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2010 Work Samples

  1. 1. Gordon W. Perkins - Representative Work Samples Cape Wind Associates New York Regional Interconnect Iberdrola Renewables PPM Renewable Energy Atlantic Renewable Florida Power and Light (Nextera Renewables) Dominion energy Horizon energy DestiNY Usa Brookfield Energy National Grid Deepwater Wind New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Town of Cicero, NY City of Syracuse, NY Boreal Renewable Development New York State DOT New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation Foresight energy Waste Management Village of Skaneateles, NY Moresville Energy Center (06-065.61M) Long Island Power Authority New York Power Authority Sithe Energy Jamestown Board of Public Utilities Invenergy Everpower City Of Buffalo, NY Gordon W. Perkins 308 Catherine Street Syracuse, New York 13203 315.416.0051 www.gwperkins.com/quals
  2. 2. 3-D Visualization Gordon W. Perkins Project: Village of Hamilton, Municipal Building Visualization Client: McSweeney Architects 308 Catherine Street Status: Under Development Syracuse, New York 13203 315.416.0051 Application: Autodesk 3-D Studio Max, Photoshop and AutoCAD www.gwperkins.com/quals
  3. 3. Rendering and Mapping Property of Saratoga Associates Gordon W. Perkins Project: Hamlet of Brewerton Revitalization Visualization Client: Town of Cicero 308 Catherine Street Status: Under Development Syracuse, New York 13203 315.416.0051 Application: AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop www.gwperkins.com/quals
  4. 4. Visual Impact Assessment Property of Saratoga Associates Gordon W. Perkins Project: Confidential Visualization Client: NA 308 Catherine Street Status: Demonstration Syracuse, New York 13203 315.416.0051 Application: Autodesk 3-D Studio Max, Photoshop and AutoCAD www.gwperkins.com/quals
  5. 5. Visual Impact Assessment Property of Saratoga Associates Gordon W. Perkins Project: Confidential Visualization Client: NA 308 Catherine Street Status: Under Development Syracuse, New York 13203 315.416.0051 Application: Autodesk 3-D Studio Max, Photoshop and AutoCAD www.gwperkins.com/quals
  6. 6. Rendering and Mapping Property of Saratoga Associates Gordon W. Perkins Project: Moresville Energy Center Visualization Client: Invenergy LLC 308 Catherine Street Status: Under Development Syracuse, New York 13203 315.416.0051 Application: Global Mapper, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign www.gwperkins.com/quals
  7. 7. Rendering and Mapping Property of EDR, P.C. Gordon W. Perkins Project: DESTINY USA Visualization Client: DESTINY USA 308 Catherine Street Status: Under Development Syracuse, New York 13203 315.416.0051 Application: Autodesk 3-D Studio Max, Adobe Photoshop www.gwperkins.com/quals
  8. 8. Visual Impact Assessment Property of EDR, P.C. Gordon W. Perkins Project: Jamestown Clean Coal Project Simulation Visualization Client: Jamestown BPU 308 Catherine Street Status: Under Development Syracuse, New York 13203 315.416.0051 Application: Autodesk 3-D Studio Max, Photoshop and AutoCAD www.gwperkins.com/quals
  9. 9. Visual Impact Assessment Property of EDR, P.C. Gordon W. Perkins Project: Dairy Hill Wind Power Visualization Client: Horizon Wind Energy 308 Catherine Street Status: Under Development Syracuse, New York 13203 315.416.0051 Application: Autodesk 3-D Studio Max, Photoshop and AutoCAD www.gwperkins.com/quals
  10. 10. Visual Impact Assessment Property of EDR, P.C. Gordon W. Perkins Project: Confidential Wind Project Visualization Client: NA 308 Catherine Street Status: Under Development Syracuse, New York 13203 315.416.0051 Application: Global Mapper, AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator www.gwperkins.com/quals
  11. 11. Visual Impact Assessment Property of EDR, P.C. Gordon W. Perkins Project: Maple Ridge Wind Power Project Visualization Client: PPM Renewable Energy 308 Catherine Street Status: Under Development Syracuse, New York 13203 315.416.0051 Application: Global Mapper, Adobe Photoshop www.gwperkins.com/quals
