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Undergraduate Portfolio Sophie Gallandat Year 3


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Parking Lot Bioretention Basin

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Burnsville Center Redevelopment

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Waterworks Riverfront Park

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Skok Hall Courtyard Redesign

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Mapping Father Hennepin Park

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Model Making

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Personal Art

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Parking Lot Bioretention Basin LA 4001, Fall 2019, Andrew Montgomery In this project, we were asked to retrofit a parking lot near downtown Chippewea Falls, so that it could address a 1� precipitation storm event. We had to calculate the WQV2 produced by this event and design an appropriately sized bioretention basin that would drain within 24 hours. The basin design should improve water quality, decrease water quantity on site, use native drought tolerant plantings and be aesthetically pleasing to users.

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Site Context Precedences Planting List

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Site & Planting Plan

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Bioretention Basin Section

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Project Site Context

Precedences

Planting Planting List List Common Name ‘Red Twigged’ Dogwood Black Chokeberry False Indigo Sweet flag

Latin Name Cornus alba 'Sibirica' Aronia melanocarpa Amorpha fruticosa

Acronus calamus Obedient Physostegia Plant virginiana Common Helenium Sneezeweed autumnale Big Andropogon Bluestem gerardii Little Schizachyrium Bluestem scoparium Blue Flag Iris versicolor Iris Switchgrass Panicum Virginicum Sideoats Bouteloua Grama curtipendula Common Ascelpias Milkweed Sryiaca Sugar Maple Acer saccharum Quaking Populus Aspen tremuloides

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Bioretention Planting Zone 1 Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 2 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 3 Zone 3 n/a Zone 3


Site Plan

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geotextile fabric (non woven)


Bioretention Basin Section

zone 3 zone 2 zone 1

3 degrees slope

mulch 4’ sandy loam

1’ washed sand 3” peat gravel above & below pipe

43’

overflow device

6” max ponding depth

6” outflow pipe

cleaning pipe

existing soil

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Burnsville Center Redevelopment LA 4001, Fall 2019, Andrew Montgomery In this project, we looked at restructuring the Burnsville center using LEED Neighborhood Development (ND) sustainability guidelines. The goal being to turn the current shopping center into a vibrant neighborhood, reaching LEED ND Gold Certification. Final deliverables were a rendered site plan, a rendered axonometric and a proposed phasing strategy

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Context Map LEED ND Credits

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Burnsville Urban Center Plan

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Axonometric Rendering

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Phasing Strategy

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Context Map

LEED ND Credits Pursued Smart Location and Linkage - Credit 1 : Preferred Locations (8 pts) - Credit 3 : Locations with Reduced Automobile Dependence (7 pts) - Credit 4 : Bicycle Network and Storage (1 pts) - Credit 5 : Housing and Jobs Proximity (3 pts) - Credit 6 : Steep Slope Protection (1 pts) - Credit 7 : Site Design for Habitat or Wetlands and Water Bodies (1 pts) Neighborhood Pattern & Design - Credit 1 : Walkable Streets (11 pts) - Credit 3 : Mixed-Use Neighborhood Centers (4 pts) - Credit 4 : Mixed-Income Diverse Communities (7 pts) - Credit 5 : Reduced Parking footprint (1 pts) - Credit 6 : Street Network (2 pts) - Credit 7 : Transit Facilities (3 pts) - Credit 8 : Transportation Demand Management (2 pts) - Credit 9 : Access to Civic and Public Spaces (1 pts) - Credit 10 : Access to Recreation Facilities (1 pts) - Credit 11 : Visibility and Universal Design (1 pts) - Credit 12 : Community Outreach & involvement (2 pts) - Credit 14 : Tree Lined and Shaded Streets (2 pts)

