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Sierra McComas LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO


PERSONAL DESIGN STATEMENT I am a master of landscape architecture student at the University of Oregon on schedule to graduate June 2019. My passions include urban agriculture and native ecological restoration within both the urban and rural contexts. I am motivated by the vision of a future where both people and ecological systems are healthy, diverse and productive.

SIERRA MCCOMAS

The graphic art on the cover of this portfolio uses a portion of a painting by Michaelangelo and a map of a garden city created by Ebenezer Howard. My intention is for it to represent the possibility of cohesive existence when nature and human development are designed in harmony with each other.

smccomas@uoregon.edu

“We abuse the land because we regard it as a

commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.� -Aldo Leopold

(541) 520-0475

653 W Broadway, Eugene, OR 97402


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Areas of Native Oak Savanna and Prairie Plantings Areas of Heritage Trees and Trails Associated with the European Path

TABLE OF CONTENTS Areas and Trails Associated with the Civic Path

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RE-ENVISIONING YOSEMITE VILLAGE IN THE VALLEY.............. ........................... Pages 1 - 6

Areas to Retain Current Riparian and Wetland Vegetation

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Zone Overlay Current Park Vegetation and Contours

Park Plan

ACTIVATING URBAN AGRICULTURE IN A PORTLAND SUBURB ........................... Pages 7 - 10

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LEARNING FROM SHARED FOOD EXPERIENCES .................................................. Pages 11 - 14

CREATING A NETWORK OF GREEN STREETS ..................... .................................. Pages 15 - 18

REDESIGNING AN URBAN PARKLET... ................................................................... Pages 19 - 20

Enlivening Eugene Station A retrofit of the Eugene Station bus shelters for a more ecological, aesthetic and safe transit experience. Using greenroofs, solar energy, rain chains and the addition of LED lighting to reduce urban heat effect, reduce stormwater runoff, reduce pollution, create habitat, and develop a more aesthetic and intriguing environment.

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Existing Site Layout

Scale: 1 in = 8 ft

Buildings On Site to be Modified

Existing Site Condition of a Smaller Bus Shelter

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Solar Panels

- 170 panels that could power approximately 27 houses during daylight hours

Rain Chains

- Reduce stormwater runoff and erosion of greenroof - Aesthetic value - Improve safety and visibility

LED Lighting

Drawings of southern entrance portraying berfore and after design implementation

ENLIVENING EUGENE STATION............................................................................. Pages 23 - 24 - Reduce stormwater runoff, urban heat effects, and pollution - Create urban habitat

Green Roofs

Planting Pallette

Basic Planting Pattern

Example of Planting Pattern

Roemer's Fescue Lemmon's Needlegrass Achnatherum lemmonii Festuca Idahoensis var Roemeri

Native Grasses

Camas Camassia quamash

The final rendering including the additions of green roofs, solar panels, LED lighting and rain chains. Design by Sierra McComas

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Wooly Sunflower Eriophyllum lanatum

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Broad Leaved Stonecrop Sedum Spatulifolium

Narrow Leaved Sedum Sedum stenopetalum

Oregon Stonecrop Sedum Oreganum

Cascade Stonecrop Sedum divergens

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Native Sedum

Drawings of southeastern most bus shelter portraying before and after design implementation`

MULTIMEDIA DRAWINGS AND WATERCOLORS .................................................. Pages 25 - 26


Re-Envisioning Yosemite Village in the Valley SPRING 2018 STUDIO PROFESSOR ROBERT MELNICK This design recognizes the significance of the urban escape that Yosemite creates and proposes to use vegetation as a tool to reintegrate the visible impact of Yosemite Village with the ecology of Yosemite National Park as a natural experience. To accomplish this, a three part plan is recommended that includes the expansion of public transportation, the retrofit of existing buildings with green roofs, and the redevelopment of parking lots to reduce parking, limit entry to permit parking and public transit only, and create more vegetative cover over parking lots. These areas were identified as important areas to address because buildings, cars, and parking lots are largely unsheltered by tree canopy and negatively impact views of the valley from above.

