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jlm Jennifer Maughan 13555 N 5600 W Cornish, UT 84308 maughan,jennifer@gmail.com 435-770-4721


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EDUCATION Senior Utah State University BLA Teacher’s Assistant Assistant Professor Bo Yang Awards and Scholarships Outstanding Sophomore 2012 Outstanding Junior 2013 LAEP Faculty Award 2013 Seeley-Hinckley Scholarship 2013 CORE QUALIFICATIONS Autocad Hand Rendering Photoshop Indesign Powerpoint Excel Technical Writing

EXPERIENCE Utah State Unviversity - current Innovation Campus Project Cross-country course and wellness park design. Allegis 2005-2009 Registered Representative Risk assessment and research Estate planning and education. PERSONAL INTERESTS Music composition Period dramas


personal statement

“Supposing is good,

but finding out is better.” –Mark Twain

Having spent the majority of my adult life raising a very large family, I can say, without hesitation, I have engaged in a massive amount of problem solving; sometimes, even successfully. After years and years of solution seeking, I have learned three very important lessons: First, problem solving requires both observing and understanding patterns; beneficial and unfavorable. Second, the best - and most sustainable - solutions, without question, emphasize the beneficial while minimizing the unfavorable. And, third - best phrased by Einstein - “We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking used when we created them.” Sounds a lot like Landscape Architecture to me.


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contents

South Salt Lake 01 urban planning - TOD

West Logan Park 05 open space recreation

USU Housing 09 sustainable development - WOONERF - mixed-use

Residential Design 15 bioclimatic fourplex

Kent Concert Hall Courtyard 17 public spaces - construction documents


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*IBI Group Inc. Central Pointe master plan connection

300 West

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TRAX line S-line street car major pedestrian crosswalks

Diagram of walkability and TRAX barrier solution.

pedestrian overpass w/ elevator pedestrian underpass Valley transportation hub sidewalks street car stops parks/ recreation/ openspace

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Community Center, library & open space recreation


South Salt Lake team project -urban planning - TOD 2100 South

Mixed-use core concept

Revitalize South Salt Lake industrial corridor, create iconic city center, capitalize on existing valley-wide transportation hub, and create walkable mixed-use destination and neighborhood.

program

 Address TRAX line pedestrian barrier  Provide basic services within walking distance of housing and transportation hub.  Open space recreation, community center, and business incubators to help integrate refugees and immigrants.  Affordable housing  Tie design into *Central Pointe Station master plan  Complete streets

process

Autocad, indesign, sketch-up, photoshop, and hand rendering.

Central Pointe

Main Street

West Temple

200 West TRAX corridor

Utopian Avenue

Haven Avenue

Truman

City Center

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East elevation

Northeast perspective

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Southeast perspective


Valley-wide transportation hub 400 feet

South Salt Lake pedestrian underpass

Library

Mixed use

Cafe w/ overlook

concept

Pedestrian access connecting east and west side of TRAX corridor

program

 ADA accessible  Open and well lit to maximize security  Walkable to food, commercial and transportation hub  Varied activities in close proximity; sedentary to recreative.  Entrance to commercial at lower level

Mixed use

Residential

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Perspective sketch of pond and boardwalk

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Design parti


West Logan Park recreation and open space design

500 S 1900 E Logan, Utah

concept

Convert 19 acre agricultural property into a sustainable open space recreation park that connects to Cache Valley trail systems.

program

 Minimized parking,  Formal community gathering,  Structured and unstructured play  Canoe launch  Fish pond  Trail connections throughout site  Address seasonal drainage  Retain existing vegetation where possible.

process

Hand drawn sketches, autocad, indesign, photoshop

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West Logan Park plaza design - planting design - planting plan

concept

Gathering plaza for community events serving as a focal point and entrance to park.

program

 Address onsite seasonal drainage.  Xeric landscape design with year round interest.  Low maintenance  Structures for gathering  Restrooms

process

Autocad, photoshop, indesign, hand rendering

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Pedestrian circulation

Open green

4 Vehicle circulation

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USU HOUSING team project -sustainable development

Utah State University Logan, Utah

concept

Replace married student trailer housing with mixed-use TOD that accomodates 45 single and 60 family housing units.

program

 Centralized open space.  Mixed-use along main road.  Crosswalks to existing housing.  Two transit stops: one at mixed-use core; one centralized  Internal roads curvilinear to slow traffic (WOONERF).  Pedestrian trails throughout.  All singles unit located above commercial use.

my part

Worked with partner to develop concept and design, initial autocad work, all hand rendering, bioclimatic housing concept.

