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SEAN MICHAEL LEOGREEN – LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

Bachelor of Design - Landscape Architecture (Hons), Victoria University 2007 Sean joined Isthmus at the beginning of 2007 following the completion of a landscape architecture degree at Victoria University. He was the top graduate in his year, receiving an Outstanding Landscape Architect student award and a NZILA/Dr Diane Menzies Award for design excellence. Sean’s landscape architecture career has involved large infrastructure and stormwater projects in both the Bay of Plenty and Auckland regions. He has delivered engaging plans with site specific solutions for consultation purposes, working with multi-disciplinary consultants. Sean has exceptional graphics and computer aided design skills. A talented designer and strong graphic communicator he has experience developing plans through to contract documentation and other illustrative material for complex urban streetscapes, parks and infrastructure enhancement projects. Sean has 3D digital modelling skills and has developed accurate photo-simulations for both Resource Consent applications and public consultation. Core competencies: • Landscape Design • Visual Simulations / 3D modelling • Contract Documentation Professional affiliations • Registered and Associate Member New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects (NZILA)

Interest / Sports • Tae Kwon Do • Snowboarding • Mountain Biking • Kiteboarding • Surfing • Photography

Major awards here • Dr Diane Menzies Award for design excellence • NZILA GOLD - Landscape design - Rural / Park Recreational - Te Puru Bridge 2009

Reference • Brad Coombs - Isthmus Director • brad.coombs@isthmus.co.nz / +64 07 579 0485

Urban Design

Date

Project

Role

Infrastructure

2007-2010

Tauranga Eastern Motorway, Tauranga A 26km bypass including rehabilitation of Kaituna Oxbow. Public consultation and mitigation measures required. Concept / developed design through to tender drawings.

Preparation of landscape plans for public consultation and mitigation. Development of design including 3D modelling. Preparation of preliminary cost estimate. Preparation of tender drawings, specifications, planting schedule and Asset Management Plan.

Tara Road Four Laning Proposed road widening, stormwater attenuation measures and noise protection measures for Tara Road, Papamoa.

Preparation of landscape plans from concept to developed design. Mitigation measures, design representation and consultation.

Infrastructure

2008

Illustrations

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Low native planting to retain visual site lines

Trees provide an attractive interface between the reserve and road

Cabbage trees follow the curvature of the footpath, providing a friendlier pedestrian environment

Pedestrian footpath, continues along Te Okuroa Drive

TARA ROAD TE OKUROA DRIVE

LEGEND Pohutukawa (Metrosideros excelsa)

Town centre revitalisation

2009 - 2010

Design of layout for stormwater treatment ponds and Mangatawa drain, retention of significant areas of native vegetation, watercourse alignment, new mitigation and wetland planting. Storm water volume calculations, consultation meetings, access way, and photo simulations.

Centre Parade Shopping Centre Upgrade, Mt Maunganui, Tauranga The streetscape revitalisation of the Central Parade Shopping Centre in Mount Maunganui.

Involvement in design development and consultation. Design representation/3D modelling and project documentation. ST AT E

Cabbage tree (Cordyline australis) Norfolk pine (Araucaria heterophylla) Large indigenous planting (Flax, akeake, ngaio, five finger and lemonwood spp.) Indigenous planting (Flax ‘green dwarf’, coprosma, hebe, and corokia spp.)

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Large native shrub and flax planting

Grass

TA R A R O A D F O U R L A N I N G - PA PA M O A

Preliminary Landscape Plans - Scale 1: 1000 - October 2008 - Project No. 2615 - Sheet 7

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Photograph Simulation 1c (EN From Maungatawa Lane looking north

Photomontage* | Sean Leogreen | Photoshop CS

MARANUI SW POND MAUNGATAWA DRAIN PHOTOGRAPH LOCATION

Sean Leogreen CV 2010

Large specimen tree highlights the roundabout junction, and cabbage trees retain sightlines

Proposed boundary

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Large scale tree planting accentuates the curvature of roundabout

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Maranui Stormwater Treatment Ponds, Papamoa, Tauranga Upgrade of water treatment ponds including retention of significant areas of native vegetation, watercourse alignment, new mitigation and wetland planting. Project included consultation with Tauranga City Council, design development, water volume calculations, design representation, and photograph simulation.

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2008

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Infrastructure

Original Photo | Sean Leogreen | 50mm SLR | 13 2th December 2008 | E 2796103 N 6384336 (NZ approximately 100-400m from viewpoint.

Recommended viewing distance of this graphic a 350mm.

Artists impression based on preliminary compute

* Photomontages should be used as a guide to field observations


Urban Design

Date

Project

Role

Town centre revitalisation

2008

Cherrywood Shopping Centre, Tauranga A streetscape upgrade for a neighbourhood shopping centre.

Involvement in design development and consultation. Design representation/3D modelling and project documentation.

Town centre revitalisation

2007

Whangamata Town Centre Upgrade: Stage 2 & 3, Whangamata Redevelopment of Port Road in Whangamata.

Involvement in design development and consultation. Design representation/3D modelling and project documentation.

Landscape Architecture

Date

Project

Role

Parks and open spaces

2009

Gordon Carmichael Central Hub, Tauranga Public reserve including outdoor classroom, car park, pontoon, walkways, interpretation and signage, playground and wetland planting.

Involvement in layout design. Preparation of plans from concept to design development stage, 3D modelling and graphic presentation for Tauranga City Council.

Walkways

2008

Hammond Street Reserve Walkway, Tauranga A 200m boardwalk and 180m gravel path.

Involvement in survey, development, contract documentation and administration.

Landscape Planning

Date

Project

Role

Landscape and visual assessments

2007 - 2010

Photograph Simulations Mobile telecommunication facilities/masts and substations in Tauranga, Taupo, and Coromandel.

Responsible for the generation of photograph simulations from key public view points.

Landscape and visual assessments

2008

Beachlands Te Puru Bridge, Auckland

Preparation of photograph simulations.

Landscape and visual assessments

2008

Chelsea Sugar Site, Auckland Maximum building and height photograph simulations.

Responsible for the generation of visual simulations and client consultation.

Landscape and visual assessments

2009

Harbour Central Marine Precinct, Tauranga Landscape and visual assessment required so the HCMP can be included in the Tauranga City Plan due for notification in October 2009.

Preparation of photograph simulations to reflect the visual impact for key viewing locations

Landscape and visual assessments

2008

IDEA Building Extension, Tauranga The consenting of an extension of the IDEA regional office building.

Preparation of landscape and visual assessment, photograph simulations and client consultation.

Landscape and visual assessments

2009

Matakana Island Subdivision, Bay of Plenty A 47 lot subdivision on a significant island landscape.

Preparation of visual material and building guidelines.

Sean Leogreen CV 2010

Illustrations

Illustrations

Illustrations


1_Sean Leogreen Resume