VIEWSHED DIAGRAM

CONTEXT

NORTH DOME VIEW YOSEMITE POINT VIEW

GLACIER POINT VIEW

UPPER YOSEMITE FALLS

Zones of Visible Human Impact

NORTH DOME VIEW

HALF DOME VIEW

YOSEMITE POINT VIEW

MORAN POINT VIEW

EAGLE PEAK VIEW

Tree Canopy

GLACIER POINT VIEW

UPPER YOSEMITE FALLS

HALF DOME VIEW

MORAN POINT VIEW

EAGLE PEAK VIEW

Parking Lots

3D PRINTED MODEL OF TOPOGRAPHY SURROUNDING YOSEMITE VILLAGE Roads

CAN SEE YOSE VILLAGE CAN’T SEE YOSE VILLAGE YOSE VILLAGE LOCATION COLUMBIA ROCK VIEW

1/2 WAY UP HALF DOME VIEW

Buildings SENTENIAL DOME VIEW

TAFT POINT VIEW

Aerial Image 1 COLUMBIA ROCK VIEW

Viewpoints from where Yosemite Village is Visible CAN’T SEE YOSE Viewpoints from where Yosemite VILLAGE Village YOSE VILLAGEis Not Visible LOCATION Location of Yosemite Village CAN SEE YOSE VILLAGE


FUTURE GREENROOF OVER VILLAGE STORE

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PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION EXPANSION

CONNECT EXPANDED YARTS TO AIRPORTS, BUS STATIONS, AND TRAIN STATIONS IN SURROUNDING CITIES

SIGNAGE TO ASSIST IN THE TRANSITION OF ACCESS

EXPANDED YARTS AT SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORT

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Proposed Bus Routes

Water Bodies

Proposed Bus Stops

Existing Public Transportation (YARTS) Routes Existing Public Transportation (YARTS) Stops

Roads State Border

Yosemite Park


GREEN ROOF PLANTING PALETTE VILLAGE STORE IN LANDSCAPE CONTEXT WITH TREE CANOPY

PLANTED GREENROOF

Full Sun to Partial Shade and Dry Soils Blue wildrye Slender wheatgrass Elymus glaucus Elymus trachycaulus spp. subsecundum

Moderate Water Full Sun Sierra lessingia Showy Lessingia milkweed leptoclada Asclepias speciosa

PLANTING ZONES BASED ON SOLAR EXPOSURE AND SLOPE OF ROOF

Moderate Water and Full Sun to Full Shade Sierra iris Iris hartwegii

Western fescue Festuca occidentalis

Mountain pretty face Triteleia analina

Moderate Water Part Shade Creeping Streambank lotus wildrye Lotus oblongifolius Lemyus triticoides

Dry/Drought Tolerant and Full Sun Tumble Nevada Straightleaved rush mustard deervetch Juncus Sisybrium Lotus altissimum nevadensis orthophyllus

Bridges’ gilia Idaho fescue Lemmon’s California Gilia leptalea Festuca needlegrass Bromegrass idahoensis Bromus carinatus Achnatherum lemmonii

Tarragon Artemesia dracunuculus

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PARKING LOT PLANTING PALETTE Upper Canopy Trees

PARKING LOT RETROFIT EXAMPLE LAYOUT

Incense cedar White fir Douglas fir Calocedrus decurrens Abies concolor Pseudotsuga menziesii

AXONOMETRIC LAYOUT Tree Canopy

Understory Trees Pacific dogwood Cornus nuttallii

Bay Laurel Umbellularia californica

Shrub Species Western azalea Western raspberry Snowberry Rhododendron occidentalis Rubus leucodermis Symphoricarpos sp.

Roads and Parking (Locally Sourced Decomposed Granite) Interior Planting Areas

Understory Species Slender wheatgrass Elymus trachycaulus spp.

Bracken fern Pteridium aquilinum

Groundcover Species Western sweet cicely Sweet-scented bestraw Osmorhiza occidentalis Galium triflorum

CIRCULATION DIAGRAM

Sidewalks and Crosswalks (Locally Sourced Granite Cobble)

Roads, Crosswalks, Parking Spots and Planting Areas

Tree Canopy and Roads

Parking Spaces, Roads, and Sidewalks

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KEY Accessible Parking Parking

Delivery Truck Unloading Area Vehicular Circulation


FUTURE PARKING LOT DESIGN

VIEWS OVER TIME Current View from Upper Yosemite Falls

Future View from Upper Yosemite Falls with Added Green Roofs to Buildings

Future View from Upper Yosemite Falls with added Green Roofs to Buildings and Improved Parking Areas

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Activating Urban Agriculture in a n Portland Suburb

CONTEXT

SITE CONDITIONS AXONS Site Trajectory

Site Trajectory

LOW INCOME RES.

