Title

Calaveras Housing and Land Redevelopment Project

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 has expanded since its inception in 1851, and continues to grow with more students enrolling and new programs being established each year. The growth of the school demands that campus grounds be improved upon and new facilities be constructed in order to cope with the ever increasing needs of the university. This proposal details the plans for the redevelopment of a site on campus and design of new apartment complexes. Also, new multipurpose fields will be designated on the project site plan. A larger consolidated parking lot, and access road to Brookside Road will be designed as well. Site drainage will be designed to mitigate the impacts of development. Completion of this project will centralize these facilities, making them more easily accessible to the university. The apartment complexes will be designed to fit in with campus aesthetics. They will be located closer to the DeRosa University Center (UC) as well as other classrooms and lecture halls, meaning that the students living in these apartments will have a shorter distance to travel when heading to class or to the UC for a meal. The apartment complexes will be steel structures, designed in accordance with American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Steel Construction Manual. Site drainage will be designed following the standards and restrictions set by the Stockton Stormwater Quality Control and Criteria Plan (SWQCCP). New roads and parking lots will be designed following the standards set by American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), and a seismic analysis of the structures will be performed in accordance with ASCE 7 and International Building Code (IBC). Design shall comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as well.

Location

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Start Date

7-5-2020 2:30 PM

End Date

7-5-2020 4:00 PM

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Calaveras Housing and Land Redevelopment Project

School of Engineering & Computer Science

University of the Pacific has expanded since its inception in 1851, and continues to grow with more students enrolling and new programs being established each year. The growth of the school demands that campus grounds be improved upon and new facilities be constructed in order to cope with the ever increasing needs of the university. This proposal details the plans for the redevelopment of a site on campus and design of new apartment complexes. Also, new multipurpose fields will be designated on the project site plan. A larger consolidated parking lot, and access road to Brookside Road will be designed as well. Site drainage will be designed to mitigate the impacts of development. Completion of this project will centralize these facilities, making them more easily accessible to the university. The apartment complexes will be designed to fit in with campus aesthetics. They will be located closer to the DeRosa University Center (UC) as well as other classrooms and lecture halls, meaning that the students living in these apartments will have a shorter distance to travel when heading to class or to the UC for a meal. The apartment complexes will be steel structures, designed in accordance with American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Steel Construction Manual. Site drainage will be designed following the standards and restrictions set by the Stockton Stormwater Quality Control and Criteria Plan (SWQCCP). New roads and parking lots will be designed following the standards set by American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), and a seismic analysis of the structures will be performed in accordance with ASCE 7 and International Building Code (IBC). Design shall comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as well.