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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data: LaGro, James A. Site analysis: a contextual approach to sustainable land planning and site design / James. The process-oriented guide to context-sensitive siteselection, planning, and design Sustainable design is responsive to context. And each site has aunique set. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data: LaGro, James A. Site analysis: informing context-sensitive and sustainable site planning and design.

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James A. LaGro Jr. This Third Edition of Site Analysis is fully updated to cover the latest topics in low-impact, location-efficient design and development. Author: James A. LaGro Jr. Pages: Publication Date Release Date: ISBN: Product Group:Book Download Read Site. Top Books of (for Site Analysis: A Contextual Approach to Sustainable Land LaGro, J., Jr. Site Analysis: Linking Program and Concept in Land Planning.

Process[ edit ] As described by Edward T.

White [2] the site design process is divided up into three sections; research phase, analysis phase, and synthesis phase. These three phases are divided into the eight chronological steps in the design process. Research phase: The first step is defining the problem and its definition.

This is part of the research phase. The site design and site planning process begins with the initial problem to be solved. This is started by a client contracting a planner to work with a particular site. Analysis phase: The next step involves programming the site as well as site and user analysis , which is focused on in-depth below.

There are numerous site elements related to the analysis during this phase. This is part of the analysis phase in site planning. Synthesis phase: From the analysis, a program is developed, which is part of the synthesis phase.

The third step deals with schematic design of a site plan as well as a preliminary cost estimate for the site.

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Step four involves more developed designs and a detailed cost estimate. Step five is the construction documents or the plan.

Bidding and contracting for the project follows as step six. Aerial photographs help in this assessment stage.


There should be documentation of distances and time from major places. This should be completed by either driving or walking the distance first-hand. Numerous issues at this stage require direct observation. Features of this sort include architectural patterns, street lighting, and condition of existing buildings. This would also include the immediate surroundings of the site.

The reaction of the surrounding buildings towards the site and people moving around should be analysed.

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Other important components of the neighbourhood context include an analysis of existing paths pedestrian, cyclist, and vehicle , landmarks and nodes. Landmarks are distinctive sites that provide way-finding for people in the area, and which define the character of a neighbourhood. Nodes are key public gathering places that encourage people to linger and socialize. Zoning classifications, set-backs, height restrictions, allowable site coverage, uses, and parking requirements are obtained by obtaining zoning classifications from a zoning map, which can be located from the city planning department.

Infrastructure, social, and political boundaries. The deed is held by the owner of the title insurance company. In the deed is information such as the property description, present ownership, and the governmental jurisdiction the site is located in, and the city or county. A contour map of this magnitude can be located from the survey engineer.

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