FALL 2017 STUDIO PROFESSOR MICHAEL GEFFEL An investigation of the tactical urbanist approach to inspire, educate and support a vibrant and resilient community in theConditions Portland, OR suburb of Current Diagrammed Rockwood to relieve effects of the local food desert. The design includes a site plan for a community garden and plaza as well as a mobile greenhouse for instigating community engagement throughout the neighborhood. The mobile greenhouse has a docking location within the plaza underneath a rainwater collection feature that acts both as a resting place, and a housing Current Shading, for the water and electricity connections the mobile greenhouse. Fencing and to Circulation

RESIDENTAL

CHURCH COFFEE

AUTO WRECKING

GRAVEL PIT

Current Diagrammed Conditions

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Rockwood Plan For Successful Implementation of Civic Urban Agriculture SITE PLAN Schematic Plan: Creating Civic Agriculture within Vance Park

Current Shading, Fencing and Circulation

Current Canopy

Current Canopy

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Grasscrete Picnic Table

Legend

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SITE PLAN

Current Aerial

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Tactical Activation: Mobile Educational Greenhouse This mobile greenhouse will have a permanent parking location within the proposed schematic plan for Vance Park. A rainwater collecting feature located within the central

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PLAZA, CIVIC GARDEN, RAIN STRUCTURE AND MOBILE GREENHOUSE

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GREENHOUSE PARKING PLACE IN PLAZA UNDER RAINWATER COLLECTOR

LADYBUG ANNUAL SOLAR RADIATION ANALYSIS

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GRASSHOPPER/LADYBUG SCRIPT


MOBILE GREENHOUSE

POST TACTICAL AND SCHEMATIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION LAND USE RECOMMENDATIONS Civic Agriculture Garden Frisbee Golf Quarry Park Coffee Shop Fruit Tree Allee Community Gardens Civic Agriculture: Expansion Area and Potential Permanent Greenhouse Development Orchard: Future Civic Agricultural Fruit Tree Orchard Expansion Area

Futsal Courts Commercial Development: Cooperative Based Commercial Development and Potential Permanent Greenhouse Development Plaza: Central Plaza and Educational Greenhouse Parked Location Playground and Picnic Area Community Gathering Area 10


Learning Through Shared Food Learning Through Shared Food Experiences

Experiences

Using Historic Food Systems to Foster a Culture of a Healthy and Inclusive Communuty in Albany, Oregon Design by Sierra McComas for University of Oregon class LA 539. Contact via email at smccomas@uoregon.edu

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Path Systems and Related Attributes

This design draws from the historical food based systems of the East Thorton Lake Natural Area site to create a park that addresses food access and security, as well as the City of Albanyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s restoration goals for oak savanna, upland prairie, riparian zones, and aquatic habitats. The park design is centered around three trail systems that are each unique in experience. The first two are directly derived from the two mainEuropean Path Aspects of Park historical site uses, and the third path system is a combination of the two transformed into a positive and interactive landscape. The first usage of the site was of a native landscape harvested and foraged by the Kalapuya tribe. The second historical use was the more recent European agricultural usage after the industrial revolution. Finally, the third and proposed use of the site is for a park that creates not only an enjoyable place of leisure, but also a productive civic landscape in terms of both habitat as well as cultivated and forgeable foods. I propose that the City of Albany partner with a local non-profit to create a staff that is regularly on site to tend to the community gardens proposed in this Civic Path Aspects of Park park design, and to assist people who volunteer to work in the garden. Food harvested from the garden could then be redistributed throughout the community through food banks, other non-profit organizations, and given to volunteers who help maintain the gardens.

Albany East Thornton Lake Natural Area

WINTER 2017 STUDIO PROFESSOR JACQUES ABELMAN This design draws from the historical food-based systems of the East Thorton Lake Natural Area to create a park that addresses food access and security, as well as the city of Albanyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s restoration goals for oak savanna, upland prairie, riparian zones and aquatic habitats. It features three paths throughout the site, each based + + = on an agricultural past or future of the area. North

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Non-Profit Organization or Grant Funding

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Areas of Heritage Trees and Trails Associated with the European Path

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Native Path Aspects of Park

Areas of Native Oak Sava Prairie Plantings

European path aspects of park

Areas of Heritage Trees a Associated with the European Path

European Path Aspects of Park

Areas of Fruit Trees, Com Gardens and Trails Associated with the Path

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Civic Path Aspects of Park

Areas to retain current riparian wetland and vegetation Areas to Retain Current Riparian and Wetland Vegetation

Areas to Retain Current R and Wetland Vegetation

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Creating a Network of Green Streets

CONTEXTUAL MAPS Parks and Streets

SPRING 2017 STUDIO PROFESSOR JEFF KRUEGER This project in the City of Eugene proposes a green street development in a quickly developing area of the city. It analyzes the pre-existing infrastructure and river access on site and incorporates these aspects into how green streets can be used to create a wayfinding network between popular areas of the Whiteaker neighborhood. The design includes the conversion of an unused park field into a running track with a vernal stream to assist in the drainage of the site. At the street level, stormwater planters of various sizes are utilized to create traffic slowing chicanes and aesthetic areas for sitting.

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Green Streets Soft Surface Running/Walking Trail Designed Stream/Swale Permeable Parking Lot Concrete Path and Stairs to Water Front Green Street Example Area Running track Area Future EmX Bus Stops Washington St.

