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Cornell Plantations Botanical Garden, Ithaca, NY

Work Study/Gardner

2/2012-Present

Assist gardeners in all aspects of horticultural maintenance of public gardens.

Cape Cod Community College, Barnstable, MA

Paid Consultant

8/2012

Consultation for improvements to aesthetics of campus entry, focused on correct plant selection and maintenance practices.

Saint Aubin's Nursery, Eastham, MA

Field Manager

Design and implementation of successful sales display for increased merchandising and improved customer environment. Development and management of design and planting service through retail nursery. This additional service was offered for smaller projects not feasible for the company’s design and install division.

Cape Cod Community College, Barnstable, MA

Work Study, Envn. Tech. Department

5/2012-8/2012 5/2010-8/2011

9/2009-5/2011

Care of campus greenhouse. Utilized design knowledge to increase and improve interior plant displays for the benefit of student and staff environment health and enjoyment.

Schaub Landscaping & Design, Chatham, MA

Owner/Operator

8/2003-10/2006

Landscape Laborer

5/2000 - 8/2003

Managed all aspects of small landscaping firm including; fourteen maintenance accounts, garden design services, and installations. Earned 2004 Best of Small Landscapes by Chatham Garden Club for John C. Ricotta & Associates, Inc.

Design East, Chatham, MA Trained in maintenance and installation of high end residential landscapes.

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY BS Landscape Architecture / Anticipated Graduation 2014

Cape Cod Community College, Barnstable, MA AA Liberal Arts / Graduated May 26, 2011

Harwich High School, Harwich, MA

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College Prep. / May, 1995

Suburbia Transformed 2.0, International Competition for Residential Landscapes. One of two student winning entries. May 2012 The National Collegiate Honors Council Student of the Year, 1 of 14 students nominated nationwide. October 2010 Coca-Cola All-State Community College Academic Team, 1 of 22 winning entries from the state of Massachusetts. April 2010 2004 Best of Small Landscapes, Chatham Garden Club, John C. Ricotta & Associates, Inc. Honors Societies Memberships

Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society; Chapter President fall 2009 & spring 2010, New England Regional Vice President 2010-11 National Society of Collegiate Scholars Golden Key International Honors Society

110 Long Road Harwich, MA 02645 (774)722-0704 jms863@cornell.edu


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Ithaca, NY

Suburbia Transformed 2.0 Award Winning Entry

This design employs an earth sheltered home integrated within the surrounding landforms, community, and habitat. Balance between these features produces Original Home a home which is more efficient and sustainable than is typical of suburban lots. The new building promotes sustainability through use of on-site materials, earth sheltering and the deconstruction of the preexisting modular home. Recombining original components in a new arrangement permits maximal energy conservation through passive solar orientation. Energy savings is further reinforced by utilizing locally sourced and reused materials.

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This aesthetic mirrors James Rose’s ideal of creating a garden to be “sculpture that is large enough and perforated enough to walk through.” The design joins the complementary sculptures of garden and home into a single experience; melting away the opposition between them. The ideal of connection flows beyond the structure by involving the neighborhood through a shared network of trails, retention ponds, and natural habitat. This enhances the equilibrium of inhabitants with nature and each other, leading all to a balanced and sustainable existence.

C Odd shaped lot with no attempt to balance itself to the surrounding natural habitat or community . Simply a structure placed at the side of the road. Nearby bus stop and recreational bike trail offer incredible opportunities to connect the site to a larger community. The under utilized disturbed field in the client’s lot could be revitlized to mutually benefit the native habitat and the community surrounding it.

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Ithaca, NY This design was part of a semester long residential design course. We were charged with creating a design along with all the pertinent documents including; preliminary plans, master plan, planting plan, layout, grading, cost estimates, and proposals. Our design responses were guided by the needs and guidance of our assigned clients giving a sense of reality to the course.

LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION Date: May 3, 2013 Client: Chan Residence Address: 110 Teeter RD.

