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KELLY KH PARK Landscape Architecture Portfolio


Name: Kelly KH Park Degree: MLA Candidate with B.Sc. Diploma: Landscape Technology Email: kyunghee.park@mail.utoronto.ca Tel. 647.463.7434


ABOUT ME

This portfolio contains selected work from my graduate and undergraduate educations, co-op placement at Humber Arboretum and personal creations. My graduate and undergraduate studies in landscape architecture, biological sciences and landscape technology have taught me more than the required design and field skills. During my studies, I have gained an appreciation for plants, nature, and the connections they share with each other and with us. In addition, the applied, technical, and academic courses in design studio, visual communications, site engineering and ecology, construction materials and techniques, sustainable landscape, and horticultural practices have provided me with qualifications and ability to work as a landscape designer.


EDUCATION Master of Landscape Architecture 2014- Present The John H. Daniels of Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design, Toronto ON Class of 2017 • Relevant courses: Design Studio, Visual Communications, Site Engineering and Ecology, Contemporary use of Plants in Landscape Design, Urban Plant Ecosystems Diploma, Landscape Technician Co-op (GPA=95%) 2012- 2014 Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Toronto ON •Relevant courses: Landscape Drafting and CAD, Fundamentals of AutoCAD, Plant Studies, Botany and Soils, Sustainable Horticultural Practices, Surveying and Construction Practices, Landscape Estimating Certificate, AutoCAD Designer Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Toronto

2012-2013

Honours Bachelor of Science, Biology 2007-2012 McMaster University, Hamilton, ON •McMaster Entrance Award Scholarship worth $1000 (2007) and Aim For The Top Scholarship worth $3500 for academic achievement

SKILLS/ CERTIFICATIONS • Strong knowledge of Plant material and advanced land surveying such as plant identification and measuring and grading principles • Proficient in Adobe Design Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator), AutoCAD, Rhino, Lands Design, Civil 3D, Sketch-Up, hand drafting sketching, and model making; Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) • Successfully completed AutoCAD Designer certification • Valid driver’s license with a clean abstract

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP • Student Member, ASLA(American Society of Landscape Architects) • Student Member, OALA (Ontario Association of Landscape Architects)


WORK EXPERIENCE Graduate Teaching Assistant Sept. 2015- Present The John H. Daniels of Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design, Toronto ON • Evaluated assignments and tests, and held office hours to ensure students understood course materials • Prepared and led weekly tutorial groups and in class group discussion • Assisted faculty members with instructional preparation and delivery Junior Landscape Designer/ Horticultural Assistant May 2014- Nov. 2014 Duchess of Dirt, Toronto ON • Conceptualized design ideas, prepared master plans, planting plans and presentations both hand-drafted and computer generated • Improved plant knowledge and identification skills by performing landscape duties and assisting installation of projects Humber Arboretum Assistant Feb. 2013-April 2014 Humber Arboretum, Toronto ON • Developed problem solving skills by designing and maintaining the arboretum in a sustainable way • Improved horticulture skills and plant knowledge by assisting tasks in greenhouses • Project: Frances Ethel Thompson Butternut Conservation Initiative - Actively participated in the project by monitoring butternut trees and recording growth to help determine why some of these trees are resistant to the fungal disease known as butternut canker - Demonstrated excellent organization and oral communication skills by presenting the research findings at Frances Ethel Thompson Butternut Conservation Initiative event Plant Research Assistant Feb. 2013-Aug. 2013 Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Toronto ON • Assisted duties associated with Butternut Propagation Research Project-reviewing academic journals, grafting, potting , manual pest control and general plant care • Able to understand and follow directions with attention to detail while setting up the experiment

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

Gardening Volunteer June 2012- Aug. 2012 Toronto Botanical Garden, Toronto, ON • Assisted the head garden designer with a wide variety of takes including; planting, pruning, mowing, trimming, fertilizing and watering to maintain and install new beautiful gardens • Collaborated with other volunteers to maintain a clean work environment


TABLE OF CONTENTS

01

REDESIGNING HUMBER BAY PARK Responsive Treading

02

BURLINGTON QUARRY REHABILITATION Powering a New Human Ecology

03

TECHNICAL DRAWINGS

04

OUTDOOR CLASSROOM/WEDDING GARDEN Tranquility Garden

05

RAIN GARDEN DESIGN & INSTALLATION Humber Rain Garden

06

BUTTERNUT CONSERVATION/RESEARCH

07

CREATIVE WORK

Various Drawings Including BMP Strategy, Grading Calculations etc.

Frances Ethel Thompson Butternut Conservation Initiative & Butternut tree propagation research Paintings & Personal Creations


01 REDESIGNING HUMBER BAY PARK Responsive Treading LOCATION: Humber Bay Park, ON. COURSE: Landscape Design Studio YEAR: 2015

Humber Bay Park is a 42 hectare park along the Toronto Waterfront consisting of two engineered landforms extending into Lake Ontario. By rethinking the trajectory for the waterfront territory we were asked to develop a design strategy that would direct the park’s revitalization and integrate new types of multi-use spaces and facilities that meet the current, and projected, community needs. When first visiting Humber Bay Park, I noticed the circulations within the park and one connecting the surrounding areas are not successful for the park to meet the human and ecological demands. Through documenting and analyzing the impacts of existing circulations, our project proposes a new circulation path system that allows users to move through the park while encouraging a more robust ecology. Informed through path typology, the path system is able to adapt to the changing vegetation, program, and user type. In addition, our circulation strategy recognizes all users as being part of one large system, allowing interface moments of various intensities to exist throughout the park. Through responsive treading, impacts by increased park users can be mediated while providing users with a wide range of outdoor experiences.


RESPONSIVE TREADING RESPONSIVE TREADING RESPONSIVE TREADING RESPONSIVE TREADING RESPONSIVE TREADING RESPONSIVE TREADING RESPONSIVE TREADING RESPONSIVE RESPONSIVE TREADING TREADING

PATH TYPOLOGIES + EROSION TYPOLOGIES PATH+PATH +EROSION EROSION PATH +TYPOLOGIES EROSION TYPOLOGIES PATH + EROSION PATH + TYPOLOGIES EROSION TYPOLOGIES

bike + pedestrian hum bike + pedestrian vehicle + pedestrian vehicle + pedestrian pedestrianpedestrian bike + pedestrian bike + pedestrianbike + pedestrian bike + pedestrian bike + pedestrian bike + pedestrian


PATH TYPOLOGIES PATH TYPOLOGIES PATH TYPOLOGIES

PATH PATH TYPOLOGIES PATH TYPOLOGIES TYPOLOGIES

PATH TYPOLOGIES PATH TYPOLOGIES PATH TYPOLOGIES concrete path concrete serviceberry path

rubber path/play area rubber path/play area littleleaf linden

sugar maple serviceberry purple moor grass sugar maple purple moor grass

walking trails

biking

farmer’s market

walking trails

biking

farmer’s market

elevated wooden deck

littleleaf linden

concrete concrete path concrete pathpath

rubber path/play rubber rubber path/play area path/play areaarea

serviceberry serviceberry serviceberry sugar maple sugarsugar maplemaple purple moor purple grass purple moormoor grassgrass

littleleaf linden littleleaf littleleaf lindenlinden walking trails

walking trails biking walking trails

biking farmer’s market biking

nature walk

sports

nature walk

children's playground children's playground children's sports playground sports nature walksports

concrete pathconcrete path

rubber area path/play area rubber path/playrubber area path/play

serviceberry sugar maple purple moor grass

serviceberry serviceberry sugar maple sugar maple walking trails biking purple moor grasspurple moor grass

littleleaf linden biking walking trails farmer’s marketbiking

sports

children's playground

farmer’s market

littleleaf linden

staghorn sumac staghorn staghorn sumac sumac grey dogwood grey dogwood grey dogwood nature walk nature walk balsam poplar balsam balsam poplar poplar buckthornbuckthorn buckthorn

sports

children's playground nature walk

staghorn sumac grey dogwood sportschildren's playground nature walk sports balsam poplar buckthorn

