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Juno Beach Peace Garden Proposal. April 15, 2011 Presented by Terron & Megan. IODE. Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire A century old charitable organization of women

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Juno beach peace garden proposal

Juno Beach Peace GardenProposal

April 15, 2011

Presented by Terron & Megan


Juno beach peace garden proposal

IODE

  • Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire

    • A century old charitable organization of women

    • Dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals, through education support, community service and citizenship programs

    • Created to support soldiers of the Boer War


Garden shape inspiration

Garden Shape Inspiration

  • Poppy is symbol of remembrance


Satellite image

Satellite Image

  • Useable area outlined in white


Garden location

Garden Location


Layout

Layout

Bench

Bench

Red Paving

Stone

Monument

Garden

Bench

Bench

2 m

6 m


Phase 0 preparation

Phase 0—Preparation

  • Garden design competition

  • Creation of Garden committee (Mike Black, Megan, Terron and Leanna Darling [landscape coordinator])

  • Concept creation and preliminary design

  • Meeting with CBE Grounds Services to determine best site location

  • Site approval signed

  • Fundraising (in process)

  • Budgeting (in process)

  • Needs assessment from all stakeholders (students, teaching staff, parents, administration, area residence)

  • Location of phone lines, natural gas, electric, cable TV, data, water lines, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, catch basins (1 (800) 242-3447)

  • Landscape Architect (Stantec) to help create Master Plan

  • Submit Mater Plan to CBE Grounds services

  • Obtain approval from Community Association, City Parks Association

  • Notify grounds services prior to construction (4 weeks)

  • Secure contractor

  • Purchase of materials


Phase 1

Phase 1

  • General Spring Clean-up

    • Removal of fence

    • Clean up of brush around evergreen green

    • Raking and general maintenance

  • Install security fencing

  • Construction of round raised garden


Phase 2

Phase 2

  • Construction of poppy with red paving stones

  • Option to pursue: poured red concrete


Phase 3

Phase 3

  • Addition of 4 benches

  • Garbage can


Phase 4

Phase 4

  • Centre memorial

  • Planting of ferns around memorial


Phase 5

Phase 5

  • Addition of sidewalks

    • From north west corner of park

    • From school driveway across from front entrance


Phase 6

Phase 6

  • Inspection from Principal and Grounds Services

  • Final Construction Approval signed


Raised centre garden image

Raised Centre Garden Image

Note: garden will house memorial, memorial will be surrounded with local, low maintenance plants


Centre memorial stone

Centre Memorial Stone

  • Potential text: “Lest we forget”

  • Potential image: dove

  • Approximately: $1000


Red paving stone

Red Paving Stone

  • Area

  • Outer circle = 3.14x32 = 28.26 m2

  • Inner circle = 3.14x12 = 3.14 m2

  • Red Brick = 25.12 m2

  • 1 m = 3.28 ft

  • Red Brick = 270 square feet

  • Price range from $3-6 per square foot

  • $810 to $1620 total cost


Benches

Benches

  • 4 concrete benches (each approx. $1000)

  • Wooden benches inappropriate because of risk of carving rampant in the neighbourhood


Contractors

Contractors

  • Members of IODE do not have the skills and knowledge necessary to create a high quality product, a contractor is necessary

  • Initial quote: Contractor Dave Pauls

    • ~$30-35/square foot

    • Garden area is approximately 400 square feet

    • Estimated total: $12 000-14 000

  • Is there another way???


Fundraising

Fundraising

  • All donors to be recognized on the memorial itself or with a separate plaque


Timeline

Timeline

  • Timeline is entirely dependent on funds available

  • If total funds are raised and contractor can be secured, garden will be completed by fall of 2011

  • If funds are not raised, project will be completed phase by phase until completion

    • Garden usable for Remembrance ceremonies and basic uses prior to ultimate completion


Financials

Financials

  • Costs: (excluding labour)

    • Paving stone: $1500

    • Raised central memorial stone: $200

    • Raised central memorial:$1500

    • Dirt/sand: $200

    • Plants: $150

    • Benches: $4000

    • Stone garbage can: $300

    • Total: $7850

    • Money raised thus far: $1100


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