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KELLY HISKEY

DESIGN PORTFOLIO | 2014


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KELLY HISKEY a: 1325 N. 113th Plz. Apt. 5212 Omaha, NE 68154 e: hiskey.kelly@gmail.com p: 402.430.6017

E X P E R IE N C E The Schemmer Associates

Assistant Project Manager January 2012 - Present • Lead teams of architects, engineers, and construction administrators through 30+ projects with construction costs up to $11 million •

Assist in managing a multi-million dollar regional IDIQ contract; reached contract limit within one year and have subsequently been awarded a 150% increase in contract amount

Work closely with clients to develop scope of work, schedule, budget, and programmatic needs

Effectively manage multi-disciplinary project teams, including consultants, to ensure that projects stay on schedule and within budget

Provide weekly analysis of project progress, schedule and budget, per discipline

Architectural Designer June 2011 - Present • Create and present graphics which clearly delineate initial design concepts to clients and user groups and facilitate constructive discussions in order to move projects forward •

Take initial design concepts and develop them into construction documents and provide guidance throughout the construction process

Conduct project code reviews and provide and review Statement of Condition drawings, following NFPA 101 Life Safety Code, for health care facilities seeking Joint Commission Accreditation


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HUNTER’S POINT BORSTAL CHOICES VS. STRUCTURE

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reACTIVATE

INTEGRATE MILITARY BASE INTO COMMUNITY

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PARTICIPATE

RE-PURPOSING CHICAGO’S OLD MAIN POST OFFICE

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SITE STUDY

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BOILER REPLACEMENT

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PHARMACY REMODELS


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academic work


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01 HUNTER’S POINT BORSTAL CHOICES VS. STRUCTURE

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA FALL 2010

Hunter’s Point Shipyard, in particular Dry Dock #4, readied USS Indianapolis for her faithful and tragic voyage to deliver the bombs that brought World War II to an end. This project looks at reactivating this mammoth container. When considering a Borstal (juvenile delinquent center for boys) as a program, it became apparent that a great deal of emphasis should be placed on security while maintaining individuality. Each boy resides in an 8’ x 8’ x 8’ corten steel cube, inside of which he may make adjustments to the space. Whether that be unfolding the bed, the desk, or leaving them both tucked behind a moving wall so that he simply has an open space — it is a decision that he gets to make. Further options are presented in deciding a location for the cube. A boy can choose to keep his unit as his own personal space, or it can be joined with other units to create a community, adding a level of security. The units are housed in a matrix, comprised of a series of columns joining to the existing structure of the dry dock and reflective of each boy’s individuality. It also provides the setting for the “first night ritual,” in which the boy spends the night alone, on the top of the matrix. The “Tower,” in contrast to the matrix, is the community hub, and is located outside of the dry dock. The floors are supported by two concrete walls that are punctured by various programs based on spatial requirements. It is not only the point of entry, but also functions as a kitchen, dining room, classroom, and security tower.


Matrix Floor Plan | Day Zero The Matrix is the living area. It is initially defined by the grid...

Matrix Floor Plan | Day One + ...Once occupied, it is defined by the choices that are made. Each boy can move his living cube to either stand alone, or to be joined with other living cubes to create a sense of community.

08 | BORSTAL


Individual Living Cubes [left to right] bed | desk | open space The idea of the individual cube is that each boy can make adjustments to his space (ie unfold the bed when he wants to sleep; slide out the desk when he wants to study or write; or just have an open space to spread out)

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Tower | First Floor Floor

Tower | Second Floor 010 | BORSTAL


Tower | Third Floor

Tower | Fourth Floor

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check-in locker room exam room observation conference room lobby visitation room garage wood shop serving line kitchen dining hall classroom offices lecture hall computer room


Tower | Elevation 01

012 | BORSTAL


Tower | Elevation 02

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02 reACTIVATE

INTEGRATE MILITARY BASE INTO COMMUNITY

TUSTIN, CALIFORNIA 2010-2011

This project developed from a broad interest in the potential embedded within unused government property. I wanted to explore a sector of government property which was costing us, taxpayers, the largest amount of money. Research: My initial readings focused on “the problem�, being why military land becomes unused. Three points: politics, economics, and distinctions, began to emerge from my research. Furthermore, it was the way in which these ideas began to weave together in my mind that sparked my need to make a relationship between these void spaces and the communities that surround, but never experience, them. This project focused on the reintegration of an abandoned military base in Tustin, California with the surrounding community. A series of sketches, diagrams, physical models, and digital graphics were produced as I explored ideas and developed the project.


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site + people + context + economics = incorporation

percentage of federally owned property

source: General Services Administration

Percentage of Federally Owned Property Source: General Services Administration

air force

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air force

Air Force

army

Area of Military Land

Army navy Navy

area of military land

Source: source: GSA GSA

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local interest..

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feet of unused property across the United States. In fact, the United States Government

location of military bases source: department of defense

cost of federal land

source: GSA Cost of Federal Land

owns over 50% of the land in the Western half

Military facilities occupy the largest area of federal land, aside from parks and forests.

