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Tim Henderson Portfolio


About Me

Resume

Overcoming challenges motivates and excites me. I am a dedicated believer in design. I seek to use landscape architecture to make communities and institutions more beautiful, functional, and sustainable.

Professional Experience

Software Skills

Theory of Design Teaching Assistant • • •

2019

Gave critiques to students and taught fundamental design principles. Worked with professor and other TA’s to produce content for the class. Prioritized tasks in a set amount of weekly working hours.

Campus Design Intern

2018

Utah State University • • •

Designed under-developed areas of Utah State University. Developed multiple designs for a range of budgets. Worked to increase the engagement of the users on the campus.

Landscaping Crew Supervisor Garden House Landscaping • • •

Supervised other workers. Managed material usage. Helped to maintain relationships with the clients.

Education

2013-2016

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Auto-CAD Adobe Suite Google Sketchup Microsoft Office Suite Rhinoceros Lumion Arc GIS

Professional Strengths • • • • • • •

Purposeful design Clear writing Inter-team communication Pro-active attitude Strong Time management Willingness to learn Adaptability

Awards Dean’s Prize: Honorable Mention 2017

Bachelors of Landscape Architecture Utah State University

References

May, 2019

Shane Richards- Supervisor

Associates of Science

shane.richards@usu.edu

435-228-5129

David Evans- Professor

Utah Valley University (2013- 2016)

david.evans@usu.edu

Comprehensive GPA: 3.81

925-784-9613

Kirsten Smith- Former Employer

Involvement

kirsten_sophie@hotmail.com

801-616-6594

Community Design Team Leader

Contact Information

American Society of Landscape Architects:

801-836-4133

Member

2016 - current

timhenderson91@gmail.com


The Bluff District

Analysis

Context Ogden

Ogden Utah is a city of blossoming opportunity. It is also a city that is divided by many natural and man-made barriers. These barriers create two distinct pieces of the city: East and West Ogden. My team paid special attention to West Ogden. West Ogden is a unique community in Ogden. It has a diverse population. The average median income is significantly lower than the rest of Ogden city. Despite this, West Ogden has access to wonderful natural resources. While it has its challenges, West Ogden has lots of potential. My team’s specific focus was on a piece of West Ogden known as the Bluff District. The Bluff District is dominated by an existing, retired landfill. The objectives of this project are to: • Analyze the opportunities and constraints of the Bluff District. • Find ways to connect East and West Ogden. • Create a new identity for The Bluff District. • Enable positive changes without displacing the existing population.

The Bluff District

Layton

Ogden

Salt Lake City Sandy West Ogden Provo

State Context

Regional Context

City Context West Ogden

East Ogden

Amenities

Zoning Map

• There is a massive disparity between the resources, amenities, and infrastructure in East and West Ogden. • Finding a way to connect to the resources of East Ogden will be crucial.

• Limited Commercial areas. • Low density housing dominates the Bluff. • Active Industrial buildings frame the neighborhood.

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Opportunities and Constraints Opportunities Weber River

Historic Factory

Water Tower

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Rail Yards

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Wetlands

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• Access to the Weber River. • Thriving wetlands. • Iconic landmarks around site, including industrial buildings. • A capped landfill. • An existing diverse neighborhood. Constraints • Disconnection from the rest of Ogden. • Flooding from the Weber River. • Potential pollution from landfill. • The neighborhood is in disrepair and feels dangerous. Industrial Noise

I-15

By Tommy Smith

Truck Routes

Conflict Zones

Hard/Soft Analysis

• The industrial freight passes through the neighborhood, causing a safety hazard for the residents. • The noise of the mills are in conflict with the character of the neighborhood.

• The industrial buildings are not subject to change. • The majority of the existing neighborhood is moderately subject to change. • The open spaces in West Ogden are subject to change. Hard

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Schematic Design

Illustrative Master Plan The vision of the design for the Bluff District was to improve the site without displacing the current residents.

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This schematic design gave shape to a form and identity for this part of West Ogden.

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Our team discovered connections between the Bluff District and East Ogden by using simple massing models and a large floor map. The models also enabled us to see how our program worked in three dimensional terms.

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Using this and numerous other sketches, the team was able to find ways to build on the assets of the Bluff District.

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The Bluff’s isolation is a problem, but it’s also an opportunity. The area can be a self-supported, protected area for the current residents of West Ogden.

