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JINGCHENG HUANG EDUCATION

hhhhuang@ucdavis.edu | (530)-761-6853 4500 Alhambra Dr, Apt 157 Davis, CA 95618

Work Sample 2017-2018

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS Senior - Class of 2018 Pursuing Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture

WORK EXPERIENCE

ATKINS Landscape Architecture Intern | June 2017 to August 2017 in Shanghai, China • Participated in schematic design and design development for 4 projects including Window of Canton and Huajia Tourism Town • Collected and visualized data for site analysis • Prepared design draftings and presented to clients

JAMES CORNER FIELD OPERATIONS & SANFEN ARCHITECTS Landscape Architecture Intern|June 2016 to July 2016 in Shenzhen, China • Worked cloesly on real-life commercial and residential landscape projects • Created SketchUp models of high-rise buildings and landscapes

UC DAVIS DEPARTMENT OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Student Mentor|Fall 2016 & Fall 2017 in Davis, CA • Co-taught discussion sessions for Introduction to landscape architecture • Held weekly office hours to help students with papers, sketchings and other course related questions

ISTOCK & SHUTTERSTOCK Stock Photographer|July 2016 to Present • Produce and publish high-quality stock photographs • Used by various websites and news press such as Wall Street Journal and US News SKILL SUMMARY

SOFTWARE Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Lightroom), SketchUp, Rhino, Grasshopper, AutoCAD, Vectorworks, GIS, V-Ray, Lumion, Office Suite

DESIGN Hand Drafting, 3D-Modeling & Rendering, Data Crawling, Photography

COMMUNICATION Copywriting, Public Speaking, Fluent in English and Chinese (Mandarin) HONORS

• 2018 Photographer's Forum 38th College Photography Contest, Finalist • 2017 PricewaterhouseCoopers National Case Competition, Finalist, Davis, CA • 2017 Spring Dean’s Honor List, UC Davis • 2017 UCD ASLA Professional Dinner, Student Work Exhibition, Davis, CA

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Subtle & Sublime

02

Retrieving the Lost Linkage

03

Stepping into the Delta

04

Reconnecting San Jose

05

Window of Canton

06

Huojia Tourism Town

07

Pond, Pavilion and Lofts

Shoreline & Salt Pond Restoration

Ecological Restoration

Landscape Design

Urban Design & Planning

Professional Work of Landscape Design Development

Professional Work of Landscape Schematic Design

Construction Document Set


1. Subtle & Sublime

Shoreline & Salt Pond Restoration Upper Division Studio (On-Going) Induvidual Work at UC Davis Instructor: Brett Milligan Winter 2018

MASTER PLAN Alameda Creek Wind

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CONTEXT

OYSTER FARM

Eden Landing Ecological Reserve is a nature reserve in Hayward and Union City, California, on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay. As a part of Resilient by Design challenge, this project focuses on the outer barrier, which proposes a breakwater system on the bay side, an enhanced levee and land mass on the inland. The goal is to restore the salt ponds into wildlife habitats and protect the surrounding community from sea level rise.

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Rodent

SECTION DIAGRAM

Plants

Historical Elevation Current Elevation Proposed Elevation

Salt Marsh Harvest Mouse(ENDANGERED) Eelgrass Gumplants Pickleweed Cordgrass

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Gumplants Pickleweed Cordgrass

Sediment Accumulation and Mini Salt Pond Formation Reinforced Levee

Upland Transition Zone (UTZ)

Landforms

Pond

Bird Nesting Islands

Not To Scale


BREAKWATER SYSTEM Realflow Simulation

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Wave collides with the first layer of breakwater - Oyster Farm.

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Wave passes the first laye

First Layer: Oyster Farm

Three rows of oyster beds located 850 ft away from the levee that promote eelgrass habitat and create small-scale oyster production.

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Second Layer: Reef Balls

Three layers of concrete reef balls located 400 ft away from the levee that create marine reef habitat as well as promote algae growth and sediment accumulation.

