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The Embrace at Elderspirit

Abingdon, Virginia
The Elderspirit Community
192 Highland St. SE, Abingdon, VA, 24210
Downtown Abingdon

Site Vicinity Map

Trent Matthias LAR 4014 Construction Documentation Studio 5 - 8 - 2013


Interstate 81

Site Location

Sheet Index
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Illustrative Site Plan ( Not to Scale )

Existing Conditions and Demolition Plan Layout and Materials Plan Grading and Drainage Plan Hydrology and Planting Selection Matrix Planting Plan Phase 1 Planting Plan Phase 2 Construction Details: Hardscape Construction Details: Grading, Drainage and Planting

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The Embrace at Elderspirit


Date

Elder Spirit Community Inc.


Description

Existing Conditions and Demolition Plan

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Elder Spirit Community Inc.


Description

Layout Plan

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Rim Elevation Proposed Spot Elevation Proposed Slope Top of the Wall Spot Elevation Bottom of the Wall Spot Elevation Bottom of the Stairs Spot Elevation Top of the Stairs Spot Elevation Invert Elevation Exisitng Manhole Proposed Area Drain Inlet Proposed Overow Inlet Proposed Drainage Outlet Center Line Finished Floor Elevation High Point of Swale Low Point of Swale
L 2 FFE 2081 L 1 FFE 2069
2069.00 BOS 2069.10 2069.20 RIM EL. 2066.48 XXXX.XX
2.00 %
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TOW XXXX.XX BOW XXXX.XX BS XXXX.XX TS XXXX.XX INV. EL.

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HPS XXXX.XX LPS XXXX.XX

L 2 FFE 2081
3.00 %

BOW 2069.13

TOW 2071.50

L.O.W

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construct pipe outow structure at high point of swale 2068.80
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TOW 2071.80 2068.63 BOW 2068.83

Community Center Building L 1 FFE 2068.5

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Proposed Contour Sanitary Sewer Line Water Line Swale Centerline Proposed Drainage Pipe Limit of Work Line

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Elder Spirit Community Inc.


Description

stone lined inltration swale with subdrain HPS 2068.00 3 percent slope C L 2067.70

2.00 %

7. 00

water pool INV. EL. 2071.30 TOW 2072.10 2068.28 2068.38


2.50 %

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BOW 2068.48 Match extg. grade in doorways 2068.45


2.0

2068.50
0%

2067.40

2068.25

2067.10 2068.00
2.00 %

TOW 2069.50 BOW 2067.90


2.50 % 2.50 %

Stone Paved Seating Area

BOW 2068.35 TOW 2070.80

2.10 %

er sew y r it a san

2067.94
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2067.00

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NOTES

BOW 2067.72 Stone Paved Seating Area

TOW 2071.10

TOW 2070.80 BOW 2067.66

2066.80

2067.83

water pool

2067.90
8.00 %

1) Architectural features and site work provided by appalachian technical services inc. proposed layout plan.
TOW 2070.80 BOW 2067.85 2067.90 Match extg. grade of sidewalk

00 2.

INV. EL. 2070.00 BOW 2067.72 TOW 2070.80 TOW 2070.80 2067.77

2) Finished oor elevatoins have been transcribed from Appalachian Technical Services inc. proposed layout plan. 3) The location of underground utilities shown on this map is approximate, based on information provided by Appalachian Technical Services Inc. or eld location. 4) Utitlity locations shown are intended for planning only. Actual location, size and depth of the line must be veried prior to construction. 5) 20' emergency easement is required through the site, identied by the long dash line. 6) Hold the nished grade 1" below adjacent pavements, except where shown otherwise with spot elevatoins 7) A maximum slop on walks shall be 3%. The maximum slope on ramps shall be 6%. 8) A minimum slope on large paved areas shall be 2% (away from buildings) 9) Any discrepancies in grade elevations between the plans and existing conditions shall be brought to the attention of the Landscape Architect immediately.

2067.44 Match grade of new concrete aggregate path


%
3.00 % 4.00 % 5.00 %

3.00 %

RIM EL. 2066.48

3.00 %

LPS 2066.50

concrete pad

2067.72

2067.68

2067.61

2067.58

sanitary sewer
Match extg. grade of parking lot 2066.83

stone lined inltration swale with subdrain 2067.00 new aggregate concrete path - match extg. nish 2067.20

4 L-8

00 2.