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USU Housing

“WOONERF” Dutch word meaning ‘living streets” where the street is viewed as a social space, and pedestrians and bicyclists have legal priority over the motorist.

WOONERF street (team)

concept

Shared or WOONERF street

program

 Curvilinear streets slow traffic and allow pedestrian use.  Housing angled towards SE and curved south facing wall for optimal winter solar gain.  Vegetation buffer E-W sides and 2’ overhangs to minimize solar gain in summer.

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Aggie Garden

A-A Elevation

Aggie Garden

Perspective of Aggie Garden

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Entrance perspective


USU Housing Mixed-use plaza

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Mixed use central plaza

program

 Semi-public and public spaces  Open green gathering space  Focal point - identity “Aggie garden”  Semi-private residential overlook

process

Autocad, autocad 3-D, hand rendering, photoshop

Planview

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Bioclimatic Residential Design bioclimatic fourplex

.79 ACRES 925 W IRVINE RD PHOENIX, AZ

925 W Irvine Rd, Phoenix, AZ .79 acres

concept

Locate up to one acre of residential property and design a four-plex based on unique climatic conditions.

program

 Maximize comfort indoor and outdoor.  Minimize energy use

climate design parameters

 Vegetation buffer E-W sides and 2’ overhangs to minimize solar gain in summer  Indoor living centralized, utilities on outside walls to baffle sun impact  Clerestory windows and thermal massing utilized.  Lower shaded outdoor spaces, capitalize on air sink  Turf limited and shaded  Desert landcaping

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Physical and circulation site analysis

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Elevation concept vignettes


Kent Concert Hall Courtyard

public space

concept

Redesign of Kent Concert Hall Courtyard to accommodate new entrance.

program

 Open space for large gathering  Semi-private conversation areas  Permanent and movable seating  Outdoor cafe eating  Stage for outdoor performance  Art displays  Bike racks  Site drainage incorporated intodesign

process

Autocad, indesign, photoshop, and hand rendering.

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Kent Concert Hall Courtyard layout

Arch layout: example of detail for granite inlay

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Kent Concert Hall Courtyard grading - construction details

KENT CONCERT HALL ENTRY ONS BASE MAP -EXISTING CONDITI SCALE 1:20

Stage and step LEGEND detail

Concrete to be removed Contours for every 6 inches

CONCRETE SIDEWALK - REMA

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EXISTING TREES - TO BE REM

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CONCRETE SCULPTURE BASE

Art display FIXTURES - REMOVE FR 4 LIGHT platform detail 5

IRRIGATION VALVES - RELOCA SITE.

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IRRIGATION MAIN LINE - REMO

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IRRIGATION MAIN LINE - CAP E

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BICYCLE RACKS - UNBOLT AN BASE FROM SITE.

Landscape Architecture Design

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CONCRETE PRECAST CURBIN

Dept of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning 4000 Old Main Utah State University 15 Logan, Utah, 84321 (435) 797-0301

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IRRIGATION VALVES - RELOCATE BOX AND VALVES TO SITE MARKED SITE.

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IR1 NORTH WEST OF PROJECT

IRRIGATION MAIN LINE - REMOVE FROM SITE.

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IRRIGATION MAIN LINE - CAP ENDS 1” PAST OUTFLOW OF RELOCATED VALVE (see #5 above).

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2 BICYCLE RACKS 10 - UNBOLT AND DELIVER TO UNIVERSITY MATERIALS 3 YARD. REMOVE CONCRETE BASE FROM SITE.

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CONCRETE PRECAST CURBING - REMOVE AND DELIVER TO UNIVERSITY SURPLUS SALES.

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BRICK PAVER SURFACE - REMOVE PAVERS AND DELIVER TO UNIVERSITY SURPLUS SALES. REMOVE

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LIGHT FIXTURES - REMOVE FROM SITE

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