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BROOM FINISHED STEPS, 3500 PSI, AIR ENTRAINED CONCRETE STAIR TREAD SLOPED 1/4" FROM STAIR RISER TO NOSE #3 REBAR AT NOSE

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#4 REBAR AT 15” O.C. EACH WAY, 2” CLEAR COMPACTED SUBGRADE 95% PROCTOR STANDARD

4” BROOM FINISHED CONCRETE SLAB, 3500 PSI, AIR ENTRAINED CONCRETE THICKENED TO 8" AT EDGES

FROST LINE 1' CONCRETE STEMWALL, EXTENDING TO 18" SUBGRADE

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6” x 12” MOVEABLE STEEL DOWEL BETWEEN CONCRETE

2'-0"

#4 REBAR 2" CLEAR #4 REBAR AT 15” O.C. EACH WAY, 2” CLEAR COMPACTED SUBGRADE 95% PROCTOR STANDARD 4" BROOM FINISHED CONCRETE RAMP, 3500 PSI, AIR ENTRAINED CONCRETE THICKENED TO 8" AT EDGES FROST LINE 1' CONCRETE STEMWALL, EXTENDING TO 18" SUBGRADE

SOUTHERN STAGE EDGE

2

1"=1'-0"

TYPICAL SECTION

4" BROOM FINISHED CONCRETE SLAB, 3500 PSI, AIR ENTRAINED CONCRETE THICKENED AT EDGES

HEIGHT AND COMPOSITION VARIES, SEE SHEET L10 FOR DETAILS

WESTERN STAGE, STAIRS, AND RAMP

6” OF 3/4” MINUS COMPACTED GRAVEL SUB-BASE STEEL POSTS, SEE SHEET L10 FOR DETAILS #4 REBAR AT 15” O.C. EACH WAY, 2” CLEAR HEIGHT AND COMPOSITION VARIES, SEE SHEET L9 FOR DETAILS

COMPACTED SUBGRADE 95% PROCTOR STANDARD

1'-0"

FROST LINE CONCRETE STEMWALL, EXTENDING TO 18" SUBGRADE #4 REBAR 2" CLEAR

6'-0"

3

RAMP

EASTERN STAGE EDGE 1/2"=1'-0"

TYPICAL SECTION

STEEL POSTS SEE SHEETS L 9 AND L10 FOR DETAILS FX LUMINAIRE LM FIXTURE, SEE DETAILS 6 AND 7 4” BROOM FINISHED CONCRETE SLAB, 3500 PSI, AIR ENTRAINED CONCRETE THICKENED TO 8" AT EDGES

STAIR 2 STAIR 1 3'-0" 6'-0"

1" 12

1" 3'-52

1" 3'-72

4'-6" 5'-0"

NORTHERN STAGE EDGE

5'-2"

1" 5'-22

1" 5'-22

1" 1'-12

1/2"=1'-0"

TYPICAL SECTION

1" 3'-72

1" 1'-72

1" 4'-32

1'-6"

1'-91" 2

1'-0"

FROST LINE CONCRETE STEMWALL, EXTENDING TO 18" SUBGRADE #4 REBAR 2" CLEAR

4

1" 72

STAGE SURFACE SLOPED AT 1.5% FROM EASTERN EDGE TO WESTERN EDGE

STEEL POSTS, SEE SHEET L9 FOR DETAILS #4 REBAR AT 15” O.C. EACH WAY, 2” CLEAR

1" 32

6” OF 3/4” MINUS COMPACTED GRAVEL SUB-BASE

COMPACTED SUBGRADE 95% PROCTOR STANDARD

5

STAGE DETAIL

STAGE AS VIEWED LOOKING EAST 1/4"=1'-0"

TYPICAL ELEVATION

date 03/14/18 SM d.b. dwg. rev.

3.5"

9"

FX LUMINAIRE LM FIXTURE, SEE LIGHTING PLAN FOR WATTAGE, BEAM, SPREAD AND ACCESSORIES 3/4" ELECTRICAL CONDUIT PER LOCAL CODE. UF/UL, COPPER, LOW VOLTAGE CABLE, SPLICE WIRES ACCORDING TO FX RECOMMENDATIONS.

