Title

Land Rover Wonderland

Format

SOECS Senior Project Demonstration

Faculty Mentor Name

Gary Litton

Abstract/Artist Statement

Toyger Engineering is designing a new Land Rover Dealership that will be located within the city of Stockton. The dealership will be designed on an eight acre parcel bounded by commercial and residential development. Toyger Engineering will be designing all civil and land development aspects which will encompass the site layout, grading plan, pipe network, pavement design, and all utility layouts. The grading plan will include bioswales to provide on-site water treatment, and result in a more sustainable design. Toyger Engineering will also be designing a 4,000 square foot parts center. The building will have a steel frame and the building's lateral resistance will be provided by cross bracing. A test track will be incorporated in the design that will include a simulated mountain terrain and a splash basin. A pump will be designed to circulate water into the splash basin and runoff will be treated by a bioswale. All aspects of this project will be presented with detailed plans and calculations that will comply with all applicable city and county codes. Toyger Engineering will be incorporating innovative methods to minimize costs and · mitigate negative enviromnental impacts commonly associated with commercial developments of this nature.

Location

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Start Date

3-5-2008 2:00 PM

End Date

3-5-2008 3:30 PM

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Land Rover Wonderland

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Toyger Engineering is designing a new Land Rover Dealership that will be located within the city of Stockton. The dealership will be designed on an eight acre parcel bounded by commercial and residential development. Toyger Engineering will be designing all civil and land development aspects which will encompass the site layout, grading plan, pipe network, pavement design, and all utility layouts. The grading plan will include bioswales to provide on-site water treatment, and result in a more sustainable design. Toyger Engineering will also be designing a 4,000 square foot parts center. The building will have a steel frame and the building's lateral resistance will be provided by cross bracing. A test track will be incorporated in the design that will include a simulated mountain terrain and a splash basin. A pump will be designed to circulate water into the splash basin and runoff will be treated by a bioswale. All aspects of this project will be presented with detailed plans and calculations that will comply with all applicable city and county codes. Toyger Engineering will be incorporating innovative methods to minimize costs and · mitigate negative enviromnental impacts commonly associated with commercial developments of this nature.