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Door Schedule Family and Type Count Level Double-Glass 1: 72" x 84" 2 GROUND FLOOR Single-Flush: 36" x 84" 9 GROUND FLOOR

Sliding-2 panel: 72" x 84" 2 GROUND FLOOR Double-Glass 1: 72" x 84" 2 2ND FLOOR Single-Flush: 36" x 84" 1 2ND FLOOR

Room Schedule Name Level AUDITORIUM 2ND FLOOR BATHROOM 1 GROUND FLOOR BATHROOM 2 GROUND FLOOR BATHROOM 3 2ND FLOOR CAFE 2ND FLOOR CHILDREN'S AREA GROUND FLOOR GREEN ROOF 2ND FLOOR HEAD LIBRARIANS OFFICE GROUND FLOOR HISTORY ROOM GROUND FLOOR MECHANICAL ROOM GROUND FLOOR MEETING ROOM 1 GROUND FLOOR MEETING ROOM 2 GROUND FLOOR OPEN AREA GROUND FLOOR OPEN AREA 2 2ND FLOOR STAFF BATHROOM GROUND FLOOR STAFF WORKROOM GROUND FLOOR Planting Schedule Family and Type RPC Tree - Deciduous: American Beech - 20' RPC Tree - Deciduous: Blue Berry Elder - 15' RPC Tree - Deciduous: Common Apple - 20' RPC Tree - Deciduous: Fraxinus - 18' RPC Tree - Deciduous: Golden Chain - 18' RPC Tree - Deciduous: Gray Birch - 10' RPC Tree - Deciduous: Hawthorn - 25' RPC Tree - Deciduous: Honey Locust - 25' RPC Tree - Deciduous: Japanese Cherry - 15' RPC Tree - Deciduous: Kousa Dogwood - 10' RPC Tree - Deciduous: Red Maple - 30' RPC Tree - Deciduous: Siberian Crab Apple 20'

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Activity 4.1.5 Site Visit Checklist
Penelope and I visited our site in Hamilton County in Noblesville with Penelope Cox at 2 p.m. The weather was moderately sunny and we took numerous pictures of adjacent buildings as well as different angles of the site itself. We put up flags and stakes on the corners of the lot, but took them down to capture photos to get a full picture of our lot without anything blocking our line of sight for a clearer view. The roads surrounding our site were very busy with commotion and it was somewhat noisy. This is an Aerial View of our site.

This could play a role in what type of vegetation we will choose to plant when we do our landscaping for our site, since some landscaping will block sound. There were few trees along the site of our lot close to the road. We concluded from out surroundings that much vegetation is needed for our site to be a quieter for our readers using the Noblesville Library after it is built.

.Penelope took this photo of our site standing on Cumberland Road.

This is a photo of Cumberland Road and the intersection of Cumberland Road and Monument Street. We also tried to include photos of structures next to our site as well as the roads next to it. We also retrieved some samples of the soil from our site. We took soil samples from all four corners of our plot of land as well as the very center of the plot. We had to use several tools to make sure we were in the exact center of our plot. The soil matched our predictions that we made on our Soil Report and it had a gravelly soft texture. Our site didn’t seem to have a particular smell to it and the area didn’t have a smell to it as well. The terrain was adequate for our Keystone Library and we thought it would be suitable to use this plot of land. There was no standing water next to our plot of land and we didn’t see any potential dangers in regards to environmental contamination or hazards. There was no evidence of historical artifiacts or endangered species, so they wouldn’t be potential problems when building our library. We were also sure to make note of the traffic on the streets adjacent to our site. We took a car count of 7 cars a minute and concluded that this area would be quite busy with many people coming and going from different directions to get to nearby buildings or passing from one place to another. We didn’t encounter any traffic congestion that could potentially block vehicle flow as we observed the traffic flow on the roads for 30 minutes. We enjoyed our time spent observing our plot for a couple of hours to ensure that our library would be a best fit for the area and to take detailed notes and make various observations of our site.

This is a view of the Hamilton County Community Corrections building from out plot of land

.This is a building that is adjacent to our plot called Merideth Bail Bonds that was down the road from our site.

.This is a photo of Monument Street.

This is a building across from our lot called Noble Run.