6

3D PRINTED MODEL FROM RHINOCEROS

19

WALL LIGHT TYPICAL ELEVATION

NTS

CITY OF LEBANON

1" 32

1" 32 4” BROOM FINISHED CONCRETE SLAB, 3500 PSI, AIR ENTRAINED CONCRETE THICKENED TO 8" AT EDGES

853 MAIN STREET, LEBANON OR, 97355

1"=1'-0"

TYPICAL SECTION

STRAWBERRY PLAZA

1

2'-4"

WINTER 2018 TECH STUDIO PROFESSOR BRAD STANGELAND This is a redesign of an existing park in Lebanon, Oregon. I was a member of a three person team that worked to refine the site design and create a set of construction documents. The team included myself, Chris Weaver and Ilia Fiene. My role in the production output of the team focused on creating the cover, layout, planting, lighting, irrigation and stage detail sheets of the construction document as well as the creation of a three dimensional model through Rhinoceros. I extruded the model from the imported lines of the AutoCAD document and then saved the model as an .stl file for printing. Ilia and I then hand cut elements to add detail to the 3D print. She focused on the wall materials while I focused on the ground level materials. The irrigation, planting, and lighting plans were created through the use of Land F/X software in AutoCAD.

STANGELAND & ASSOC. INC., LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS EXPRESSLY RESERVES ITS COMMON LAW COPYRIGHT AND OTHER PROPERTY RIGHTS IN THESE PLANS. THESE PLANS ARE NOT TO BE REPRODUCED, CHANGED, OR COPIED IN ANY FORM OR MANNER WHATSOEVER, NOR ARE THEY TO BE ASSIGNED TO A THIRD PARTY WITHOUT FIRST OBTAINING THE WRITTEN PERMISSION AND CONSENT OF STANGELAND & ASSOC. INC., LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS. IN THE EVENT OF UNAUTHORIZED REUSE OF THESE PLANS BY A THIRD PARTY, THE THIRD PARTY SHALL HOLD STANGELAND & ASSOC. INC., LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS HARMLESS.

STAGE CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

1'-6"

Redesigning an Urban Parklet

SCALE VARIES

FX LUMINAIRE LM FIXTURE. SEE PLAN LEGEND FOR WATTAGE, BEAM SPREAD AND ACCESSORIES.

7

WALL LIGHT TYPICAL SECTION

NTS

8

STAGE THUMBNAIL AXONOMETRIC VIEW

NTS

HAND CRAFTED ELEMENTS ADDED TO 3D MODEL

L8


PLANTING PLAN CREATED USING LAND F/X IN AUTOCAD

6 FES EL2 2 IBE ALE

3 FRA VIR 15 FES EL2 3 FRA VIR

10 FRA VIR

2 FRA VIR

6 IBE ALE

1 ACE PA2

5 CAL REE 4 FES EL2

8 BLE SPI 2 POL MUN 35 sf WIL W39 46 FRA CHI 3 BLE SPI

27 COR CAN 9 FRA CHI

11 COR CAN

2 BLE SPI

11 COR CAN

5 FRA CHI

8 COR CAN

6 FRA CHI

7 FRA CHI

6 FRA CHI

1 FRA CHI

1 BLE SPI

1 FRA CHI 4 BLE SPI

4 POL MUN

2 POL MUN

2 BLE SPI

1 BLE SPI

3 BLE SPI

1 POL MUN

1 POL MUN

PLANT LIST

PLANT�SCHEDULE

1. PLANT MATERIAL TO MEET OR EXCEED QUALITY AND SIZE MINIMUMS PER 'AMERICAN STANDARDS FOR NURSERY STOCK' AND TO BE IN GOOD, VIGOROUS, HEALTHY CONDITION FREE FROM DISEASE AND INJURY. 2. PLANT LIST IS PROVIDED FOR CONTRACTORS CONVENIENCE. ACTUAL PLANT QUANTITIES SHALL BE BASED ON PLANTING PLAN, NOT ON LIST. 3. MWF IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR PLANT DAMAGE OR LOSS DUE TO UNFORSEEN WEATHER, INCIDENT OR LACK OF MAINTENANCE.

GROUND COVER FORMULAS MULTIPLY SQ. FT. X 4.0 2.2 1.8 1.0 O.64 0.44 0.25 0.16 0.11 0.08 0.04 O.03

REMOVE TWINE AND OTHER FASTENERS FROM BRANCHES AND TRUNK

RAISED BERM TO COLLECT WATER TEMPORARY FOR 3 YEARS BACKFILL WITH NATIVE SOIL, FILL HALFWAY AND WATER THOROUGHLY BEFORE COMPLETING BACKFILL

PEEL BACK TOP 1/3 OF BURLAP, CUT AND COMPLETELY REMOVE TWINE AND OTHER FASTENERS FROM TRUNK AND TOP OF ROOT BALL. CUT OFF WIRE BASKET AND COMPLETELY REMOVE BEFORE PLACING TREE IN PLANTING HOLE

TREES ACE PA2

BOTANICAL NAME Acer circinatum `Pacific Fire`

COMMON NAME Vine Maple

SIZE 8` Ht.

CONTAINER B.R.

