Title

Design of rowing boat house and water recreational center, Stockton CA

Lead Author Major

Civil Engineering

Format

SOECS Senior Project Demonstration

Faculty Mentor Name

Luke Lee

Faculty Mentor Department

Civil Engineering

Abstract/Artist Statement

University of the Pacific’s Crew and Deep Water Rowing Association currently houses their boats and equipment at the Stockton Sailing Club, which is located adjacent to Buckley Cove at the end of West March Lane. The current boat house location has numerous drawbacks, including minimal space to maneuver large rowing shells, insufficient storage room, exposure of the rowing shells to the elements, and uneven land that results in safety hazards when weather conditions are rainy and muddy. The goal of this project is to design a new storage facility for Pacific's Crew team as well as providing a recreational facility for the Stockton community. By designing a new, two-story, boat house for the Pacific’s Crew and Deep Water Rowing Association, Pacific will be able to maintain the quality of the boats, possess enough space to maneuver the boats efficiently, and create a water recreational center for the Stockton community. The new location of the boat house will be a 60,000 square feet (sf.) waterfront property located at 1618 West Fremont Street, Stockton California. The design of the layout will reflect the housing and maneuvering of the rowing shells while remaining functional and aesthetically pleasing. The final design will incorporate topography, layout, drainage and grading, structural and foundation analysis, slope stability, environmental analysis, fee estimate, and erosion control.

Location

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Start Date

27-4-2013 2:00 PM

End Date

27-4-2013 3:30 PM

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Design of rowing boat house and water recreational center, Stockton CA

School of Engineering & Computer Science

University of the Pacific’s Crew and Deep Water Rowing Association currently houses their boats and equipment at the Stockton Sailing Club, which is located adjacent to Buckley Cove at the end of West March Lane. The current boat house location has numerous drawbacks, including minimal space to maneuver large rowing shells, insufficient storage room, exposure of the rowing shells to the elements, and uneven land that results in safety hazards when weather conditions are rainy and muddy. The goal of this project is to design a new storage facility for Pacific's Crew team as well as providing a recreational facility for the Stockton community. By designing a new, two-story, boat house for the Pacific’s Crew and Deep Water Rowing Association, Pacific will be able to maintain the quality of the boats, possess enough space to maneuver the boats efficiently, and create a water recreational center for the Stockton community. The new location of the boat house will be a 60,000 square feet (sf.) waterfront property located at 1618 West Fremont Street, Stockton California. The design of the layout will reflect the housing and maneuvering of the rowing shells while remaining functional and aesthetically pleasing. The final design will incorporate topography, layout, drainage and grading, structural and foundation analysis, slope stability, environmental analysis, fee estimate, and erosion control.