50

01 Up

MATCHLINE STA. 10+68.61 SHEET L-103

4 L-504

20'-0"

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

4 L-501

5 L-500


WARREN STREET

MATCHLINE STA. 10+68.61 SHEET L-103

Construction Documents

4 L-501

ADA CURB RAMP (TYP)

5 L-500

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

4 L-504

4 L-504

01 Ar

ER

STREET TREE (TYP)

1 L-503

5 L-500

ADA CURB RAMP (TYP)

1 L-501

BENCH TYPE 1 (TYP)

1 L-500

CONCRETE SIDEWALK

3 L-500

GRANITE COBBLE BAND (TYP)

MEET EXISTING SIDEWALK NEATLY. SAWCUT TO PROVIDE CLEAN, FLUSH MATCH TO EXISTING SIDEWALK

T

E RE ST

RELOCATE FIRE HYDRANT (TYP)

RELOCATE EXISTING RECYCLE BIN

OV

01 Bn

01 Up

14'-

0" 12'-

12'-0"

01 Up

HO

Y WA IVE DR 24.90 13+

. O.C HT LIG +9.26 13

PROTECT & RESET VAULT (TYP)

AY EW DRIV 89.79 12+

.C. EO TRE 75.31 12+

O.C. TREE .84 12+51

DRIVEWAY 11+49.28

TREE O.C. 11+81.28

WAY DRIVE 7 12+26.2

. LIGHT O.C 12+4.03

DRIVEWAY 11+69.55

TREE O.C. 11+54.55

LIGHT O.C. 10+97.53

DRIVEWAY 10+53.76

TREE O.C. 10+81.78

DRIVEWAY 49.43

TREE O.C. 10+76.38

DRIVEWAY 11+9.21

BROAD

T STREE

02 Up

14'-0"

01 Up

12'-0"

20'-0"

01 Ar

. O.C HT LIG 85.63 12+

12'-0"

O.C. TREE .95 12+49

01 Bn

12'-0"

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

.C. TO D LIGH 42.83 .C. BE + 0 EE 14 RO TR 42.8 LTE .25 . SHE +36 14+ O.C 14 9 EE TR 37.5 14+ BED 7 EE TR 34.5 14+ . O.C 7 HT . LIG +34.5 O.C K 14 EE 9 AC E R 6 TR 06.8 BIK 15.2 K 14+ .C. 14+ RAC EO E 5 TRE 02.94 BIK 09.5 14+ 14+ .C. EO TRE 99.04 13+ . O.C ER 0" ELT 89.13 SH 16'13+ .C. 0" O HT .63 16'LIG 3 7 13+ .C. PO RAM 62.23 13+ .C. PO RAM 62.15 13+ . O.C HT LIG 52.27 13+

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

TRASH RECEPTACLE (TYP)

4 L-504

EXISTING PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL TO BE PAINTED BLACK

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

TYPICAL DRIVEWAY APRON GRANITE COBBLE BAND (TYP) RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

0"

BIKE RACK (TYP)

3 L-501

BENCH TYPE 2 (TYP)

2 L-501

BUS SHELTER (TYP)

5 L-501

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT 4 L-504 3 L-502 3 L-500 4 L-504

ADA CURB RAMP (TYP)

TRASH RECEPTACLE (TYP)

4 L-504 5 L-500

4 L-501

MEET EXISTING SIDEWALK NEATLY. SAWCUT TO PROVIDE CLEAN, FLUSH MATCH TO EXISTING SIDEWALK

HLINE STA. 10+68.61 SHEET L-103

LIMIT OF DISTURBANCE 1 L-500

CONCRETE SIDEWALK

4 L-504

RELOCATED STREETLIGHT

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