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Green Infrastructure and Buildings - Credit 2 : Building Energy Efficiency (2 pts) - Credit 3 : Building Water Efficiency (1 pts) - Credit 4 : Water-Efficient Landscaping (1 pts) - Credit 8 : Stormwater Management (4 pts) - Credit 10 : Solar Orientation (1pts) - Credit 13 : Infrastructure Energy Efficiency (1 pts) - Credit 15 : Recycled Content in Infrastructure (1 pts) - Credit 17 : Light Pollution Reduction (1 pts) 70 points total : Gold Certification (60-79 pts)


Burnsville Urban Center Plan

Bike Path BTR Line Residential

Mixed-Use Residential Retail / Commercial

Bike Path BTR Line Residential

Office

Mixed-Use Office Civic

Park Space Forest

Street & Parking

Mixed-Use Residential Retail / Commercial Office

Mixed-Use Office Civic

Park Space Forest

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This axonometric rendering showcases the pedestrian mall area and the BRT stop and waiting shelter in the center of the bus-only round about.

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Axonometric Rendering


Proposed Phasing Strategy

Phase 1- Demolition & removal of existing mall & buildings except AMC Phase 2- Establishment of new road network, BTR line & bike path Phase 3- Exterior Pedestrian mall corridor blocks Phase 4- Planting forested areas, general park areas and their blocks Phase 5- Development of remaining shopping, residential, mixed use & office blocks around second ring

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Water works Riverfront park LA 4001, Fall 2019, Andrew Montgomery This project is based on the River First Initiative, focusing on the design and development of Water Works Riverfront Park on the Mississippi River. The goal was to identify and follow specific Sustainable Sites V2 credits to meet SS gold certification.

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Context Map Vegetation

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Site Plan

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Longitudinal Section

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Rendered Perspective

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Mapping Current Vegetation

Context Map

site

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Site Plan

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Longitudinal Section


Rendered Perspective

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Skok Hall Courtyard Redesign LA 3571, Fall 2019, John Koepke This semester long project consisted explored the current & possible future of the landscape & design of the Skok Hall courtyard on the St. Paul Campus of the University. We were given 3 potential base designs to chose from for our redesign, but we were able to further alter them as we saw fit for our landscapes. Using material and plant pallets of our choosing, we were able to create unique and thoughtful spaces in the forms of construction documents.

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Layout Plan

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Planting Plan Plant Schedule

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Section A

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Section B

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Layout Plan

SKOK HALL skok hall enterance centerline

distance between centerline of skok and centerline of the wooden bridge centerline of wood bridge flagstone pavers concrete seating wall

existing patio

concrete unit pavers

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Notes: Layout Plan Centerline from enterance of N.C.F.E.S S2

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landscaping edge of swale

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existing sidewalk

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flagstone pavers

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concrete seating wall

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S1 wood bridge

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First Name and Address 33

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Sophie Gallandat

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macrantha Schizachyrium scoparium Bouteloua gracilis Carex pensylvanica Carex bebbi

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Aster laevis

Planting Schedule

Plant Schedule

Scientific Name Common Quantity Name Grasses & Sedges Andropogon Big bluestem 84

gerardii Bouteloua curtipendula Sporopolis heteropolis Koleria macrantha Schizachyrium scoparium Bouteloua gracilis Carex pensylvanica Carex bebbi Aster laevis

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Monarda fistulosa Thalictrum dasycarpum Veronia fasticulata Enchinacea purpurae Helenium Autumnale Verbena hastata Eupatorium purperium Asclepias incarnata Veroniacastrum virginicum Amorpha fruticosa

Side oats grama Prairie dropseed June grass

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Little bluestem Blue grama

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Pensilvania 457 sedge Bebbs sedge 32 Forbs, Wildflowers & Shrubs Smooth blue 21 aster Wild 21 bergamot Purple 70 meadow rue Common 144 ironweed Purple 166 coneflower Common 92 sneezeweed Blue vervain 184

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#1 cont #1 cont #1 cont #1 cont #1 cont #1 cont plugs