2067.00

2067.05 2067.18
2.00 % 2.00 %

2067.22
2.00 %

2067.29

2067.36

2067.34

2067.32

2067.19

3.00 %

0% 6.0

Match extg. grade of composite path

2067.00 HP 2067.20 seating area

2068.40 TOW

2068.52 2068.62 TOW TOW

2068.74 TOW ampitheatre seating area 2067.05 2066.95

2067.13

HPS 2065.80 5% slope


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2067.64 stone lined inltration swale with subdrain

2066.05

2 20 206 067 69 8

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2066.20

C L 2065.30

2066.95

2 06 7
Wooden bridge over rock swale see detail X sheet L - X 2065.60

2065.95

TOW 2068.18

TOW 2068.24

TOW 2068.29

TOW 2068.34 2066.85 BOW 2066.79 BOW

6. 00

2066.80

2067.05

C L

BOW BOW BOW BOW 2066.90 2067.02 2067.12 2067.24

7.00 %

HPS 2066.50 3% slope

elevated platform

construct pipe outow structure at high point of swale

L.O.W

Grading Plan

water line

2064.80

Match extg. grade of sidewalk 2065.45 2065.35 Wooden bridge over rock swale see detail X sheet L - X
L.O.W

2066.74 BOW 2066.68 BOW

10) All area drain locations shall be coordinated with and approved in the eld by the Landscape Architect. Contractor shall provide positive drainage and insure that no ponding of water occurs. 11) All proposednished grades and paving surfaces shall meet existing grades and surfaces with smooth and continuous transitions, and be ush along the entire interface. 12) Where noted, see detail sheet ( L - X ) for more information.

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2065.30

2065.30
water line

2064.30

2065.25

2. 0

2064.70

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L.O.W

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Restructure gravel path tove foot width, match extg. grade

porch 2065

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porch 2065 porch 2065 LPS 2063.30 Resolve end of swale by matching with existing swale

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Hydrological Concept and Calculations

Planting Selection Matrix


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PlantingSelectionMatrix-ThePreserveatElderspirit
CommonName BotanicalName Native Zone

Trent Matthias LAR 4014

Height/Width

SoilPreference

SunShade Characteristics

Fruit/Flowers

FallColor

Habit

SpatialCharacteristics/OtherNotes

DeciduousTrees
Red Maple Acer Rubrum 'October Brilliance yes ' Oxydendrum arboreum yes 5 to 7 40' / 30' slightly acid, moist, but very tolerant , tolerates clay soils full sun / part shade small red clusters in march / april beautiful fiery orange pyramidal / elliptical md to lg tree attracts a variety of birds

Sourwood

4 to 9

25' to 30' / 20'

somewhat specific requirements full sun / part shade for good growth, prefers wet moist but does reasonably well in dry soils very tolerant of moist, wet, poor, full sun dry soils. Very tough

small white urn shaped flowers, fragrant

beautiful rich maroon recd scarlet or plum

pyramidal tree with rounded trop slow growing but excellent plant , multi and drooping branches, season ornamental appeal, for naturalistic somewhat misshapen plantings

Box Elder

Acer negundo

yes

3 to 9

30' 50' / 30'

dioecious yellowish green flowers yellow green brown in rounded to broad rounded in not ornamentally effecrtive , avoid no ornamental outline significance female forms of tree 1 to 1 1/2" nut yellow orange / reddish purple yellow / apricot to deep red

extensive use is limited due to lack of 'ornamental value'

Musclewood

Carpinus caroliniana

yes

3 to 9

20-30' / 20-30'

deep,rich,moist,acid soils

does well in shade / as an understory plant full sun / part shade

small to medium, multi stemmed best in naturalized situations lg shrub / small tree pleasing in naturalistic plantings , woodland edgdes , great fall color for a native lg shrub / sm tree, spreading , open wider than high beautiful specimen, great landscape plant in multiple applications

Canadian Serviceberry

Amelanchier canadensis

yes

4 to 9

15 to 25' / variable spread, 10 perform well in a variety of soil - 20' types including uplands

small orange ornamental fruit, matures in June

White Fringetree

Chionanthus virginicus

yes

4 to 9

12' - 20' / 12' - 20'

prefers deep moist but highly adaptable to dry soils

full sun / part shade

white, slightly fragrant, very handsome native plant in flower

yellowish green but sometimes bright / golden yellow

ConiferousTrees
Eastern Arborvitae Thuja occidentalis yes 3 to 7 20 to 30' / 10' (under cultivatoin stays smaller tolerant of limestone, prefers moist but very hardy prefer full sun short pinecones n/a yellow brown green in winter upright / conical tree not very appealing in winter, can grown in rocky environments

