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Keely Anderson Landscape Architecture Portfolio


I AM... I am currently an undergraduate at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln studying landscape architecture. I found my passion in landscape architecture when I was in the eighth grade and my group and I had to design a toothpick bridge and see how much weight it could hold. I was assigned to be the architect for the project. That was my first interest in architecture. Fast forward three years and I decided I wanted to job shadow a landscape architect at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Seeing what she did daily only strengthened my desire to go to school and become a landscape architect. I have always had a passion for the environment and wildlife. I believe to make any place successful it needs to have a good amount of green space within the space. I am interested in restoring, protecting, and conserving the environment and wildlife around us. I am especially interested in redesigning wildlife habitats and zoos. I want to be able to bring people and nature together where they can respect one another.

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CONTENTS UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH; UCARE TOWNHOUSE GARDEN; BOOK COLLECTOR PELICAN BAY WATERFRONT; GALAPAGOS, ECUADOR RUSHVILLE CHARETTE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS ROLLING HILLS ORCHARD WORK EXPERIENCE

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UCARE UNDERGRADUATE CREATIVE ACTIVITIES & RESEARCH EXPERIENCE This past summer I was awarded a student research grant with professor Cathy De Almeida (UCARE). I had the opportunity to do research that involved identifying the landscape performance metrics for evaluating the economical, ecological, and social and cultural benefits of constructed brownfields. A brownfield once was a former industrial or commercial site where there could be environmental contamination making it difficult for future use. A brownfield is essentially a site that nobody has a desire to want to go there because it could be contaminated with lead or anything else that could be harmful. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Summer 2017 Faculty: Catherine De Almeida

Turf Root system Soil Undisturbed Forest

Undisturbed Forest Filtered Water

Root System Clean Soil

Outdoor Lifestyle: Over 1,000 people use this park daily to exercise, relax, or view wildlife.

Root System

Clean Soil

Undisturbed Forest: All the tress on site were not touched in redesigning the park.

Gabions

Wetland: The wetland was a major part in filtering the water back into the Tennessee River.

Social & Cultural Economical Environmental

Contaminated Soil

Clean Soil

Legend

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Geotextile Sand Leveling

Bentofix Carbofol Secudrain

Movement of Soil

Remediation of Soil/Social Aspect: This 80 foot berm creates a very social area for people to go sledding or have picnics.


UCARE: Renaissance Park

A Movement of Contaminated soil

Amphitheater

Gabions Wetland River Course

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Preserved Forest

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UCARE: Performance

I have three different zones in the site I created. I have an urban area, an urban-forested area, and a natural forest and river. Even though one zone is completely a plaza for people to gather around and another has a natural wetland they both still have landscape performance benefits that work effectively. The sections on the next page show all the different landscape performance methods that are contributing to the site and how they are performing.

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My UCARE involved looking at various landscapes across the globe and finding out what makes them successful using the Landscape Performance Series. I had to evaluate each of the benefits of the projects such as: ecological, economical, and social and cultural benefits. Once I evaluated 22 different projects I used what I learned and applied my knowledge to create a non-existing site (Right). I then evaluated the performance levels of the site I created to see how the non-existing site performed.

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Sustainable Water Management

Sustainable Forest Management

Greenroof

Permeable Pavers

Environmental: Keeps the population of fish from sky rocketing up. Economical: Fishing in a sustainable way will bring in a good profit. Social: Provides opportunities for people to go out and enjoy the wildlife.

Environmental: Reduces heat island effect. Economical: Reduce cost by using less energy for heating and cooling. Social: Provides an educational opportunity for people.

Rain Garden

Section Cut C

Environmental: Provides a sanctuary for varies species of plants and pollinators. Economical: Stores rainwater to use for later. Social: Provides an educational opportunity for people to understand what rain gardens do.

Environmental: Provides a balance of the ecosystem, so nothing gets out of line. Economical: Harvest wood in a sustainable way that will bring in a good profit. Social: Provides for present and future generations.

