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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S Byers Design Group

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high hammock villas caravelle tower hotel roper cancer center the linden residence

E d w a r d D. S t o n e A s s o c i a t e s

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al ain wildlife park & resort pollitilly bight resort lowcountr y pool pavilion the pixley residence

University of Georgia

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summer place development encore development herty memorial field

About Shea M. Tighe resumĂŠ & contact information

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HIGH HAMMOCK VILLAS

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Seabrook Island, SC igh Hammoc k V il las is a de velopment within

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a tion asked us to update the planting throughout the entire de velopment and to design an in tegr ated walking tr ail sy stem. The P.O.A. also

desired a ne w entr y exper ience that would en hance t he ne w additions to the proper t y. The

final de sign c al ls f or a ser ies of nodes connect-

ed by o rganic cr ushed gr avel paths. Eac h node

pro vides sitting areas, fire pits and picnic areas f or residents to enjoy vie ws to the surround-

ing Ocean W inds Gold Course and the unique natur al beaut y of the barr ier island. The de sign succeeds in enc our aging social inter action a mong neighbors by pro viding common gather ing areas f or al l to utiliz e.

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H i g h H a m m oc k Villas S c h e matic M ast er Plan

High Hammock Villas

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C A R AV E L L E TOW E R H OT E L

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Myrtle Beach, SC ar avel le Tower is a resor t de velopment lo-

c ated on the shore of My r tle Beac h. The

hotel is currentl y in the process of updating their facilities to give the resor t a more moder n

look an d f eel. To go with the exter ior reno vation of the hotel, the y asked us to update their

entr y planting and to pro vide concepts f or ne w main entr y signage.

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Pe n c i l S ke t c h o f M a i n E n t r y Planting and Signage Location


Main Entr y Planting Plan

S ignage Concept One

S ignage Concept Two

S ignage Concept Three

C a r a v e l l e To w e r H o t e l

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RO P E R C A N C E R CENTER

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Charleston, SC oper Cancer Center c ame to Byers Design Group asking us to design a special out -

door cour t yard and garden f or patients that are c urrentl y going through c hemother apy treat ments. The treatments c an be long and dr awn

out, keeping patients in bed f or hours at a time. The intent of the design was to pro vide visual

and sensual ther apy to the patients while the y undergo treatment. The large windows of the

c enter give them panor amic vie ws of the garden. S pecial wind sculptures wil l c apture bree z es and gentl y flow up and down with the air, pro viding

great visual interest. P lants were c hosen based on their aromas and colors. The cour t yard also pro vides an area f or visitors to go outside with the patients and enjoy the outdoors. A water sculpture in the center of the cour t yard provides a soothing aud ible texture to the design.

SketchUp Mo de l of Therapeutic G a rde n

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View of Ga rden from B lood Tr ansf us ion Room P ro p o s e d W i n d S c u l p t u re s

Cou r ty a rd Pe r sp e c ti ve o f Wa te r Fe a tu re

Roper Cancer Center

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THE LINDEN RESIDENCE

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Charleston, SC couple in the c har ming cit y of Char leston

w as looking to mimic the cit y's histor i c

f or mal gardens and cour t yards within their own residential landsc ape. The y have a smal l cot -

tage st y le home and had a limited amount of proper t y with whic h to work. The goal of this

residential design was to maximaz e the space around their home and pro vide a sequence of

f or mal and inf or mal areas that the y could enjoy

year round. An ne w f or mal entr y to the house was designed and an organic br ic k path takes you through plantings with a var iet y of tex -

tures, colors and scents. The path ter minates at a f or mal lawn. The bac k of the proper t y pro vid-

ed the per f ect area f or a nice outdoor kitc hen, patio and fire pit. A reflecting pool was added to pro vide a f oc al point and visual interest.

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The Linden Residence

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AL AIN WILDLIFE PA R K & R E S O RT

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Al Ain, U.A.E. l Ain W ild lif e Park and Resor t is loc ated in the cit y of Al Ain, approximatel y 70

miles southeast of D ubai. Eac h of the three sa-

far i exper iences—Asian, Ar abian and Afr ic an— f eatures animals and habitats unique to those

geogr aphic regions. The 890-hectare site wil l also have residential communities, t wo resor ts

and retail and commercial spaces that complement the deser t landsc ape. Parks, gardens, play

areas and educ ational facilities fur ther enhance the de velopment.

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Al Ain Wildlife Park and Resort - Resort Core, World Deserts and North Kenya Safari Al Ain, U.A.E.

