Tim Mc Cormack La Portfolio Power Point[1]


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Representative Portfolio of Landscape Architectual work.

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Tim Mc Cormack La Portfolio Power Point[1]

  1. 1. Portfolio of Selected Projects
  2. 2. Streetscape/Urban Corridor Redevelopment to create a “Classic Boulevard” from the 405 Freeway to Beverly Hills.
  3. 3. Environmental Nature Center 9,000 S.F. Facility on a 3.5 acre site. Solar voltaic panels coupled with passive heating and cooling allow new building to operate off the grid.
  4. 4. New Landscape featuring California Desert and Coastal Sage Scrub demonstration ecosystems. Capture of Leed® Water Efficient Landscape Credit 1.2 – No Irrigation.
  5. 5. Roof Rain Collection and Water Polishing System.
  6. 6. Accessible Outdoor Fire Pit and Amphitheatre
  7. 7. Jim Wirick AIA - Principal in Charge Rick Damato AIA – Principal Designer David Duff – Project Manager Chris Lentz CID – Interior Design Tim McCormack ASLA – Landscape Design Client – ENC, Bo Glover Executive Director Project Manager – Griffin Structures General Contractor – Gentosi Builders Structural Engineer – Culp & Tanner Museum Outfitters – Splitrock Studios Photographer – Costea Photography Inc.
  8. 8. Newport Beach, California Aerial Photograph
  9. 9. City of L.A. sponsored Community Revitalization projects in North Hollywood Arts District and Jefferson Park In South Central Los Angeles.
  10. 10. Urban Design Studies for Figueroa Streetscape to complete the L.A. Coliseum Master Plan.
  11. 11. Urban /Streetscape Design for Westwood Village 45 acre Specific Plan.
  12. 12. This Study compared the relative benefits of Bus Rapid Transit vs. Light rail and Heavy Rail Transit along a 14 mile Corridor from North Hollywood to Warner Central.
  13. 13. · Zuma County Beach - Entry Plaza Malibu · White Point/Royal Palms Shoreline Complex, San Pedro · Will Rogers State Beach, Los Angeles · Dockweiler State Beach, Los Angeles · M.D.R. Waterfront Promenade Design Standards, Marina Del Rey · Mother’s Beach Playground, Marina del Rey · Gateway Parks and Medians, Marina del Rey
  14. 14. Landscape Architectural Design of the Formal ‘Piazza’, Outdoor Spaces, and Streetscape associated with the new ‘Grand Ballroom’ Addition.
  15. 15. Construction of State Office Complex at East End of Capitol Park. Landscape of new Central Plaza involved relocation of 8 Historic Trees and over- structure landscape.
  16. 16. Indian Owned 640 acre Section. Master Plan to incorporate Land Use Evaluations for retail, civic buildings, hotels, recreation, entertainment, sports and Urban/Streetscape Design to create a Destination Resort in the Desert.
  17. 17. Featured Joshua Tree Species Rescue & Preservation
  18. 18. 15,000 acre site outside of Seoul. Master Plan a new town surrounding technology based research and manufacturing industry. Plan to retain much of the site’s natural features while planning for relocated factories, new town center, parks and golf courses.
  19. 19. 3.9 acre site incorporating an over-structure Plaza and Lush Landscape areas.
  20. 20. Orange County Great Park: Needs Assessment Study to identify programming for the 165 acre ‘Sports Park’ Component of Orange County’s Great Park in Irvine, California. County Inventories and Surveys conducted to form the Programming Concepts.
  21. 21. Aliso Viejo, CA The first Community ‘Designed’ Park in Aliso Viejo. This 4 acre Park was initiated by and responded to public outreach and collaboration and carefully integrated joint benefit issues importa nt to the adjacent K-6 School.
  22. 22. Story ‘Room’ Tactile Nature Tiles Aliso Viejo, CA Dry StreamR Bed Watering Hole
  23. 23. Located on a 7 acre parcel as part of the 32 acre Civic Center Master Plan, this Center features a 45,000 S.F. building with public/private outdoor meeting spaces, outdoor living room with fire pit, a classical formal garden and streetscape plan.
  24. 24. The Library Building is located in the National Historic District in the heart of “Old Town” Orange. The Library Landscape celebrates the City’s past with the restoration and featured inclusion of the original 1890’s Plaza Fountain, an outdoor History Walk and Plant Palette selected to reflect Orange’s agrarian roots.