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46 Landscape Architect and Specifier News Knock Out Roses Rosa 'Knock Out' Japonica 'Mountain Fire' Pieris japonica Emerald Magic Holly Ilex meserveae Dwarf Nikko Deutzia Deutzia gracilis 'Niko' Daylily Hemoerocallis Daylily Gold Flame Spirea Spirea x bumalda 'Goldflame' between the various architectural styles of the campus buildings. The walkway is now a linear pedestrian corridor that connects all buildings and the existing and proposed courtyards, alcoves, and seating areas, throughout the core campus. The varying architectural styles are complemented by LED wall sconces from both Hess America and another manufacturer, selected because they transcend many architectural styles and provide quality lighting and a great first impression of the building entrance. Project Team: Owner Representative: Maureen M. Lawrence, Vice President, Finance & Operations, Brookdale Community College Landscape Architect: Adam M. Alexander, LLA (Partner Engineering and Science) Civil and Electrical Engineer: Partner Engineering and Science Architect: Thomas S. Perrino, AIA, LEED AP, Spiezle Architectural Group, Inc. General Contractor: Circle A Construction, Foreman: Charles Newbury Lighting Consultant: Ryan Clarke, Liberty Lighting Group Lighting: Sternberg Lighting Vista Professional Outdoor Lighting HessAmerica Site Furnishings: Benches: Victor Stanley Sculpture: Terra Sculpture Bike Rack: Custom Fabrication Left: Sconces from HessAmerica and another manufacturer, including the Residenza 200 LED and a 3.2-watt LED pictured here, were placed on buildings along the walk. They were chosen to complement the contemporary feel of the pole- mounted luminaires. Below: The custom "signal blue" colored bike rack designed by the landscape architect was a success, playing off of the school motto: Success Re-Imagined. It was made for the school by Creative Metal Works in Dayton, Ore.