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Resort Residential Resort Residential Community Center Resort Residential Parking Main Event Lawn Water Feature Garden Amphitheater Open Lawn Safari Look-Out Platform Desert Gardens Community Cluster Garden Resident’s Club/Sports Complex Area Wadi Resort Hotel Pool Resort Hotel Spa & Fitness Center Ballroom & Convention Center Hotel Arrival Court Resort Hotel Parking (170 Spaces) Resort Residential Parking (270 Spaces) Ballroom/Resort Hotel Parking Ballroom Arrival Court/VIP Parking VIP Drop Off Helipad Service Yard Chef Gardens Outdoor Event Space Pedestrian Connection to Overflow Parking Hotel Promenade Main Hotel Safari Terrace Safari Look-Out Event Terrace Watering Hole Valet/Special Event Parking VIP & Hotel Event Overflow Parking Safari Restaurant Parking Safari Restaurant Service Road Taxi Queue Bus Parking Wildlife Park Main Arrival Road Wildlife Park Arrival Plaza Tram Circulation Tram Drop Covered Parking Area Administration Parking VIP Arrival Court Wildlife Park Arrival Plaza Building Complex Conservation & Breeding Center Valet Drop Off/Pick Up Arrival Plaza Succulent Kopje Ecotone World Deserts Oasis Children Discovery Area South Restaurant Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Center Oryx Exhibit Hoofstock ‘A’ Exhibit Falconry Pavilion Exhibit Arabian Tahr Exhibit Hoofstock ‘B’ Exhibit North Restaurant Abu Dhabi Gardens Flamingo Exhibit/Pond African Safari Portal Hippo/Otter/Crocodile Exhibit African World Desert Plaza Lion/Hyena Pavilion R1 Residential Hippo Habitat Hippo Holding Service Yard Hippo Pool Life Support System Mixed Habitat Mixed Habitat Pools Mixed Habitat Pools Life Support System R3 Residential R4 Residential Giraffe Holding Structure Rhino Holding Structure Kalahari Commissary Shared With NOK Safari Lion Habitat Lion Holding Structure Mixed Habitat Holding Shared With Kalahari Safari African Safari Entry Platinum African Safari Loading Future Family Resort Kalahari Safari

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Al Ain Wildlife Park and Resort - Oasis World Deserts Master Plan - Without Canopy Al Ain, U.A.E.

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P O L L I T I L LY B I G H T R E S O RT

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Roaton, Honduras ol litil l y bight is a communit y resor t development loc ated on the island of Roaton

just nor th of Hondur as in the Carr ibean S ea. the de velopment wil l inc lude both residential

lots and vil las with fantastic vie ws to the ocean. the de velopment wil l also inc lude a resor t and

amenit y area with restaur ants, pools and a pr i vate beac h. A resor t side mar ina wil l be con -

str ucted to accomodate var ious vessels wishin g to visit Pol litil l y Bight Resor t.

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S ec tion through Mountain S i de Villas dow n to Pool and Beach A re a

Resort Villas Enlargement

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L O W C O U N T RY P O O L PAV I L I O N

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K i aw a h I s l a n d , S C arden Design Magazine ’s annual design

competition pro vided an oppor tunit y t o

showc ase my penc hant f or residential design. Competitors were asked to design a ful l y functional outdoor kitc hen. The peaceful, expansive marshes of the S outh Carolina L owcountr y

pro vide an unr ivaled bac kdrop and inspir ation f or this al l-inc lusive outdoor kitc hen and en-

ter taining space. O wners and guests wil l apprec iate the sensible layout of the cooking areas

and bar. Retr actable screens, seating areas of var ious siz es, a game room, fire pit and vie ws

o ver looking the marsh off er fun, relaxation and year-round comf or t f or e ver yone.

Pool & Outdoor Pavilion Mas ter Plan

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Pool Pav ilion Pers pective

L ow c o u n t r y Po o l P av i l i o n

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Outdoor Kitchen Pe r s p e c t i ve

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Deck & Fire P it O verlooking the Marsh

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THE PIXLEY RESIDENCE

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Houston, TX his famil y requested conceptual designs

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SUMMER PLACE DEVELOPMENT

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Site A n a ly s i s

Johns Island, SC ummer P lace, loc ated where the entr ances

to Kiawah and S eabrook Islands diverge, is

a mixed-use de velopment that epitomiz es the

upsc ale and comf or table vac ation exper ience

f or whic h these L owcountr y barr ier islands are famous. S ummer P lace is designed with an em-

phasis on unique retail, dining and socializin g

oppor tunities f or the discr iminating vac ationer who’s ready to relax and take in al l the islands

have to off er. The pedestr ian-fr iend l y layout takes advantage of the existing lake and its beautiful vie ws with walking paths, parks and a

play f ountain and amphitheater near by f or outdoor en ter tainment.