Location of Military Bases

Source: GSA

of the country.

Source: Department of Defense

“Military tradition holds

that only the m

Many of these military sites are being left

27% of the nation’s military installations have been closed by the Department of Defense,

to their own demise. In fact,

via the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC)

initiative, leaving millions of square feet of land and structures to crumble. One practical problem related to my thesis research is that there is only so much

space on which to build. This space continues to decrease as the population increases. If we continue to build outward it will cost us socially, economically, and physically. Another practical problem is that even when the federal government leaves a piece of property vacant, taxpayers continue to pay for its existence. Military facilities consume the

closing at an exponential rate. The closure of

1988

1991

military bases can cause a shift in the population

and the economy of the area. If the base is left to its own demise it will remain an unnecessary burden on the community. If there is a void in the economy surrounding a military base it can become impossible for the community to develop

1993

1995

Percentage of Military Base Closures

1988

Source: Department of Defence | BRAC 1991

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percentage of military base closures

source: department of defense_BRAC

1993

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largest costs and area of federal land, and are


public private public private

green space / open space public

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[Top left moving right and then down]: 1) City of Tustin dashed in red, Military base highlighted in white. 2) Green space 3) Public transportation 4) Commercial and Residential zones.

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commercial + residential

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Site Analysis Diagrams

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local bus los angeles bus metrolink [train]

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public transportation

commercial + residential commercial + residential

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private

downtown

major roadway connections

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major roadway connections major roadway connections


connection through program

connection through movement

Site Development Concept Diagrams [Top left moving right and then down]: the XL site (entire military base) gets broken down by weaving the grid through it. One piece of the grid was further developed as a part of this project. That portion of the site gets broken down through an understanding of the surrounding program. The existing hangar on that portion of the grid gets dissected by way of movement.

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connection through grid [streets]


surrounding city [context]

site development

site development

former military base proposed growth

former military base proposed growth

school

surrounding city

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faculty offices

display

recreation storage + rentals

fabrication

commercial

XL Site Concept Model

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M Site Concept Model

Site Concept Models After breaking down the XL site, focus was placed on a smaller scale. After gaining an understanding of the history of the site and the current community program and dynamics it was determined that a nearby technology school could use a portion of the site to expand their services and, in turn, support the community.

“The problem lies in the clash between the National interest and Local interest.� - David Sorenson [shutting down the cold war; the politics of military base closure]

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Schematic Design Renderings

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022 | BORSTAL


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03 PARTICIPATE

RE-PURPOSING CHICAGO’S OLD MAIN POST OFFICE

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS SPRING 2009

Chicago’s old main post office building with it’s abundance of space (9 stories and 2.5 million square feet), and prime location (S. Canal Street to the West, Chicago River to the East, and the Eisenhower Expressway running through the building’s lower levels) are reportedly costing the US Government $2 million per year to maintain and with no tenant paying rent. This project looks at revitalizing this building/site but weaving various programs (art school, residential, commercial, parks, community gardens, and transportation), in, on, and through it.


Circulation Diagrams 024 | PARTICIPATE


Circulation Concept | Site Plan

Circulation Concept | Perspective

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Site Plan 026 | PARTICIPATE

bus stop community garden art gallery art school river look out


Sections

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Art School, Street Side

028 | PARTICIPATE


Bus Stop + Art Display

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professional work


032 | SITE STUDY


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04 SITE STUDY VA CENTRAL IOWA HEALTH CARE SYSTEM 2013

A number of design charettes were held to discuss campus zoning, long-term visions, patient and staff efficiencies, traffic patterns, utilities, and initial vs. lifetime costs. Careful consideration and coordination was required between projects that were under construction vs. projects already in design vs. future projects. My role: lead designer, project coordinator (internal and external), assistant project manager. master planning, coordination with utility study, graphics, presentation to hospital administration