PROPOSAL FOR DESIGN SERVICES The Chan Residence

Designer: Jeremy Schaub Email:

Item Site Work Intial Site Work / Grading Dumping Fee HardScaping Driveway Lawn Deck Woodland Path (bluestone dust) Bluestone Walkway (Front) Bluestone Patio (Back) Bluestone Patio (Side Yard) Reataining Walls Dry River Bed (Stone) Catch Basins Site Features Gazebo Bridge Water Feature Plantings Ground Cover Flats Perennial 1Gallon Perennial 2Gallon Perenial 3Gallon Shrubs #5 Gallon Shrubs #7 Gallon Birch Tree Magnolias Evergreen Trees Mulch

110 Teeter Rd. Ithaca, NY 14850

Scope of Work: Jeremy M. Schaub, Landscape Architect Outlined are the proposed to beCost completed. Cost Quantity Unit tasksUnit DESIGN RESPONSE ONE 1. Assimilation of all program and site data from you. 1234 Other Rd, Harwich, Ma 02645 2. Measurement and analysis of on-site conditions. 28000 ft 2 $ 56,000.00 2 ft 2 information, 3. Development of baseft2 map from collected with an Lump sum $ 1,000.00 electronic base map presented by you. 4. Preparation of two alternative preliminary plans, be presented. Sub Total $ to57,000.00 Design Program 5. Refinement of one alternative preliminary plan or a combination of the two to establish a final master plan.

The Chan Residence sq ft 1970 $8 perthe ft2Following: $15,760 Please Note the Scope of Work Does Not Include 2789 $1,678.00 February sq or ft working .60 per ft 226, 1. Detailed construction drawings for2013 any site structure. 2. Change1582 or installation sq of ft municipal utilities. $ 47,460.00 3. Site constructions services. Mr. and Mrs. Chan (5yrds) 465 $ 175.00 $35/cy sq ft 110 Teeter Rd.$ Designer Statement 177 3,717.00 sq ft $21 per ft2 1. Entry Drawings. Ithaca, NY 14850 Jeremy M. Schaub 670 the following $ 14,070.00 sq ft drawings $21 per ft2 according Welcoming entry to direct guests to front door I will present to you to the time schedule outlined below: 164 $ 3,444.00 1. Two preliminary color plans site. These will be hand drawn at yet a scale of 1/8” = 1'. They sqrendered ft $21 perfor ft2the entire Landscape Architect Sublet inviting will represent and elements, including existing feature to remain, 20,250.00 450 ft2 the locations sq ft of all45proposed per ft2 site$changes such as; walkway, driveway, patios, fences, and$plantings. Notes will include pavement 2. Front yardand fence materials, 3613ft2 sq ft Dear Mr. and Mrs.30,000.00 Chan: fences heights, and general plant selection. Provide winter evergreen screening from neighbors to the southeast 4,500.00 2 plan, color earendered, drafted at the$ same 2. One master 1/8”=1' to show specific plant species and other material like to thank you for the invitation to meet both of you Wednesday afternoon and the enlightening SubI would Totaldesigns. $141,054.00 and patterns not listed in preliminary 3. Backfor yard discussion about your hopes and aspiration the new property. Your input is of the utmost importance to