Juniperus Virginiana

Eastern Red Cedar

yes

3 to 9

40 to 50' tall, usually 20 - 30' tolerant of poor gravelly soils

Pinus Virginiana

Virginia Pine 'Wate's Golden'

yes

4 to 8

15'/40' / 10 to 30' avg. 15' x 15'

poor dry soils, heavy clay land

open sunny exposure

medium size pinecones , flowers not of interest

cultivar Wates Golden has beautiful golden yellow color

irregular, scrubby,

year round interest

DeciduousShrubs
Wild Hydrangea Hydrangea arborescens yes 4 to 9 3-5' / 3- 5' very adaptable, prefers well drained moist soil, ph adaptable prefers well drained soils partial shade is ideal in hotter climates but can tolerate sun full sun to shade nice large pale white flowers , nondescript fruit yellowish white flowers, blooming in June generally nondescript low growing, clumpy, rounded shrub small shrub, multistemmed, suckers best as shrub border or massing, takes regular maitenence to produce beautiful plants shrub borders, naturalizing, mass plantings, for fruiting effect

maple leaf viburnum

Viburnum acerifolium

yes

4 to 9

4' to 6' / same

black fruit held in clusters, persistent and nice ornamental value

Blackhaw viburnum

Viburnum prunifolium

yes

3 to 9

8' to 12' / 15'

extremely adaptable, does well in sun or shade dry soils easily transplanted and soil adaptable full sun to partial shade

white, creams, attractive

purplish / reddish purple round, multi-stemmed in the fall shrub,stiffly branched large open shrub or weedy tree, colonizes and suckers

similar habit to hawthorns, intersesting in a massing, shrub border and groupings Tiger Eyes' has beautiful bright yellow green foliage throughout spring and summer, plant is great for massing, woods edge, and naturalistic areas naturalistic areas, waters edge, shurb border, can become sprawling and ungainly , needs periodic pruning useful in native plantings, for fruit display in winter, works in wet soils / near water

staghorn sumac

Rhus Typhina ( 'Tiger Eyes')

yes

4 tpo 9

5'- 8' / 5' - 10'

large hairy panicles, blooms in june, very showy, bright nice texture oranges and red colors

Buttonbush

Cephalanthus occidentalis

yes

5 to 9

6' to 10' / same

likes moisture, easily grown if the full sun to light shade site is not dry adaptable to wet conditions, good in light and heavy soils

1" globular heads, moderately ornamental, somewhat fragrant`

greenish yellow to yellow not significant

Winterberry

Ilex verticillata

yes

3 to 9

6' to 10' / same

full sun or partial shade, berry like , bright red, persistent for best fruit full sun into the winter, spectacular show "perfect" white beautiful, extremely fragrant flowers

oval rounded to broad rounded shrub with dense twiggy branches

EvergreenShrubs
Wild Rhododendron Rhododendron maximum yes 4 to 9 10' to 20' / 20' wide max requires moist, well drained soils likes shade , part shade is okay rose, purplish pink to white evergreen multi- stemmed evergreen, large tends to grow along streams, not typical to shrub, upright and spreading most landscape situations, ovoid windswept, exposede or hot locatoins suckering, colonizing shrub, graceful arching stems great for border or naturalistic use, shady bank stabalization

Drooping Leucothoe

Leucothoe fontanesiana

yes

4 to 6

3' to 6' / same

preferes moist, cool, acid soils

best in partial shade

showey, fragrant, urn shaped flowers in may

evergreen, some cultivars selected for their winter apperance evergreen

Mountain Laurel

Kalmia latifolia

yes

5 to 9

5' to 12' / same

best performance in a cool, moist, partial shade to full sun, showy flowers for 2 weeks or acidic organic soil no full shade ( blooms more, pink fading to white, fruit poorly ) non ornamental very adaptable and tolerant of both dry and wet sites full sun to light shade not ornamental

rounded shape, dense or loose showy blooms, great for naturalistic use depending on how much light the and borders plant recieves conical shape, dense and compact, can be single or multitrunked good for winter interest, hedges, screens and windbreaks

Eastern Arborvitae ( dwarf cultivars ) 'Little Giant'

Thuja Occidentalis

yes

3 to 9

5' to 10' / 5' to 10'

small cones with thin overlapping scales, brown or tan

Grasses
shallow sedge Carex lurida yes 4 to 9 1'- 3' tall various soil types, including gravelly, tough plant full sun to light shade spiked terminus to each culm gold smaller, clumpy / tufts shorter, very versatile grass, nice texture, very common in the landscape

Purple muhly grass

Muhlenbergia capillaris

yes

hardy to 6

2' to 4' tall

tolerant of heat, drought and poor soils, prefer moist well drained easily grown in moist, wet soils

full sun or partial shade

in fall, spectacular pink, airy flowers purple on 4 ft stems n/a

erect, whispy stalks, close clusters

great for native meadow plantings and gardens striking vertical nature, extremely wet tolerant, low maitenence, great for rain gardens seed heads turn purplish orange by late summer, very shade tolerant ornamental grass attracts birds and butterlies, good border plant, but can spread quickly native tro dry woodlands , very popular garden plant native understory plant to open woods, "wild" looking plant, somewhat unkept, large leaves great accent plant, native to woodlands / borders extremely low maitenence plant, beautiful in border plantings and massing, found near tree lines drought and clay soils tolerant, good for slopes, low maitenence

