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Light Fixture Diagram

Manufacturer:
Sternberg Vintage Lighting
7401 Oak Park Ave.
Niles, IL 60714
Phone: 847-588-3400
Fax: 847-588-3440
Model:
MS805B
Size:
3/4″ = 1′
Finish/Color:
Verde Green
Special Features:
Photo cell (if applicable)

(or similar)

Bench

White Oak Bench

Local Craftsperson:
Kirkpatrick Woodworks
Jim Kirkpatrick
3315-C Highway 54 West
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
919-942-6800

(or similar)

Manufacturer:
Victor Stanley, Inc.
Brick House Road
Dunkirk, MD 20754
Phone: 301-855-8300
Fax: 410-257-7579
Model:
Ironsides Bethesda Series S-42
Size:
36 gallon
Finish/Color:
VSI Green – PMS 567C
Powder Coat
Special Features:
  • Solid 3/8″ – thick vertical steel bars
  • High strength 36 gallon plastic liner
  • Spun steel tapered lid
  • Four leveling feet
  • Mounting assembly (for one anchor bolt)
  • Recycling labels

(or similar)

Trash Can

Recycling

Manufacturer:
Sunshine-U-Lok Corp.
31316 Via Colinas, Suite 102
Westlake Village, CA 91362
Phone: 818-707-0110
Fax: 818-707-0111
Model:
Wave-Lok
Size:
5 or 8 bicycles per rack
35″ in height (total rack – 48″)
Finish/Color:
Black
Polyvinyl
Special Features:
In-ground Mount

(or similar)
Bicycle racks should be accessible by bicycle, and paths with outdoor stairways should be avoided. Each bicycle rack should be as close as possible to the perceived destination of the bicyclist (doorways, entrance ways, etc.). Building overhangs and other sheltered locations should be used for bicycle racks when possible to provide protection from the elements. Street-curb cuts and ramps should be made to allow bicyclists easy access to buildings and structures.

Bike Rack

Bike Rack Diagram

Bike Rack

WalkwayNew walkways should be carefully planned to connect major destinations and offer pedestrians safe, accessible and relatively direct travel. These new walkways should be indicated on the schematic design site plan. Steps and features hazardous to the visually impaired should be avoided. Special consideration should be given to locations where pedestrian pathways cross vehicular routes. On campus-controlled roads, brick paving material should continue across the vehicular route where pedestrian traffic is meant to dominate. Existing brick paving materials and patterns should be matched. Brick walls should be dry-laid (see Standard detail). Brick walks that provide service or emergency vehicle access should be built on a concrete base. Consistent widths should be maintained across the campus.

Standard widths:

Major pedestrian corridors:
16 ft. wide
Major pedestrian walks:
8 ft. wide
Minor walks:
6 ft. wide

*Courtesy of, “Design Guidelines,” A Guide to Physical Development, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1988, Johnson, Johnson and Roy

Bollards

Manufacturer:
Sternberg Vintage Lighting
7401 Oak Park Ave.
Niles, IL 60714
Phone: 847-588-3400
Fax: 847-588-3440
Model:
6201
Size:
3/4″ = 1′
Finish/Color:
Verde Green
Special Features:
  • Welded for single unit construction
  • Removable

(or similar)

  • The ornamental lamb’s tongue end piece should match the end piece used on handrails to complement one another.
  • Bronze railings are preferred.
  • Painted steel is acceptable.
Guardrail Elevation

Traditional Guardrail

Screen Walls

  • Ideally, perforated brick should be used to better hide loading docks and trash receptacle sites.
  • Loading and service doors should be designed with as much care as front doors.
External Stairs

  • Stone (preferably granite) should particularly be used at main entrances.
  • Concrete is also acceptable.