staghorn sumac grey dogwood balsam poplar buckthorn

nature walk

staghorn sumac grey dogwood hiking balsam poplar buckthorn

dirt trail

sand beach/way finding rocks

water

dirt trail susan black-eyed black bluestem black-eyed susan Canada bluejoin black bluestem choke cherry Canada bluejoin choke cherry

sand beach/way finding rocks beachgrass weeping willow beachgrass red osier dogwood weeping willow red osier dogwood

water aspen quaking staghorn sumac quaking aspen common sedge staghorn sumac common sedge

dirt traildirt dirt trailtrail

nature walk

viewpoint

fauna corridor

nature walk

viewpoint

fauna corridor

esplanade

bird watching

hiking

esplanade

bird watching

hiking

hiking esplanadehiking

esplanade bird watching esplanade bird watching bird watching

elevated deckwooden deck elevated woodenelevated deck wooden

littleleaf linden children's playground

hiking

elevated elevated wooden elevated wooden deck wooden deckdeck

farmer’s market farmer’s market

concrete path

walking trails farmer’s market

children's playground

elevated wooden deck staghorn sumac grey dogwood staghorn sumac balsam poplar grey dogwood buckthorn balsam poplar buckthorn

sand beach/way sandsand beach/way beach/way finding finding rocks finding rocks rocks

beach tanning

sand playing

beach ball

beach tanning

sand playing

beach ball

water water water

esplanade

hiking bird watching

esplanade

hiking

bird watching esplanade

bird watching

canoeing

ice skating

motor boating

canoeing

ice skating

motor boating


mans animals ls mals animals ns

1m

3m

0.3m animals ls mals animals ns mans animals 1m 0.3m ls mals ns 3m animals 0.3m

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1m

3m

choke choke cherry cherry choke cherry

0.3m

0.3m 0.3m

dirt trail dirt dirt trail dirtdirt trailtrail dirt dirt dirt trail dirt trail trail trail dirt trail dirt dirt trailtrail trail

sand beach/way sand sand beach/way beach/way finding finding rocks finding rocks rocks sand sand beach/way sand beach/way sand sand beach/way sand beach/way beach/way finding beach/way finding finding rocks finding rocks finding finding rocks rocks rocks rocks sand beach/way sand sand beach/way beach/way finding finding rocks finding rocks rocks

black-eyedblack-eyed susan black-eyed susansusan beachgrass beachgrass beachgrass black-eyed black-eyed black-eyed susan black-eyed susan black-eyed black-eyed susan susan susan susan beachgrass beachgrass beachgrass beachgrass beachgrass beachgrass black-eyed black-eyed susan black-eyed susansusan beachgrass beachgrass beachgrass black bluestem black black bluestem bluestem weeping willow weeping weeping willow willow black black bluestem bluestem black black black bluestem black bluestem bluestem bluestem weeping weeping willow weeping willow weeping weeping weeping willow willow willow willow black bluestem black black bluestem bluestem weeping willow weeping weeping willow willow nature walk nature walk viewpoint nature walk viewpoint fauna corridor viewpoint fauna corridor fauna corridor Canada bluejoin Canada Canada bluejoin bluejoin red osier dogwood red osier red dogwood osier dogwood nature walk nature walk naturenature walk viewpoint nature nature walk viewpoint walk nature walk viewpoint fauna viewpoint corridor fauna viewpoint corridor viewpoint fauna corridor fauna fauna corridor corridor fauna corridor walk nature walk viewpoint nature walk viewpoint fauna corridor viewpoint fauna corridor fauna corridorred red Canada Canada bluejoin Canada bluejoin Canada Canada bluejoin Canada bluejoin bluejoin bluejoin osier osier dogwood red dogwood red osier red osier red dogwood osier dogwood osier dogwood dogwood Canada bluejoin Canada Canada bluejoin bluejoin red osier dogwood red osier red dogwood osier dogwood choke cherry chokechoke cherrycherrywetland successional forest

quaking aspen quaking quaking aspenaspen quaking quaking aspen quaking aspen quaking quaking aspen quaking aspen aspen aspen aspen quaking quaking aspenaspen staghorn quaking sumac staghorn staghorn sumac sumac staghorn staghorn sumac staghorn sumac staghorn staghorn staghorn sumac sumac sumac sumac staghorn sumac staghorn staghorn sumac sumac common sedge common common sedge sedge beach tanning beach tanningbeachbeach tanning beach sandbeach playing tanning sand tanning beach playing tanning sand beach playing sand ball beach sand playing ball playing sandbeach playing ball beach beach ball ball beach ball tanning beach tanning sand beach playing tanning sand beach playing ball sand playing beach ball sedge beach ball common common common sedge common common common sedge sedge sedge sedge common sedge common common sedgesedge

MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX

MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX choke choke cherry choke cherry choke choke cherry choke cherry cherry cherry choke cherry choke choke cherry cherrywetland wetland wetland MATRIX wetland dirt trail dirt trail dirt trail wetland MATRIX MATRIX wetland MATRIX wetland dirt dirt trail trail dirt trailtraildirt trail dirtdirt trail dirtdirt trailtrailbike dirt trail black-eyed susan black-eyed susan

water water water water waterwater water water water water water water

beach tanning

beach tanning sandbeach playing tanning

meadow successional successional forest forest forest meadow meadow successional meadow successional sand beach/way sand forest meadow beach/way beach/way rocks finding rocks finding rockssandfinding

sand beach playing ballsand playingbeach ball beach ball

aquatic aquatic aquaticaquatic aquatic water water water aquatic aquaticaquatic

shoreline shoreline shoreline shoreline shoreline

canoeing

canoeing ice skatingcanoeing icemotor skating boating ice skating motor boating motor boating

canoeing canoeing

canoeing ice skating canoeing icecanoeing skatingcanoeing icemotor skating boating motor skating ice skating boating ice skating motor boating motor motor boating boating motor boating canoeing canoeing iceice skating canoeing icemotor skating boating ice skating motor boating motor boating

other/ other/ other/ other/ constructed area other/ constructed constructed area area area other/ other/ constructed other/ constructed area constructed constructed area area area constructed other/ other/ other/ other/ constructed area