This a picture of our plot from standing on Cumberland Street.

This is a photo of our plot from standing on Monument Street.

This is a view of our plot from the intersection of Monument Street and Cumberland Road.

This is a photo of one of our soil samples from the site.

Alexis Narvaez Penelope Cox Civil Engineering and Architecture

Our Landscaping Plan and Plant Type Information:
We chose a variety of trees to put on our landscaping plan. These are also the kinds of trees that we are using for our green roof as well as on the outside of our building. We chose these trees to add flair and variety to our Keystone Modern Library building. We know the public will appreciate their beauty as well.

Lady Fern

Lady Fern is a deciduous, perennial fern about 24 to 36 inches tall. Its light green, lacy leaves are about 24 to 30" long and 6 to 9" wide and tapered at both ends. The fronds are cut twice and grow from a central base. We thought this fern looked simple and would be easy to care for. Also, this fern grows in part shade as well.

Colorado Blue Spruce Tree This type of tree was priced at 1.99 which was relativity low compared to other trees that we found were native in the region of Hamilton County. This is a tall tree that requires full sun and needs to be watered once a week. One benefit of this tree is that its size would block sound and its aesthetic purpose of its beauty. One fine characteristic of the Colorado Blue Spruce tree is that it doesn't normally require pruning. This tree can also live to be to very old and would stay for a very long time.

Maple Red Tree The Maple Red Tree would add color to our library all year round. It requires full sun and its flowers are also red. This tree would draw attention to our library as well as change colors during different seasons. Green stems turn red in winter. New leaves are red-tinged, turning to green. Fall color is deep red or yellow. This tree can also grow in different types of soils as well. This tree can also provide shade for people at the library during the hotter summer heat. It costs $7.98 each.

Boxwood (Korean) This boxwood should be trimmed once or twice a year to maintain neatness. This boxwood is a bright green color which would make our library seem brighter. It also releases a fragrant smell during the months of April and May when its small flowers are in bloom.They can

grow in full to partial sun and grows four to six inches per year. It costs $3.98 each.

Sugar Maple Tree Medium to dark-green leaves turn yellow, burnt orange or red in fall. Tolerates shade, likes a well-drained, moderately moist, fertile soil. It is a tree that grows in full sun and has a slow to medium growth. Its beauty will add to our library and its colors will attract attention as well.Pruning is usually done during late summer or fall season. They cost $7.98 each.

Mangola Saucer Tree This a small low-branched tree with large, saucershaped flowers. Its early-spring blossoms are pinkish-purple outside, and white on the inside. It is a medium fast-growing tree, with good pollution tolerance. This tree likes moist, deep, acid soil and full sun. It is a bushy tree that resembles a large shrub. It is aesthetically pleasing to the eye as well. They cost $7.98 each.

Japanese Flowering Cherry (Yoshino) This tree is blooms in the spring with fragrant, whitepink flowers; oriental branching pattern. It also has glossy bark as well as dark-green leaves. This tree likes full sun, and typically well-drained soil. This

beautiful tree will add life to our library. They cost $8.98 each.

Spruce,White Tree This tree is an evergreen tree, so it can stay green all around. It is a straight, tall tree easily recognized by its needles. The cones always hang down. It has a beautiful year-round color. This tree can tolerate most soil conditions. It required full sun and it costs $2.49 each. It is a very tall tree as well.

Scots Pine Scotch pine is a beautiful evergreen which is hardy and adaptable to nearly all climates. It is used as either a windbreak or a single specimen. It has slow to medium growth and requires full sun. It costs $2.49 each. It can also grow in various soils. There are many color variations within

the species too. It blooms with yellow flowers around April or May.

Paper Birch Tree The Paper Birch offers year-round beauty, with smooth white bark, brilliant yellow fall leaves, and stately grace against the winter sky. It does best in full sun, well-drained, acid, moist, sandy, or silty loam soils. It costs 7.98 each and can grow in various soils. It requires full sun as well.

Fir, White (Concolor Fir) This tree is an evergreen tree that is 2.49 each and can grow very tall in full sun. The beautiful White (or Concolor) Fir has light-colored bark and silver blue-green needles. It tolerates most soils and drought. It has slow to medium growth and can bloom with red flowers around April or May.