SITE PLANNING

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Landscape Development | Bakersfield, CA

New Industrial and Office Building

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Site planning generally begins by assessing a potential site for development through site analysis. Information about slope, soils, hydrology, vegetation, parcel ownership, orientation, etc. are assessed and mapped. By determining areas that are better or poor for development (such as floodplain or steep slopes), the planner or designer can assess the optimal location and design a structure that works within this space.

Designed for C+M Architecture Inc.

Avalon Investments Co. | Valencia, CA

New Warehouse and Office Building

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Site planning involved parking analysis with new layout, potential building size, building setback boundaries along with utility analysis plans to avoid erecting the building above power lines, sewer lines, gas lines,....etc. Driveways were designed with concrete and scoring lines for a decorative pattern and with the appropriate widths and turning radius for the fire trucks to get around in case of a fire emergency. Baby trees were planted per parking requirements, vegetation and shrubs were kept at a minimum to conserve on water.

Designed for C+M Architecture Inc.

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RiverCourt Business Park | Valencia, CA

Tibbetts & Hopkins 11 Office & Warehouse Building Site Planning

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Designed for C+M Architecture Inc.

 

Zadeh Properties | Valencia, CA

Citibank Branch Office Building Site Planning

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Designed for C+M Architecture Inc.

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Sand Canyon Medical Park | Sand Canyon, CA

4 Office Building and Site Planning

This 22,800 office and warehouse building required a cost-conscious design to be realized. A tight construction budget was met by designing a tilt-up concrete panel structure. To make this building appeal to the market place and still realize an optimum construction budget, we utilized bold color, minimal finish materials, and details. The building entrances were emphasized through the use of glass, colorful decorative canopies, and bold form.

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Designed for C+M Architecture Inc.