Sediment Landform: Water Flow

Bird Islands: Wind Pattern

RESILIENT LANDFORM

When water flows in and out from breaches, the meandering sediment landforms can accumulate sediment and create small salt pans on the back of levee. Clusters of bird island, located 600 feet from levee, consist of three 1-ha linear islands placed perpendicular to wind direction in order to promote bird nesting opportunities. Space between islands will likely to accumulate sediments and promote algae growth.

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er and collides with the second layer.

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Wave energy is reduced when water encounters the levee.

Water refluxes and the next round of wave begins.

ASING DIAGRAM

2018

current levee is 25 feet wide. Water comes in ugh breaches to the pond. Habitat is limited.

2028

Eelgrass habitat will be established around oyster farm. Sediment and algae will appear around reef balls.

2038

Water will have eroded and pushed the reinforced levee. Accretion of Sediment and algae will continue.


Oyster Farm

SPECIES AND HABITATS

SENSING ST FORSTER’S TERN

RIDGEWAY’S RAIL

ANIMALS

HARVEST MOUSE

CORDGRASS

PICKLEWEED

EELGRASS

PLANT SPECIES

ALGAE

OYSTER

MUSSEL

FISH

AQUATIC SPECIES

ISLAND

OPEN WATER

SALT MARSH

HABITAT TYPE

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Education Program

Ecological Research

TATION

SENSING PLATFORM

EEF BALLS

ALGAES

MARINE LAB FLOATING DECK

EELGRASS

OYSTER FARM


2. Retrieving the Lost Linkage Ecological Restoration Upper Division Studio Induvidual Work at UC Davis Instructor: Steve Grevo Fall 2017

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PUTAH CREEK

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FUTURE:

In the past, Putah Creek used to flow from west to east, so did the North Fork Channel, which now flows from east to west. As a result of this change, the west portion of the North Fork dried out and become underused. The land use for this surrounding area is mainly agriculture, which is not desirable for animals.


Overall Greenway Inventory and Focused Area WEST SACRAMENTO

DAVIS WINTERS

DIXON

VACAVILLE

CWHR TYPE

Dam Trail

100 Year Flood Plain

Annual Grassland

Fishing Access

Urban

Barren

Putah Creek

Water Plant

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Blue Oak Woodland, Blue Oak-Foothill Pine

Bridge

Cropland ACCESS TYPE

Canal

Eucalyptus, Urban

Highway

No Public Access

Fresh Emergent Wetland

Local Road

Open Access

Riverine

Bike Trail

Restricted Access

Urban

Levee

Unknown Access

Valley Foothill Riparian

Focal Species Study

Mule Deer

White Tailed Kite

Swainson's Hawk

Giant Gatersnake

AGR

Agriculture

FEW

Western Pond Turtle

Chinook Salmon

Node 1

Node 2

Fresh Emergent Wetland

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Node 3

Vallehy Oak Woodland

VRI

Node 4

HABITAT TYPE

NODE

Valley Riparian

SPECIES


By reintroducing water into this area, the entire North Fork will reconnect with Putah Creek. In addition, confluences of river will create more opportunities to establish diverse habitat types, especially fresh emergent wetland to acquire more species and provide corridors for animals.


Site Plan

NODE 1: Water Divergence

NODE 2: Highway Reconstruction

AGR

VOW

Agriculture

Vallehy Oak Woodland

VOW

VRI

Vallehy Oak Woodland

Valley Riparian

VRI

Valley Riparian

NODE 3: Habitats Establishment

NODE 4: Water Remerge

FEW

AGR

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FEW

VRI

VRI

Fresh Emergent Wetland

Vallehy Oak Woodland

Valley Riparian

Agriculture

Fresh Emergent Wetland

Valley Riparian


3. Stepping into the Delta Landscape Design

ACTIVITIES IN THE DELTA

Upper Division Studio Induvidual Work at UC Davis Instructor: Elizabeth Boults Winter 2017