ProvideI can privacy my design process.3,000.00 It is through this knowledge design your needs into the site making this the home Time Schedule. 1 $ 3,000.00 $ To allow views to Cayuga Lake if possible I will begin work upon receipt the signed contract. be completed youofhave dreamed of. Preliminary plans shall 1 $ 1,700.00 $ which 1,700.00 Space for presenting children but nottoto be separate or enclosed within 14 business days, at time I will contact you to set the specific date for them $ athe $1,800.00 you. 1 Following that meeting, there shall be 101,800.00 day period for you to during contactour me with any Responding to ideas we discussed first meeting, I am submitting the enclosed “Proposal for Outdoor livingshall space additional comments. From there begin the design of thetowards final4. master plan which SubDesign total I shall $ as 6,500.00 Services” the first step working together towards this goal. As withAsevery site there arethe ultimate goal is to understand the nature of a space, to perceive its a designer, I find be completed within sevenchallenges, business days. willextremely be contacted to set a Placed time thecapitalize presentation of the to views of outdoors butYou I feel confident theseforcan be overcome and will turn into new opportunities well with this understanding. This philosophy allows our firm to create underlying character, and as design final master plan. Living space to be sheltered from the elements of rain and wind as satisfying and requirements. $17.00 your $ needs 1,258.00 74 ea beautiful and evocative landscapes inspired by careful observations of the natural processes, while being Possible 3 season room $ 15.00 $ 8,295.00 informed by the best environmental science. The simple beauty of natural form and process continues to Fee Payment553 and Schedule. ea submitted, be the benchmark by which we measure the success of our work. $ Respectfully $ drawings 160.00and for the lump sum of $1000 I propose8to prepareea and execute the 20.00 above noted 5. Outdoor cooking area for design above$design services shall be as follows: For this reason, we are a design build firm comprised of diverse professionals who bring a multi117services. The $ for the 30.00 3,510.00 ea payment Connected to outdoor living space $200 submitted with the signed proposal/contract disciplinary approach to each project. These including; design, landscape architecture, biology, conservation, $ 40.00 $ 10,120.00 253 ea Enough room for seating of 6 to 8 $500 paid upon completion and presentation of preliminary plans. and environmental science. Such attention to environmental detail requires precise communication between $presentation 3,960.00 66 $300 paid ea upon $completion of master plan. Jeremy60.00 M.and Schaub design, science, and construction. By providing each of these skills in house we can offer streamlined and 6. Separate space for family members 7 $ Landscape 299.00Architect $ 2,039.00 ea complete solutions for our clients from concept to installation. Our firm specializes in restoration and urban Provide a separate outdoor space for other family members residing in Contract Acceptance. 9 $ DESIGN 275.00 $ 2,475.00 RESPONSE ONE ea ecology but we can also offer strong experience in residential design and the design of public spaces. the home (parents or the grandparents) is valid days. If this is satisfactory and acceptable, please sign enclosed 20 This offer $ for 30200.00 $ proposal 4,000.00 ea For our clients this expertise and care translates into an intimate knowledge of your land which allows copy and return it to my office with the fee of $200 14348 ft2 cy yd $40 per cy yrd $5,200.00 the ability to turn obstacles into new opportunities. This journey and exploration leads to an aesthetically Jeremy Schaub

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7. Modern water feature beautiful, economically feasible, and sustainable design for your needs. Include water feature in the style of landscape architect Dan Kiley

Mrs. Yang Chan This should be with in view ofDate the master bedroom.

Jeremy M. Schaub Landscape Architect 8. Capitalize views from bedroom windows Date Important space to Mrs. Chan which must visually connect to the outdoor space If second story bedroom an enclosed balcony would be preferable

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9. Plantings In the aesthetic style of Dan Kiley Utilize blue and purple color pallets in focused areas of interest.

“We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.” ~Aldo Leopold


Beebe Lake

Cornell University

The environmental restoration from a dammed river basin will increase area of human interaction with the site by opening up a dynamic environment which will change volume, shape, and size from day to day.

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Wetlands

The intention of this concept is restoration of the proposed site closer to the conditions found during the preindustrial 1800s. Today the lake is a design based on stagnation. A dam literally and figuratively imprisons the energy and essence of this place. By lowering the dam this design embraces, rather then controls the ever changing conditions of a flood plain bring back the natural cycles of water to the environment .


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Through studying historical maps of the area a new form was designed which would work with the natural hydrology rather then against it.

High Water 2012 Damed Lake Low Water 1825 River Floodplain

Floodplain Forest

The intervention also brings back the natural cycle of rising water to rebuild the riparian ecosystem. These cycles were lost to after the river was dammed to tap its power for local manufacturing.

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Gowanus Canal Brooklyn, NY The intention of this concept is based on an essay written by Pierre Belanger; Landscape as Infrastructure. In it he challenges us to utilize the landscape as a piece of multifunctional infrastructure which combines normally segregated departments of water, waste, transport, and other structures. My design employs Belanger’s ideals of, “Synergies between land use, synchronization of material volumes, and sequencing of land transformations over time”.

Material Exchange

Soil Cut from Street 777,000 Cu. Yards

All design intentions are connected to the ecological history of the canal as a brackish salt marsh. The combined infrastructures provide a new ecosystem and protection for the surrounding communities from rising flood waters. The importance of this objective was made abundantly clear during the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. In addition, waste systems are organized as material exchanges between the uplands and lowlands of the Gowanus landscape through street and building demolition and construction. These actions provide a substrate for new landforms and vegetative regime that could enable the canal to become a storm surge buffer.