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NORTH DEVELOPMENT

OPTION

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RESTORE OLD ENTRANCE

OPTION

02

CLC COTTAGE 1 | 18,000 PARKING GARAGE 4 | 360 | 35,000 SHARED GARDEN

PARKING LOT 1 | 16 | 7,600

CLC COTTAGE 1 | 18,000 LEVEL 01 ENTER/EXIT

DRIVE/DROP-OFF 1 | 21 | 29,500 BRIDGE CONNECTION

SHARED GARDEN LEVEL 02 ENTER/EXIT

CLC COTTAGE 1 | 18,000

BRIDGE CONNECTION SHARED GARDEN

PARKING GARAGE 3 | 324 | 38,700

DROP-OFF CLC COTTAGE 1 | 18,000

SERVICE DRIVE

CLC COTTAGE 2 | 35,000

PARKING LOT 1 | 49 | 39,000

UTILITY & SITE STUDY

SOUTH DEVELOPMENT PRELIMINARY MASTER PLAN 636A6-12-916

OPTION

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OPTION 01 NORTH DEVELOPMENT

UTILITY & SITE STUDY

WEST DEVELOPMENT PRELIMINARY MASTER PLAN 636A6-12-916

OPTION

04

OPTION 02 RESTORE OLD MAIN ENTRANCE

PARKING GARAGE 3 | 306 | 150,060

BRIDGE CONNECTION CLC COTTAGE 2 | 18,000 BRIDGE OVER NEW TUNNEL

PARKING LOT 1 | 38 | 17,500

SHARED GARDEN

CLC COTTAGE 2 | 18,000

BRIDGE CONNECTION

BRIDGE OVER NEW TUNNEL

CLC COTTAGE 2 | 18,000 CLC COTTAGE 2 | 18,000

UTILITY & SITE STUDY PRELIMINARY MASTER PLAN 636A6-12-916

OPTION 03 SOUTH DEVELOPMENT

SHARED GARDEN

PARKING GARAGE 3 | 306 | 150,060

UTILITY & SITE STUDY PRELIMINARY MASTER PLAN

Site Development Concepts 636A6-12-916

034 | SITE STUDY

OPTION 04 WEST DEVELOPMENT


master campus plan

1 MAIN HOSPITAL 2 KITCHEN + ADMIN

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3 ADMINISTRATION

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4 CANTEEN + CHAPEL 5 EXTENDED CARE 6 DAY TREATMENT CENTER 7 MENTAL HEALTH

3

8 LAUNDRY + SHOPS 9 BOILER PLANT

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11 SPS + OR 12 MENTAL HEALTH

2

13 PARKING GARAGE

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10 CHILLER PLANT

14 CLC COTTAGE

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15 CLC COTTAGE

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Master Site Plan

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05 BOILER REPLACEMENT VA CENTRAL IOWA HEALTH CARE SYSTEM OCTOBER 2012

This project consists of the design of a 5,260 SF addition to the existing 5,500 SF Boiler Plant (the existing plant will be remodeled into a central chiller plant). This central plant will serve the entire Central Iowa Health Care - Des Moines campus, including the hospital. Special consideration and coordination was given to the phasing of not only this project but several other projects on campus, so as to assure continued use of the hosptial facilities during the expansion and remodel of these key utilities. My role: lead designer and project coordinator (internal and external) SD, DD, CD packages, specifications, 3D renderings, CA coordination


Site Plan

038 | BOILER


structure

VA PROJECT NO.: 636A6-11-916 SCHEMMER PROJECT NO.: 06054.001

+ architecure

+ mechanical & electrical

Section Perspectives

BOILER PLANT ADDITION

[left to right] structure | structure + shell | structure + shell + mechanical + electrical

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06 PHARMACY REMODELS VA CENTRAL IOWA HEALTH CARE SYSTEM VA BLACK HILLS HEALTH CARE SYSTEM 2013

Two separate pharmacy remodels of similar size and program. Each project consisting of approximately 4,000 SF of existing pharmacy and office space within the main hopsital building on each prospective VA Campus, was remodeled to address patient and staff efficiencies, security requirements, acoustical/privacy concerns, updated technology and current and future growth. My role: lead designer, project coordinator (internal and external), assistant project manager SD, DD, CD, specifications, cost estimate, 3D renderings, CA coordination


T TILE (CPT-1): MANUFACTURER: SHAW CONTRACT GROUP TYLE: STITCH 5A075 OLOR: WARP AND WEFT 75761

R FLOORING (RUB-1): MANUFACTURER: NORA SYSTEMS TYLE: NORAPLAN SENTICA 3mm OLOR: DINNER ROLLS 6510

ANT BASE (RB-1): MANUFACTURER: JOHNSONITE OLOR: BEIGE 49

PT-1):

MANUFACTURER: SHERWIN WILLIAMS OLOR: NAVAJO WHITE 6126

PT-2): MANUFACTURER: SHERWIN WILLIAMS OLOR: WHEAT PENNY 7705

PT-3): MANUFACTURER: SHERWIN WILLIAMS

OLOR: SAWDUST 6158

OVERING (WC-1): MANUFACTURER: SOURCE ONE TYLE: DECORA OLOR: ESPRESSO 2VDC-04

CEILING (WD-1): MANUFACTURER: ARMSTRONG

TYLE: WOODWORKS PERFORATED, ROUND TRAIGHT – RG6011 (W4)

OLOR: NATURAL VARIATIONS MAPLE

ERTOP (PL-1): MANUFACTURER: HERMAN MILLER OLOR: LIGHT WALNUT

ETS (PL-2):

MANUFACTURER: HERMAN MILLER OLOR: SOFT WHITE

Waiting Room

Counseling Stations

VA Central Iowa Health Care System

VA Central Iowa Health Care System

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Dispensing

Pharmacy Offices

VA Central Iowa Health Care System

VA Black Hills Health Care System

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KELLY HISKEY e: hiskey.kelly@gmail.com p: 402.430.6017

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