  12. 12. Visual Impact Assessment Property of EDR, P.C. Gordon W. Perkins Project: Transmission Facility Visualization Client: National Grid 308 Catherine Street Status: Completed Syracuse, New York 13203 315.416.0051 Application: Autodesk 3-D Studio Max, Photoshop and AutoCAD www.gwperkins.com/quals
  13. 13. Rendering and Mapping R Brookfield Power Recreation Sites Raquette River Recreation Corridor Fascinating Facts aquette River See corresponding numbers on map. (Reverse Side) 12. Higley Flow Picnic Area and Boat Launch - Big • According to some legends, the Raquette River 1. Piercefield - Canoe portage approximately 1/4 Rock Park and boat launch. Concrete boat ramp, derives its name from the French word for parking, canoe portage (less than 1/3 mile), fishing mile long, ADA - accessible fishing platform, parking, fishing access. access, and picnic facilities. “snowshoe.” Some consider the mouth of the river to resemble the shape of a snowshoe. Others point Recreation Corridor 2. Parmenter Campsite - 16 campsites (fee charged) 13. Colton Portage - 3.5 miles along Pipeline Road to English transformations of Indian names for with composting restrooms, boat launch, fishing. with rest areas. Stone Valley Trail parallels the river “swift” or “noisy.” reach on each side. • The Raquette River is approximately 170 miles 3. Carry Falls Dam Site - Features a boat launch, day 14. Scenic Overlook and Portage - Roadside long and is the second-longest river in New York use area and fishing access. Canoe portage around parking and picnic facilities. Portage approximately State, exceeded only by the Hudson River. the dam is approximately 600 feet long. There are directional signs on site. 1.5 miles to canoe access area. Southern terminus of • The area is rich in history, dating back to escapes to Red Sandstone Trail near scenic overlook. Canada during the Revolutionary War and frequent 4. Stark Hydroelectric Facility - features boat launch, travel in the mid-1800s. picnic facilities, and fishing access. 15. Sugar Island Day-Use Area - Area located on Sugar Island features canoe access, picnic facilities, • Boat launches and canoe or kayak access sites • Traveling from Blue Mountain Lake all the way to 5. Blake Boat Launch - Canoe access to Blake fishing access, and hiking trails. Day use parking at the St. Lawrence River, the elevation gradient along Reservoir at boat launch. P15 (northern terminus of Red Sandstone Trail). • Hunting and fishing access areas, including ADA- the Raquette River changes 1,512 feet, from 1,662 accessible locations 6. McNeil Campsite - 70 campsites (fee charged) with feet above mean sea level at Blue Mountain Lake to 16. Norwood Boat Launch - Concrete launch, • Picnic areas ADA accessibility, restrooms, showers, supervised 150 feet above mean sea level at the mouth of the parking, ADA-accessible fishing platform, and picnic • Campsites with ADA accessibility swimming beach, playground, boat launch, fishing facilities. Canoe access and portage (approximately river. access, and picnic facilities. 1/3 mile). • Portage routes • Hiking trails 7. Blake Hydroelectric Facility - 3/8 mile portage 17. Yaleville Hydroelectric Facility - Canoe access Tips and Guidelines around Blake Dam. Access to Dead Creek from • Scenic overlooks and portage (approximately 1/10 mile) and picnic • Wear a Coast Guard-approved life jacket or other White Hill Road (north of Blake Dam Site) is available. • Day use and overnight facilities personal flotation device for water activities. facilities. Look for signage on White Hill Road for direction to an • Restrooms • Observe signs and barriers along the route – stay unnamed road leading to a parking area for access to 18. East Norfork Canoe Portage - Over 1 mile from • Beaches clear of dams and intakes and other restricted Dead Creek. the East Norfolk impoundment, to the Norfolk access areas near hydro plants. • Park and recreation areas location. South end of portage provides fishing 8. Rainbow Falls Hydroelectric Facility - Boat • Directional and access signs • Pack a first aid kit, compass, flashlight, matches, access and parking. Access signs and directional launch, picnic facilities, and fishing access. 