Flood water studies of reshaped landforms. Graphic Representation of Historic Gowanus Conditions

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CBP

3

LI 3

CE 5

CJD 6

WFV 2

DS 4

WFV 3

HP

3

IHO 5

IV 6

AR 18

NG 5

GROUND COVER

FG 5

CJD

CB 2

6

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JN 6

AD 14

NG 3

RCC 3

NG 6 LF 9

RCC 2

LFS 3

HF 4

HO 6

HF 4

RCC 5

HQ 3

RC 4

CA 1

RCA 3

SM 2

ICC 8

GROUND COVER

BM 6

HF 7

LF 3

HF\ 8

RCA 5

LF 3

PL 1

HP 3

PL 3

HP 3

PL 3

6

BM 5

CBP 6

CE 4

PL 2

PL 2

12-15''

Cont.

CD

24

Callicarpa dichotoma 'Early Amethyst'

Beauty Berry' Early Amethyst'

15-18''

Cont.

CBP

18

Callicarpa bodinieri 'Profusion'

Beauty Berry 'Profusion'

3-4'

CB

23

Carex 'Blue Zinger'

Ajuga reptans 'Burgundy Glow'

TM 18

GROUND COVER

GROUND COVER

CBP 5 CJB 6

SF 6

HI 8

DS 14

TC 70

B+B

#1

Cont.

57

Carex 'Everest'

Carex

#1

Cont.

3

Cornus alternifolia

Pagoda Dogwood

1.5"

B+B

CJB

9

Cryptomeria japonica 'Ben Franklin”

Japanese Cedar

5'-6'

B+B

29

Cryptomeria japonica ' Black Dragon'

DS

36

Diervilla sessilifolia 'Cool Splash'

DB

22

Diervilla sessilifolia 'Butterfly '

43

Fothergilla gardenii 'Mt Airy'

Japanese Cedar

4'-5'

Variegated Bush 15-18" Honeysuckle Bush Honeysuckle

12-15''

B+B Cont.

Dwarf fothergilla

18 - 24"

6

Fothergilla major 'Mount Airy'

Fothergilla 'Mount Airy'

24 - 30"

Cont.

FB

20

Fothergilla major 'Blue Shadow'

Fothergilla 'Blue Shadow'

12-15''

Cont.

Franklinia alatamaha

Franklin Tree

5-6'

Cont.

1

Cont.

HB

6

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Birgit'

Witch Hazel 'Birgit'

3'-4'

HI

11

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Jelena'

Witch Hazel 'Jelena'

3'-4'

B+B

HO

6

Hamamelis x intermedia Witch Hazel 'Orange Beauty' 'Orange Beauty'

3'-4'

B+B

B+B

Helleborus foetidus

Stinking Hellebore

HM

2

Heptacodium miconiodes

Seven Son Flower

4-5'

B+B

HQ

16

Hydrangea quercifolia

Oak Leaf Hydranga

12-15''

Cont.

HP

18

Pee-Gee Hydranga

24 - 30"

Cont.

IHO

37

34

Hydrangea paniculata 'Tardiva' Ilex crenata 'Hoogendorn'

#1

Japanese Holly 15 - 18" 'Hoogendorn'

Cont.

Cont.

IS

6

Ilex crenata 'Steeds'

Steeds Japanese Holly

4-5'

Cont.

IV

52

Itea virginica 'Merlot'

Virginia Sweetspire

18-24"

Cont.

9

Jasminum nudiflorum

Winter Jasmine

3

Lagerstroemia indica x fauriei 'Muskogee'

Crape Myrtle

6 - 7'

Cont.

Lespedeza bicolor 'Pink Fountains'

Bushclover

12-15''

Cont.

33

Leucothoe fontanesiana 'Rainbow'

Drooping Leucothoe 'Rainbow'

18-24''

Cont.

LFS

10

Leucothoe fontanesiana 'Scarletta'

Drooping Leucothoe 'Scarletta'

18-24''

Cont.

PL

14

Prunus laurocerasus 'Otto Luyken'

Cherry Laurel

18-24"

Prunus x incam 'Okame' Cherry 'Okame'

12-15"

Cont.

4

1.25-2''

B+B

31

Nandina 'Gulfstream'

Heavenly Bamboo

15"-18"

Cont.