BOATING

CAMPING & RV

BIRD WATCHING

WATERSKIING

GOLF

FISHING & HUNTING

Opportunities: aeration of water can combat eutrophication and visitors experience nature Constraints: biological contamination, pollution, unnatural change in geomorphology and hydrology Opportunities: people experience nature through a quiet relatively non invasive activity Constraints: materials and infrastructure

Opportunities: increased job opportunities Constraints: destruction of natural lands and unsustainable usage of water and fertilizer

SITE ANALYSIS

CONTEXT

Opportunities: bring family and friends closer, provide natural area for people to enjoy Constraints: harmful effects to ecosystem due to waste and increased CO2 emission

Opportunities: water aeration combats eutrophication Constraints: noise, pollution, biological contamination, disturbance and dislocation of wildlife

Opportunities: seasonal social events bring community together and closer to nature Constraints: harmful effects on the ecosystem due to overfishing and pollution


Sacramento

Stockton Antioch

The site locates within a local winery called Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg, CA. The site is an underused area at the back of the winery buildings and is adjacent to the Sacramento River. The opportunities of this site include reconnecting the surrounding community at multiple levels, as well as providing a destination for outdoors and water related activities in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.

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Car Entrance Bike Access Bus Parking Car Parking Gift Shop Restroom Winery Access Great Lawn

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Water Fountain Observation Deck Grass Terrace Delta Orchard Restaurants & Bars Green Roof Sitting Terrace Bamboo Wall

SECTION ELEVATION

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Grove Bridge Floating Dock The Delta Barge Bioswale Floral Garden Outdoor Sitting Area Detention Basin

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EDUCATION

EVENTS

CONNECTION

HARDSCAPE COVER

SOFTSCAPE COVER

COMMUNITY

DRAINAGE PATTERN


4. Reconnecting San Jose

Midtown San Jose 2050 Plan DOWNTOWN

Upper Division Studio at UC Davis Collaborator: Liya Ma, Cameron Gee Instructor: Elizabeth Boults Spring 2017

ST. LEO

SAN JOSE AIRPORT

SANTA CLARA

KOREATOWN

JAPANTOWN

DOWNTOWN SAN JOSE

UPTOWN SAN JOSE

DOWNTOWN

CONNECTIONS at VARIOUS SCALES

WEST SAN JOSE

Midtown San Jose is in between two highly active areas, Wet San Jose and Downtown San Jose. The goal of this project is to address the disconnection between these two areas by promoting connections at various scale within and around the site.

HIGHWAY RAILWAY ACTIVITY MIDTOWN

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Provide Equitable Access to Different Land Use Types

2

Establish Effective Transportation Methods

3

Historical Preservation and Cultural Development

4

Create Safe, Walkable, and Accessible Neighborhoods

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Environmental Sustainability and Adaptability

$15,000-49,999

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55-74

$50,000-99,999

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28%

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35%

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AFRICAN AMERICAN 75-84+

DOWNTOWN COMMERCIAL

15-34

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27%

21%

HISPANIC

As the economic and cultural leader of Silicon Valley and one of the most populous cities in the United States, San Jose is an important driver of innovation heading into the mid-21st century. The Specific Plan 2050 focuses on strengthening the connection between two highly active areas, Downtown and West San Jose. The Plan also aims to develop the interconnectivity of Midtown neighborhoods, helping to give Midtown a more cohesive physical identity. An efficient transit network will establish connectivity at a smaller scale and reinforce this physical identity. The Plan includes land use policies to identify strategic areas where Midtown will be developed. In addition, policies focus on providing accessible transportation and pedestrian-oriented streetscapes, maximizing environmental sustainability, and increasing the quality of life in Midtown.

