Site Plan - City of Madison

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Site Plan - City of Madison
GRANDVIEW COMMONS
TOWN CENTER
Madison, Wisconsin
I BLOCK PHASE 2
J-2
1.
Location Map/Cover Page
2.
Site Plan
3.
Grading & Erosion Control Plan
4.
Utilities Plan
I-5 Townhomes
5.
Garage Level & 1st Floor Plans
6.
2nd Floor & Roof Plans
7.
Elevations
I-6, I-7, I-8 Fourplexes
8.
Site Plan
9.
Lower Level & 1st Floor Plans
10.
2nd Floor & Roof Plans
11.
Elevations
I-9 Townhomes
12.
Site Plan
13.
Lower Level Floor Plans
14.
1st Floor Plan
15.
2nd Floor Plan
16.
Roof Plan
17.
Elevations
18.
Elevations
I-10, I-11, I-12 Fourplexes
19.
Site Plan
20.
Lower Level & 1st Floor Plans
21.
2nd Floor & Roof Plans
22.
Elevations
I Block Phase 2
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I-3
I-4
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I-12
I-10
I-5
I-9
I-6
I-8
I-7
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Halley Way
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24.
Gemini Drive
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E-1
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Lot 455
0710-112-1501-1
610 Hercules Trail
5818 Charon Lane
Lot 456
0710-112-1502-9
617 Jupiter Drive
5802 Charon Lane
C-2
C-1
C-3
B-4
Drive
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G-1
Landscape Plan
Lighting Plan
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North Star Drive
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C O T T A G E
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B-3
G R O V E
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C-5
C-4
R O A D
0'
North
150'
300’
2007
21 February 2007
GENERAL
Digging
Contact local Digger's Hotline prior to any digging.
Topsoil
Topsoil shall be classified as a sandy loam soil to silty loam. No organic topsoil from peaty
sources will be accepted. Topsoil imported from a local supplier shall be stripped and
stockpiled for more than 12 months to be relatively free of viable weed seeds. Topsoil shall be
sifted and/or screened to be free of stones and clay lumps, plants or other extraneous materials.
MULCHING
Install a 3" layer of shredded bark throughout tree, shrub, and perennial planting beds. For
trees in lawn, install a 4-5’ diameter circle of mulch around each tree. Do not allow mulch to
touch plant stems. Contractor shall provide shredded bark mulch from disease-free hardwood
trees. Provide generally flat bark, maximum of 1" wide and 4" long, graded down to sawdust,
and relatively free of deleterious matter.
STONE MULCH AT COURTYARDS
Install 3” depth of ¾” to 1 ½” diameter washed stone mulch. Place over weed cloth on
compacted subgrade as located on plan.
Fine Grading
Inspect site and verify that adequate topsoil has been provided for all seed and planting beds.
Remove all trash and stone exceeding 2 inches in diameter from area to a depth of 2 inches
prior to bed preparation and planting. Fine grade to within 1/2” of finished grade. All lawn areas
to be sloped evenly to sheet drain and approximate contours on grading plan.
BED EDGING
All planting beds adjacent to turf areas shall be edged with a straight-face poly-vinyl edging,
Slim-Edg, by Oly-Ola Edgings, Inc., or approved equal. Install per manufacturer’s instructions.
Boulder Retaining Walls
Walls shall be made with fieldstone boulders varying in size from 8” to 36” in diameter. Obtain
approval from landscape architect for specific type and source of boulders prior to ordering
material. Each wall shall be uniform flat elevation across the top, with variation along the
bottom elevation per grading plan.
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B.
C.
D.
E.
TURF SEDING
Proportions by common name by weight
Barron kentucky bluegrass
20 %
Liberty kentucky bluegrass
20 %
Pennlawn fescue
20 %
Prelude ii perennial ryegrass
20 %
Palmer ii perennial ryegrass
20 %
PLANTING
Apply at the rate of 5 Lbs. per 1000 Sf.
Plant starter mix
A 2:1 ratio mix of two parts peat moss and one part manure. Available at certified peat & sod,
New Berlin, WI (414-542-2270 for information) or approved equal.
Method of grass seeding may be varied at discretion of Contractor on their responsibility to
establish smooth, uniform turf composed of the grasses specified.
x
x
x
x
Substitutions
Substitutions/changes of plantings must be approved by landscape architect.
Plant staking
Landscape contractor shall stake trees and shrub locations in the field and obtain approval from
landscape architect prior to planting.
Trees
Pocket plant and back fill pits with a mix of 10% plant starter mix, and 90% existing soil. Tree
holes to be at least 2 times the spread diameter of the root ball. Use shovel to rough up sides of
exposed walls. Set depth of root ball to be same as grown in nursery or slightly higher if
planting in clay soil.