successional successional forest forest meadow meadow shoreline shoreline successional forest meadow shoreline sand sand beach/way beach/way sand sand finding beach/way finding beach/way rocks rocks finding finding rocks rocks water water water water water sand beach/way sand finding beach/way rocks finding rocks water sand sand beach/way beach/way finding finding rocks rocks water water water sand beach/way finding rocks beachgrass beachgrass quaking aspen quaking aspen black-eyed susan beachgrass quaking aspen wetland successional forest meadow aquatic shoreline bike bike bike black bluestem black bluestem weeping willow weeping willow staghorn sumac staghorn sumac black-eyed black-eyed susan susan black-eyed black-eyed susan susan beachgrass beachgrass beachgrass beachgrass quaking quaking aspen aspen quaking quaking aspen aspen black-eyed susan black-eyed susan beachgrass beachgrass quaking aspen quaking aspen black bluestem weeping willow staghorn sumac black-eyed black-eyed susan susan beachgrass beachgrass quaking quaking aspen aspen black-eyed susan beachgrass quaking aspen bike wetland wetland successional successional forest forest meadow meadow aquatic aquatic shoreline shoreline pedestrian wetland successional forest meadow staghorn aquatic Canada bluejoin Canada bluejoin red osier dogwood red osier dogwood common sedge common sedge black black bluestem bluestem black black bluestem bluestem weeping weeping willow willow weeping weeping willow willow staghorn staghorn sumac sumac staghorn staghorn sumac sumac black bluestem black bluestem weeping willow weeping willow staghorn sumac staghorn sumac shoreline Canada bluejoin redwillow osier dogwood common sedge black black bluestem bluestem weeping weeping willow staghorn sumac sumac black bluestem weeping willow staghorn sumac bike bike bike choke cherry choke cherry pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian Canada Canada bluejoin bluejoin Canada Canada bluejoin bluejoin osier red osier dogwood dogwood osier red osier dogwood dogwood common sedge sedge common common sedge sedge Canada bluejoin Canada bluejoin redred osier dogwood red osier dogwood common sedge common sedge choke cherry Canada Canada bluejoin bluejoin red osier red osier dogwood dogwood common common sedge sedge constructed constructed area area area Canada bluejoin red osierred dogwood commoncommon sedge constructed pedestrian vehicle choke choke cherry cherry choke choke cherry cherry choke cherry choke cherry choke choke cherry cherry choke cherry pedestrian pedestrian bike vehicle vehiclepedestrian vehicle vehicle MATRIX canoe bike bike MATRIX bike MATRIX vehicle vehicle MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX vehicle MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX canoe canoe canoe pedestrian canoe motor boats wetlandwetland wetland successional successional successional forest forest forest meadow meadow meadow aquaticaquatic aquatic shoreline shoreline shoreline other/ other/ other/ pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian canoe canoe canoe motor motor boats boats motor boats wetland wetland wetland wetland wetland wetland successional successional successional successional successional successional forest forestforest forest forest forest meadow meadow meadow meadow meadow aquatic aquatic aquatic aquatic aquatic shoreline shoreline shoreline shoreline shoreline other/ other/ other/ other/ other/ other/ constructed constructed constructed area area area wetland wetland wetland successional successional successional forest forest forestmeadow meadow meadow meadow aquatic aquatic aquatic aquaticshoreline shoreline shoreline shoreline other/ other/ other/ motor fauna vehicleboats constructed constructed constructed constructed constructed area constructed area area area area area constructed constructed constructed area areaarea motor motor boats boats motor boats fauna fauna MATRIX fauna bike bikebikeMATRIX MATRIX fauna vehicle vehicle vehicle canoe MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX MATRIX bike bike bike bike bike bike bike bike bikeMATRIX fauna fauna fauna wetland wetland successional successional forest forest meadow meadow aquatic aquatic shoreline shoreline other/ other/ pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian wetland successional forest meadow aquatic shoreline other/ canoe canoe canoe constructed area constructed area constructed areaother/ wetland wetlandwetland wetland wetland successional successional successional successional forestmeadow forest forest meadow meadow meadow meadow aquatic aquaticshoreline aquatic aquatic shoreline shoreline shoreline shoreline other/ other/ other/ other/ other/ pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian wetland successional forest forest meadow meadow aquatic aquatic shoreline shoreline pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian motor boats wetland wetlandwetland successional successional forest forestsuccessional meadow aquatic aquatic shoreline other/ other/ successional forest forest meadow aquatic shoreline other/ vehicle vehicle vehicle bike bike constructed constructed area constructed area constructed area area area constructed area constructed bike constructed constructed area area constructed area motor motor boats boats motor boats vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle canoe canoe canoe fauna bike bike pedestrian bike bike pedestrian bike bike pedestrian bike bike bike canoe canoe canoe canoe canoe canoe canoe canoe canoe motor boats motor motor boats boats USER TYPES VEGETATION COMMUNITIES MATERIALITY OF THE PATH fauna fauna fauna vehicle vehicle vehiclepedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian USER TYPES VEGETATION COMMUNITIES MATERIALITY OF THE PATH fauna fauna fauna canoe canoe motor motor boats motor boats motor motor motor boats boats boats boats USER USER TYPES TYPES VEGETATION VEGETATION COMMUNITIES COMMUNITIES MATERIALITY MATERIALITY OF OF THE THE PATH PATH motor boats motor motor boats boats USER TYPES VEGETATION COMMUNITIES MATERIALITY OF THE PATH vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle canoevehicle nature walk

nature walk nature walk

viewpoint nature viewpoint walk

viewpoint

nature walk fauna corridor

viewpointnature walk

fauna corridor viewpoint

fauna corridor

nature walk nature walk viewpoint nature walk naturefauna walk corridor faunaviewpoint corridor fauna corridor fauna corridor nature viewpoint walk viewpoint nature viewpoint walk fauna corridor viewpoint fauna corridor fauna corridor viewpoint fauna corridor

vehicle

motor boats motor USER USER TYPES TYPES USER TYPES fauna fauna fauna fauna fauna fauna fauna fauna fauna motor boats canoe canoe canoe canoe canoe canoeboats canoe canoe canoe

beach tanning

fauna corridor

beach tanning beach tanning

sand playing

beach tanning beach ball

beach tanning beach tanning sand playing sand playing beach ball beach ball beach tanning sand playing

sand playing beach tanning beach ball

sand playing

beach ball

canoeing

sand playing beach sand playing tanning beachbeach tanning ball beach sand ball playing sand playing beach ball beach ball beach tanning sand playing beach tanning beach ball sand playing beach ball

VEGETATION VEGETATION COMMUNITIES COMMUNITIES VEGETATION COMMUNITIES

beach ball

canoeingcanoeing

ice skating

ice skating ice skating canoeing

canoeing motor boating

ice skating

canoeingmotor boating ice skating

motor boating

canoeingcanoeing ice skating ice skating canoeingmotor canoeing boating ice boating skating ice skating motor boating boating canoeing icemotor skating canoeing motor boating icemotor skating motor boating boating icemotor skating motor boating

motor boating

MATERIALITY MATERIALITY OFOF THE THE PATH PATH MATERIALITY OF THE PATH

fauna fauna fauna motor motor boats boats motor motor boats boats motor boats motor boats

motor motor boats boats motor boats fauna fauna fauna fauna fauna fauna fauna fauna fauna

USER TYPES TYPES USER USER TYPES

VEGETATION COMMUNITIES VEGETATION VEGETATION COMMUNITIES COMMUNITIES

USER TYPES USER TYPES USER TYPES USER USER USER USER TYPES TYPES TYPES TYPES USER USER TYPES TYPES USER USER TYPES TYPES USER TYPES USER TYPES

MATERIALITY MATERIALITY MATERIALITY OF THE OFPATH OF THETHE PATH PATH

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USER TYPES TYPES USER USER TYPES TYPES USER TYPES USER TYPES USER USER TYPES TYPES USERUSER TYPES

PHASING PHASIN PH

VEGETATION VEGETATION VEGETATION VEGETATION COMMUNITIES COMMUNITIES COMMUNITIES COMMUNITIES MATERIALITY MATERIALITY MATERIALITY MATERIALITY OFOF THE THE PATH PATH OF THE THE PATH VEGETATION VEGETATION COMMUNITIES COMMUNITIES MATERIALITY MATERIALITY OFOF THE PATH OFPATH THE PATH VEGETATION VEGETATION COMMUNITIES COMMUNITIES MATERIALITY MATERIALITY OF OF THE THE PATH PATH VEGETATION COMMUNITIES MATERIALITY OF THE PATH

vehicular access

vehicular access

bike path fauna corridors corridors fauna corridors bikefauna path

bike path

vehicular access

fauna corridors

pedestrian

pedestrian

fauna corridors

fauna corridors

vehicular access vehicularvehicular access access bike path

concrete rubber wood concrete mixed dirt/gravel wood sand rubberrubber mixed dirt/gravel

successional forest / woodland wetland successional aquatic wetland (beach, etc.) forestforest / dynamic woodland / woodland forest / woodland aquatic meadow successional successional successional dynamic (beach, etc.) hardscape forestforest / none woodland //woodland forest / woodland wetland wetland wetland meadow

vehicular vehicular access access vehicular access fauna corridors bike path bike path bike path vehicular vehicular access access vehicular access pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian bike path bike path bike path faunafauna corridors corridors fauna corridors pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian vehicular access pedestrian

rubber

forest / woodland

bike path vehicular access pedestrian bike path fauna corridors pedestrian

bike pathbike path

vehicular vehicular accessaccessvehicular vehicular vehicular accessaccessvehicular access access vehicular vehicular accessaccessvehicular access pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian bike path bike path bike path bike path bike path bike path bike path bike path bike path fauna corridors fauna corridors fauna corridors pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian fauna corridors fauna corridors faunafauna corridors fauna corridors fauna corridors corridors fauna corridors fauna corridors fauna corridors

vehicular vehicular access access vehicular vehicular vehicular access vehicular access access access vehicular access vehicular vehicular access access bike path bike path bikebike path bike bike path path bike path path bike pathbike path pedestrian pedestrianpedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian pedestrian faunafauna corridors corridors fauna fauna corridors fauna corridors fauna corridors corridors fauna corridors fauna corridors fauna corridors

forest / woodland successional wetland aquatic dynamic (beach, etc.)

