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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

PORTFOLIO TIM BOWLER


EDUCATION BLA Degree, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, May 2014 A.A. Degree, Horticulture w/ Technical Certificate in Greenhouse Management, 2010

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Research Assistant- Water Collection Technician, Logan, Utah 2013-Present • Collected water samples for privately funded bio-swale study in the community of Day Break, South Jordan, Utah Design/Build Internship- Blanchford Landscape Group, Bozeman, Montana 2013 • Built & assisted in the design of high-end residential landscapes • Developed and managed the build of a custom, residential patio Teaching Assistant - Utah State University, Logan, Utah, 2013,2014 • Theory of Design- Created positive, working relationships with 25 students • Site Analysis- Assisted in the development of group project curriculum • Computer Graphics- Demonstrated advanced techniques for Adobe & AutoCAD Programs while assisting in daily lessons Business Owner - A Cut Above Lawn Service, Hagerman, Idaho, 2004-2012 • Established and grew a successful business by exercising professional practices including punctuality, ingenuity and persistence • Balanced & serviced 25 weekly clients while successfully completing larger, separate projects

HONORS & ACHIEVEMENTS Utah State University • Landscape Architecture Honor Society Member, 2013 • USU Deans List, 2012-2014 • Western Undergraduate Scholarship, awarded base on GPA & ACT Scores, 2011 College of Southern Idaho • Deans List, 2009,2010


ORGANIZATIONS National Member of the American Society of Landscape Architecture 2011-Present • Participating Member 2012-Present USU Student Chapter For American Society of Landscape Architects, 2011-Present • Treasurer, 2013-Present Community Design Team Member, Utah State University, 2013-2014 • Clients: Promontory School District, Utah State University, Durran Family Horticulture Club, College Of Southern Idaho, 2008-2010 • Member/ Event Coordinator

SKILLS DIGITAL • Photoshop, Illustrator, In-Design, AutoCad, Sketch-up, Podium, GIS, Kerkythea, Word, Excel, Powerpoint ADDITIONAL • Plant knowledge, Hand Graphics, Plan Grading, Hand Drafting, Model Building

TIM BOWLER 208.731.9478 tbowler208@gmail.com 1276 South 170 West Logan, Utah 84321


TABLE OF CONTENTS URBAN REVITILIZATION MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT PAGES: 1-4

RECREATION DEVELOPMENT WEST LOGAN PARK PAGES: 11-12

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS GRADING & SEAT WALL DETAIL PAGES: 5-8

CAMPUS PLANNING STUDENT HOUSING PAGES: 13-16

DESIGN/BUILD PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

DESIGN COMPETITION KENT CONCERT HALL PAGES: 17-20

PAGES: 9-10


URBAN REVITILIZATION This was a group project that focused on the redevelopment of South Salt Lake. What was once a prospering section of SLC is now a collection of run down, industrial buildings in need of help. This was a collaborative effort with the interior design depart at USU. As a group, we approached this project with a focus on sustainability and feasibility to create realistic limitations for ourselves. By creating a phasing plan that involved retrofitting buildings and developing a green infrastructure, this design would be the revitalization South Salt Lakes needs.

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SUGAR HOUSE: SLC PROPOSED PLAN: LAND USES

CONTEXT MAP VEHICULAR & LIGHT RAIL CIRULATION


COMMERCIAL PLAZA

COMMUNITY GARDEN

PEDESTRIAN CIRUCULATION

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MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT

AREA OF FOCUS

DESIGN PARTI

This was an individual extension for the previous Urban Revitilization group project.

PROCESS SKETCH

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FINAL BASE LINES W/ PARTI


ILLUSTRATIVE PLAN

BIRDS EYE PERSPECTIVE

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COMMERCIAL CENTER (CC.)