Environmental: Made of recycled materials. Water ls able to seep through the cracks and into the earth. Economical: Requires fewer repairs and has a longer lifespan. Reduces the amount of runoff as well. Social: Provides an opportunity to teach about the importance of reducing storm-water runoff.

Soil Remediation Berm

Environmental: Clearing up an area that could harm the wildlife there. Economical: Cheaper to relocate on site then it is to move the contaminated soil to another site. Social: Provides a nice berm for people to sit on and children to play on.

Silva Cells

Environmental: Trees last longer and storm-water reduced Economical: Trees don’t need replaced. Social: Bigger trees provide shade for people to gather and sit around them.

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TOWNHOUSE GARDEN CHILD BOOK COLLECTOR The townhouse garden is designed for a child who collects books so they can enjoy reading and be inspired to continue to grow. The collector will explore and discover new things about oneself. A child can go there by themselves while their parents are inside the building or parents can go into the garden with the children and have them read to the children and vice versa. This garden is designed to have children be inspired and continue to read and grow. LARC 210 Fall 2016 Faculty: Sarah Karle

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Eidetic Image


Populus tremuloides quaking aspen

Colorado Meadow Plantings

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Powdered Steel

Turf

Matricaria chamomilla chamomile

Centaurea cyanus

Populus tremuloides grove

cornflower

Glebionis segetum corn marigold

Planting Palette

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Turf

Black Locust Boardwalk

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Populus tremuloides grove

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Site Plan

B Perspective View of Hobbyist in Action to the North

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PELICAN BAY WATERFRONT; CONTAGION TO COMMUNITY SANCTUARY EDUCATION ABROAD: PUERTO AYORA , SANTA CRUZ ISLAND, GALAPAGOS, ECUADOR The goal of the Pelican Bay area design was to reconnect the Pelican neighborhood and the Puerto Ayora community to Pelican Bay–physically, socially, environmentally and emotionally. The 11 of us who studied abroad in Ecuador designed with a community driven process - a waterfront for all while creating a sustainable design at the forefront. We also wanted to embrace the past, present, and future of the community. This was a team effort. 11 of us contributed to the diagrams below. The diagrams below show the team process and design I was specifically apart of in the Galapagos. LARC 497 Summer 2017 Faculty: Kim Wilson

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View of Pelican Bay from torn down bank site


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Airplane

Santa Cruz Island

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Bus Galapogoes National Park

Pelican Bay

Boat Diagram Drawn by Frank Herbolsheimer

Puerto Ayora, Galapagos Service Learning Location

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS: Inventory

Image Edited by Frank Herbolsheimer

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View of Pelican Bay from Jardin del Mar site


ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS: Open Space Network

GALAPAGOS NATIONAL PARK

CASCADA

ORQUIDES LA UNION

SCALESIA ARRAYANES

MIRAFFORES CACTUS

Park Network: The Municipality plan for the open spaces

MATAZAMOS

ESTADIO PAMPAS COLORADAS

was to provide open space centered in neighborhoods. The Municipality created an inner connected open space system that allows people to enjoy the public open space. However, the amount of open space network decreases the more urban it gets.

EL EDEN

LAS ACACIAS

CHARLES DARWIN CENTER

LA ALBORADA

Observation: The open space network in the Puerto

Ayora shows that there are a limited amount of recreational parks. The majority of the parks are within the neighborhoods of the town, but as you head toward Pelican Bay, where the sight is, there are only a few parks spread out. LAGUA LAS NINFAS

Soccer Fields

National Parks

Bus: Routes

Recreational Fields

Low Tide

Existing Bike Lanes

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS: Galapagos National Park

Puerto Ayora

Tortoises

Penguins

Iguana

Mission: To preserve the area and the rational use of ecosystems and biodiversity working in a corporative way with everyone in the Galapagos to get a unique territorial model that gives the Galapagos sustainability.

Vision: Galapagos strategy for conservation and

sustainable development 2020: make the islands a world model for sustainable development and guarantee conservation of unique ecosystems and rational and responsible use of resources.

