Title

N&S Tractor Dealership Expansion

Lead Author Major

Civil Engineering

Format

SOECS Senior Project Demonstration

Faculty Mentor Name

Mary Kay Camarillo

Faculty Mentor Department

Civil Engineering

Additional Faculty Mentor Name

Hector Estrada

Additional Faculty Mentor Name

Luke Lee, Gary Litton, and Camilla Saviz

Abstract/Artist Statement

The N & S Tractor expansion project located on 1340 W. Charter Way in Stockton, California is a facility improvement project for an existing tractor facility. The design of a new maintenance shop, wash pad, and stormwater runoff system were completed. The proposed improvements benefit the company by increasing their service capability and expanding their work area for employees and new equipment. Also, during the wet season, the improvements reduce flooding problems at the site. The new workshop was designed of steel and accommodates a 5-ton crane. A geotechnical investigation was performed to design the foundations based on existing soil conditions. The wash pad improvements include a filtration system for the separation of oil and soil removed from tractors and other machinery. The treated wastewater is then discharged to a lined retention pond to evaporate the water. In addition, due to past flooding of the site, a stormwater runoff system was designed for the entire site. This system consists of a v-shaped channel with several drop inlets leading to a pipe connected to the City of Stockton stormwater main pipeline. Lastly, this project provides a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) report to address environmental issues associated with this project and proposes appropriate mitigation measures.

Location

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Start Date

3-5-2014 2:00 PM

End Date

3-5-2014 3:30 PM

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N&S Tractor Dealership Expansion

School of Engineering & Computer Science

The N & S Tractor expansion project located on 1340 W. Charter Way in Stockton, California is a facility improvement project for an existing tractor facility. The design of a new maintenance shop, wash pad, and stormwater runoff system were completed. The proposed improvements benefit the company by increasing their service capability and expanding their work area for employees and new equipment. Also, during the wet season, the improvements reduce flooding problems at the site. The new workshop was designed of steel and accommodates a 5-ton crane. A geotechnical investigation was performed to design the foundations based on existing soil conditions. The wash pad improvements include a filtration system for the separation of oil and soil removed from tractors and other machinery. The treated wastewater is then discharged to a lined retention pond to evaporate the water. In addition, due to past flooding of the site, a stormwater runoff system was designed for the entire site. This system consists of a v-shaped channel with several drop inlets leading to a pipe connected to the City of Stockton stormwater main pipeline. Lastly, this project provides a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) report to address environmental issues associated with this project and proposes appropriate mitigation measures.