QTY 1

REMARKS

SHRUBS BLE SPI CAL REE COR CAN FES EL2 IBE ALE POL MUN

BOTANICAL NAME Blechnum spicant Calamagrostis brachytricha Cornus canadensis Festuca glauca `Elijah Blue` Iberis sempervirens `Alexander`s White` Polystichum munitum

COMMON NAME SIZE Deer Fern Reed Grass Bunchberry Dogwood Blue Fescue White Evergreen Candytuft Western Sword Fern

CONTAINER Pot Pot Pot Pot Pot Pot

QTY 24 5 57 25 8 11

REMARKS

2 gal 3 gal. 1 gal. 3 gal. 2 gal. 3 gal.

SHRUB AREAS

2" - 4" MULCH, HOLD AWAY FROM TRUNK OF TREE 2"

ORIGINAL GRADE OF TREE SHALL BE PLANTED 2" - 4" HIGHER THAN SURROUNDING GRADE

CODE

BOTANICAL NAME

COMMON NAME SIZE

CONTAINER SPACING QTY

REMARKS

WIL W39

Wildflower Mix

Wildflower Mix

Seed

50% Dicentra spectabalis `Alba` (White Japanese Bleeding Heart) 50% Zantedeschia aethiopica (Calla lily)

GROUND COVERS

Seed

35 sf

CODE

BOTANICAL NAME

COMMON NAME

SIZE

CONTAINER

FRA CHI

Fragaria chiloensis

Beach Strawberry

flat

Plug

12" o.c.

7

FRA VIR

Fragaria virginiana

Virginia Strawberry

flat

Plug

12" o.c.

18

SPACING QTY REMARKS

UNDISTURBED NATIVE SUBGRADE

NOTE: SLOW RELEASE FERTILIZER TABS SHALL BE ADDED AS PART OF PLANTING. WATER EACH PLANT IN THOROUGHLY AT TIME OF INSTALLATION.

PLANTING PLAN NOTES

PLANTING HOLE WIDTH = 2 TIMES WIDTH OF THE ROOTBALL. SLOW RELEASE FERTILIZER TABS SHALL BE ADDED AS PART OF PLANTING

PLANT 1.5" ABOVE FINISH GRADE 4" SPECIFIED MULCH

1" 12

1. MAKE MINOR ADJUSTMENTS IN PLANT SPACING AS NECESSARY TO ACCOMMODATE THE IRRIGATION SYSTEM AS INSTALLED, EXISTING SITE ELEMENTS, AND INSTALLED SITE ELEMENTS. 2. VERIFY LOCATIONS OF EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTILITIES PRIOR TO EXECUTION OF WORK. REPAIR ANY DAMAGE TO EXISTING UTILITIES, PIPES, OR RELATED FACILITIES AT CONTRACTORS EXPENSE AND IN A MANNER APPROVED BY GENERAL CONTRACTOR. 3. PLANTS PLANTED TOO DEEPLY WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. 4. PLANT LIST IS PROVIDED FOR CONTRACTORS CONVENIENCE. ACTUAL PLANT QUANTITY SHALL BE BASED ON PLANTING PLAN NOT ON PLANT LIST.

2 HARDWOOD (2" X 2" X 6' MIN.) TREE STAKES DRIVEN FIRMLY A MIN. OF 18" INTO THE SUBGRADE. TREE TIES THAT DO NOT BIND OR DAMAGE BARK, TIE-IT-SUPER TREE TIES OR APPROVED EQUIVALENT

ORIGINAL GRADE (AT ROOT COLLAR) OF SHRUB SHALL BE PLANTED 4" HIGHER THAN SURROUNDING GRADE

FINISH GRADE

4"

REQUIRED INSPECTIONS THERE SHALL BE REQUIRED INSPECTIONS BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT AT THE FOLLOWING STAGES OF CONSTRUCTION... 1. AT COMPLETION OF SOIL PREPARATIONS AND FINISH PLANT BED GRADES. 2. IRRIGATION SPRAY PATTERN 3. PLANT LAYOUT 4. GROUNDCOVER / PERENNIAL LAYOUT

DESIRED SPACING 6" O.C. 8" O.C. 9" O.C. 12" O.C. 15" O.C. 18" O.C. 24" O.C. 30" O.C. 36" O.C. 48" O.C. 60" O.C. 72" O.C.

1 POL MUN

PLANT SIZE AS SPECIFIED

PLANTING BACKFILL. INTEGRATE FERTILIZER AS SPECIFIED. EXISTING SUBGRADE MINIMUM TWICE

ROOTBALL DIAM.

IF ROOTBALL IS TIGHTLY TANGLED, GENTLY ROUGH UP ROOTS TO ENCOURAGE OUTWARD GROWTH.