Goals:

1. Manage/Conserve ecosystems of Galapagos and its biodiversity. 2. Bring together local and preservation guidelines of the ecosystem services. 3. Improve management capacity of the national park and manage area efficiently. 4. Make social processes with the community in order for them to be responsible for the environment. 5. Increase and integrate the scientific and technical knowledge for the interaction between the sea and land ecosystems. 14

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS: Galapagos National Park

Director of Public Use

Director of Ecosystem

Director of Environmental Direction

Sea Lion

Ministry of Environment: Site Relevance 1 The Director of Public Use deals with all the people that are in the Galapagos islands, specifically the visitors attracted to the wildlife. Their job is to control the visitors and make sure they do not interrupt the wildlife. This is important because the site UNL and Verde Milenio are redesigning is for not only the locals, but also the tourists.

2 The Director of Environmental Direction deals with all the water that surrounds and is in the Galapagos islands. This is relevant because the site UNL and Verde Milenio are redesigning is right off the coast of Pelican Bay.

3 The Director of Ecosystem deals with the whole Galapagos islands specifically with the mangroves within the site. If UNL and Verde Milenio want to move the mangroves we would need to talk to the Director of Ecosystem. Pelican

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS: Context

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Galapagos National Park

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Pelican Bay

Native Vegetation

Buildings

Potential area for native vegetation

Vegetation

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Oceanic Zone

Coastal Zone

Arid Zone

High Tide

Land Type

Low Tide

Animals

Ocean

Mangroves

Cacti

Ocean

Turtle

Sea Lion

Iguana

Diagram Drawn by Frank Herbolsheimer

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS: Tides

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Galapagos National Park

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Pelican Bay

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2. AVERAGE TIDE

3. LOW TIDE

The highest tides reached under normal meteorological conditions (the spring tides) take place when the Moon and Sun are directly aligned with respect to Earth.

The tide occurring between the high and low tide.

Low tides are less extreme when the Moon and Sun are at right angles (the neap tides).

High Tide Subtracts

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Low Tide Adds

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Diagram Drawn by Kenneth Brandl

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS: Water Quality

TRASH

People throw trash into the waters polluting the bay

RUNOFF

The leftover fish guts get thrown on the ground and wash back into the bay.

FUEL POLLUTION

Boats with motors end up polluting the waters when they leak and seep into the bay.

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PIPE RUNOFF

The pipe carries water from the streets to the bay.


ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS: Boat Access

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Boat Route

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Parking Diagram Drawn by Kenneth Brandl

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JARDIN DEL MAR

Image Edited by Frank Herbolsheimer

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JARDIN DEL MAR: Overall Site Plan eN Call 61 Av. Ch arles Darwin N lle Ca

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Designed by Committee Diagram Drawn by Nathaniel Krohn

Completed Design of Pelican Bay 23


JARDIN DEL MAR: Inventory

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Pelican Bay

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Diagram Drawn by Ashleigh Gildon

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Vegetation

Buildings

Circulation

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Disconnect From Fish Market

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Wall limiting access

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Narrow Drive

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Too Many Boats

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Narrow Pier

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Hard Edge Blocking Views

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Mangroves frame views

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Natural Pools

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Iguana Breeding Nest

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JARDIN DEL MAR : Framework Plan

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Vegetation

Pools

Circulation

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JARDIN DEL MAR: Sections

Street Walk Garden Diagram Drawn by Kenneth Brandl

Open Green Space

Shade Structure

Board Walk

Beach

Ocean

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Beach

Sea Lion

Edge Walk Diagram Drawn by Kenneth Brandl

Open Green Space

Walk

Storage

Ocean

Section BB’

