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kathy chang portfolio M.Arch. First Professional Candidate Expected Summer 2012 University of Texas at Austin B.S. in Industrial and Management Engineering 2007 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute


2008 San Antonio St. Apt 304, Austin, TX 78705 • kathryn.w.chang@gmail.com • (732) 322-5798 2008San SanAntonio Antonio Apt 304, Austin, 78705 • kathryn.w.chang@gmail.com • (732) 322-5798 2008 St.St. Apt 304, Austin, TX TX 78705 • kathryn.w.chang@gmail.com • (732) 322-5798

Project Client: Computer Associates Islandia, NY  Helped partner successfully sell a $5.1 million business project, proposed new collaboration solution  Assisted in requirements gathering, estimation, workshop fabrication and As-Is/To-Be workflows 2007 Project Client: Bristol-Myers Squibb Princeton, NJ  Led Supply Chain team in the upgrading company legacy SAP ERP up to version ECC 6.0 team TX communication across on-site and off-shore• team and client counterparts 2008 San Antonio St.Coordinated Apt 304, Austin, 78705 • kathryn.w.chang@gmail.com (732)members 322-5798

OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE EDUCATION

EDUCATION

Kathryn W. Chang KATHY CHANG EDUCATION EDUCATION

KATHY CHANG

To obtain obtain an an architectural architectural summer internship internship in in the the northeast northeast that that will will expand expand my my work work experience experience horizons horizons To UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT summer AUSTIN Austin, TX

Master of Architecture with emphasis in Sustainability – Expected May 2012 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS TEXAS AT AUSTIN AUSTIN Graduate School Assembly – School of Architecture Representative UNIVERSITY OF AT

Master of of Architecture Architecture with with emphasis emphasis in in Sustainability Sustainability –– Expected Expected Aug Aug 2012 2012 Master RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE Graduate School School Assembly Assembly –– School School of of Architecture Architecture Representative Representative Graduate Bachelor of Science in Industrial & Management Engineering – May 2007

Dean’s List all four years, VP of Alpha Pi Mu National IE Honors Society (2006-2007)

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GPA: 3.54/4.0

Troy, NY GPA: 3.42/4.0 2010

Designed, modeled and proposal a new Austin multi-modal transit station with a musician practice facility

UT School School of of Architecture Architecture & & Vertical Vertical Studios Studios (Fall (Fall 2009 2009 -- Spring Spring 2011) 2011) UT ACCENTURE LTD. New York, NY Competed in Hines Hines ULI competition, designing a school for Maasai children in Tanzania Project Competed in Client: US Army ULI competition, designing a school for Maasai children in Tanzania Alexandria, VA Sustainability History and Theory Theory studyteam abroad in Munich, Munich, GE; Urban Urban Planning abroad TA in in China China (2010) Supported Cost Management and Test in driving continuous refinement of SAP implementation  Sustainability History and study abroad in GE; Planning abroad TA (2010)  Programmed, designed and modeled an approx. 60,000 sq ft new mix-use building near UT campus  Accumulated working knowledge of SAP Controlling (CO) and integration with SD, FM, and FI  Programmed, designed and modeled an approx. 60,000 sq ft new mix-use building near UT campus Client: modeled Diageo Stamford, CT  Designed, Designed, modeled and and proposal proposal aa new new Austin Austin multi-modal multi-modal transit transit station station with with aa musician musician practice practice facility Project facility  Facilitated Diageo North America SAP upgrade to ECC 6.0 in regression testing, and Go-Live support  Gained understanding of Diageo Record to Report (RTR) and Order to Cash (OTC) business process ACCENTURE LTD. New York, York, NY NY ACCENTURE LTD. New Project Client: Computer Associates Islandia, NY Project Client: Client: US US Army Army Alexandria, VA VA Project Alexandria,  Helped partner successfully sell a $5.1 million business project, proposed new collaboration solution Supported Cost Management Management and Test Test team in inworkshop driving continuous continuous refinement of of SAP SAP implementation  Supported and team driving implementation Assisted in Cost requirements gathering, estimation, fabrication refinement and As-Is/To-Be workflows  Accumulated Accumulated working knowledge knowledge of SAP SAP Controlling Controlling (CO) (CO) and and integration integration with with SD, SD, FM, FM, and and FI FI Princeton, NJ Client: Bristol-Myers Squibb of Project working Client: Diageo Diageoteam in the upgrading company legacy SAP ERP up to version ECC 6.0 Stamford, CT CT Project Led Client: Supply Chain Project Stamford, Coordinated team communication on-siteto and off-shore team members andand client counterparts Facilitated Diageo North America America across SAP upgrade upgrade to ECC 6.0 in in regression regression testing, and Go-Live support  Facilitated Diageo North SAP ECC 6.0 testing, Go-Live support