Soft rush

Juncus effusus`

yes

2-9

1- 3' tall

full sun

retains color year round, clump forming plant bring green good fall color, winter interest clump forming , occurs in rich owods or rocky slopes along streams smaller, clumpy / tufts

woodoats

Chasmanthium latifolium

yes

3 to 8

2-5' / 1 - 2'

tolerant of poor soils

full sun to part shade

showy flowers, maroon color

Perennials
blue mist flower Conoclinium coelestinum yes 4 to 9 1'- 3' tall adapts to most soil types, moist full sun to light shade to wet sites are its natural location well drained soil, prefers dry soils sun, part shade rich, cool, moist soils part shade blue, purple blooms, very showy n/a

threadleaf coreopsis wild comfrey

Coreopsis verticillata Cynoglossum virginianum

yes yes

4 to 9 4 to 9

1-2' tall 3' / 2'

bright yellow flowers, Jun and July blue / lavendar flowers, smaller, drooping long, pink - purple blooms long, deep lavendar collections of petals, excepitoinal showy flowers, blue, starr shaped

n/a n/a

clumps / continuous mounds low, spreading shoots

wand blazing star wild indigo

Liatris graminifolia Baptisia australis

yes yes

4 to 9 4 to 9

1- 3.5 ' 1' - 3'

very adaptable, clay soils fine

full sun, partial sun

n/a n/a

sparse, erect, long flowers and whimsy stalks upright clumping, dense at bottom, sparse at top low, spreading, erect stems, globular clusters of flowers

gravelly, well drained loamy soils needs sun

blue star

Amsonia tabernaemontana

yes

4 to 9

3' high

tolerates clay soils, prefers moist, full sun / part shade loamy soils

n/a

Plant selections were based primarily on finding native species compatible with the full sun poor soil conditions on the site.

Hydrology + Planting Selection Matrix


Hydrology Calculations: The concept for stormwater management in this design is to create an open system of water features that collects, distributes and treats the runoff from both the community building and the paved landscape. Runoff is collected from the community building where it is channeled into two water pools. These pools contain an overflow inlet that channels excess flow from a storm event into one of two designed rock swales, which are also integral design features on the site. After making its way into the lower portion of the site, The meadow , the suspended solids have been removed from the flow and the water is cleansed by lowland shrubs and grasses before leaving the site and heading downstream. The large aggregate in the swales slows down time of concentration, and mitigates and erosional potential from runoff on the site. Impervious Surface: Roof 1: 1366 sq ft ( .03 AC ) Roof 2: 1258 sq ft ( .03 AC ) Total Designed impervious surface on site: 4803 sq. ft ( .11 AC ) Triangle Pool Capacity: 342 cu ft @ 2 depth Rectangular Pool Capacity: 158 cu ft. @ 2 depth Design Storm : 100 year storm ( 9 in / rh in Washington Co) Q= CiA Roof + Pool: Q = .95 x 9 x .03 = .25 Cu . Ft. / Second = max discharge from rooftop. .25 cu/ ft per second reveals that the overflow structures and pipes must be sized to handle such a flow in order to circulate the stormwater from the pools and into the swales. The pools are large enough to handle all storm events on this site. Design Storm : 100 year storm ( 9 in / rh in Washington Co) Q= CiA Total Impervious Surface - Shallow Concentrated Flow L/60V 94/60(.95) = 164 (T) Q = CiA .95 x 9 x .11 = .94 cu. ft. / second = max discharge from site impervious surfaces The two design Swales must be able to split .94 cu ft./ second between them and also handle .25 cu ft / second from each of the water pools. Each swale then must have a channel capacity of roughly .75 cu ft/ second. Design Swales 5 Wide 3 - 5 % Slope Parabolic Shape Cross Sectional Area : A= 2/3 Td A = 2/3 (5) (9) 3.33 = A 1.49 (60) (.55) / .039 .4917/ .039 = 12.61 x 3.33 = 41 cubic feet per second at peak capacity. The design swales are more than large enough to handle a storm on this site.

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Sweet Pepperbush

Clethra alnifolia

yes

4 to 9

4 to 8' / 6 to 10'

moist, acid soil is preferered, but partial shade or full sun fairly hardy and adaptable

not significant

oval, round toppect, erect, dense excellent for summer flower and leafy shrub, often suckers gragrance, shrub border, good for shade and wet areas

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rounded and spreading, loose and somewhat open, multistemmed

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prefers a sunny location small pinecones, interesting yellow bronze yellow brown in green flowers in late winter winter

narrow, compact, columnar, sometimes broad / irregular

excellent speciment and grouping plant., useful for windbreaks, nice cultivars emerald sentinel

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PLANT SCHEDULE - PHASE 1 -Trees, Shrubs, Container Grasses


