My uncle handed me these plans and told me to build this....

I've never built anything more complicated then a fence. This bocce ball court is on a slope, It wouldn't be a problem if there wasn't a slope I need to compensate for. 

I wanted to just grade the whole damn site but he says if I do that it won't drain properly. He also gave me a transit and told me to shoot it.

I don't know how to even begin building this. D
oes anyone have any resources that could help me?

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With a precise plan available with you I would suggest seeking help of some backyard landscaping services who might help you in getting it done. The in-house design team of such landscape designers would be able to help you guide further. Have heard about a landscape designers solda pools who does landscape designing ( http://www.soldapools.com/solda-pools-design-and-build/ ). Do check with them. I don't have much experience with them. Please update us on your progress.

Sheesh, I hope he's paying you.  Get a quote from a patio contractor and mark it up by 20% to cover your project management costs.

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