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Morale, Welfare & Recreation Regional Shore Infrastructure Plan Southeast Region Federal Planning
Project Description:

KTU+A conducted field investigations, workshop facilitation and analysis of the community support/MWR infrastructure at 13 locations in the southeastern United States and the Caribbean to recommend an implementation plan that meets all regional and activity program objectives.

 
Client: NAVFAC Southeast
Status: Complete
Completion Year: 2004
Public Safety Regional Shore Infrastructure Plan Federal Planning
Project Description:

KTU+A's scope included field investigations, workshop facilitation, analysis and recommendations for 15 locations. The study provides a comprehensive analysis of the public safety infrastructure including ATFP, public safety and physical security (fire, police, port and landside security). It included a review of the existing vulnerability assessments, installation-wide assessments of asset criticality and prioritization of vulnerabilities, alternative solutions, and implementation strategies, macro-level recommendations for ATFP countermeasures, and prioritization of recommendations.

 
Client: NAVFAC Southeast
Status: Complete
Completion Year: 2005
San Jose Christian College Education
Project Description:

San Jose Christian College, renamed William Jessup University, is the first evangelical Christian college situated between Fresno and Redding, California. The 128 acre modern campus was originally a part of the Herman Miller furniture manufacturing plant designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry. Later, Russ Taylor of the Taylor, Teter Group in Fresno, California developed the award-winning campus redesign. KTU+A was hired to design the preliminary landscape architectural drawings for its retrofit and expansion which included on-campus housing, a student dining center, and additional athletic and music facilities.

 
Client: Taylor Teeter Group
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Key Personnel: Kurt Carlson
San Diego Medical Examiners Forensics Center Health Care
Project Description:

The San Diego Medical Examiners project will include a 84,000 s.f. facility at 2 stories tall, with 3,000 s.f. , storage building, parking for approximately 150 cars, one main entrance to lobby, one secondary entrance, outdoor courtyard and associated landscape concepts for accent and continuity. KTU+A designed the overall master landscape plan and construction drawing package. The landscape was to provide a sustainable design of shade trees, permeable materials, decomposed granite, drought tolerant plant materials and a low precipitation type irrigation system of bubblers, drip and spray heads. A courtyard feature was provided for employees with seatwalls and enhanced paving.

 
Client: Harley Ellis Devereaux
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Sea World Bike / Path Construction Admin Mobility
Project Description:

Bike and Pedestrian Promenade, Sesame Play Area

 
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A/E Europe Naples, Italy Federal Planning
Project Description:

KTU+A prepared basic facilities requirements for NAVFAC in Naples Italy.

 
Client: NAVFAC Atlantic, GSIPT
Status: Complete
Completion Year: 2008
Desert Diamond Casino Tucson, AZ Hospitality
Project Description:

"KTU+A is providing landscape architectural services for the renovation and expansion of the Desert Diamond Casino on lands of the Tohona O’odham Nation. The complex includes a casino, and 200-room hotel with banquet and conference facilities, a childcare center and a gymnasium. The overall landscape design intent is to create a visual extension of the Sonoran desert with earth tones of crushed rock mulch, Catalina boulders and native Sonoran plant materials. Icons and images of the Tohono O’odham culture will be incorporated into the landscape elements, including the water features, paving and site furnishings.

A three-part water feature representing the natural water sources found in the three desert environments will flank the entrance to the casino: the mountains; the foothills; and the desert floor. Wildlife sculptures will be incorporated into the water features to add a sense of scale and emphasize the surrounding desert environment.

The hotel entrance will highlight a unique water feature resembling a Tohono O’odham “Man in the Maze” basket with water flowing into the center. The area surrounding the basket fountain will be encircled by eleven evenly spaced Saguaros alternating with eleven thematic bollards and decorative bands representing the eleven districts of the Tohono O’odham culture."

 
Client: JCJ Blackman
Status: Complete
Completion Year: 2007
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