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CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS This project was based on the re-design of a performance hall’s courtyard located on Utah State’s campus. It took me through the whole design process from concept development to the final product, Construction Documents. The details within this layout are custom to the site and if implemented, would function properly. The importance of a welldrawn detail is essential to the design to build process. The design includes a seat wall that flows with the sites characteristics and corten steel drainage grates that add an artistic touch to a normally ordinary fix.

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UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY

SEAT WALL

RETENTION BA

DRAINAGE GRATES


GRADING & DRAINAGE PLAN SPOT ELEVATIONS Through spot elevations, drainage was calculated so that the site would shed water properly into a collection sump beneath the site.

BASIN

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SEAT WALL DETAIL & SECTION This is the seat wall design from the previous Construction Documents page.

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SEAT WALL- SECTION

SEAT WALL- FRONT VIEW

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RESIDENTIAL DESIGN/BUILD I had the opportunity to intern with Blanchford Landscape Group in Bozeman, Montana the summer heading into my senior year at USU. The majority of their projects are the installation of high-end residential designs on homes located in the Yellowstone Club, Spanish Peaks and Big Sky resort. This Design/ Build Project was an exciting hands on experience that gave me confidence in my ability to understand the process in constructing landscapes. Working alongside a professional landscape contractor, we met with the client, drafted a design and then completed the build all within a couple of months.

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FAGAN RESIDENCE


BUILD PROCESS

FROM PAPER TO REALITY

FINISHED PRODUCT

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RECREATION DEVELOPMENT

WEST LOGAN PARK

The property designated for West Logan Park is located just West of Logan, Utah near a growing and prosperous suburb. One challenge of this project was creating recreational spaces that incorporated activities for all age groups. The Logan River follows along the South side of the future parks property, adding wetlands that wildlife flock to. This design’s main focus was preserving on-site wetlands while providing multi-use spaces for recreation. This park includes a frisbee golf course, outdoor sports fields, and a wetland observatory, among many other amenities.

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WETLAND PERSPECTIVE


ILLUSTRATIVE PLAN

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CAMPUS PLANNING

UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY

This campus-planning project was a group collaboration focused on a parcel of property owned by Utah State University. It was designated for a mixeduse development. As a group, our main goal was to address current student housing for married couples with small families. The design includes a commercial plaza acting as a transportation stop. A narrow, slow speed vehicle alley known as a “Woonerf.� Is incorporated into the site along with adequate parking for the residents of this development.

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DEVELOPMENT PLAN LEGEND

PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION

1 Parking 2 Woonerf 3 Commercial 4 Student Services 5 Plaza Space 6 Park Space/ Detention Basin 1

LAND USES

7 Family Housing 8 Singles Housing

GREEN SPACE

This is was an individual extention of the original group project

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STUDENT HOUSING & WOONERF CONNECTION This was an individual extension for the previous Campus Planning group project.

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Mixed-Use Connections It was important when creating perspectives for this project, to create views that would show the sites functionality.

Entrances & Circulation This is a mixeduse development that incorporates student housing, plaza spaces and commercial buildings, the site was based heavily on circulation because of the amount of foot traffic from students.

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DESIGN COMPETITION

Kent Concert Hall Courtyard

Utah State University created this design competition for students on campus to have a chance at leaving a design of their own, for students and others to use in the future. The overall focus of this design was sustainability and how to re-use materials from the original landscape that had been removed. All this while creating a comfortable environment that functioned well as a transition space. By using sunshade analysis (diagrams to the right) for several times of the year, we located optimum areas for seating where vegetation should be placed. The re-use of brick from the original design and the use of retention basins to capture storm water are just two sustainable features implemented.

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PRE-DESIGN


SUN/ SHADE ANALYSIS

Analysis set for mid July @ 2 PM.

Analysis set for mid December @ 2 PM.

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ENTRANCE DURING NIGHT PERFORMANCES BIRDS EYE PERSPECTIVE

CAFE PERSPECTIVE

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Creating a night scene that would communicate the safety of the design and capture its ellegance was important for the final product


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