Shrubs
Pocket plant and back fill pits with a mix of 10% plant starter mix, and 90% existing soil. Set
depth of root ball to be same as grown in nursery or slightly higher if planting in clay soil.
Perennials:
Condition topsoil in perennial planting beds by adding 3" plant starter mix. Add bone meal and
milorganite, each at the rate of 1-2 lbs. per 100 S.F. Add granular sulfur at the rate of 3-4 lbs.
per 100 S.F. Rototill to blend and re-grade as necessary. Set plant depth to be same as grown
in nursery. Water-in well.
x
Spread lawn fertilizer per manufacturer’s specifications.
Do not seed following rain or if surface has been compacted by rain.
Do not seed when wind velocity exceeds 6 m.p.h.
Method of mulching may be varied at discretion of contractor. Fiber mulch to be mixed
with seed and fertilizer if hydroseeding. Or, protect seeded areas by spreading straw
mulch to form a continuous blanket over seeded areas.
Keep seedbed moist for next 4 weeks.
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Period – Contractor shall provide regular maintenance until a date of 60 days after
completion of planting. Maintenance shall begin when planting is started for ongoing planting
areas. Maintenance operations shall include watering, weeding, and mowing. Contactor shall
provide temporary irrigation equipment if needed to provide a minimum of 1” of water per week
throughout the maintenance period for all planting areas.
PLANT GUARANTEE
The landscape contractor shall guarantee to replace once, without charge, any woody plant
material (deciduous or evergreen trees & shrubs) that dies within one year of installation,
providing the owner gives normal plant care (regular watering). The owner must report plant
losses within the guarantee period.
FENCES
All fences will comply with Grandview Commons Fencing Guidelines.
Decidous Trees
SYM.
AF
AGL
GT
QR
SYM.
PG
PP
PN
SYM.
AG
CV
MD
MS
SYM.
AA
CS
CSI
DL
FN
HA
HK
RA
RCB
SBA
SBC
SBG
SJ
SM
VC
VDA
VD
VL
VO
VP
WW
SYM.
JCF
JCM
JCK
JCS
JH
TMD
TOT
SYM.
AC
HS
HSW
HSP
HSE
HAP
IS
MSR
NF
OC
PAH
PA
RF
SA
SN
SS
BOTANICAL NAME
Acer x freemanii 'Autumn Blaze'
Aesculus glabra
Gleditsia triacanthos 'Shademaster'
Quercus rubra
Evergreen Trees
BOTANICAL NAME
Picea glauca var. Densata
Picea pungens
Pinus nigra
Ornamental Trees
BOTANICAL NAME
Amelanchier x g. 'Autumn Brilliance'
Crataegus viridis 'Winterking'
Malus x 'Donald Wyman'
Malus x 'Sentinel'
Decidous Shrubs
BOTANICAL NAME
Aronia arbutifolia 'Brilliantissima'
Cornus sericea
Cornus sericea 'Isanti'
Diervilla lonicera
Forsythia x 'Northern Gold'
Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'
Hypericum kalmianum 'Ames'
Rhus aromatica 'Gro-Low'
Rosa 'Carefree Beauty'
Spiraea x bumalda 'Anthony Waterer'
Spirea x bumalda 'Gold Charm'
Spiraea x bumalda 'Goldflame'
Spiraea japonica 'Little Princess'
Syringa meyeri 'Palibin'
Viburnum carlesii 'Compactum'
Viburnum dentatum 'Autumn Jazz'
Viburnum dentatum
Viburnum lentago
Viburnum opulus 'Compactum'
Viburnum prunifolium
Weigela 'Wine & Roses'
Evergreen Shrubs
BOTANICAL NAME
Juniperus chinensis 'Fairview '
Juniperus chinensis 'Mountbatten'
Juniperus chinensis 'Kallays Compact '
Juniperus chinensis 'Sea Green'
Juniperus horizontalis 'Blue Chip'
Taxus x media 'Densiformis'
Thuja occidentalis 'Techny'
Perennials
BOTANICAL NAME
Astilbe chinensis 'Visions'
Hemerocallis 'Stella 'd Oro'
Hemerocallis 'Summer Wine'
Hosta 'Sun Power'
Hosta sieboldiana 'Elegans'
Hydrangea anomala ssp. petiolaris
Iris siberica x 'Caesars Brother'
Miscanthus sinensis 'Red Flame'
Nepeta x faassenii 'Blue Wonder'
Osmunda claytonia
Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Hamlen'
Phalaris arundinacea 'Feesey'
Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldsturm'
Sedum x 'Autumn Joy'
Sorghastrum nutans
Schizachyrium scoparium
COMMON NAME
Autumn Blaze Maple
Ohio Buckeye
Shademaster Honeylocust
Red Oak
QTY.