RC

10

Rhododendron 'Capistrano'

Rhododendron 'Capistrano'

15-18"

Cont.

RCC

10

RCA

11

Rhododendron catawbiense 'Album Elegance'

RCL

8

Rhododendron catawbiense 'Lydia'

SF

18

Skimmia japonica Male

Japanese Skimmia Male

15-18"

Cont.

SM

5

Skimmia japonica Female

Japanese Skimmia Female

15-18"

Cont.

Taxus x media 'Tauntonii' Spreading Yew

15-18''

TM

24

TC

370

Tiarella cordifolia 'Candy Striper'

WF

25

Weigelia florida 'Nana Variegata'

5

Weigelia florida ' Variegata'

WFV

15-18"

Cont.

Rhododendron' Album Elegance'

15-18"

Cont.

Rhododendron 'Lydia'

15-18"

Foam Flower

1QT

DwarfVariegated 12-15'' Weigelia Variegated Weigelia

18-24''

2 to 3 Leaders

B&B

PI NG

Rhododendron Rhododendron catawbiense 'Chionoides' 'Chionoides'

Multistem

Cont.

FM

Cont.

Cont. Cont. Cont. Cont.

Complies with ANSI-2601-2004 (American Nursery Standards

WF 5

HM 1

AGL 3

IV 3

IV 6

AGL 3 WF 1

DB 13 EX

Carex

CE CA

WF 5

CE 3

TC 300 HI 3

Little Leaf Boxwood

Abeliophyllum distichum

Comment

WF 2 SF 6

DS 3

HP 3

AG

CE 4

NG 7

SM 3

RCL 3 RCL 5

CE 3

AGK 3

EX GROUND COVER

Buxus microphylla 'Winter Gem'

LF

FM 6

3

LF 3

11

6

SF 6

HQ 3

FB 12

Flat

BM

LI

AGL

WF 12

Cont.

Flat of 50

JN

EX

RCA 3

Cont.

18-24''

Ajuga

LB

LF 7

LAWN

PL 3

12-15''

White Forsythia

39

22

RC 3

AGK 5

FG 8

Abelia Little Richard

Root

AR

CA 1

LF 4

CE 3

Abelia x grandiflora 'Little Richard

Size

AD

HF

CE 2

HB 6

LFS 4

JN 3

Cont.

FA

IV 6

LF 4

CE 4

CB 5

Cont.

12-15''

IS 3

LFS 3

AD 7

15-18''

Abelia Kaleidolora

FG

EX

CE 3

FG 10

Glossy Abelia

CJD

HP 6

NG 3

NG 7

CD 8 CB 11

PI 1

IV 6

IV 3

CE 4 CB 2

PI 1

IS 3

CD 4

Common Name

Abelia x grandiflora Abelia x grandiflora 'Kaleidolora'

27

LB 6

IHO 6

IV 6

CE 9

CE 8

AG 7

FA 1

HQ 4

AR 4

IHO 9

CE 3

IHO 5 IV 4

FG 12

SCALE: 1"=10' HORT 4910 FALL 2011 Jeremy Schaub

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1

2

3

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This was a planting design project for the horticultural course, “Creating the Urban Eden”. Our design criteria was focused on a space to be enjoyed by the students and staff of the Industrial and Labor Relation School along with providing ample space for large functions. My planting plan was chosen from 45 others to be used as the model utilized during meetings with the administration and facilities leaders for discussion of design changes and final approval. The finalized plan was installed by the class over a period of two weeks.

HM 1

CJD 5

Botanical Name

13 15

AGL

AG

IHO 5 FG 8

No.

AGK

ILR COURTYARD COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT CORNELL UNIVERSITY, ITHACA, NY 14850

Key

AD 9

PLANTING PLAN

ILR Courtyard,


Private Residence Yarmouth, MA Planting design for a small residential courtyard. The owner hoped for a combination of perennials and shrubs to offer blooms through the growing season and interest through the cold bleak winter for this year round Cape Cod retreat.

A

B B

C

C A


Pencil 11”x17” Villa d’Este Tivoli, Italy

Pencil 8”x10” Tantallon Castle North Berwick, Scotland

Pencil 24”x36” Tree study


All images seen here are from projects I have designed and installed throughout my career. Thank you for your consideration.

Landscape Architecture Portfolio  

June 2013

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