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WESTFIELD

30%

$200,000+ 30%

35-54

$100,000-199,999

WHITE

GENERAL COMMERCIAL NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL HIGH TO VERY HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL LIGHT INDUSTURIAL AGRICULTURE AND OPEN SPACE

1 O’CONNOR PARK 2 CAHILL PARK 3 DEL MONTE PARK

POPULATION: 3291 MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME: $106,307

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MEDIAN HOME VALUE: $430,300

TRAIN MAJOR VEHICLE CIRCULATION

MEDIUM TO HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL COMBINED INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL

POPULATION: 5745 MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME: $82,192 MEDIAN HOME VALUE: $426,400 3

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EXISTING LAND USE ZONING MAP

COMMUNITY PARK

GENTRIFICATION MAP AND DATA

TRANSIT CIRCULATION


PROPOSED LAND USE

PARK/OPEN SPACE ACREAGE: 30 ACRES FAR: 0

HIGH DENSITY COMMERCIAL ACREAGE: 6.6 ACRES FAR: 4.5

DOWNTOWN COMMERCIAL MIXED USE AREA NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL PARK/PUBLIC OPEN SPACE RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY FACILITY

COMMUNITY FACILITIES ACREAGE: 7.5 ACRES FAR: 1.5

TRANSIT HUB ACREAGE: 5.0 ACRES FAR: 2.0

MIXED USE AREA ACREAGE: 18 ACRES FAR: 4.0

LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL ACREAGE: 7.0 ACRES TOTAL UNITS: 35 FAR: 1.8

COMBINED INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL

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100 200

400 ft

INDUSTRIAL ACREAGE: 40 ACRES FAR: 2.5

Los Gatos Creek Trail

HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL ACREAGE: 27.0 ACRES TOTAL UNITS: 945 FAR: 3.6

EXPLODED VIEW TREE COVERAGE

PARK & GREEN SPACE

TRANSIT HUB & RAILWAY

HYPERLOOP

Transit Hub and Front Plaza TRAIN LRT LRT BART RESIDENTIAL

DOWNTOW COMMERCIA

BUILDING FOOTPRINT

ROADWAY SYSTEM PARK

NERBORHOOD COMMERCIAL

TRANSPORTATION HUB

MIDTOWN SAN JOSE

Section B-B: Trail Intervention

Section A-A: Transit Hub HYPERLOOP TRAIN LRT LRT BART

RESIDENTIAL

PARK

TRANSPORTATION HUB NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL

DOWNTOWN COMMERCIAL MIX USED COMMERCIAL

NEIGHBORHOOD

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

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5. Window of Canton

Landscape Design Development Professional Work at Atkins Summer Internship 2017 Contribution: 3D Model, Master Plan, Section, Render


6. Huojia Tourism Town

Schematic Landscape Design Professional Work at Atkins Summer Internship 2017 Contribution: Site Analysis, Concept, 3D Model, Rendering, Presentaion


6. Pond, Pavilion and Lofts

Construction Document Set Upper Division Studio Induvidual Work at UC Davis Instructor: Keith Wilson & Marq Truscott Fall 2017

LAYOUT NOTES 1.