Brand ing & L ogo De si g n

Conceptual Deve l o p m e n t

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University of Georgia


Su m me r P l a c e Co n c e p tu a l M a s t e r P l a n

Summer Place Development

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S um m er P lace Ent r y S ignage Pe r sp e c ti ve o f A m p h i th e a te r

Se c ti o n th ro u g h Ma i n E n tr y Ci rc l e

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University of Georgia


Pe r sp e c ti ve o f Ma i n Pro m e n a de

Pl a n te r & Pave r D e ta i l s

Summer Place Development

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ENCORE DEVELOPMENT

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Jacksonville, FL nc ore is a proposed mixed-use de velopment loc ated in O r lando, F lor ida. This

concept was the pinnac le of a three-day student design competition held by Ur ban Resource Group, a division of Kimle y-Hor n & Associa tes. URG outlined the building progr am and

kept project cr iter ia to a minimum, encour aging

the teams to stretc h their design imaginations. Three other teammates and my self incor por ated

Si te A n a ly si s

the theme of inter action with water to create the hear t of Encore—a gr and water f eature that

leads up to the state-of-the-ar t five-star hotel. Around the water f eature visitors wil l find re-

tail and dining oppor tunities as wel l as areas f or active and passive recreation.

Conceptual Master Plan

Co n c e p t D eve l o p m e n t

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Branding & L o go D e s i g n

Ni g h t Pe r s p e c t i ve

Summer Place Development

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H E RT Y MEMORIAL FIELD

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Athens, GA har les Holmes Her t y coac hed the Universit y of Georgia Bul ldogs in their first

f oot bal l game e ver, played on a Nor th Campus field now dubbed Her t y F ield in his honor. This

design f eatures sec luded seating and study ing

areas that re vitaliz e the space while the f or -

mal me mor ial plaz a pay s homage to the past. A large rectangular lawn and gr assy amphithe-

ater-like seating on either end are reminiscent of the or iginal Her t y F ield bleac hers and are useful f or a var iet y of activities.

H e r ty Me m o r i a l F i e l d Ma ste r Pl a n Nor th-South Section

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University of Georgia


A erial Pers pective o f Her ty Memorial F ie l d

Herty Memorial Field

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ABOUT SHEA M. TIGHE

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r iginal l y from Atlanta, GA, S hea T ighe gr aduated from the Universit y of Geor -

gia with a Bac helor of L andsc ape Arc hitecture in May of 2008. He joined Edward D. S ton e

& Asso ciates later that month mo ved to For t L auderdale, FL. W h ile at EDSA, T ighe gained valuable exper ience in land planning, project management and d esign. Understanding the impor tance of sustainable design, T ighe bec ame a LEED accredited prof essional in 2009.

T ighe reloc ated to Char leston, SC in

2010. Currentl y he is the Marketing Coordinator f or S eabrook Island, a pr ivate oceanfront resor t communit y outside of Char leston.

S hea T ighe currentl y resides in West

Ashle y with his wif e Minna and their Chesapeake Bay Retr ie ver, Ivan. T ighe is an avid tr iathlete, enjoy s being outdoors and lo ves

spending time with his famil y. His greatest passion of al l? Georgia Foot bal l.

Pictures Ce nt e r : F i sh i n g i n For t L au derd ale To p L e f t : T h e f a m i l y a t a G eo rgia f o o t b al l gam e To p R i g h t : K aya k i n g i n M ar th a's V in e y ard Bo t t om L e f t : T h e Au g u st a Iron m an 70. 3 Bo t t om R i g h t : My wi f e M i n na an d I on o ur wed d in g d ay

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E D U C AT I O N

SKILLS

U n i ver sit y of Georgia A thens, G A May, 2 0 0 8

C o m p u t e r S k i l l s

B ac he lo r o f L an ds c a p e Arc h i te ctu re ( 3 . 4 2 G . P. A.)