4" MULCH (50% GARDEN COMPOST AND 50% FIRBARK) THROUGHOUT ENTIRE BED BACKFILL WITH AMENDED SOIL, FILL HALFWAY AND WATER THOROUGHLY BEFORE COMPLETEING BACKFILL UNDISTURBED NATIVE SUBGRADE

CHECK SET THIS DRAWING IS

PRELIMINARY AND

INCOMPLETE IT IS NOT TO BE USED FOR CONSTRUCTION

NOTE: NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

©2018, M.W.F.

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2 1/2” 1 1/2”

Hand Work and AutoCAD

2x3 RAFTER GALVANIZED METAL SCREWS

1 ” 1 1/2”

1/2” = 1’0” SCALE

1/4

ARBOR SKETCH AND AUTOCAD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

BEAM POST CUSTOM TRELLISING

7 1/2”

SPRING 2017 TECHNOLOGICAL STUDIES PROFESSOR ARICA DUHRKHOOP-GALAS Observation 7’ 3 ” BOTTOM BRACE PIECE sketches of existing landscape elements with corresponding technical 7 ” analysis through production of AutoCAD SECTION VIEW OF ARBOR and hand-drafted details. 6’1” 3/4

1/2

2 1/2”

6 4/10” O.C. TYP.

5 1/2”

1/2

5 1/2”

4’ 2 1/2” 1’8” 8 1/2”

2 1/2” 1 1/2” 6’ 9”

1 1/4” 1 1/2” 7 1/2”

7’ 3 3/4”

3”

7 1/2”

6” 2’

1 1/2” 3 1/2”

1/2

2’ 4 1/2”

1/2” = 1’0” SCALE

6” 5” X 1.5” PRESSURE TREATED MBER BEAM 3/8” GALVANIZED METAL NAILS SECTION

2’ 4 1/2”

TOP OF CONCRETE FOOTING GALVANIZED METAL NAILS

5.5” X 1.5” PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER BEAM 2x3 RAFTER 3 3/8” GALVANIZED METAL NAILS GALVANIZED METAL SCREWS

BEAM3” x 2 1/2” PRESSURE TREATED BEAM POST LUMBER POST STEEL BRACKET WOOD BRACE CUSTOM TRELLISING EMBEDDED IN PIECE BOTTOM BRACE PIECE CONCRETE AND GALVANIZED ATTACHED TO POSTS METAL SCREWS WITH WIDELY SPACED 4’ 2 1/2” RAFTER GALVANIZED BOLTS 1/2 2 ” POST DECORATIVE CUSTOM TRELLISING 1 1/2”CEDAR AIR GAP CEDAR BEAM 1” GALVANIZED CONCRETE FOOTING AND POST 1/4 ” METAL1NAILS ADJOINING PIECE FROST LINE 1/2 1 CONCRETE ” TOP OF FOOTING 3/4 MINUS CRUSHED GALVANIZED METAL NAILS 7 1/2” GRAVEL 7’ 3 3/4” SOIL 7 1/2”

2 ” 6”AND PRESSURE TREATED CEDAR .5” LUMBER ARBOR CONSTRUCTION DETAIL 1 ” 1/2

POST CUSTOM CEDAR TRELLISING 1” GALVANIZED METAL NAILS

ARBOR PLAN VIEW

ARBOR ELEVATION 2 ”

ARBOR SECTION VIEW OF ARBOR

1’ 8 3/4”

1’ 2 1/2”

2x3 RAFTER GALVANIZED METAL SCREWS

BEAM 3/4” 3” POST CUSTOM TRELLISING ” 3’ 1/2

BOTTOM BRACE PIECE

” x 2 ” PRESSURE TREATED 6’1” BEAM UMBER POST TEEL BRACKET 1’ 8 3/4” 6 4/10” WOOD BRACE MBEDDED IN 5 1/2”PIECE O.C. TYP. ONCRETE AND 2X3 CEDAR GALVANIZED 2 1/2” TTACHED TO POSTS RAFTER1’ 2 1/2” 6’1” METAL SCREWS 5 1/2” ITH WIDELY CEDAR BEAM PACED RAFTER GALVANIZED METAL SCREWS ALVANIZED BOLTS 3 1/2” 1’8” 1/2 DECORATIVE CEDAR BEAM AND 5.5” X 1.5” PRESSURE TREATED ” 8 DECORATIVE POST ADJOINING PIECE LUMBER BEAM AIR GAP CEDAR BEAM 3 3/8” GALVANIZED METAL NAILS CONCRETE FOOTING AND POST ADJOINING PIECE FROST LINE 3” x 2 1/2” PRESSURE TREATED 3/4” 3” 6’ 9” 3/4 MINUS CRUSHED LUMBER POST GRAVEL STEEL BRACKET WOOD BRACE 1/2 3’ ” EMBEDDED IN PIECE 3” SOIL CONCRETE AND GALVANIZED ATTACHED TO POSTS METAL SCREWS WITH WIDELY SPACED GALVANIZED BOLTS 6” AIR GAP .5” CONCRETE FOOTING 6” DECORATIVE 1/2