DECIDUOUS TREES CODE QTY BOTANICAL NAME / COMMON NAME CONT CAL SIZE ACE GLO 5 Acer rubrum `October Glory` TM / October Glory Maple 25 gal 2"Cal 30`

AME CA2

Amelanchier canadensis / Canadian Serviceberry

15 gal

1"Cal

8` w 12` h

EVERGREEN TREES

CODE

QTY

BOTANICAL NAME / COMMON NAME

CONT

CAL

SIZE

PIN WA3

Pinus virginiana `Wates Golden` / Virginia Pine

15 gal

1"Cal

5` w 10` h

THU OCC

Thuja occidentalis / American Arborvitae

25 gal

2"Cal

10` w 20` h

SHRUBS

CODE HYD WIL

QTY 5

BOTANICAL NAME / COMMON NAME Hydrangea arborescens / Wild Hydrangea

CONT 5 gal

SIZE 8` w 6` h

ILE WI2

Ilex verticillata / Winterberry

5 gal

4` w 4` h

L 2 FFE 2081 L 1 FFE 2069

KAL LAT

Kalmia latifolia / Mountain Laurel

5 gal

8` w 8` h

LEU DRO

Leucothoe fontanesiana / Drooping Leucothoe

5 gal

8` w 8` h

RHU TIG MUH AU2 3 1 gal

Rhus typhina `Tiger Eyes` / Tiger Eyes Sumac

5 gal

8` w 6` h

VIB MAP

Viburnum acerifolium / Mapleleaf viburnum

5 gal

8` w 8` h

L 2 FFE 2081 L 1 FFE 2069

MUH AU2 5 1 gal

VIB BLA

Viburnum prunifolium / Blackhaw Viburnum

5 gal

8` w 8` h

concrete pavement
RHU TIG 1 5 gal GRASSES CODE CAR LUR QTY 80 BOTANICAL NAME / COMMON NAME Carex lurida / Lurid Sedge CONT 1 gal SIZE 2` w 3` h

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CHA LAT

67

Chasmanthium latifolium / Wood Oats

1 gal

2` w 3` h

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RHO MAX

Rhododendron maximum / Rose Bay

5 gal

8` w 8` h

JUN EF2

91

Juncus effusus / Soft Rush

1 gal

2` w 3` h

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Description

PIN WA3 1 15 gal

MUH AU2

92

Muhlenbergia capillaris `Autumn Blush` / Pink Muhly

1 gal

2` w 3` h

Water pool

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Note* See following page (L-6) for Phase 2 Planting plan.


LEU DRO 1 5 gal PIN WA3 1 15 gal

Phase 2 includes: All ground plane materials: Perennials, planting bed structure, rock swales and grass seeding areas.
Seating area

THU OCC 1 25 gal JUN EF2 9 1 gal RHU TIG 1 5 gal

Seating area

RHU TIG 1 5 gal

Water pool

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Exisitng Manhole
CAR LUR 2 1 gal CAR LUR 2 1 gal CAR LUR 2 1 gal

Seating wall
ACE GLO 1 25 gal PIN WA3 1 15 gal

Finished Floor Elevation Limit of Work Line

FFE
L.O.W

LEU DRO 1 5 gal

LEU DRO 1 5 gal

concrete pavement
JUN EF2 5 1 gal AME CA2 1 15 gal ILE WI2 9 5 gal HYD WIL 1 5 gal JUN EF2 32 1 gal LEU DRO 3 5 gal CAR LUR 40 1 gal

existing fastigiate coniferous trees

CAR LUR 6 1 gal

NOTES
parking lot

AME CA2 1 15 gal

concrete pavement
MUH AU2 61 1 gal

RHO MAX 1 5 gal

VIB BLA 1 5 gal KAL LAT 2 5 gal

L.O.W

ampitheatre seating area

CAR LUR 1 1 gal

CAR LUR 4 1 gal CHA LAT 38 1 gal JUN EF2 19 1 gal

aggregate concrete path ( preserved )

RHO MAX 1 5 gal VIB BLA 1 5 gal

seating alcove

ACE GLO 1 25 gal

Elevated platform

CAR LUR 1 1 gal ACE GLO 1 25 gal JUN EF2 4 1 gal KAL LAT 1 5 gal CAR LUR 1 1 gal CHA LAT 10 1 gal MUH AU2 4 1 gal CAR LUR 5 1 gal ACE GLO 1 25 gal

JUN EF2 3 1 gal

VIB MAP 1 5 gal

sidewalk

L.O.W
JUN EF2 2 1 gal KAL LAT 1 5 gal HYD WIL 4 5 gal KAL LAT 2 5 gal VIB BLA 1 5 gal

gravel path porch 2065

JUN EF2 2 1 gal

JUN EF2 2 1 gal

ACE GLO 1 25 gal

JUN EF2 5 1 gal JUN EF2 6 1 gal

JUN EF2 5 1 gal

L.O.W
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CHA LAT 7 1 gal MUH AU2 8 1 gal