successional successional successional aquatic aquatic aquatic none / hardscape wetland wetland wetland forest / woodland forest / woodland dynamic dynamic (beach, (beach, etc.) etc.) (beach, dynamic etc.) successional aquatic successional aquatic aquatic meadow meadow meadow wetland wetland dynamic dynamic (beach, (beach, etc.) etc.) (beach, dynamic etc.) none none / hardscape / hardscape none / hardscape aquatic aquatic meadow meadow meadow forest / woodland forest / woodland forest / woodland dynamic (beach, etc.)

dynamic (beach, etc.)

none none / hardscape / hardscape none / hardscape successional successional successional

meadow meadow meadow forest /forest woodland / woodland /forest woodland / woodland forestforest / woodland forest / woodland forest /forest woodland / woodland forest / woodland wetland wetland none / hardscape wetlandnone / hardscape none / hardscape successional successional successional successional successional successional successional successionalsuccessional aquatic aquatic aquatic wetland wetland wetland wetland wetland wetland wetland wetland wetland

aquaticaquatic

aquatic

dynamic (beach,dynamic etc.) dynamic (beach, etc.) (beach, etc.)

aquaticaquatic

aquaticaquatic aquatic

aquatic

forestforest / meadow woodland / woodland forest forest /meadow woodland forest / woodland forest / woodland / woodland forest / woodland forest / woodland forest / woodland meadow

dynamic dynamic (beach,(beach, etc.) dynamic etc.)dynamic dynamic (beach, etc.) dynamic etc.) (beach, etc.)(beach, (beach, etc.) dynamic dynamic (beach,(beach, etc.) dynamic etc.) (beach, etc.) successional successional successional successional successional successional successional successional none / hardscape none / hardscape none successional / hardscape meadow meadow meadow meadow meadow meadow meadow meadow meadow wetland wetland wetland wetland wetland wetland wetlandnone wetland / hardscape none /none hardscape none /none hardscape / hardscape none /wetland hardscape / hardscape none /none hardscape / hardscape none / hardscape

aquatic aquatic

rubber

concrete concrete

concrete rubber woodwood wood concrete concrete concrete mixedmixed dirt/gravel dirt/gravel mixed dirt/gravel wood wood wood rubber sand sand sand concrete mixed mixed dirt/gravel dirt/gravel mixed dirt/gravel

sand rubberrubber

aquatic aquatic aquatic aquatic aquatic aquatic aquatic

dynamic dynamic (beach, (beach, dynamic etc.) dynamic etc.) dynamic (beach, dynamic (beach, etc.) (beach, etc.) (beach, etc.) etc.) etc.) dynamic (beach, dynamic etc.) dynamic (beach, (beach, etc.) meadow meadow meadow meadow meadow meadow meadow meadowmeadow none none / hardscape / hardscape nonenone none / hardscape none / hardscape none / hardscape / hardscape / hardscape none / hardscape none / hardscape

rubber

rubber

concrete

concrete

wood

wood

mixed dirt/gravel

mixed dirt/gravel

sand

sand

rubberrubber

rubber

concrete concrete

concrete

wood wood

wood

wood sand sand

mixed dirt/gravel

sand

rubber

rubber rubber

concrete

concreteconcrete

wood

wood

sand

rubberrubber

rubberrubber rubber

concrete concrete

concrete concrete concrete

wood wood

woodwood wood

rubber

wood

concrete

mixed dirt/gravel mixed dirt/gravel mixed dirt/gravel wood

sandmixed mixed sand sand dirt/gravel dirt/gravel mixed mixed dirt/gravel dirt/gravelmixed mixed dirt/gravel dirt/gravel mixed mixed dirt/gravel dirt/gravelmixed dirt/gravel rubberrubber rubber rubber rubberrubberrubber rubber rubber sand sand sand sand sand sand sand sand sand

concrete concrete concrete concrete concrete concrete concrete concreteconcrete woodwood

wood wood woodwoodwood wood

wood

mixedmixed dirt/gravel dirt/gravel mixed mixed dirt/gravel mixed dirt/gravel mixed dirt/gravel dirt/gravel mixed dirt/gravel mixed dirt/gravel mixed dirt/gravel sand sand

sandsand sand sand sand sand

sand


MASTER PLAN

PHYSICAL MODELS

scenic scenic shore shore scenic scenic shore shore scenic shore scenic shore fauna corridor fauna corridor

fauna corridor

bird-watch bird-watch zone zone hiking hiking wave wave bird-watch deck deck zone hiking wave deck

plaza plaza linear park linear park

hiking hiking trail trail

edu. ecoedu. ecocorridor corridor plaza

picnic picnic canoe canoe

linear park

hiking trail

edu. ecocorridor

picnic canoe

dog park dog park

esplanade esplanade

gathering gathering fountain fountain

marketmarket

esplanade

gathering fountain

open open dog park

Integration of paths

market open

leisureleisure park park

sports sports amenities amenities

sports amenities naturenature walk walk

leisure park nature walk

canoe canoe picnic picnic

AQUATIC

AQUATIC

boating boating canoe picnic

Water stargrass Water stargrass Duckweed AQUATIC

WETLAND

boating

Duckweed Canada waterweed Canada waterweed Floating bur reed Floating bur reed Sago pondweed Sago pondweed

WETLAND

Water stargrass

beach beach shore shore

beach shore

Duckweed

Canada waterweed

Floating bur reed

Sago pondweed

Peach-leaved willow Narrow-leavedHard-stemmed cattail Hard-stemmed bulrush oak wood sedge Foxtail wood sedge Peach-leaved willow Narrow-leaved cattail bulrush Swamp white oakSwamp white Foxtail

WETLAND

TREE WOODLAND FOREST/ TREEFOREST/ WOODLAND

Peach-leaved willow Balsam poplar

picnic picnic

Narrow-leaved cattail

Balsam poplar Cottonwood

Hard-stemmed bulrush

Cottonwood Austrian pine

Austrian pine

Cottonwood

Austrian pine

FOREST/ TREE WOODLAND

MEADOW

Swamp white oak White pine

White pine

Foxtail wood sedge Red oak

Red oak

MEADOW

Balsam poplar

White pine

Red oak

Little bluestem Fragrant sumac Fragrant sumac Canada bluejoint Canada bluejoint Great Lakes St. John’s-wort Great Lakes St. John’s-wort

Little bluestem MEADOW

SUCCESSIONAL SUCCESSIONAL

beach beach shore shore

picnic

Little bluestem buckthorn

buckthorn Grey dogwood

fauna corridor fauna corridor beach shore

buckthorn

European yarrow European yarrow Sand cherry

scenic scenic drive drive

PHASING DIAGRAMS

Grey dogwood

Canada bluejoint

scenic drive

European yarrow

Staghorn sumac

Sand cherry Timothy grass

Timothy grass

Sand cherry

Timothy grass

DYNAMIC/ SAND DUNE

fauna corridor

PHASING DIAGRAMS PHASING DIAGRAMS

Fragrant sumac

Grey dogwood Staghorn sumac Staghorn sumac White willow

SUCCESSIONAL

Great Lakes St. John’s-wort

White willowHoneylocust

Honeylocust

White willow

Honeylocust

DYNAMIC/ DYNAMIC/ SAND DUNE SAND DUNE

Sandbar willow Sandbar willowBeachgrass

0 10

0 50 10Sandbar willow 50 100m

0 10

50

Beachgrass

100m 1:2500

Beachgrass

100m

1:2500

Path systems


SECTIONS & DETAIL SITE PLANS

hore

hore

SECTIONS & DETAIL SITE PLANS

SECTION 1: PROTECTING SUCCESSIONAL ZONES SECTION 1: PROTECTING SUCCESSIONAL ZONES balsam poplar SECTION 1: PROTECTING SUCCESSIONAL ZONES interlocking paving

wooden path balsam poplar balsam poplar

interlocking paving interlocking paving

wooden path wooden path

staghorn sumac staghorn sumac staghorn sumac

steps

cottonwood

staghorn sumac

cottonwood cottonwood

staghorn sumac staghorn sumac

steps steps

weeping willow steps

wooden path

viewing deck willow weeping weeping willow

lake

steps steps

wooden path wooden path

viewing deck viewing deck

lake lake

1:250

path structure

1:250 1:250

users path structure path structure level usersof erosion users level of erosion level of erosion