1/3 mile • Informational brochures and map. signs. portage to Five Falls Reservoir. • Before departing, notify others of your plans. 19. Raymondville Cartop Boat Launch - Fishing • Please pick up litter and pack-out your trash. 9. Five Falls Hydroelectric Facility - Boat launch, picnic facilities, and fishing access.The portage is access, parking and picnic areas. There is a short Sample Recreational Uses • Disturbing wildlife, picking wild flowers, defacing carry (less than 500 feet) around the Raymondville just over 1/2 mile. Portage follows River Road to the One way to experience the Raquette River is to take trees, and cutting standing vegetation is Dam to the canoe access area. prohibited. access area. advantage of Brookfield Power’s facilities from the Carry Falls Dam down to South Colton. Starting from location • Feel free to fish along the route. 10. Recreation Site (South Colton Reservoir) - Boat launch and fishing access. 3 on the map, you can make use of the boat launch and • Please respect the rights of private landowners portage area around the dam (approximately 600 feet and use only designated portage routes. 11. South Colton Portage - Portage along Raquette River Road to canoe access passing ADA-accessible long). Fishing and hunting access is also available from • FOR YOUR SAFETY, AVOID AREAS SUCH AS fishing platform on Stowe Lane. Or continue on this area. Alternatively, you may decide to simply stay DAMS, INTAKE STRUCTURES, GATES, WATER Raquette River Road approximately 2/3 mile, crossing in this one area and enjoy the day use area. Similarly, CONVEYANCE STRUCTURES, POWERHOUSES Rt. 56 to Cold Brook Drive (calm water access). the Stark Hydroelectric Facilities (map location 4) offers AND SUBSTATIONS. ¶ picnic facilities and fishing access. Directional and Source: Adirondack Canoe Waters - North Flow by Paul access signs are provided along the 0.75 mile portage. Jamieson (Adirondack Mountain Club) Campers will be pleased to find that 70 campsites are available at the McNeil Campsite (map location 6), with Amenities and Activities ADA accessibility, restrooms, and showers. There’s also a supervised swimming beach, boat launch, fishing, What’s your pleasure? Canoeing. Fishing. Hiking. and picnic facilities. Blake, Rainbow Falls, and Five Hunting. Camping. Bird watching. Picnicking. These Falls reservoirs offer some of the most scenic portions recreational activities and more are available to you as of Brookfield Power’s route. Here one can experience you experience the splendor of one of the Adirondacks’ quiet shorelines interrupted by sightings of beaver, finest waterway corridors. Take a journey down the deer, loon, kingfisher, or perhaps even bald eagle. This Raquette River and discover the pleasures of wilderness nature-rich area features a rich variety of conifers and exploration. Your trek can be as brief as several hours deciduous trees along forested shores. A trek from or as long as several days. To make your journey safe, the Carry Falls reservoir (map location 3) to the South enjoyable, and convenient, multiple resources and Colton site might take as much as two days, figuring in amenities are available to you along Brookfield Power’s time for portage and carry. For the sake of convenience, Raquette River canoe route and recreation corridor. your party might want to have a vehicle (or drop-off and Brookfield Power facilitates your enjoyment of these pick-up) available at each end of the journey. recreational resources by providing: Regional Location Map Property of EDR, P.C. Gordon W. Perkins Project: Recreational Brochure Visualization Client: Brookfield Power 308 Catherine Street Status: Published Syracuse, New York 13203 315.416.0051 Application: Global Mapper, AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign www.gwperkins.com/quals

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