Coast

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JARDIN DEL MAR: Proposal Plan Jardin Del Mar means Garden of the Sea in Spanish. The purpose of this was to design a space that better serves the community, environment and visitors. The principles of this design were to reconnect the city to the waterfront and improve the access to the water because there is very little access to the water along site we helped design. The objectives were to create a waterfront that is accessible to all and provide a beach to the community. The goals of the site were to create an attractive, functional and enjoyable public spaces, create an accessible waterfront for all, and highlight the unique environment of the Galapagos Island. Jardin del Mar is designed to bring families and tourists together. This was a team effort and every diagram below were specifically my teams design. Each diagram was either drawn or altered by my teammates and I together. The design my team chose to continue with includes a kayak renting and launching zone; people can either bring their own kayak or they can choose to rent one and go kayaking in the Pelican Bay area. On the South side of the site lies a beach. There people can go swimming or relax on the beach. However, when low tide comes the water recedes, but my team and I designed little pools of varying depths, so people can continue to swim even when it is low tide. On the far South side there is a grassy knoll that overlooks an iguana breeding ground, there people can see the local wildlife residing on the volcanic rocks. N

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Designed by Committee Diagram Drawn by Nathaniel Krohn

Jardin del Mar Site Plan


JARDIN DEL MAR: Experience

Perspective by Frank Herbolsheimer

Jardin del Mar to the East 29


RUSHVILLE CHARETTE INTERDISCIPLINARY DESIGN, RUSHVILLE, NEBRASKA Landscape architecture 3rd year students teamed up with architecture master students to help create an outdoor public space for the community outside a grocery store the master students are helping redesign in Rushville, Nebraska. My team and I wanted to create a public space that was flexible in all kinds of scenarios. We decided are main aspect would be a turning wall that you can open and close. When the community comes together for a farmer’s market you can easily open the wall to create multiple stalls for people to place their products in. We also wanted to incorporate a community garden that way the community could sell the produce at the farmer’s market.

LARC 311 Spring 2018 Faculty: Kim Wilson & Jeff Day

Diagram Drawn by Hasan Shurrab

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Elevation Oblique - Scenario 1


Site Plan and Model

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Site Plan

Model by Scott Kenny

Model Images 31


Elevation Oblique and Section

Diagram Drawn by Hasan Shurrab

Diagram by Scott Kenny & I

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Elevation Oblique - Scenario 2

Section going East to West


Elevation Oblique and Section

Diagram Drawn by Hasan Shurrab

Diagram by Scott Kenny & Jerry Philbin

Elevation Oblique - Scenario 3

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CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS P STREET PLAZA; LINCOLN, NEBRASKA The construction documents show a previous project I designed in downtown Lincoln, Nebraska. The project was designed to help the Lincoln bat population thrive and prosper. The goal of the project was to get people educated on the importance of bats species and how they are helpful to humankind. Below show the site material plan and two site details. INDEX SHEET

THE CITY OF LINCOLN

URBAN SANCTUARY

G-001

COVER SHEET

LG-101

SITE GRADING PLAN

LM-101

SITE MATERIAL PLAN

L-501

SITE DETAILS

L-502

13TH AND P STREET, LINCOLN, NE 68505

LP-101 LS-101

LARC 330 Fall 2017 SITE DETAILS Faculty: Brad Swerczek SITE PLANTING PLAN SITE LAYOUT PLAN

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS DECEMBER 11, 2017

1224 W. CEDAR STREET BOSTON, MA 02108 617-770-5420

G-001 COVER SHEET

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CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: Site Material Plan LEGEND:

LARSON BUILDING / VACANT LOT

Boardwalk Permeable Pavers

B1 L-501

CITY OF LINCOLN

B2 L-501

N 13TH STREET

A1 L-501

A2 L-501 A5 L-502

URBAN SANCTUARY

Limestone

13TH AND P STREET, LINCOLN, NE 68505

1224 W. CEDAR STREET BOSTON, MA 02108 617-770-5420

Limestone Permeable Pavers

REVISIONS

BISONWICHES & COFFEEHOUSE NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

SITE MATERIAL PLAN NORTH

P STREET

LM-101 KEELY ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

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CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: Site Details EXISTING BUILDING

BLACK POWDER COATED STEEL RAILING

42"

1224 W. CEDAR STREET BOSTON, MA 02108 617-770-5420

1"-2" STONE VENEER BY EL ELDORADO; BLUFFSTONE FINISH

HONED FINISH LIMESTONE

2" CHAMFER

1" AIR SPACE #4 @ 12" O.C. E.W.