CHA LAT 11 1 gal CAR LUR 8 1 gal MUH AU2 11 1 gal

L 1 FFE 2065

L 1 FFE 2065

porch 2065 porch 2065 porch 2065

CAR LUR 8 1 gal

1. Contractor to coordinate all plating with utility locations not shown on this plan. Any conicts between locations of proposed planting and site utilities or lighting to be called to the attention of the Landscape Architect. 2. All planting areas to be free of all deleterious materials and weeds prior to planting. Use no chemicals. 3. All planting areas to be tilled so that the soil is loose and not compacted. Loosen soil to a minimum depth of 3". 4. Prepare hole backll material by using one part existing soil (or approved topsoil) to one-part nitrolizedr shavings or nitrolized 1'2" minimum r bark. Thoroughly mix this combination before backlling, fertilize with 6-20-20 at the rate of 2#/C.Y. After planting, apply ammonium sulfate (210-0) at the rate of 5#/1000 SF. to all planting areas. 5. Use triangular spacing when placing plants. 6. Place top of rootball 1" above surrounding grade. 7. All trees and shrubs are to have 6" soil watering basins. 8. Water all new plantings deeply and thoroughly. 9. The contractor shall maintain the planting and irrigation installation for 60 days from the date onal acceptance. 10. All plant materials shall be guaranteed for a minimum of one full year from date of nal acceptance for trees and a minimum of 6 months from date of nal acceptance for shrubs, ground covers and vines. 11. No plants shall be acceptable that show signs of circling or girdling of roots, or any other root-bound condition. 12. Plants shall be suciently rooted to the edge of the container and to an extent sucient to hold the rootball intact when removed from the container. 13. Plants shall be free from all pests and diseases. 14. Plants shall be undamaged and have proper branch structure. 15. The trees specied shall meet the American Standard for Nursery Stock as speced in the most recent edition by the American Association of Nurserymen. 16. All plant locations to be conrmed in theld by the Landscape Architect prior to planting. 17. Irrigation is by performance specs. 18. Contractor shall provide shop drawings to be reviewed and approved by the Landscape Architect. 19. See Planting Plan 2 for planting area treatment, mulch, perennials, and rock elements.

Planting Plan Phase 1

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PLANT SCHEDULE - Perennials


GROUND COVERS CODE QTY BOTANICAL NAME / COMMON NAME CONT AMS TAB 62 Amsonia tabernaemontana / Eastern Bluestar 1 gal@ 12" oc

BAP AUS

102

Baptisia australis / Blue Wild Indigo

1 gal@ 12" oc

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CLE ALN

151

Clethra alnifolia / Summersweet Clethra

1 gal@ 12" oc

COR GO2

183

Coreopsis verticillata `Golden Gain` / Threadleaf Coreopsis

1 gal@ 12" oc

LIA GRA

24

Liatris graminifolia / Wand Blazing Star

1 gal@ 12" oc

Meadow Grass seed blend: Contains the following: Buffalograss (topgun turf) 80% Blue Grama 20% L 2 FFE 2081 L 1 FFE 2069 Seeding Rates: 86 pounds/acre 1 lb covers: 500 sq ft
PA (mulch)

Approximate coverage needed: 3,200 sq ft. Special Instructions: Community Center Building L 1 FFE 2068.5 Seed accross site using standard procedure in all exposed soil areas not marked planting areas. Sow grass to edges of rock swales, planting beds, and within 1 foot of constructed surfaces. Mulch the remaining edges between the grass seeding and constructed surfaces.

L 2 FFE 2081 L 1 FFE 2069

pavement
PA (mulch)

Preserved plantings mulch as needed

Water Pool

Note* See previous page (L -5) for Phase 1 Planting plan. Phase 1 includes: All vertical vegetated materials: Trees, Shrubs, and container grasses.

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PA (mulch)

Meadow grass
COR GO2 30 1 gal BAP AUS 2 1 gal

AMS TAB 2 1 gal

Seating Area Seating Wall

LEGEND
Exisitng Manhole
Seating Area

Finished Floor Elevation Limit of Work Line

FFE
L.O.W

COR GO2 18 1 gal LIA GRA 2 1 gal

Water Pool

Stone lined inltration swale

PA (mulch)

LIA GRA 2 1 gal CLE ALN 26 1 gal BAP AUS 11 1 gal BAP AUS 14 1 gal

pavement

Preserved PA (mulch)

NOTES
parking lot

PA (mulch)
COR GO2 24 1 gal

rock location specied onsite by landscape architect

PA (mulch)

rock location specied onsite by landscape architect

pavement

PA (mulch)

aggregate concrete path ( preserved ) Elevated Platform seating alcove ampitheatre seating
COR GO2 13 1 gal