SECTION 2: STRENGTHENING FAUNA CORRIDORS SECTION 2: STRENGTHENING FAUNA CORRIDORS red oak staghorn sumac SECTION 2: STRENGTHENING FAUNA CORRIDORS wooden deck wooden deck wooden deck

red oak red oak

staghorn sumac staghorn sumac

staghorn sumac dirt path dirt path dirt path

staghorn sumac staghorn sumac

red oak animal path animal path animal path

red oak red oak

white pine dirt path

wooden deck

dirt path dirt path

wooden deck wooden deck

white pine white pine


1:2500

1:2500

users users level of erosion level of erosion

SECTION 2: STRENGTHENING FAUNA CORRIDORS SECTION 2: STRENGTHENING FAUNA CORRIDORS red oak staghorn sumac SECTION 2: STRENGTHENING FAUNA CORRIDORS wooden deck

red oak red oak

wooden deck wooden deck

staghorn sumac staghorn sumac

staghorn sumac dirt path

staghorn sumac staghorn sumac

dirt path dirt path

red oak animal path

red oak red oak

animal path animal path

white pine dirt path

wooden deck

dirt path dirt path

wooden deck wooden deck

white pine white pine

1: 250

path structure

1: 250 1: 250

users path structure path structure level usersof erosion users level of erosion level of erosion

SECTION 3: STRENGTHENING THE ENTRANCE BY RE-PROGRAMING THE SPACE SECTION 3: STRENGTHENING THE ENTRANCE BY RE-PROGRAMING THEblack SPACE littleleaf linden littleleaf linden oak SECTION 3: STRENGTHENING THE ENTRANCE BY RE-PROGRAMING THE SPACE rubberlittleleaf path linden playground littleleaf linden rubber path rubber path

playground playground

littleleaf linden littleleaf linden

open lawn space open lawn space open lawn space

black oak black oak

red oak picnic area picnic area picnic area

red oak red oak

staghorn sumac

black oak

farmers market

public boat launching &staghorn sumac parking lot staghorn sumac

black oak black oak

farmers market farmers market

public boat launching & parking lot launching & public boat parking lot


:2500

:2500

users level of erosion level of erosion

SECTION 3: STRENGTHENING THE ENTRANCE BY RE-PROGRAMING THE SPACE SECTION 3: STRENGTHENING THE ENTRANCE BY RE-PROGRAMING THEblack SPACE littleleaf linden littleleaf linden oak SECTION 3: STRENGTHENING THE ENTRANCE BY RE-PROGRAMING THE SPACE rubberlittleleaf path linden playground littleleaf linden rubber path rubber path

playground playground

littleleaf linden littleleaf linden

open lawn space open lawn space open lawn space

black oak black oak

red oak picnic area picnic area picnic area

red oak red oak

staghorn sumac

black oak

farmers market

public boat launching &staghorn sumac parking lot staghorn sumac

black oak black oak

farmers market farmers market

public boat launching & parking lot launching & public boat parking lot

1: 250

path structure users path structure path structure level usersof erosion users level of erosion level of erosion

1: 250 1: 250


02 BURLINGTON QUARRY REHABILITATION Powering a New Human Ecology LOCATION: Burlington Quarry, ON. COURSE: Landscape Design Studio YEAR: 2015

With depleting global oil reserves and an increasing pressure on governments to reduce carbon emissions, the world is on the cusp of an energy revolution - a renewable, local one. One of the biggest challenges for the Greater Toronto Area in the coming decades will be meeting the rapidly increasing demand for power that comes with population growth. This growth cannot come at the cost of degrading our natural resources, which makes the development of renewable energy more attractive and urgent than ever before. Situated at the edge of the Greenbelt and the growing cities of Milton and Burlington, the Burlington Quarry can play a vital role in the GTA’s transition to renewable local energy. The steady supply of fresh groundwater allows the site to host two of the most productive bioenergy systems in the world – fresh-water algae and wetland bio-crops. These vigorous water-fed bio-systems can produce 10 times more energy than conventional biofuel crops, at a net benefit to the environment. By harnessing the water on the site, it is possible to design not only a rehabilitation site, but also one which can provide sustainable energy to 2500 homes in Burlington. The transformation of the quarry into the continent’s first Northern Bio-Energy Centre will also allow innovative research to be carried out on exciting new bio-fuels, and act as a catalyst for future energy projects across the region.


TESTING FACILITY

WILLOW PLANTATION 15 HECTARES Reforest Site Edges 9m Construct Dam Fill with clean fill

900L/min

SITE AREA: 231 HECTARES

TER TABLE GROUND WA Fill

MAIN ENTRANCE

Fill

Buildings

1 2 3

Algae Processing Plant Bioenergy Plant

Biomass Processing and Storage Facility

Bruce Side Trail

100m 0m

500m 200m

SECTION AA_NTS

EHABILITATION EVAPOTRANSPIRATION 9m

GROUND WAT

KUP PUMP

ER TABLE

6.6m 3m

SECTION BB_NTS

WETLAND

MARSH

WILLOW PLANTATION

ALGAE POND

CAROLINIAN FORESTS


SITE CONTEXT

SURROUNDING SITE CONTEXT ESCARPMENT NATURAL AREA NEP MINOR URBAN CENTRES NEP MINERAL EXTRACTION AREA ESCARPMENT PROTECTED AREA

Toronto at ion

LOWville

CEDAR SPRINGS

cc el e r

MILTON 132% oakville 29%

ESCARPMENT RURAL AREA

a out war d gr owt h

mt. nemo

BURLIGHTON QUARRY

Burlington 7%

CITY OF BURLIGHTON

Popuation est. 180,000

1:5

AGRICULTURAL RUN-OFF AGRICULTURAL RUN-OFF

PUMPING OUTLET PUMPING OUTLET

BRUCE TRAIL BRUCE TRAIL

PUMPING OUTLET PUMPING OUTLET

DISCHARGE DISCHARGE TO TO EXISTING CREEK EXISTING CREEK


POWER PRODUCTION PROCESS WETLAND

CO2 AGRICULTURAL RUN-OFF (N,P)

ETHANOL

CO2

CO2

Ash

SUNLIGHT WATER SOIL NUTRIENTS

PRODUCTION

BIOMASS

O2

SUNLIGHT WATER NUTRIENTS (N,P)

ALGAE

FOREST

ALGAE FARM

Nymphaea odorata White Water Lily

Iris versicolor Large Blue Flag

Populus spp. Hybrid poplar

Heterococcus coloradii Yellow-green algae

Vallisneria americana Wild Celery

Phalaris arundinacea Reed Canary Grass

Salix spp. Willows

Arthrospira spp. Blue-green algae

Typha spp. Cattail/Bulrush

Pontederia cordata Pickerel Weed

O2

CO2

O2

MARSH

= 10 Households /40 people

Ranunculus spp. Water Buttercup

Scirpus americanus Three Square

1:7500

MT.NEMO BURLINGTON

ELECTRICITY

WETLAND + FOREST

Annual CO2 Balance:

POWER PLANT

+

2711 Tones of CO2

1300 tons of CO2

ALGAE POND

+

8932 tons of CO2

=

Reduced emissions by 10343 tons/yr

Households served: 400

Households served: 480

Households served: 307

ALGAE POND DESIGN PROGRESSIVE REHABILITATION ALGAE COLLECTION LINE

3.5 Million L/yr

Pump to existing creek

DIRECTION OF WATER FLOW BY GRAVITY Pump to existing creek 20m

Pump to existing creek

ALGAE CULTURE DISTRIBUTION LINE

TRACKS

Construct Berm

14.2 Million Kwh/yr

Agricultural By-products

2546 Households (10,000 people) served

w Construct Flow ol Pond Control

ALGAE BIOFUEL Construct Dam PROCESSING PLANT

with on-site by-products

Clean Fill

Increased biodiversity and habitats Enriched soil profile

Fill & Level

PLANT BIOMASS PROCESSING FACILITY Continue Quarrying Establish temporary nurseries for later planting

2022 - Progressive Rehabilitation Phase 2

Economic growth

Pump to existing creek

Research

Reforestation with Carolinian forest species

Final Quarrying

2016 - Progressive Rehabilitation Phase 1

Job creation

Construct Berm m

Grade with overburden stockpiles

CO2

Ra R aisse W ais Wa ate ter er Leve Le vel

BIO-ENERGY PLANT

Pump to existing creek

Establish tree cultures

DAM

Populate via Wetland Soil Seed Banks from local sources

ECONOMIC + ECOLOGICAL BENEFITS Establish tree cultures

CO2 DISTRIBUTION LINE

ALGAE POND DESIGN

Install algae pond infrastructure

Develop b bioenergy facilities fac a

Households served: 1359


Burlington 7%

CITY OF BURLIGHTON

EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS

Popuation est. 180,000

1:55,00

AGRICULTURAL RUN-OFF AGRICULTURAL RUN-OFF

PUMPING OUTLET PUMPING OUTLET DISCHARGE DISCHARGE TO EXISTING TO EXISTING CREEK CREEK

A

2.2km 2.2km

DISCHARGE DISCHARGE TO TO EXISTING CREEK EXISTING CREEK

PUMPING OUTLET PUMPING OUTLET

BRUCE TRAIL BRUCE TRAIL

281.0 281.0

REHABILITATED SLOPES REHABILITATED SLOPES

A

A

A

259.0 259.0

1.2km

1.2km

253.0 253.0

Overburden Stockpiles Overburden Stockpiles 3 3 284,400m 284,400m

257.0 257.0

SITE AREA: HECTARES SITE AREA: 231231 HECTARES Buildings Buildings Rehabilitated Slopes Rehabilitated Slopes Exposed Limestone Faces Exposed Limestone Faces Onsite Pathways Onsite Pathways

SETBACK SETBACK

MAIN ENTRANCE MAIN ENTRANCE

100m100m 0m 0m

500m500m 200m200m

EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS 4000L/min 9m

TER TABLE GROUND WA


Annual CO2 Balance:

+

2711 Tones of CO2

1300 tons of CO2

+

8932 tons of CO2

=

Reduced emissions by 10343 tons/yr

Households served: 400

Households served: 480

Households served: 307

Households served: 13

PROGRESSIVE REHABILITATION

PROGRESSIVE REHABILITATION Pump to existing creek

Pump to existing creek

Pump to existing creek

Construct Berm w Construct Flow ol Pond Control

Agricultural By-products

Construct Dam with on-site by-products

Construct Berm m

Grade with overburden stockpiles

Ra R aisse W ais Wa ate ter er Leve Le vel

Clean Fill

Fill & Level

Reforestation with Carolinian forest species

Final Quarrying

Continue Quarrying Establish temporary nurseries for later planting

2016 - Progressive Rehabilitation Phase 1

Pump to existing creek

2022 - Progressive Rehabilitation Phase 2

Pump to existing creek

Establish tree cultures

Install algae pond infrastructure Populate via Wetland Soil Seed Banks from local sources

Develop b bioenergy fac a facilities Establish tree cultures

2024 - Final Rehabilitation

2026 - Bio-energy center development

Reforest Site Edges 9m


DAM

FINALECONOMIC REHABILITATION + ECOLOGICAL BENEFITS

CO2 DISTRIBUTION LINE

ALGAE POND DESIGN

HARVESTING CHANNEL PUMPING OUTLET

DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL

2.2km

DISCHARGE TO EXISTING CREEK

FLOW CONTROL POND 900,000m3

POPLAR PLANTATION 14 HECTARES

B

B

ALGAL POND 43 HECTARES

1.2km

1 2

WETLAND 91 HECTARES

3

TESTING FACILITY

WILLOW PLANTATION 15 HECTARES

SITE AREA: 231 HECTARES Buildings

1 2

MAIN ENTRANCE

3

Algae Processing Plant Bioenergy Plant

Biomass Processing and Storage Facility

Bruce Side Trail

100m 0m

500m 200m

FINAL REHABILITATION EVAPOTRANSPIRATION 9m


100m100m 0m 0m Pump to existing creek

SECTIONS

Pump to existing creek HARVESTING CHANNEL

PUMPING OUTLET

DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL

2.2km

EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS DISCHARGE TO EXISTING CREEK

500m500m 200m200m

Establish tree cultures

4000L/min Install algae pond infrastructure

FLOW CONTROL POND

900,000m Populate via Wetland Soil Seed Banks from local sources

3

POPLAR PLANTATION 14 HECTARES

TER TABLE GROUND WA

B 900L/min

Develop b bioenergy fac a facilities

9m

B

Establish tree cultures

ALGAL POND 43 HECTARES 1

2026 - Bio-energy center development 2

1.2km

2024 - Final Rehabilitation

SECTION AA_NTS Existing

WETLAND 91 HECTARES

3

TESTING FACILITY

Reforest Site Edges

WILLOW PLANTATION 15 HECTARES

9m Construct Dam

Fill with clean fill

900L/min

TER TABLE GROUND WA

Fill

SITE AREA: 231 HECTARES Buildings

Fill

1 2

MAIN ENTRANCE

3

Algae Processing Plant Bioenergy Plant

Biomass Processing and Storage Facility

Bruce Side Trail

100m

SECTION AA_NTS

0m

Progressive Rehabilitation

500m 200m

FINAL REHABILITATION EVAPOTRANSPIRATION 9m

TER TABLE GROUND WA

BACKUP PUMP

6.6m 3m

SECTION BB_NTS

Final Rehabilitation

WETLAND

MARSH

WILLOW PLANTATION

ALGAE POND

CAROLINIAN FORESTS


03.1 TECHNICAL DRAWINGS Best Management Practices & LID Figure 1: Site BMP Strategy

Figure 1: Site BMP Strategy

LOCATION: Sheppard Ave. & Bathurst St. COURSE: Hydrology YEAR: 2016

RAINFALL

ROOFTOP

GROUND

GREEN ROOF

BIOSWALE

EVAPOTRANSIPRATION

GALLERY

PERFORATED PIPE

Figure 2: Existing Site Drainage

Figure 3: BMP Strategy Drainage

Figure 3: BMP Strategy Drainage

Figure 2: Existing Site Drainage

B4 The strategy for this site utilizes green roofs for source control, bioswales and porous pipes for conveyance control, and water balance for end-of-pipe control.