AG BC SH KM SS BG CP

plugs CB plugs AL plugs MF 4” TD pots plugs VF plugs EP plugs HA plugs VH

Purple joe pye weed Swamp Milkweed Culver root

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plugs EUP

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plugs AI

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plugs VV

False indigo

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#5 cont

AF

Monarda fistulosa Thalictrum dasycarpum Veronia fasticulata Enchinacea purpurae Helenium Autumnale Verbena hastata Eupatorium purperium Asclepias incarnata Veroniacastrum virginicum Amorpha fruticosa Iris versicolor

Little bluestem Blue grama

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Pensilvania 457 sedge Bebbs sedge 32 Forbs, Wildflowers & Shrubs Smooth blue 21 aster Wild 21 bergamot Purple 70 meadow rue Common 144 ironweed Purple 166 coneflower Common 92 sneezeweed Blue vervain 184

cont #1 SS cont #1 BG cont plugs CP plugs CB plugs AL plugs MF

existing tree

4” TD pots plugs VF

1"=20'

plugs EP

Planting Planplugs (right) HA plugs VH

Purple joe pye weed Swamp Milkweed Culver root

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plugs EUP

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plugs AI

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plugs VV

False indigo

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#5 AF cont plugs IV

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plugs PV

3 100

#5 AM cont plugs SL

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plugs LS

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4” pots 4” pots

Northern blue flag Pycnanthemum Mountain virginianum mint Aronia Black melanocarpa chokeberry Sagittaria Common latifolia arrowhead Lobelia Great blue siphilitica lobelia Asarum Wild ginger

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22 sq ft, IV (22), 12" spacing, OC 75 sqft, PB (24) 21" spacing, OC Abies cancolor (4) 42 sq ft, BC (19), 18" spacing, OC 33 sq ft, SH(9), 24" spacing OC

71 sq ft, Cb (32), 18" spacing, OC 78 sq ft, PB (25), 21" spacing, OC 50 sq ft, SS(22), 18" spacing, OC 80 sq ft, KM (20), 24" spacing, OC 100 sq ft, PD (144), 10" spacing, OC 144 sq ft, VF (48) EP (48) VH (48), 12" spacing, OC plant in groups of 3-5, randomly 68 sq ft, TD(30), 18" spacing OC 160 sq ft, PB (52) 21" spacing, OC 15 sq ft, LS (15), 12" spacing, OC 70 sq ft, IV (70), 12" spacing, OC

canadense Polygonatum biflorum

Solomons seal

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Phlox divaricate

Wild blue phlox

612

plugs PD

Solidago ridgida

Stiff 100 goldenrod Trees Silver maple 4

plugs SR

112 sq ft, VH (56) VF (56) 12" spacing, OC plant randomly in groups of 3-5

3” BB 2.5” BB #10 cont #10 cont

Thuja Occidentalis (6)

Acer saccharinium Populus tremuloicles Abies concolor Thuja occidentalis

Quaking aspen Concolor fir

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Arborvitae

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PB

75 sq ft, EUP (8), 36" spacing, OC 20 sq ft, HA (9), 18" spacing, OC 20 sq ft, AI (6), 24" spacing, OC 20 sq ft, EP (20), 12" spacing, OC 64 sq ft, IV (64), 12" spacing, OC 165 sq ft, HA (40) PV (40) 18" spacing, OC plant randomly in groups of 4-5

200 sq ft, SR (100) SL(100), 12" spacing OC plant randomly in groups (5-7)

