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Deliverables 1 20 scale site plan with rough grading

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Unformatted text preview: Task 2- Lot Schematic Plan Develop the draft plan based on review and comments. Deliverables: (1) 20 scale site plan (with rough grading and dimensions) (2) Representative sections (1) Representative perspective All drawings to be presented w/ typical design title block Task 3- Lot Final Plan Presentation Document Finalize plan based on schematic feedback. Deliverables: (1) 40 scale site plan (1) 40 scale layout plan (1) 40 scale grading plan (2) Representative sections (1) Representative perspective All drawings to be presented w/ typical design title block Feel free to add sheets for concepts, materials, cover etc. Task 4- Green wall module CD’s Design a green wall for the façade of the Meteorology Building. The wall will be used to collect some rainwater, offset heat gain on southern facing surfaces and grow plants that are edible. The goal of the design is to develop low cost design alternatives for DYI (Do-It-Yourself) projects that can be installed by local homeowners. Task 4.1-Determine design criteria, Determine design/materials Task 4.2 – Develop plan, Elevations and sections Task 4.3 – Develop module details Deliverables: (1) wall layout plan (1) wall elevation (1) wall section All drawings are technical and to be submitted w/ typical design title block Feel free to add sheets for concepts, materials, cover etc. Task 5- Module Presentation Design and field presentation of the wall project. Deliverables: (1) wall layout plan (1) wall elevation (1) wall section Task 6- Module As-built Drawings Update Task 5 drawings to reflect actual built project Deliverables: (1) wall layout plan (1) wall elevation (1) wall section All drawings in As-Built field format Reference Reading: Strom,Steve, Nathan, Kurt and W oland, Jake. 2013. Site Engineering for Landscape Architects. Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley and Sons. Calkins, Meg. 2009. Materials for Sustainable Sites. Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley and Sons. Sauter, David. 2011. Landscape Construction, 3rd Edition. Clifton Park, NY, Delmar Cengage. (Chapters 4, 8, 28-32) Thompson, J. William and Sorvig, Kim. 2008. Sustainable Landscape Construction, 2nd Edition. Washington, Island Press. (Pages 1-33, 113-149, 225 -259) Zimmerman, Astrid (Ed.). 2008. Constructing Landscape: Materials, Techniques, Structural Components, 2nd Edition. Berlin, Germany. Birkhauser Inhabitat Green Walls: http://inhabitat.com/tag/living-walls/...
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