B3

LOW POINT

TOWER A CLINIC

DAYCARE

TOWNHOUSE

B2

TOWER B TOWNHOUSE Stormwater Flow In Overflow HIGH POINT 0

5

10

20

50m

B1 0

5

10

20

50m


Figure 4: Site Plan Figure 4: Site Plan B3

B4

TOWER A

CLINIC

DAYCARE

TOWNHOUSE Bioswales 1 : 80m3 Bioswales 2 : 64m 3

B2

Bioswales 3 : 32m3 Bioswales 4 : 24m3 Green Roofs : 46.2m3 TOWER B

Total Volume Managed : 246m

3

TOWNHOUSE Green Roof Bioswale

B1 0

5

10

20

50m


Figure 5: Green Roof Structure

Figure 5: Green Roof Structure

strom water infiltration

vegetation growing medium (25cm) drainage composite insulation protection/drainage layer

Figure 6: :Bioswale Section waterproofing membrane structural support

Figure 6: Bioswale Section curb notches bioswale stromwater infiltration & retention wet tolerant vegetation

sidewalk

road way

mulch bioretention soil gravel perforated pipe


ROADWAY, BOULEVARD, STROM WATER MANAGEMENT STRATEGY

ROADWAY BOULEVARD, STORM WATER MANAGEMENT STRATEGY SARAH KO KELLY PARK

DRAINAGE TO STORM SEWER PERMEABLE PAVERS 50mm THICK NO. 8 AGGREGATE 100mm THICK NO. 57 STONE OPEN-GRADED BASE PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE (MIN 50mm DIAMETRE) 360mm THICK NO. 2 STONE SUBBASE GEOTEXTILE MEMBRANE SUBSOIL

C.B. INLET CONCRETE CURB PLANTING (SEE LIST) PLANTING MEDIUM CLEAR STONE 20mm DIAMETRE GEOTEXTILE MEMBRANE

2.0%

3.0%

150mm 300mm

1.5m DRIPLINE 3.0m TO PROPERTY LINE

1.2m SIDEWALK

2.0m

1.5m DRIPLINE 2.0m BIOSWALE

EXISTING TREE 6.0m

0.75m

2.5m

10.5m

CATCH BASIN

PERMEABLE PAVING PARKING

COMPOSITE PAVEMENT BOULEVARD

VOLUMETRIC CAPACITY: 0.15m 3

VOLUMETRIC CAPACITY: 0.45m 3

0m

0.5

1

2

4 1:60


03.2 TECHNICAL DRAWINGS Grading & Cut-Fill Calculations LOCATION: N/A COURSE: Site Engineering and Ecology YEAR: 2014

Cut and fill Calculations

SECTION A-A': ALONG GRID LINE "D"

Contour number 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 10.5 11 11.5 12 12.5 13 13.5 14 14.5 15 15.5 16 16.5 17 17.5 18 Total area Total volume

Existing elevation New contour elevation

Amphitheater

Existing elevation New contour elevation

SECTION B-B’

LAN 1045H: SITE ENGINEERING AND ECOLOGY ASSIGNMENT #3- Sections and Cut & fill calculations

STUDENT NAME:

STUDENT NUMBER:

DATE

Kyung Hee (Kelly) Park

996051926

12/10/2014

Area of cut (m2)

Volume of cut (m3)

Area of fill (m2)

Volume of fill (m3)

0 222 538 398 249 124 0 0 43 0 15811 13701 13683 12422 3171 3343 3385 3062 3035 3196 3318 3182 3156 3060 3093 4407 1551 1034 1032 755 653 480 469 244 185 292 258 103552 -

0 111 269 199 124.5 62 0 0 21.5 0 7905.5 6850.5 6841.5 6211 1585.5 1671.5 1692.5 1531 1517.5 1598 1659 1591 1578 1530 1546.5 2203.5 775.5 517 516 377.5 326.5 240 234.5 122 92.5 146 129 51776

0 25 0 0 0 0 0 291 748 1354 2185 3565 3430 2904 3298 1637 1124 1300 812 986 1406 1876 1106 806 1794 574 575 30 0 0 30 37 66 35 84 19 27 32124 -

0 12.5 0 0 0 0 0 145.5 374 677 1092.5 1782.5 1715 1452 1649 818.5 562 650 406 493 703 938 553 403 897 287 287.5 15 0 0 15 18.5 33 17.5 42 9.5 13.5 16062

SCALE: 1: 250


1

2

3

4

5

7

6

A

8

9

10

11

B

B

+

8.7 + 6.00

+ 6.00

FFE

+ 6.00

+

6.3

+ 6.00 4.2%

+5.68

+

152mm high each x12 steps

+ 3.86 + 3.86

3.9

+

152mm high each x11steps

+ 2.19

8 8%

1.6

1.92+

+ 1.50 + 2.00

+ 1.68

+ 3.9

+ 8.7

C

+ 6.3

+ 1.50 2.00+

+ 1.85

2%

+LP 1.5

8 1.6 + 6+ + 1.50 1.5 0+ + 2.00 1.5 2% + 1.92

2%

3.9 6.3

2

+TS 17.

A

8.7

D

1.5

%

52 +BS 15. 15.52

+ TS

0

+

152mm high each x14 steps

+

FFE + 17.5 + 17.5 + 17.5 5%

+

+ HP 17.5 + 17.5

A'

+BS 14. 0

+12.5

152mm high each x11 riser each

+TS 14.

5

+BS 12.

+ 1.00 + 1.00 E

FF

Existing grade Proposed grade

+ 1.00

+ 1.00 + 1.00 5%

5%

+ 9.35

S 7.1 9 +B S +T 5.51 S 5.5 1 +B S +T 3.8 S 4 3.8 4 +B S +T 2.1 S 7 2.1 7 +B S 0.5

+T

+ 9.35

+7

+9

E

.19

.35

3%

+0.5

0.5+ + 0.5

0.2 +

+ 0.5

0.5+ + 0.5

0.2 +

152mm high x11 riser each

F

B'

G LAN 1045H: SITE ENGINEERING AND ECOLOGY ASSIGNMENT # 3b,3c,3d - Grading Plan

STUDENT NAME:

STUDENT NUMBER:

DATE

Kyung Hee (Kelly) Park

996051926

12/10/2014

SCALE: 1: 250


D 19 02

03.3 TECHNICAL DRAWINGS Bench Details LOCATION: Corktown Common, Toronto, ON. COURSE: Site Engineering II YEAR: 2015 2762

752

114

800

114

752

114

102mm x102mm IPE TO FRAMING w/ GALVANIZED STEEL 20mm BOLT, NUT AND WASHER

3

114 3

91

D 19 02

D 19 02

470

830

82

6.15mm THICK GALVANIZED STEEL PLATE

102 6

470mm x 91mm GALVANIZED STEEL BENCH ARMREST 2762 2762 752

114

800

114

752

114

752

114

800

114

752

114

102mm x102mm IPE TO FRAMING w/

3

114 3

114 3

GALVANIZED STEEL 20mm BOLT, NUT AND WASHER Bench Plan | 01

91

3

102mm x102mm IPE TO FRAMING w/ GALVANIZED STEEL 20mm BOLT, NUT AND WASHER 6.15mm THICK GALVANIZED STEEL PLATE

470

470

830

82 830

6.15mm THICK GALVANIZED STEEL PLATE

82

91

470mm x 91mm GALVANIZED STEEL BENCH ARMREST

D 19 02

102 6

102 6

470mm x 91mm GALVANIZED STEEL BENCH ARMREST

Bench Plan | 01

2762 6

112

3 102 69

D 19 02

470mm x 91mm GAVANIZED STEEL BENCH HANDLE 6.15mm THICK GALVANIZED STEEL PLATE

141

429

GALVANIZED STEEL PLATE BENCH LEG

6

112

1051 112

429

141

1:25

1

GALVANIZED STEEL PLATE BENCH LEG 6

168

Student Name: 470mm x 91mm GAVANIZED STEELKelly BENCH KHHANDLE Park

470mm x 91mm GAVANIZED STEEL BENCH HANDLE 6.15mm THICK GALVANIZED STEEL 141 PLATE

429

3 102 69

10 102

102mm x102mm IPE TO FRAMING w/ GALVANIZED STEEL 20mm BOLT, NUT AND WASHER

3mm DIAMETER, GAVANIZED STEEL SCREW SCREWED TO GROUND 6

Bench 102mm x102mm IPE TO FRAMING w/ GALVANIZED STEEL 20mm BOLT, NUT AND WASHER

10 102

168

6

1051

Element:

2762

3mm 6 DIAMETER, GAVANIZED STEEL SCREW SCREWED TO GROUND

2762

3 102 69

1051

D 19 02

10 102

102mm x102mm IPE TO FRAMING w/ GALVANIZED STEEL 20mm BOLT, NUT AND WASHER

6.15mm THICK GALVANIZED STEEL PLATE

Bench Elevation | 01 Drawing Number: GALVANIZED STEEL PLATE BENCH LEG Corktown Common, Toronto, ON. Element: 3mm DIAMETER, GAVANIZED STEEL SCREW SCREWED TO GROUND

D19.01

168

Bench


6 3

598

102

606

102mm x102mm IPE TO FRAMING w/ GAVANIZED STEEL 20mm BOLT, NUT AND WASHER

3 6

6.15mm THICK GAVANIZED STEEL PLATE

429

629

GALVANIZED STEEL PLATE BENCH LEG 3mm DIAMETER, GAVANIZED STEEL SCREW SCREWED TO CONCRETE BASE

76

178

25mm RUBBER WEAR LAYER 76mm SHOCK ABSORBING PAD

152

25

396

152mm CONCRETE BASE GEOTEXTILE FABRIC

GROUND SUBGRADE (COMPACTED) Element:

Bench

Student Name:

1:10

0.25

Bench Section Detail | 01

Kelly KH Park

Drawing Number:

D19.02


04 OUTDOOR CLASSROOM/WEDDING GARDEN Tranquility Garden LOCATION: Humber Arboretum, ON. COURSE: Landscape Design & Construction YEAR: 2013

Humber Arboretum is located behind Humber College’s North Campus. It consists of botanical gardens and natural areas that surround the Humber River. It not only provides a venue for environmental and outdoor education programs, but also for meetings, conferences, and weddings. The goal of this project was to design and build an outdoor classroom/ wedding garden that could accommodate 20–30 people while providing a unique and pleasurable experience to both the visitors and students. Being in a construction class, I had a great opportunity to apply my classroom knowledge to a practical setting that included surveying the site and designing and building the garden using different materials and techniques.


SITE PLAN


ARBOR DETAIL


CONSTRUCTION PROCESS

Excavation, base preparation and building concrete foundations using wooden forms

Masonry wall installation and mortar application

Base preparation pavement

for

precast


Precast paver installation

Building an arbor structure

Arbor installation and flower bed preparation


05 RAIN GARDEN DESIGN & INSTALLATION Humber Rain Garden LOCATION: Humber Arboretum, ON. COURSE: Sustainable Horticulture Practice YEAR: 2013

The course Sustainable Horticulture Practice assisted me to improve both my horticultural and problem-solving skills by exploring sustainable land management principles and practices. Topics taught in the course included low impact development, green infrastructures, trees in the urban environment, materials, and urban agriculture. As a case study, we were required to analyze the site, provide a planting design, and build a rain garden/vegetated swale near the pond located at Humber Arboretum to manage the overflow of storm water during the heavy rain season.


PLANTING DESIGN

• Design: River stones were placed along the base of the conveyance system, followed by planting plants that can tolerate persistent wet soil conditions along the edges of the river. Such plants included Iris, Itea virginica, Weigela florida, and Hydrangea quercifolia “Sikes Dwarf”.


FINAL DESIGN

• Effectiveness: The site is functional and improves the aesthetic beauty of the area. The rain garden/vegetative swale helps manage the overflow of rainwater from the pond through stormwater retention, attenuation, filtration, evaporation, and infiltration. It simply demonstrates how we can turn something as simple as stormwater into an artistic, sustainable display.


06 BUTTERNUT CONSERVATION/RESEARCH Frances Ethel Thompson Butternut Conservation Initiative & Butternut tree propagation research LOCATION: Humber Arboretum, ON. TYPOLOGY: Plant Research YEAR: 2013

The goal of this initiative is to help conserve the butternut tree, an endangered native tree species, which has been nearly decimated by a fungal disease called the butternut canker. To help conserve these important trees, the Humber Arboretum has partnered with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, as well as Humber Research and the School of Applied Technology to plant and do research on butternut trees that have appeared to be resistant to this disease. I actively participated in the project by monitoring butternut trees and recording growth to help determine why some of these trees were resistant to the fungal disease. I also improved my organization and oral communication skills by presenting the research findings at a Frances Ethel Thompson Butternut Conservation Initiative event.


SITE MAP

20'-3"

#4

11'-3"

#3

11'-4"

11'-4" #2

20'-3"

#5

31'-1"

#1

20'-1"

19'-11"

11'-10"

11'-0"

10'-10"

#6

25'-5" Butternut

#1: M004 G18 Butternut

139'-5"

139'-5"

#2: M004 G25

Butternut

#3: M004 G20

Butternut

#4: A006 G25

Butternut

#5: A006 G28

#7

Butternut

#6: A006 G32

46'-3"

#7: Quercus 'Swamp White'

Title:

Butternut Site Map

Gate

Drawn By:

18'-10"

Kelly Park DATE:

53'-6"

54'-5"

June 18,2013

SCALE:

121'-6"

1: 250


OBSERVATIONS

Tree Measurement DATE

TREE #

CODE

ROOT COLLAR(mm)

TOTAL HEIGHT(cm)

CROWN DIAMETER W1(cm)

CROWN DIAMETER W2 (cm)

02-Jul-13

1

M004 G18

22

45.7

43

40

02-Jul-13

2

M004 G25

26

57

45

40

02-Jul-13

3

M004 G20

21

43

33

29.5

02-Jul-13

4

A006 G25

24

43

37

42

02-Jul-13

5

A006 G28

24

36

02-Jul-13

6

A006 G32

22

34

42

40

39

38

12-Sep-13

1

M004 G18

25

48.5

12-Sep-13

2

M004 G25

27

59.5

49

50

12-Sep-13

3

M004 G20

24

47

46

45

12-Sep-13

4

A006 G25

27

48

43

38

12-Sep-13

5

A006 G28

27

38

47

51

12-Sep-13

6

A006 G32

24

35

49

51

49

25

TREE CHECK LIST

TREE #2

M004 G25

DATE

WATERING

WEEDING

HEALTH CHECK

2013-07-02

Yes

A

2013-07-11

Yes

A

2013-07-17

Yes

A

2013-07-18

Yes

COMMENTS

A

HEALTH CHECK CODE

2013-07-25

Yes

A

A= Alive/healthy

2013-07-31

Yes

A

S= Sick/infested

2013-08-07

Yes

A

NG= No Growth

2013-08-14

Yes

A

Y= Yellowing leaves

2013-09-12

Yes

A

D= Dieback


BUTTERNUT TREE PROPAGATION RESEARCH

The goal of the research was to propagate butternut trees through softwood cuttings and transplant them in nature to repopulate the endangered tree. The object of the study was to compare the success rates of four different rooting substrates (peat and perlite, sand, vermiculite, and Rockwool) and to compare the success rates of two different rooting formulations (IBA [indole-3-butyric acid] and NAA [naphthalene acetic acid]) in the rooting of butternut cuttings. Through the research, I gained valuable experience while reviewing academic journals, writing literature reviews, and writing research reports. The setting up and conducting of the experiment also helped me gain a lot of experience.


CONDUCTING THE EXPERIMENT

Preparing rooting formulations and rooting substrates

Preparing tags according to replication # and treatment #

Planting softwood cuttings and installing misting systems

Organizing pots with labels


07 CREATIVE WORK Paintings & Personal Creations

COEXISTENCE OF FALL AND WINTER

REUNION AT MUSKOKA COTTAGE

Type. Size. Material. Date.

Type. Size. Material. Date.

Abstract art 16” x 12” Acrylic on canvas Nov. 2013

Landscape 16” x 12” Acrylic on canvas Oct. 2013


SUMMER FOREST

HAND AND TREE

Type. Size. Material. Date.

Type. Size. Material. Date.

Imagination 12” x 16” Pastel July 2012

Imagination 12” x 16” Acrylic on canvas July 2013


wildflowers in Ontario


Landscape Architecture Portfolio by Kelly KH Park 2016