 Gained Gained understanding understanding of Diageo Record to Report (RTR) and Order to Cash (OTC) business process THE BOEING COMPANY of Diageo Record to Report (RTR) and Order to Cash (OTC) business process El Segundo, CA Project Client: Client: Computer Associates Islandia, NY NY Project Computer Associates Islandia, Satellite & Integrated Systems - Business Operations Intern (Summer 2006) Helped partner successfully sell $5.1 million million businessnew project, proposed new collaboration collaboration solution Ensuredpartner business excellencesell by leading and deploying supplyproposed chain procurement methodology  Helped successfully aa $5.1 business project, new solution Assistedwith in requirements requirements gathering, estimation, workshop fabrication and As-Is/To-Be As-Is/To-Be workflows Worked cross-functional subject estimation, matter experts in developing standardized Supplier SOW  Assisted in gathering, workshop fabrication and workflows Project Diminished product manufacturing and delivery mistakes, improved satellite on-time delivery Client: Bristol-Myers Bristol-Myers Squibb Squibb Princeton, NJ NJ Project Client: Princeton,  Led Led Supply Supply Chain Chain team in in the the upgrading upgrading company legacy SAP ERP up to version ECC 6.0 GENERAL ELECTRIC team - AIRCRAFT ENGINES company legacy SAP ERP up to version ECC 6.0 Lynn, MA  Coordinated Coordinated team communication across on-site and off-shore off-shore team team members members and and client client counterparts counterparts Combustion communication across on-site and Plantteam and Structure Plant Co-op (Spring 2006) 

2006

Austin, TX TX Austin, GPA: 3.54/4.0 3.54/4.0 GPA:

RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE INSTITUTE Troy, NY NY RENSSELAER Troy, Bachelor ofofScience Science in Industrial Industrial & Management Engineering May2010) 2007 GPA: 3.42/4.0 3.42/4.0 UT Schoolof Architecture Vertical & Studio Projects (Fall 2009 - Spring Bachelor in Management Engineering –– May 2007 GPA:  Programmed, and an 60,000 sq ft new mix-use building near UT campus Dean’s List all all four fourdesigned years, VP VP of modeled Alpha Pi Pi Mu Muapprox. National IE Honors Honors Society (2006-2007) Dean’s List years, of Alpha National IE Society (2006-2007) 

2011 2011 WORK

Kathryn W. Chang

Investigated quality issues causing large combustor braze failures and eliminated inventory and waste

THE BOEING work COMPANY ElSix Segundo, CA  Reduced in progress by 69% and total holding inventory by $500,000 using Lean, JIT, andEl Sigma CA THE BOEING COMPANY Segundo, Satellite & Integrated Integrated Systems Business Operations Intern (Summer (Summer 2006)customer purchase orders  Created analytical model to calculate labor requirements/utilization against Satellite & Systems -- Business Operations Intern 2006)

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THE BOEING COMPANY El Segundo, CA UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN Austin, TX Satellite & Integrated Systems Business Operations Intern (Summer 2006) Master of Architecture with emphasis in Sustainability – Expected May 2012 GPA: 3.54/4.0  Ensured business excellence by leading and deploying new supply chain procurement methodology Graduate School Assembly – School of Architecture Representative  Diminished product manufacturing and delivery mistakes, improved satellite on-time delivery RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE Bachelor of Science -inAIRCRAFT Industrial & Management Engineering – May 2007 GENERAL ELECTRIC ENGINES Dean’s List all four years, VP of Alpha Pi Mu National IE Honors Society (2006-2007)

Troy, NY GPA: 3.42/4.0 Lynn, MA

ACCENTURE LTD.