7
3
8
5
SIZE
2.5" Cal.
2.5" Cal.
2.5" Cal.
2.5" Cal.
COND.
B/B
B/B
B/B
B/B
SPACING
As shown
As shown
As shown
As shown
POINTS
POINTS
COMMON NAME
Black Hills Spruce
Colorado Green Spruce
Austrian Pine
QTY.
1
2
2
SIZE
6' Ht.
6' Ht.
6' Ht.
COND.
B/B
B/B
B/B
SPACING
As shown
As shown
As shown
POINTS
15
15
15
POINTS
15
30
30
COMMON NAME
Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry
Winterking Hawthorn
Donald Wyman Crabapple
Sentinel Crab
QTY.
10
6
2
2
SIZE
6' Ht.Multi
2" Cal.
2" Cal.
2" Cal.
COND.
B/B
B/B
B/B
B/B
SPACING
As shown
As shown
As shown
As shown
POINTS
15
15
15
15
POINTS
150
90
30
30
COMMON NAME
QTY.
Brilliant Red Chokeberry
72
Redosier Dogwood
8
Isanti Redosier Dogwood
33
Dwarf-bush Honeysuckle
58
Northern Gold Forsythia
3
Annabelle Hydrangea
54
Ames Kalm St. Johnswort
12
Gro-Low Fragrant Sumac
20
Carefree Beauty Rose
40
Anthony Waterer Spirea
35
Gold Charm Spirea
34
Goldflame Spirea
35
Little Princess Spirea
44
Palibin Lilac, Violet-purple
15
Compact Koreanspice Viburnum
6
Autumn Jazz Arrowwood Viburnum
1
Arrowwood Viburnum
5
Nannyberry Viburnum
16
Compact European Viburnum
20
Blackhaw Viburnum
8
Wine & Roses Weigela
28
SIZE
24" Ht.
3' Ht.
18" Ht.
2 Gal.
36" Ht.
2 Gal.
2 Gal.
2 Gal.
2 Gal.
18" Ht.
18" Ht.
18" Ht.
18" Ht.
24" Ht.
24" Ht.
36" Ht.
36" Ht.
36" Ht.
18" Ht.
48" Ht.
2 gal.
COND.
Container
B/B
Container
Container
B/B
Container
Container
Container
Container
B/B
Container
Container
Container
B/B
B/B
B/B
B/B
B/B
B/B
B/B
Container
SPACING
As shown
60" o.c.
48" o.c.
54" o.c.
60" o.c.
48" o.c.
36" o.c.
48" o.c.
30" o.c.
42" o.c.
30" o.c.
30" o.c.
30" o.c.
As shown
As shown
72" o.c.
72" o.c.
60" o.c.
54" o.c.
as shown
30" o.c.
POINTS
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
POINTS
144
16
66
116
6
108
24
40
80
70
68
70
88
30
12
2
10
32
40
16
56
COMMON NAME
Fairview Juniper
Mountbatten Juniper
Kallay's Compact Pfitzer Juniper
Sea Green Juniper
Blue Chip Juniper
Dense Yew
Techny Arborvitae
QTY.
5
12
32
63
13
43
2
SIZE
5' Ht.
5' Ht.
2 Gal.
2 Gal.
3 Gal.
18" Ht.
60" Ht.
COND.
B/B
BB
Container
Container
Container
B/B
B/B
SPACING
As shown
As shown
54" o.c.
60" o.c.
48" o.c.
54" o.c.
As shown
POINTS
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
POINTS
15
36
96
189
39
129
6
COMMON NAME
Visions Astilbe
Low Yellow-Gold Daylily
Summer Wine Daylily
Sun Power Hosta
Blue Giant Hosta
Climbing Hydrangea
Caesars Brother Siberian Iris
Red Flame Miscanthus
Blue Wonder Catmint
Interrupted Fern
Hamlen Dwarf Fountain Grass
Feesey Ribbon Grass
Goldsturm Rudbeckia
Autumn Joy Sedum
Indian Grass
Little Bluestem
QTY.
22
145
90
34
92
11
75
44
30
62
30
84
81
130
45
47
SIZE
4.5"
1 Gal.
1 Gal.
1 Gal.
1 Gal.
2 Gal.
1 Gal.
1 Gal.
1 Gal.
1 Gal.
1 Gal.
1 Gal.
1 Gal.
1 Gal.
1 Gal.
1 Gal.
COND.
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
SPACING
16" o.c.
18" o.c.
18" o.c.
30" o.c.
30" o.c.
As shown
18" o.c.
30" o.c.
24" o.c.
24" o.c.
18" o.c.
18" o.c.
18" o.c.
24" o.c.
36 o.c.
30" o.c.
POINTS
POINTS
Total Points
1,979