CLE ALN 46 1 gal BAP AUS 14 1 gal LIA GRA 2 1 gal

PA (mulch)

COR GO2 2 1 gal AMS TAB 28 1 gal

COR GO2 3 1 gal BAP AUS 13 1 gal

sidewalk
BAP AUS 5 1 gal

BAP AUS 2 1 gal BAP AUS 2 1 gal CLE ALN 31 1 gal

L.O.W

COR GO2 2 1 gal

gravel path
COR GO2 12 1 gal BAP AUS 2 1 gal

COR GO2 12 1 gal

PA

LIA GRA 2 1 gal

AMS TAB 2 1 gal

COR GO2 3 1 gal

PA
COR GO2 20 1 gal LIA GRA 2 1 gal LIA GRA 2 1 gal COR GO2 19 1 gal BAP AUS 3 1 gal AMS TAB 14 1 gal

Meadow Grass

PA

L 1 FFE 2065
PA (mulch)

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BAP AUS 13 1 gal AMS TAB 2 1 gal BAP AUS 5 1 gal

LIA GRA 2 1 gal CLE ALN 18 1 gal

L 1 FFE 2065

COR GO2 3 1 gal

AMS TAB 2 1 gal

PA (mulch)

1. Contractor to coordinate all plating with utility locations not shown on this plan. Any conicts between locations of proposed planting and site utilities or lighting to be called to the attention of the Landscape Architect. 2. All planting areas to be free of all deleterious materials and weeds prior to planting. Use no chemicals. 3. All planting areas to be tilled so that the soil is loose and not compacted. Loosen soil to a minimum depth of 3". 4. Prepare hole backll material by using one part existing soil (or approved topsoil) to one-part nitrolizedr shavings or nitrolized 1'2" minimum r bark. Thoroughly mix this combination before backlling, fertilize with 6-20-20 at the rate of 2#/C.Y. After planting, apply ammonium sulfate (210-0) at the rate of 5#/1000 SF. to all planting areas. 5. Use triangular spacing when placing plants. 6. Place top of rootball 1" above surrounding grade. 7. All trees and shrubs are to have 6" soil watering basins. 8. All planting areas to receive ground cover and shrubs shall have 2" shredded bark mulch placed on them. Mulch to be pulled away from the root crown. See detail 4 Sheet L - X 9. Water all new plantings deeply and thoroughly. 10. The contractor shall maintain the planting and irrigation installation for 60 days from the date of nal acceptance. 11. All plant materials shall be guaranteed for a minimum of one full year from date of nal acceptance for trees and a minimum of 6 months from date of nal acceptance for shrubs, ground covers and vines. 12. No plants shall be acceptable that show signs of circling or girdling of roots, or any other root-bound condition. 13. Plants shall be suciently rooted to the edge of the container and to an extent sucient to hold the rootball intact when removed from the container. 14. Plants shall be free from all pests and diseases. 15. Plants shall be undamaged and have proper branch structure. 16. All plant locations to be conrmed in theld by the Landscape Architect prior to planting. 17. Irrigation is by performance specs. 18. Contractor shall provide shop drawings to be reviewed and approved by the Landscape Architect.

L.O.W

Planting Plan Phase 2

Revisions
Date Description By

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L.O.W

N
0 5 10 20 40 FEET

Meadow Grass

L 1 FFE 2065

L 1 FFE 2065

L 1 FFE 2065
L.O.W

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rock location specied onsite by landscape architect

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Meadow grass

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notes 1. Match nish to existing versa loc retaining wall blocks adjacent to stairway, verify "natural" nish. 2. Consult Versa-Loc manufacturer specs for detailed installation procedure. 3. Utilized concrete backll as necessary for stabalizatoin stone adhesive 6" 12" 1' 8" 2" 6" stone adhesive versa loc standard block, "natura randomly stagger vertical joints 14"
PIN HOLES FOR VERTICAL WALLS

notes 1. Create ush connections between blocks, ensure no gaps exist in wall faces. see layout plan cut slate capstone cut slate capstone 2. Utilize a ne grade concrete for the back stagger blocks to match radius see layout plan concrete backll as needed
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versa-loc standard anchoring pins typ.

versa loc standard block, "natural" n slate stone paving adjacent see 7

(odd course ) plan

SPLITTING GROOVE FOR HALF UNIT

galvanized steel anchoring pins tied into concrete foundation 8" 4" poured in place concrete foundatoin 4" aggregate base 4" aggregate base galvanized steel anchoring pins tied into concrete foundation prepared subgrade prepared subgrade ensure block faces are ush at edges

saw cut half or cobble unit

3 4" 16"
STRAIGHT SPLIT FACE

SPLITTING GROOVE FOR FREESTANDING WALLS

split half unit ( 1 each side )

PINNING SLOTS FOR FREESTANDING WALLS

Versa-loc standard unit typ.