18" X 3/4" DIAMETER S.S. DOWEL @ 4'-0" O.C., MIN 2 PER BLOCK

2"

CONCRETE FOUNDATION

TURF

COMPACTED SUBGRADE 12" CONCRETE FOOTING COMPACTED SUBGRADE

8"

A3

12"

CONCRETE WALK PAVING

1'

12"

LIMESTONE SEAT WALL

A1

A2

1'-6"

RAILING & RETAINING WALL

1/2" GROUT SETTING BED

CITY OF LINCOLN

1/2" EXPANSION JOINT WITH SEALANT 5" CONCRETE SLAB

5'

42"

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

13TH AND P STREET, LINCOLN, NE 68505

18"

1" GROUT BED

4" PERMEABLE PAVERS BY ESSENCE WOOD PLANK PAVERS, ESSENCE PRIDE FINISH 1" SAND SETTING BED 2" FINE AGGREGATE 2" THICK AGGREGATE COMPACTED SUBGRADE

URBAN SANCTUARY

1/2 " EXPANSION JOINT W/T SECANT 18" LIMESTONE SEAT WALL

SPLIT FACE FINISH LIMESTONE

11"

REVISIONS

2" FINE AGGREGATE

BLACK POWDER COATED STEEL RAILING, 2" SQUARE SHAPE RAILING

11" LIMESTONE STEPS

3'-2"

1" SAND SETTING BED

7"

4" PERMEABLE PAVERS BY ESSENCE WOOD PLANK PAVERS, ESSENCE PRIDE FINISH

6'

CONCRETE FOUNDATION

2" THICK AGGREGATE COMPACTED SUBGRADE

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

3"

CONCRETE RETAINING WALL 6'

42"

CONNECTED BY REINFORCED CONCRETE AND REBAR 4"

SITE DETAILS

12"

# 4" @ 12"

B1

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RAILING ELEVATION

B2

STAIR & RAILING

L-501 KEELY ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS


CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: Site Details

REMOVE CONTAINER FROM ROOT BALL, SCORE ROOT BALL

BLACK POWDER COATED STEEL RAILING

ORGANIC MULCH, TYP AMENDED PLANTING SOIL TYP

1"-2" STONE VENEER BY EL ELDORADO; BLUFFSTONE FINISH 42"

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

1224 W. CEDAR STREET BOSTON, MA 02108 617-770-5420

LEAVES TO BE 1/4' ABOVE FINISH GRADE

SCARIFY BOTTOM & SIDES OF HOLE PRIOR TO PLANTING, TYP 4" PERMEABLE PAVERS BY ESSENCE WOOD PLANK PAVERS, ESSENCE PRIDE FINISH 1" SAND SETTING BED 2" FINE AGGREGATE 2" THICK AGGREGATE

1" AIR SPACE

6"

2" - 3" MULCH BED

#4 @ 12" O.C. E.W.

6"

3'

2X WIDTH OF CONTAINER

A4

SHRUB TYP. TURF

TREE SUPPLIED WITH TOPS TOO LARGE FOR TRUNKS TO SUPPORT SHALL BE PRUNED AS DIRECTED BY CONTRACTING OFFICE TO REDUCE CROWN WEIGHT

8"

12"

12"

12"

CITY OF LINCOLN

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

TIE-TYPE SHALL BE INSTALLED EQUAL ON BOTH POSTS AT PROPER HEIGHT STABLE BIODEGRADABLE STRAP TO POST TO PREVENT TIE FROM SLIPPING

A5

WOOD STAKE SET AT LEAST 30" INTO GRADE OR UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE A MIN. OF 12" BELOW ROOT BALL; PLACE STAKES PERPENDICULAR TO PREVAILING WINDS

BOARDWALK & RETAINING WALL

13TH AND P STREET, LINCOLN, NE 68505

EXISTING CURB

URBAN SANCTUARY

FINISHED GRADE

REVISIONS

AS NEEDED FOR PROPER HT.