2’ 6”

21

6’1”

FROST LINE CEDAR BEAM AND POST 3/4 MINUS CRUSHED GRAVEL ADJOINING PIECE SOIL

19

CONTEXT SKETCH PLAN VIEW OF ARBOR

1’ 8 3/4”

19

1’ 2 1/2”

3/4”

3” 3’ 1/2”


AUTOCAD PARK STAIR DETAILS WITH OBSERVATION SKETCHES STAIR SECTION BROOM FINISHED STEPS, 3500 PSI, AIR ENTRAINED CONCRETE 1/2” EXPANSION JOINT BETWEEN WALL AND STAIR

60 DEGREE BATTER ON RISER 1/2” RADIUS AT NOSE #3 REBAR AT EACH NOSING 2” CLEAR FILLETED EDGE 1/2” EXPANSION JOINT

1’ 31/4”

NOTE: BASALT RUBBLE MASONRY CHEEK WALL, 2’ 10” 2’ 10” AT BOTTOM OF STAIRS AND GETS SHORTER WITH STAIR ELEVATION, MEASURING 6” AT TOP OF STAIRS

CONCRETE SIDEWALK 6”x12” MOVEABLE STEEL DOWEL BETWEEN CONCRETE SLABS COMPACTED SUBGRADE 95% PROCTOR STANDARD FROST LINE 6” OF 3/4” MINUS COMPACTED GRAVEL SUB-BASE

60

SLOPE 1/4” PER FOOT

1 1/2”

°

4”

4”

6” Min 6” 2’

2’

1/2” EXPANSION JOINT CONCRETE SIDEWALK 2’ 4”

9’

6” 1’ 31/4”

#4 REBAR 15” O.C. EACH WAY, 2” CLEAR CONCRETE FOOTING, 3500 PSI AT 28 DAYS

CONTEXT SKETCH CONCRETE SIDEWALK 1/2” EXPANSION JOINT

STAIR AND CHEEKWALL INTERSECTION SKETCH

SECTION VIEW OF CONCRETE STAIRS WITH BASALT CHEEK WALL

BASALT RUBBLE MASONRY CHEEK WALL 1/2” EXPANSION JOINT BETWEEN WALL AND STAIR SOIL WITH PLANTINGS HELP BACK BY CHEEK WALL STAIR TREAD CONCRETE SIDEWALK

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Site Location Contex

Enlivening Eugene Station

Existing Site Layout

Buildings On Site to be

SITE PLAN

- 170 panels that could power approximately 27 houses

during daylight SUMMER 2016hours STUDIO PROFESSOR ANNE GODFREY This design focuses on changing one element of the existing landscape at the Eugene, Oregon bus transit - Reduce stormwater runoff and erosion of greenroof station to convert it into a more engaging destination. Through the addition of greenroofs and additional - Aesthetic value lighting to the bus stop canopies, this design proposal works to turn a cold and unattractive place into an educational, - Improve safetyaesthetic, and visibilityand safer locale.

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c and safe tion of LED tion, create COVERED SECTION - Reduce stormwaterSTATION runoff, urbanRETROFIT heat effects, and pollution

Drawings of southern entrance portraying berfore and after design BUS STOP RETROFIT implementation

- Create urban habitat

Scale: 1 in = 8 ft

anting Pallette

Example of Planting Image of Pattern

Basic Planting Pattern

Buildings On Site to be Modified

existing site conditions

Roemer's Fescue eedlegrass m lemmonii Festuca Idahoensis var Roemeri

Gilia pitata

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Cascade Stonecrop Sedum divergens

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Scale: 1 in = 40 ft

Condition of Tallest Bus

Scale: 1 in = 30 ft

0

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Rain Chains

helter After Proposed

Scale: 1 in = 30 ft

LED Lighting Broad Leaved Stonecrop Sedum Spatulifolium

Narrow Leaved Sedum Sedum stenopetalum

Green Roofs

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Scale: 1 in = 30 ft

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GREEN ROOF PLANTING PLAN

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Native Sedum

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SIERRA MCCOMAS

smccomas@uoregon.edu

(541) 520-0475

653 W Broadway, Eugene, OR 97402

Sierra McComas's Landscape Architecture Portfolio  

Landscape architecture portfolio of works

Sierra McComas's Landscape Architecture Portfolio  

Landscape architecture portfolio of works

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