90 sq ft, TD (40) 18" spacing, OC

90 sq ft, AG (23) 24" spacing, OC


165 sq ft, CP (238), 10" spacing, OC

152 sq ft, CP (219) 10" spacing OC

33 sq ft, PD (48), 10" spacing, OC

55 sq ft, PD (79), 10" spacing, OC

46 sq ft, PD (66) 10" spacing, OC

52 sq ft, AF (1) 10' spacing

115 sq ft, AC (166), 10 spacing, OC 168 sq ft, AG (42), 24" spacing, OC

96 sq ft, SH (24), 24" spacing, OC

39 sq ft, KM (10) 24" spacing, OC Populus tremuloides (17) 8' spacing, OC

20 sq ft, AC (29), 10" spacing, OC

114 sq ft, SS (51) 18" spacing, OC

46 sq ft, PD (66) 10" spacing, OC

49 sq ft, AC (71) 10" spacing, OC

78 sq ft, BC (35) 18" spacing, OC

40 sq ft, PD (58), 10" spacing, OC

38 sq ft, AC (55), 10" spacing OC

50 sq ft, PD (72), 10" spacing, OC 62 sq ft, IV (62) 12" spacing, OC

30 sq ft, KM (8), 24" spacing OC

96 sq ft, KM (24), 24" spacing, OC 68 sq ft, SS (30), 18" spacing, OC 95 sq ft, AL (21), MF (21), 18" spacing, OC, groups of 2-3, plant randomly 76 sq ft, AG (19), 24" spacing, OC 28 sq ft, AC (40), 10" spacing,OC 55 sq ft, PD (79) 10" spacing, OC Acer saccharinium (4)

90 sq ft, EUP (11), 36" spacing, OC 120 sq ft, EP (40), VF (40), VH(40), 12" spacing, OC, Groups 3-5, plant randomly 60 sq ft, PB (20), 21" spacing, OC 70 sq ft, HA(16), PV (16), 18" spacing, OC, groups 2-3, plant randomly 36 sq ft, SL (36), 12" spacing, OC 117 sq ft, AI (16), VV (16), 24" spacing, OC, groups 3-4, plant randomly 58 sq ft , LS (58) 12" spacing OC 70 sq ft, AM (3), 5' spacing, OC 40 sq ft, EP(40), 12" spacing, OC 80 sq ft, PV (18) HA (18), 18" spacing, OC, plant randomly in groups of 3-4 20 sq ft, AI (6), 24" spacing, OC 20 sq ft, HA (9) 18" spacing, OC 18 sq ft, EP (18), 12" spacing, OC 49 sq ft, VH (49), 12" spacing, OC 36 sq ft, BG (36), 12" spacing, OC

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SECTION A

existing sidewalk

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Scale: 1:10

12" planting soil TYP in prairie swale

Section A

3" mulch layer around tree planting

edge stone of perennial planting bed

10" planting soil TYP in perennial beds


Section B

S2

SECTION B Scale: 1:10

KEY concrete aggregate stone planting soil compacted earth

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wood

isting wood dge

12" planting soil TYP prairie swale planting

10" planting soil TYP perennial planting bed

edge stone of perennial planting bed

existing wood bridge

existing sidewalk

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Mapping Father Hennepin Park LA 2301, Fall 2018, Vince Debritto This project explored visual representation and illustration in plan and section drawings of Father Hennepin Regional Park. These drawings pulled from information given about topography and site elements as well as site visits and aerial imagery. Using various line weights and shading techniques, they depict hierarchy and contrasting features of the site.

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Section Cut

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06 Model Making LA 3001, Fall 2018, Brad Agee This model was made for the final studio project in 3001. For this project, we were given existing contours of a site on the West bank of the Mississippi river. We had to match the existing grade at the site boundaries but could alter the inside contours as we saw fit. I designed a public park space, with a community garden and plaza area at the top, and programmed the site to have a sailing school, with a sand beach to launch from and a boat storage shed nearby.

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The Model

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07 Personal Art 2018-2020 I have selected a few pieces of my personal artwork to further illustrate my artistic abilities outside of what is apparent in the past projects. The pieces I have chosen to include are collages and digital drawings, all of which I have made recently.

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Collages

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Digital Drawings

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untitled collage (2018)

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eery (2019) collage, mixed media

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07 Digital Drawings

self portraits made with illustrator & photoshop left (2020), right (2019)

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Digital Drawings

Little Match Girl (2020)

Lovebirds (2019)

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