CROWN OF ROOT BALL SET 1" ABOVE FINISHED GRADE, TYP; DO NOT PILE ORGANIC MULCH AROUND TREE TRUNK; DO NOT PENETRATE ROOT BALL WITH STAKING REMOVE FROM TREE CONTAINER 2"HIGH WATER BASIN WITH ORGANIC MULCH, TYP BACKFILL TREE WITH NATIVE SOIL EXCAVATED FROM PLANTING HOLE

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION LIGHTLY TAMPED NATIVE SOIL SUPPORT TO PREVENT SETTLING

O.C. TYP GROUNDCOVER 1'-2' TALL 3" MULCH

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

PLANT PERENNIALS LEVEL AND AT GRADE ORGANIC MULCH, TYP. AMENDED PLANTING SOIL, TYP. COMPACTED SUBGRADE

SITE DETAILS

1'

2'-6"

AMENDED PLANTING SOIL COMPACTED SUBGRADE

3x SIZE OF ROOT BALL

B3

TREE TYP.

B4

GROUNDCOVER TYP.

B5

PERENNIAL PLANTING TYP.

L-502 KEELY ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

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ROLLING HILLS ORCHARD ROLLING HILLS GRADING PROPOSAL

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LARC 231 Spring 2017 Faculty: Kim Wilson

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In the Rolling Hills orchard project I had to grade an apple orchard and keep as many existing trees as possible. This class taught me how to grade roads, swales, sidewalks, parking lots, and even a tennis court. I learned how to cut and fill properly. LARC 231 helped me further my education in the College of Architecture. I know this class is beneficial to my future.

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(798)

38

+8 x 14.75 4+50

.5

786 IE 783.55

788

+811.95 x 4+00

5+ x 00

IE 783.55

786

+809.15 x 3+50

+8

+790.00 x 0+00

+806.35 x 3+00

+811.95 x 4+00

17

+803.55 x 2+50

0 +8 x 2+00

+809.15 x 3+50

+8 x 14.75 4+50

+8

5

.9 97 +7 x 1+50 5 18" .4 72.9 8 9 CULVERT CMP 9 + 7 7 LF60' @ .5% LP +x IE 782.95 5.30 +79 1+50 x 5.6% 2 18" .25 1+00 CULVERT CMP 98.4 + 786 LF60' @ .5% P7 P 5 L .6 L + +792 5.30 +79 x -5.3% x 5.6% 0+50 .25 1+00 786 .65 + LP +792 x -5.3% 50 0+ IE 782.95

5

.7 00 +8 x 5.6% 2+00 5 0.7

794

)

(786

+806.35 x 3+00

+803.55 x 2+50

794

5.6%

800

)

(786

804

(784

) (784

+790.00 x 0+00

NOTES

EXISTING CONTOURS:

LEGEND:

)

(782


8)

(78

0)

(79

)

(792

(794)

(796

)

(778) (780) )

(798

0)

(80

(782)

)

(802

4)

80

802

800

79 8

796

6

80 4

(80

)

(806

3%

(784)

8)

(80

8

80

0)

(81

+ 784

(812)

794

2% 810

(81

4)

%

6.6

)

(786 I.E. 785.35

800 812

792

802

5%

804

(788)

806

804

18"

CULVERT CMP LF60' @ .5%

790

808 810

81

812

+ 813.40

2%

8 812.53 + +813.03

(796)

4

+ 814.26 813.18 + +813.68

79

6%

8

80

+ 814 +814.1 +814.6

+ +

2%

.5%

79

6

+814.44 +813.94 + 814

B.C. 814.06 T.C. 814.56 T.C. 815.36 B.C. 814.46

) (808

(806)

(804)

(802)

(800)

(800)

(798)

+ 814.46

)

10

+ 812

2%

(802)

(804)

+ 810

2%

2%

+ 7.8

+ 8.5

I.E. 813.58

2%

++ B.C. 814.96 + T.C. 815.46

812

815.08 + + 815.72

815.72 ++815.08

(818)

815.72 + + 815.22 + 816.3 + 815.8

+ 812

815.96 + 815.46 +

2%

801.2 ++801.7 B.C. 815.2 T.C. 815.7 + + ++ ++

+816.5 + HP +816.92 817

B.C. 815.5 + ++ T.C. 816 818.1

EXISTING CONTOURS:

++ T.C. 815.7 B.C. 815.2 T.C. 815.4 B.C. 814.9 T.C. 815.7 B.C. 815.2

B.C. 815.5 + + T.C. 816

NOTES

LEGEND:

2%

B.C. 815.07 + + T.C. 815.57 B.C. 815.2 + T.C. 815.7 + ++ T.C. 815.7 ++ B.C. 815.2 ++ T.C. 815.4 B.C. 814.9 T.C. 815.7 B.C. 815.2

(830)

2' CONTOU

(828)

PROPOSED CONTOURS:

815.54 +

SLOPE CENTERLINE:

830

CROWN TY

828 %

+ 814

+816

SWALE CENTERLINE:

CROSS SL

%

(806)

ROAD SHO

ROAD SHOULDER:

(808) + 820

MATCH EX LINES

RIDGE LINE:

+818.92 +819.02

+818

SPOT ELEVATION:

+

TOP OF CURB:

TC

PROVIDE A AROUND T

PARKING L

+ 822

6%

4)

810

+ 9.3

5%

(812)

(81

808

+ 812

+ 818.45

2%

+ 812

2%

80

I.E. 812.42

815.24 ++814.74

815.22 ++ 815.72 + 815.96 + 815.46

4

(8

+814.28

B.C. 814.16 + + T.C. 814.66

+ + T.C. 815.86 + B.C. 815.56

+ 814.32 +815.32

+ 814.46 +814.96

2% 80

+ 814.93

5%

+ 812

.78

+ HP 814

+ 813.76 + T.C. 814.16 +813.70 B.C. 813.66

814.46 + 816.5 + + 814.96 + 816

814.74 ++815.24

0 80 2

6 80 8

+ LP 812.57

5%

78

79

+ 814.12

)

816.5 ++ 816

2%

6

2

+ LP 814

+ LP 814 T.C. 814.16 B.C. 813.66

2%

78

79

806

6" CULVERT CMP LF30' @ .5%

16

+ +

(794)

0

6"

2%

79

I.E. 811.98

+ 814.93

CULVERT CMP LF30' @ .5%

(8

(792)

+820

BOTTOM OF CURB:

BC

HIGH POINT:

HP

+820

)

LOW POINT:

LP

INVERT ELEVATION:

IE

CORRUGATED METAL PIPE:

CMP

LINEAR FEET:

LF

TENNIS CO

) (8 28 )

26 (8

(82

4)

2)

)

+822

(82

(8

18

)

(816

(82 0

I.E. 785.65

I.E. 811.82

4

814

(790)

+822

ROADWAY

CULVERT 60LF 18" CMP @ .05%:

WALKS/PA

CULVERT 30LF 6" CMP @ .05%:

+824

TREES REMAINING:

N

TREES REMOVING: UNDERSTORY REMAINING: UNDERSTORY REMOVING: 0 30

60

SCALE 1"=30'

PROFESSOR:: KIM WILSON

Rolling Hills 39


WORK EXPERIENCE CAMPBELL’S GARDEN CENTER, LINCOLN, NE I have been working for Campbell’s Garden Center for over a year as a Greenhouse Specialist. As a Greenhouse Specialist I am required to give in-depth plant knowledge to customers. This job has taught me effective communication skills to assure customers get what they need. In that year I have aided with customer designs as well as create different plantings based on season, species, and conditions. Not only do I have to create plantings for customers, I am required to overlook plant materials and make sure everything is running smoothly. I manage everyday greenhouse tasks such as watering plants, sweeping, and making sure everything looks accordingly. Campbell’s Garden Center has taught me

Pot Plants for Customers 40

Decorate Planters

Create Designs


Water Plants

Create Planters

Finished Planter

Campbell’s Nursery

Take Inventory of Plants

Sweep Greenhouse 41


THANK YOU. KEELY ANDERSON

Phone: 402.560.3841 Address: 1108 Cold Spring Rd. Lincoln, NE. 68512 Email: Kjanderson1996@gmail.com

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