New York, NY

Combustion Plant and Structure Plant Co-op (Spring 2006) UT School Investigated quality issues causing combustor braze failures and eliminated inventory and waste of Architecture Vertical Studiolarge Projects (Fall 2009 - Spring 2010) Programmed, andby modeled antotal approx. 60,000 sq ft new building campus  Reduced workdesigned in progress 69% and holding inventory bymix-use $500,000 usingnear Lean,UTJIT, and Six Sigma Designed, modeledmodel and proposal a newlabor Austin multi-modal transit station with acustomer musician practice  Created analytical to calculate requirements/utilization against purchasefacility orders

RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Troy, NY Project Client: US Army Alexandria, VA Undergraduate Researcher (Fall and 2005)  Supported Cost Management Test team in driving continuous refinement of SAP implementation  Worked with working the FAAknowledge to improveofflight of commercial airliners between U.S. Accumulated SAP times Controlling (CO) and integration with SD,major FM, and FI airports Client: Diageo Stamford, CT Project Developed algorithm/ model to eliminate jet stream’s influence and the results of research was presented  at Facilitated Diageo North America SAP upgrade to ECC 6.0 in regression testing, and Go-Live support the Seattle National FAA Conference by faculty addressing factors causing flight delays  Gained understanding of Diageo Record to Report (RTR) and Order to Cash (OTC) business process Project Client:COMPANY Computer Associates NY THE BOEING Seal Beach/HuntingtonIslandia, Beach, CA  Helped partner successfully sell a $5.1 million business project, proposed new collaboration solution Facilities and Shared Services - Project Engineering Intern (Summer 2005)  Assisted in requirements gathering, estimation, workshop fabrication and As-Is/To-Be workflows Project Planned establishedSquibb infrastructure revamp project using an eEngineering Oracle DatabasePrinceton, system NJ Client:and Bristol-Myers restructured engineering drawing database, cycle time by 90%  Expanded Led Supplyand Chain team in theinternal upgrading company legacy SAP ERP up reduced to versionquery ECC 6.0  Coordinated team communication across on-site and off-shore team members and client counterparts

JOHNSON & JOHNSON – CORDIS Corp.

Warren, NJ

THE BOEING COMPANY El Segundo, CA Sales Planning & Analysis – Intern (Summer 2004) Intern (Summer 2006) Satellite & Integrated Systems - Business Operations  Innovated new data entry method, increased productivity by 50%. Trained team in using Oracle Ensured business excellence by leading and deploying new supply chain procurement methodology  Generated standard operating procedures ISO Standards in preparation forSOW federal audit Worked withCordis cross-functional subject matter expertswith in developing standardized Supplier  Diminished product manufacturing and delivery mistakes, improved satellite on-time delivery

SKILLS & TECHNICAL APTITUDES ENGINES Certified, SolidWorks, AutoCAD, Revit, Rhino, SketchUp Lynn, MA GENERAL Fluent ELECTRIC in Chinese,- AIRCRAFT Project Management Combustion Plant and Structure Plant Co-op (Spring 2006)  Expert in MSquality Officeissues Suite, causing MS Project, Adobe Creative Adobe Acrobat Professional Investigated largeMiniTab, combustor braze failuresSuite, and eliminated inventory and waste  

Reduced work in progress by 69% and total holding inventory by $500,000 using Lean, JIT, and Six Sigma Created analytical model to calculate labor requirements/utilization against customer purchase orders


uli competition 2011 simon atkinson Mt. Baker Station seattle, wa criteria: optimize transit opportunites in mt. baker area while ensuring financial feasibility via pro forma other: UTSOA team of five

View B: Rainier Avenue


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Lowe’s

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Mt. Baker Station Franklin HS


• Microsoft • Sound Transit The development team for “unCommon Ground” has thus devised a purposeful phasing outlook which strives to activate the • Colleges The Boeing Company king lot behind the transit station at Mt. Baker to segue into the master plan vision of restoring life • Seattle Community above catalysts in a way that accounts for the conservative nature of the market today. • Starbucks

• University of Washington • Lowes • Seattle Vocational Institute • Sound Transit Sustainable Seattle We will use the existing parking lot behind the transit station at Mt. Baker to segue into the master plan vision of •restoring life • Seattle Community Colleges

community. Our new business model for the Lowes “big box” store will be our second catalyst for ntial and retailPhase rates Iin(2the immediate vicinity of the station. years)

to North Rainier and its local community. Our new business model for the Lowes “big box” store will be our second catalyst for

thethe site, and residential will spur residential and retail in the immediate of the station. on developing core and retail in therates N. Rainier corridor.vicinity We feel that it is important f density around the station, and we believe that developing the Rainier-McClellan intersection is a Phase II (3 years)