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. 3. ALL TRADES SHALL COORDINATE WORK SO PROGRESS OF WORK IS NOT INTERRUPTED AND CAN BE COMPLETED IN A TIMELY MANNER. 4. 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. 5. WRITTEN DIMENSIONS SHALL TAKE PRECEDENT OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. IN THE EVENT ANY DISCREPANCIES ARE DISCOVERED, NOTIFY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO PROCEEDING WITH WORK. 6. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO EDGE OF CONCRETE FLATWORK, FACE OF CURB, OR CENTER POINT OF RADIUS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 7. NEW CONCRETE FLATWORK SHALL MEET GRADE OF EXISTING CONCRETE FLATWORK OR OTHER PAVING. WHERE NEW CONCRETE IS PLACED ADJACENT TO CURB(S) OR (E)TC:312.8 (E)TC:312.8JOINT SHALL BE INSTALLED EXISTING CONCRETE PAVING, A CONTINUOUS EXPANSION BETWEEN THE NEW CONCRETE FLATWORK AND(E)BC:312.2 EXISTING CURB(S), CONCRETE (E)BC:312.2 FLATWORK OR OTHER PAVING. 8. ALL SLEEVING SHALL BE INSTALLED PRIOR TO PLACING CONCRETE WORK. REFER TO IRRIGATION AND ELECTRICAL PLANS FOR SLEEVING LOCATIONS. FG:312.5 SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE 9. THE CONTRACTOR RIM:312.0FOR REPAIRING, AT NO ADDITIONAL COST RIM:3 TO THE OWNER, ANY EXISTING AREA DESIGNATED TO REMAIN WHICH IS DISTURBED AS INV:3 INV:309.4 RIM:311.4 A CONSEQUENCE OF THE CONTRACTOR'S CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS. REFER TO INV:309.7 2% HP:312.2 2% HP:312.8 ARCHITECTURAL AND 2 CIVIL PLANS FOR MORE INFORMATION. 1 1 FG:311.2 RIM:312.8 1 RIM:312.8 (E)FFE:312.8 INV:307.9 (E)TC:312.8 INV:307.4 (E) FS:312.8 (E)BC:312.2 (E) FS:31 BC:310.8 TC:313.3 TC:313.3 RIM:312.8 RIM:312.8 RIM:312.8 INV:308.2 INV:307.6 INV:307.6 TC:313.3 2 1 3 1 LAYOUT KEYNOTES FG:311.3 FG:311.3 BC:310.8 (E) FS:312 (E) FS:312.8 FG:311.3 1% 1% 1. WORKPLACE BUILDING A, REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL PLANS. BC:310.8 BC:310.8 2. WORKPLACE RIM:312.8 BUILDING B, REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL PLANS. TC:313.3 TC:313.3 3. WORKPLACE PLANS. INV:307.8 BUILDING C, REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL RIM:312.8 RIM:312.8 4. WORKPLACE D, REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL PLANS. 3 2 2 1 TC:313.3 BUILDING INV:307.2 5. ACCESSIBLE PAVING TO BEGIN BEYOND. INV:307.2 BC:310.8 RAMP, REFER TO CIVIL PLANS. COMMONS FG:311.3 FG:311.3 6. SITEFG:311.3 PAVING, REFER TO CIVIL PLANS. FS:312.8 (E)SEE (E) FS:31 7. BIKE RACK. ULTRA PLAY HORIZON BIKE RACK. DETAIL L2-A.

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312.0 309.4 2% HP:312.2

23.1 GPM (SPRAY)

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 1" SURFACE GRADES WITH ADJACENT EXISTING GRADES. CONTACT LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT IF ANY 3 TREE CANOPIES ARE SHOWN DISCREPANCIES ARE FOUND IN THE FIELD THAT AFFECT CONFORMANCE. 4" REFERENCE ONLY, 2% POSITIVE SLOPE, UNLESS OTHERWISE ALL FINISHED LANDSCAPE GRADESFOR SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM REFER TO PLANTING PLAN. NOTED.

5.

FG:312.5

2

1½" 1.00 / 30 PSI 1½" 1.00 / 30 PSI 1½" 1.60 / 30 PSI 1½" 1.60 / 30 PSI THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR GRADING EXISTING CONDITIONS TO CONFORM TO THE FINISHED GRADES INDICATED ON THE PLANS.112" 112" 112" 11 4" 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 DRAINAGE1" STRUCTURES, STREET IMPROVEMENTS, AND FINISHED FLOOR 1" ELEVATIONS WITH THE ENGINEER OR OWNER. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO 3 NOTIFY THE OWNER SHOULD THERE BE ANY3 DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN THE PLANS AND THE ACTUAL SITE 4" 3 3 1" 4" 4" 4" CONDITIONS.

JH GROUP

GRADING NOTES 33.02 GPM (SPRAY) 1 1.

RIM:312.0 INV:307.0 0'

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

SHEET

G1 Irrigation Plan

0'

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

A

CONTROLLER/ HYDROZONE #

Jingcheng Huang 2018 UC Davis Landscape Architecture Portfolio  

UC Davis, Landscape Architecture, BS, 18'

Jingcheng Huang 2018 UC Davis Landscape Architecture Portfolio  

UC Davis, Landscape Architecture, BS, 18'

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