Au t oCAD 2004-10 Ha nd D r a f ting InDesign CS-CS5 Ha nd G r a phic s P ho t o sho p CS-CS5 G r a phic De s ign I l l u st r at o r CS-CS5 Wr iting Go ogl e S ket c hUp P hotogr a phy Q u ark XPress 7.0 M a rke ting Microsof t Office 2008-10 P ub lic Re la tions

EXPERIENCE S e a brook Island Club Charleston, SC Ma rc h 2 0 1 0 - Pre se n t Mark et in g C o o rd in a to r f o r th e p r i v a te o ce a nf ront commu nit y o f S eabro ok Islan d in C h ar les t on , S C

Additional Skills

R esp on s ib le f o r g r aph i c d e si gn, w r i ti ng a nd ph o t ogr aphy f or real est at e and c lub co l lat er al, adve r ti se m e nts a nd si gna ge

HONORS

De vel o pmen t , man a ge m e nt a nd i m p l e m e nta ti on o f al l market ing init iat ives an d pub lic relat ion s p ro j e cts

W ho's W ho A mong S t udent s in Am er ica n C o lleg es & U niver sit ies (2008)

Edito r- I n - C h ief o f S e a b ro ok I sl a nd 's q u a r te r l y magazine p u bl ic at ion Ne ig hbo r s M a ga zi n e

Ge orgia Chapte r of AS LA S cho la r ship Recipient (2007)

B ye r s Design Group Charleston, SC M a rc h 2 0 1 0 - Pre se n t Pro v ide lan d s c ape a rc h i te ctu re se r v i ce s f o r B ye r s Design Gro u p, an arc hitec t ure an d lan d p l a nni ng fi r m l o c a te d i n d ow nt ow n Char l est on A ssist pr in c ipals wi th a l l a sp e cts o f v a r i o u s p ro j e ct s inc l u ding design, CAD dr af ti n g, pres en t at ion gr a ph i cs, cons tr u cti on d o c u ment at ion, p l ant ing and site an al y s is

Unive rs ity of Ge orgia S enio r Ter m ina l Pro ject Awa rd fo r Excellence (2008) Unive rs ity of Ge orgia 's Dea n's List (S pr ing 2005, Fa l l 2005) H ope Scholars hip R ecipient (2003-07)

ACTIVITIES LEED A ccre d ite d P ro fessio na l (2009-Pre s e nt) A s s oc . Me mbe r of th e Am er ica n S o ciet y o f La ndscape Archit ect s (2008-10)

E D S A , Inc . For t L aud erd ale , FL May 20 0 8 - Fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 0

P re s id e nt of A SLA St udent C hapt er a t t he U niver sit y o f Geo r g ia (2006-07)

Invol ved in var io us s ta ge s o f d e s i gn w i th se ve r a l int er nat ional p roject s loc ate d al l o ver t h e wo r l d i nc l u d i ng I nd i a , C h i na , P u er t o Rico, t he U.A.E ., an d H on d ur as

Me mbe r of De lta Epsilo n Io t a Aca dem ic Ho no r S o ciet y (2007-Pre s e nt)

Mem b er o f a s elec t te a m o f l a nd sc a p e a rc h i te cts t o de vel o p t he mast er p l an f or on e o f t h e larges t a nd m o s t com p re h e ns i ve p roject s EDSA has e ver un der t ak en , A l A in W i l d l i f e Pa rk & R e so r t i n the U.A.E . Takin g par t in e ver y a s p e ct o f a ssi gne d p ro j e cts inc l u ding design, CAD dr af ti n g, plan an d s e cti on d r a w i ng a nd re nd e r i ng, p resent at ion, c on str uc t ion d et ails a nd LEED accre d i ta ti on Projec t man agemen t i nc l u d i ng d e l e ga ti ng ta s k s , commu nic at ing w it h c lien ts an d c on s ult a nts , p r acti ci ng e f fi ci e nt ti m e management , regu l at ing multiple t as k s at on ce a nd wo rk i ng coh e si ve l y w it h ot her t eam members

Me mbe r of Sigma Ch i Fr a t er nit y (2002-Pre s e nt) Unite d State s Triath lo n Asso cia t io n Mem ber (2010-Pre s e nt)

REFERENCES S c o t t S . We i n b e r g , FA S L A

Gregg Sutton, ASLA

Assoc. Dean, UGA C. E. D. Pr inc ipa l, EDSA, Inc . 609 Cal dwel l Hal l 1512 E. Browa rd Bl vd . , S uite 110 At hens, GA 30602 For t L a ud e rd a le, F L 33301 706.542.4715 954. 524. 3330 weinbu rg@u ga.edu gs utton@ e d s a pla n. c om

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Shea Tighe - Landscape Architecture Portfolio 2011  

A collection of work samples within the field of Landscape Architecture by Shea Tighe.Tighe recieved his BLA from the University of Georgia...