Title

The Delta Breeze Community Project

Lead Author Major

Civil Engineering

Lead Author Status

Senior

Second Author Major

Civil Engineering

Second Author Status

5th year Senior

Third Author Major

Civil Engineering

Third Author Status

5th year Senior

Fourth Author Major

Civil Engineering

Fourth Author Status

5th year Senior

Format

SOECS Senior Project Demonstration

Faculty Mentor Name

Camilla Saviz

Faculty Mentor Email

csaviz@pacific.edu

Faculty Mentor Department

Civil Engineering

Abstract/Artist Statement

The proposed Delta Breeze Community project involves design of a tiny house community in Stockton, California. The purpose of the project is to provide a beautiful, minimalistic, community-centered living space for individuals along West Weber Avenue at the confluence of Mormon Slough and the McCloud Lake Arm of the San Joaquin River. The project involves structural, environmental, and geotechnical engineering. It also requires land development, site planning, community involvement, and sustainability design. The project team will provide site layout and grading plans, drainage designs, and design a storm water containment tank. The team will also provide structural and geotechnical designs for a proposed community building and the foundations of the buildings and tiny houses. The proposed site layout is attached, including two bioswales, a parking lot, the community building, pathways, rainwater catchment tanks, and 41 tiny home spaces. The results of the project will be a fully designed building, 100 by 80 feet, fully designed footings and foundations, a site grading plan, pipe flow designs, and water retention designs. Design components will be presented on May 6, 2016.

Location

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Start Date

6-5-2017 2:30 PM

End Date

6-5-2017 4:00 PM

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The Delta Breeze Community Project

School of Engineering & Computer Science

The proposed Delta Breeze Community project involves design of a tiny house community in Stockton, California. The purpose of the project is to provide a beautiful, minimalistic, community-centered living space for individuals along West Weber Avenue at the confluence of Mormon Slough and the McCloud Lake Arm of the San Joaquin River. The project involves structural, environmental, and geotechnical engineering. It also requires land development, site planning, community involvement, and sustainability design. The project team will provide site layout and grading plans, drainage designs, and design a storm water containment tank. The team will also provide structural and geotechnical designs for a proposed community building and the foundations of the buildings and tiny houses. The proposed site layout is attached, including two bioswales, a parking lot, the community building, pathways, rainwater catchment tanks, and 41 tiny home spaces. The results of the project will be a fully designed building, 100 by 80 feet, fully designed footings and foundations, a site grading plan, pipe flow designs, and water retention designs. Design components will be presented on May 6, 2016.