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Source Developer Equity

Amount 81,954,079

1-year mini-perm loans

122,931,119

Total

204,885,198

Business Strategy Rainier Valley is one of the most ethnically diverse areas in the country, and has a unique set of needs that we are looking to fulfill.Our objectives revolve around four main strategies of integrating and connecting education, business, community, and the environment:

University of Washington Seattle Vocational Institute Sustainable Seattle

• • • •

The second phase will focus on developing the core residential and retail in the N. Rainier corridor. We feel that it is important to generate a critical mass of density around the station, and we believe that developing the Rainier-McClellan intersection is a crucial step in doing so.

The development team for “unCommon Ground” has thus devised a purposeful phasing outlook which strives to activate the above catalysts in a way that accounts for the conservative nature of the market today.

ill focus on slowly developing the campus of our community college, and will aim to provide space Phase III (5 years) ubators, affordable housing, and more local retail.

Phase I (2 years) We will use the existing parking lot behind the transit station at Mt. Baker to segue into the master plan vision of restoring life to North Rainier and its local community. Our new business model for the Lowes “big box” store will be our second catalyst for the site, and will spur residential and retail rates in the immediate vicinity of the station.

The longest of our phases will focus on slowly developing the campus of our community college, and will aim to provide space for classrooms, business incubators, affordable housing, and more local retail.

will have set Phase this development up to be in a position with healthy rents and sale values leveraging IV (10+ years) At the end ofof year 2022, we will have set this development up towith be inaa hotel position healthy rents and sale values leveraging posed the construction higher-end apartments and condos along towith either operate cashbe flows. We on havethe proposed thebottling construction of higher-end andadditional condos along with a hotel to either operate ad, an optionour could taken PepsiCo company’s land apartments to generate cash or sell. Further down the road, an option could be taken on the PepsiCo bottling company’s land to generate additional cash is burgeoning area in the years to come.

Phase II (3 years)

View B: Community Center and College Extension Green

Business Strategy

1. Affordable Rainier Valley isHousing one of the most ethnically diverse areas in the country, and has a unique set of needs that we are looking to The residential rates bythe uncommon ground all integrating fall allowance under the allowance stipulated by King fered by uncommon ground all falloffered under affordable housing stipulatedhousing by King fulfill.Our objectives revolve around four main strategies of and affordable connecting education, business, community, and County. Based on the most recent AMI, all of our residential units qualify under the affordable housing bracket. 90% of all theall environment: ost recent AMI, of our residential units qualify under the affordable housing bracket. 90% of all rental and sales units are available at the 80% AMI allowance. 4% are available at 50% AMI, and a further 6% are available e available at the 80% AMI allowance. 4% are available at 50% AMI, and a further 6% are available at AMI. • 120% to use the rail system to link educational institutions with companies developing green technologies 2. Mixed use from product to service oriented businesses in order to drive local economy • to shift In ‘Development Costs’ of model our proforma, come to one’s attention that we have accounted for certain century • the to redefine the “Big Box”section business for the 21itstmay costs in the housing construction budget. This is because is one mixed use building, and we sts’ section of our proforma, itbuilding may come to one’s attention that we have accounted forit certain •office to and unifyretail streets, roofs, and green spaces to create a walkable green urban village. have computed a weighted building on the square usebuilding, and the cost square foot for that use. g costs in the housing construction budget. Thiscost is based because it is one footage mixed of use andperwe The development team for “unCommon Ground” has thus devised a purposeful phasing outlook which strives to activate the ted building cost based on the square footage of use and the cost per square foot for that use. above catalysts in a way that accounts for the conservative nature of the market today.

Phase I (2 years) We will use the existing parking lot behind the transit station at Mt. Baker to segue into the master plan vision of restoring life to North Rainier and its local community. Our new business model for the Lowes “big box” store will be our second catalyst for the site, and will spur residential and retail rates in the immediate vicinity of the station.

Phase II (3 years) The second phase will focus on developing the core residential and retail in the N. Rainier corridor. We feel that it is important to generate a critical mass of density around the station, and we believe that developing the Rainier-McClellan intersection is a crucial step in doing so.