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Miles Goodyear Park Miles Goodyear Park is an area of particular interest in the Bluff District. This is the landing point for the pedestrian bridge that connects East and West Ogden. This park also gives the community vital access to the Weber River through a riverfront park. Trail Connection Neighborhood Existing Ball Fields New Playground

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WHERE CONCRETE PAVING IS ADJACENT TO THE BUILDING, A CONTINUOUS EXPANSION JOINT SHALL OCCUR BETWEEN THE PAVING AND THE BUILDING.6. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES ON SITE BEFORE COMMENCING WITH THE WORK. ANY DISRUPTION OR DAMAGE TO UTILITIES CAUSED BY WORK UNDER THIS CONTRACT SHALL BE CORRECTED BY THIS CONTRACTOR.

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Existing Figure Ground

The layout of the mall is a challenge because: • The mall site has a car oriented design • Parking leaves a large void of under-used space • There is almost no order or structure on the other buildings on the site

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DAVIS CONFERENCE CENTER

The Layton Hills Mall is a major economic driver for Layton City. The mall provides a large portion of the city’s taxes. The Layton Hills Mall is also a major regional attraction. The mall serves as a notable landmark for the city, and is a large part of Layton’s identity. It is one of Layton’s greatest assets. Malls are shutting down at a rapid rate across America. Layton City wants to preserve the mall for future use. In order to do that, the nature of the mall had to change. Some of these changes included:

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Located in between Salt Lake CIty and Ogden is Layton CIty. Layton is adjacent to Hill Air Force Base, a major employer in the state of Utah. The city serves as a waypoint along I-15, and is the threshold to many important assets in Utah. At the heart of Layton is the Layton Hills Mall.

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• There are three main entrances to the mall site • Each entrance feeds into the surrounding community • Each end of the mall has anchor stores that should be reinforced

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CONTINUOUS. BuildingAND Fronts

• The existing building orientations are not consistent • There is almost no structure in the existing form • A uniform building frontage needs to be established

• The lines of force coming from the Layton Hills Mall provide a guide to introducing order to the new design of the mall site

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Design Principles Activating the Edges

High Density Development

Design Process Connecting to the Community

Connections

Greenways

Activating the Edges will serve the mall by:

Connecting to the Community brings:

• Creating a sustaining crust of high density housing • Create a stronger sense of arrival to the site • Create a buffer from the highly developed mall to the low density residential neighborhoods

• Connections to existing assets, such as the Davis Conference Center • Greater access by the people of Layton to the mall • Increased utility by those commuting to and from Layton or Hill Air Force Base

Increasing Density

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Increasing density is key to the new design because: • Densifying around the highly used mall creates opportunities for better development • Under-used space can be an asset • Can create an integrated, activated, and enjoyable outdoor space.

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The Low Impact Concept, while the less expensive of the two concepts, is not the preferred. With the current configuration of buildings, it is very difficult to create the experiences and places that we wanted.

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The High Impact Concept is the preferred design. A greater order, economy, and elegance are introduced in this concept. There are greater opportunities to make the Layton Hills Mall an engaging, pedestrian-friendly experience.


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The new vehicular circulation is designed to provide car access throughout the site. This new circulation also provides more order, and creates a better driving experience around the mall. The ring provides a sense of mystery and discovery for drivers.

A major goal in this design was to create pedestrian experiences throughout the mall site. This was achieved by restricting car access inside the ring, placing strategic green spaces by the mall anchor stores, and creating pedestrian corridors feeding into the mall itself. These corridors create a walkable, vibrant shopping experience for the mall users.

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Site Experiences

Parking Solutions

Ring Road Experience

Parking was one of the biggest challenges on this site. Reconciling the increased need for parking and the space required to accomadate the need was a major design consideration. The following are parking solutions that we implemented.

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Surface parking would still play a role in the new design. It would have limited use in strategic areas. Surface parking would serve as a supplement to the structured parking.

The Pedestrian Corridors are vibrant mixed use shopping areas that all lead the user to the Layton Hills Mall.

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Integrated parking would primarily serve high density housing. The lower levels of the parking lots would be enclosed by a facade, and the upper levels would serve as housing units.

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functioning building on most or all sides. This not only conceals the structure, but also offsets the high cost of using structured parking.


USU Sculpture Garden

Growth Design Illustrative Plan

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The Fine Arts Visual building on USU’s campus houses many creative arts disciplines. In the arms of the building there is an underdeveloped transititory space. The objective of this design is to:

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