Title

Trinity Land Development

Lead Author Major

Civil Engineering

Format

SOECS Senior Project Demonstration

Faculty Mentor Name

Luke Lee

Faculty Mentor Department

Civil Engineering

Abstract/Artist Statement

The City of Stockton is primarily composed of residential neighborhoods in urban areas. During the past decades, an expansion in the local economy has led to a growth in land development towards sustainable urban living environments. This design project is located in an area west of Interstate 5 and south of Trinity Parkway in northwest Stockton and has historically been used for agricultural purposes. The objective of this project is to transform the Bishop Tract into a low density residential neighborhood to accommodate the City of Stockton’s growing population. The engineering design components include the design of a pump and pump station, transportation infrastructure, and site plan and storm drainage system. The pump and pump station allow for transfer of water from the detention pond to Bear Creek in situations where the pond is at or nearing capacity. Development of the transportation infrastructure will create multiple methods for a safe and effective commute for the people living in the area. These include the design of a street layout and traffic control devices as well as options for alternatives for a bus path, and bicycle path around the park. The site plan provides details in a scaled drawing of the site development and for the proposed use of the land, which will be a low density residential neighborhood. The storm drain system will allow for proper drainage of excess rain and groundwater from impervious areas. Upon completion, this project provides a plan for supplementary homes for an increasing population and creates opportunities for local engineering and construction industries.

Location

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Start Date

2-5-2015 2:30 PM

End Date

2-5-2015 4:30 PM

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Trinity Land Development

School of Engineering & Computer Science

The City of Stockton is primarily composed of residential neighborhoods in urban areas. During the past decades, an expansion in the local economy has led to a growth in land development towards sustainable urban living environments. This design project is located in an area west of Interstate 5 and south of Trinity Parkway in northwest Stockton and has historically been used for agricultural purposes. The objective of this project is to transform the Bishop Tract into a low density residential neighborhood to accommodate the City of Stockton’s growing population. The engineering design components include the design of a pump and pump station, transportation infrastructure, and site plan and storm drainage system. The pump and pump station allow for transfer of water from the detention pond to Bear Creek in situations where the pond is at or nearing capacity. Development of the transportation infrastructure will create multiple methods for a safe and effective commute for the people living in the area. These include the design of a street layout and traffic control devices as well as options for alternatives for a bus path, and bicycle path around the park. The site plan provides details in a scaled drawing of the site development and for the proposed use of the land, which will be a low density residential neighborhood. The storm drain system will allow for proper drainage of excess rain and groundwater from impervious areas. Upon completion, this project provides a plan for supplementary homes for an increasing population and creates opportunities for local engineering and construction industries.