2
section, axon, plan not to scale

versa loc freestanding seating wall

1 elevation scale : 2 " = 1'

versa loc freestanding seating wall

1 section scale : 2 " = 1'

versa loc freestanding seating wall


plan

1 "=1 scale : 2

width varies see plan

1' 0"

4"

overw structure inlet 1'-8" 1' stone adhesive 4" 6"

cut slate capstone 2" 2"

cut slate capstone

Elder Spirit Community Inc.


Description

stone adhesive waterll line varies, 2.5' typ. versa loc standard block, " randomly stagger vertical joints galvanized steel anchoring pins tied into concrete foundation poured in place concrete wall concrete backll as needed

versa-loc standard unit, "natural" nish versa-loc standard anchoring pins typ. varies, refer to grading plan

galvanized steel anchoring pins tied into concrete foundation reinforced concrete foundation - 8" depth see grading plan for pipe outfall elevation in rock swale across walk

poured in place concrete foundation 8" split half unit ( 1 each side )

3 8

rebar reinforcement

3/8" rebar reinforcement 4" aggregate base saw cut half or cobble unit

4" aggregate base

prepared subgrade

(odd course ) plan of terminal edge

prepared subgrade

versa loc stone freestanding pool retaining wall

1 elevation scale : 2 " = 1'

versa loc stone freestanding pool retaining wall

versa loc stone freestanding pool retaining wall

1 section scale : 2 " = 1'

steel / iron beam typ. - dark grey / black

notes 1. Match existing exposed aggregate path preserved on site 2. Frame and pour concrete aggregate edging prior to laying the stone 3. Ensure level connections at edges between stone and concrete aggregate
plane 2

2'-8"

4"
tension cables

Construction Details
notes 1. Shade structure to be designed by licensed architects and engineers to t the above size specications and form. 2. Tensile fabric suspended between 1 primary post and 4 supporting posts with tension cables and heavy duty fasteners will be the basis for the design. 3. The fabric must be water resistant Revisions
Date By

gray cut slate stone

primary anchor

Hardscape

1' 3 4 5"

gap between stones to be lled with polymeric sand

1 5"

4 " 75

running bond pattern dry laid stone

poured in place concrete pad - rein 6" aggregate base prepared subgrade poured in place concrete aggregate edging to match existing path dry- laid slate stone paving units polymeric sand 6" aggregate base

plane 1

4. See layout plan for proposed post locations

12' 10' 9'

poured in place concrete paving

prepared subgrade

Drawn By : TSM Checked By :


anchored into concrete foundation

1 section scale : 2 " = 1'

Approved By : Date Issued : 5 / 8 / 13 Scale : 1/2" = 1'

beams tilted at an angle

Dry laid slate paving with concrete aggregate edges

section scale :

1 2"

= 1'

10

Tensile Shade Structure Pro - Forma

plan, section

1 scale: 8 " = 1'

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notes notes 1.Ropes at the top of the ball shall be cut. Remove top biodegradable material shall be totally removed.
1 3

1.Ropes at the top of the ball shall be cut. Remove top biodegradable material shall be totally removed. of burlap. Non

1 3

of burlap. Non

2. Excavation hole shall be a minimum of twice the width of the rootball of the tree. 3. Protect tree branches from damage while planting

2. Excavation hole shall be a minimum of twice the width of the rootball of the tree. 3. Protect tree branches from damage while planting

2" mulch

set top of root ball 1-2" above grade


1 of cut / remove top 3 burlap from rootball

6" soil saucer prepared subgrade

prepared subgrade

Shrub planting

1 section scale : 2 " = 1'

Tree planting

1 section scale : 2 " = 1'

width varies see planting plan

notes 1.Ropes at the top of the ball shall be cut. Remove top biodegradable material shall be totally removed.
1 3

of burlap. Non

notes 1.Consult landscape architect after swale construction for the placement of large grade stones in and around the swale right of way width varies see plan

2. Excavation hole shall be a minimum of twice the width of the rootball of the tree. 3. Plant all plants except for perennials prior to mulching planting beds. spacing varies see plan

2" mulch

1-2" caliber river cobbles, 4" depth

Details Planting + Grading

6" aggregate base planting soil mix type 1 continuous 30" frost depth aggregate subgrade tapered to 2.5' width at drain pipe prepared subgrade 6" pcp perforated drain pipe separator fabric
Date

Revisions
Description By

Planting area

section scale :

1 2"

Drawn By : TSM
= 1'

Stone lined inltration swale with subdrain

1 " = 1' section scale : 2

Checked By : Approved By : Date Issued : 5 / 8 / 2013 Scale : 1/2" = 1'

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raised sub-grade pedestal

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planting soil mix type 1 continuous

The Embrace at Elderspirit

nish grade

2" mulch

planting soil mix type 1 continuous