Phase III (5 years) The longest of our phases will focus on slowly developing the campus of our community college, and will aim to provide space for classrooms, business incubators, affordable housing, and more local retail.

Phase IV (10+ years) At the end of year 2022, we will have set this development up to be in a position with healthy rents and sale values leveraging our cash flows. We have proposed the construction of higher-end apartments and condos along with a hotel to either operate or sell. Further down the road, an option could be taken on the PepsiCo bottling company’s land to generate additional cash flow, and perhaps expand this burgeoning area in the years to come.

The second phase will focus on developing the core residential and retail in the N. Rainier corridor. We feel that it is important to generate a critical mass of density around the station, and we believe that developing the Rainier-McClellan intersection is a crucial step in doing so.

Phase III (5 years)

flow, and perhaps expand this burgeoning area in the years to come.

Assumptions

to use the rail system to link educational institutions with companies developing green technologies to shift from product to service oriented businesses in order to drive local economy to redefine the “Big Box” business model for the 21st century to unify streets, roofs, and green spaces to create a walkable green urban village.

Team 2878 Supplemental Sheet

Direct Partnerships and Sponsors • • • •

“Bridging the Gap” Program by the Department of Transportation provides assistance in bridging communities in the greater Washington area through greening of transit throughways. LIHTC – Low Income Housing Tax Credit to facilitate in reducing total cost of construction for designated low income housing. Office of Economic Development Housing Development Consortium – Has policy of providing low income housing vouchers for people earning less than 50% of Annual Median Income (AMI) while subsidizing rent.

Other Partnerships • • • • • • • • • •

Puget Sound Regional Council Microsoft The Boeing Company Starbucks Lowes Sound Transit Seattle Community Colleges University of Washington Seattle Vocational Institute Sustainable Seattle

Capital Assumptions Source Developer Equity

Amount 81,954,079

1-year mini-perm loans

122,931,119

Total

204,885,198

View C: Elevation of the new Lowe’s Store

The longest of our phases will focus on slowly developing the campus of our community college, and will aim to provide space for classrooms, business incubators, affordable housing, and more local retail.

Phase IV (10+ years) At the end of year 2022, we will have set this development up to be in a position with healthy rents and sale values leveraging our cash flows. We have proposed the construction of higher-end apartments and condos along with a hotel to either operate or sell. Further down the road, an option could be taken on the PepsiCo bottling company’s land to generate additional cash flow, and perhaps expand this burgeoning area in the years to come.

Assumptions 1. Affordable Housing The residential rates offered by uncommon ground all fall under the affordable housing allowance stipulated by King County. Based on the most recent AMI, all of our residential units qualify under the affordable housing bracket. 90% of all rental and sales units are available at the 80% AMI allowance. 4% are available at 50% AMI, and a further 6% are available at 120% AMI. 2. Mixed use In the ‘Development Costs’ section of our proforma, it may come to one’s attention that we have accounted for certain office and retail building costs in the housing construction budget. This is because it is one mixed use building, and we have computed a weighted building cost based on the square footage of use and the cost per square foot for that use.

Direct Partnerships • • • •

“Bridging the the greater W LIHTC – Low In income housi Office of Econ Housing Deve than 50% of A

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Summer 2010 Study abroad Munich werner lang Bridging 95 bridgeport, ct criteria: revitalize the portion of land currently abandoned due to highway overpass cutting off access strategy: focusing on education, culture, recreation other: week long team project with TUM ClimaDesign students


Concept

Floating and anchorable pods

What drives a city?


Bridgeport divided into teams

Current condition: site cut off from city by highway

Docks to boats

Site considered

Pods in the water

Section of Interaction with neighboring Community Projects

Proposed sections of bridge usage

Existing sections of bridge usage

main focus: education, culture, recreation


Functional areas along I-95

vision for site plan 10 year plan

20 year plan

50 year plan

Proposed site rendering


Precedents

Private

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Fall 2010 vertical studio kim furlong

Public

Reimer’s Ranch Retreat Camp

Shading

Day

criteria: design an overnight commodation for 10 adults with public gathering space and basic amenities strategy: building simulate experience of a tree with open and lightness


Bathroom house in plan and elevation

Ever want to shower outdoors under the tree canopies?

Open air shower

Changing Area

Study of tree isovists and introducing and controlling opacity and transparency to enclosures

What is it like to sleep in a treehouse?


Early construction concept

Overlook (access via exterior ladder)

less private

Sleeping loft/ conditionable space

Privacy level changes depending on spacing of the facade material

less private

Open terrace/ living room

Closet/ storage

Wooden slats meeting corner of wall

Vertical Circulation

Entrance

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spring 2010 VERTCIAL STUDIO michael benedikt Multi-use Corner Block 2402 guadalupe street

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criteria: program and design new building concept: very mix-use programs with hotel, restaurant, bar, boostore, karaoke, green roof strategy: orient building for best sun shading highlight: underside of pool has holes bringing light down to levels below, this gesture is carried all the way down to the ground floor, building encourages multi-access and enhances the street corner, preserves existing tree in making it a couryard feature


Precedence studies Karaoke lounge with swimming pool above casting shimmering light into the space through glass holes at the bottom of the pool

Green roof on the fourth level with swimming pool and direct public access from below through spiral staircase

Although light can’t travel more than one level into the building through the swimming pool bottom, the feature is carried down through the rest of the building with artificial lit floorslab puncture directly below each hole on the underside of the pool


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hotel

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Private Karaoke karaoke lounge

hotel gym

hotel bookstore lobby patio restaurant

Hotel lobby looking into courtyard

service

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courtyard

5TH-9TH FLOOR


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FALL 2009 VERTCIAL STUDIO camile jobe Austin Train Station criteria: locate and design a new train hub for austin connecting light rail, commuter rail, long distance rail and city transport concept: filtering through from longest distance to the furthest ingress and egress to the city strategy: uses free music practice rooms as second program to promote community with commuters highlight: caters to local music culture by creating opportunities for local bands to showcase music for free


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Musician practice rooms open up into the station interior allowing music to be shared and enjoyed by commuters and visitors alike. Concept inspired by the Austin City Limits music festival afterparty at Seaholm powerplant. The bandshell and open space between the train station and Seaholm creates a natural concert platform and public gathering space.

ACL After-party at Seaholm


FALL 2009 VERTICAL STUDIO camile jobe Waterloo Park Bird Watching Pavilion criteria: propose an alternative to the waller creek inlet structure and revitalize the park with a new programs concept: creates a better park for the community with publicly useable space highlight: with the inlet covered and the creek expanded there will always be water in the new pond for people to boat or just enjoy and no more flooding


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100 Year Flood Plane

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Recreational Pond

North Elevation Bird Watching Pavillion Inlet Tunnel

Parking Access

Overlook


West Section

Floor Plan


spring 2005 intro to engineering design Austin Train Station criteria: build a device that would aid the teaching of physics for children in third world countries concept: chose to teach the topic of “oscillation� to 3-5th graders strategy: durable, mobile, interactive with moving parts with lighting and sound to simulate a pendulum materials: steel channel and frame, acrylic, 7 segment display, LEDs, rapid prototyped parts, motor, battery highlight: LED lights indicate location of pendulum, adjustable wavelength and frequency, interactive Q&A Panel on back


TOP VIEW

Design consideration and research - production of user manual - limitations in third world country schools in budget and resources INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTION - Original concept of oscillating level device - Original ocncept for integrated assembly system and - Original concept for Q&A panel circuitry and answer encoded cards - Designs for carrying case, Q&A panel assembly on back - Productin of user manual - Digital and physical fabrication FULLY FUNCTIONAL DIGITAL MODEL (SolidWorks) 1:1 SCALE FULLY FUNCTIONAL PROTOTYPE HOW? - Rapid prototyping (3D printing) - Welding - Soldering - Laser cutting

FRONT VIEW

SIDE VIEW


7 segment display prototype

1:1 Scale Prototype Protoboard

DESIGN FREATURES - Adjustable knobs to change amplitude and frequency - 7 segment display to show amplitude and frequency - LED light sensor bar to indicate location of swinging arm of pendulum - Speakers change in pitch corresponding to amplitude and frequency - Interactive Q&A panel with exchangable cards lets children to use the device as mechnism to experiment with amplitude and frequency so they can learn the concepts

Audio simulation board Exploded View of Assembly


OTHER WORK



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