Title

The Future of Downtown Stockton: A Multi-Use Development

Lead Author Major

Civil Engineering

Lead Author Status

5th year 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

Mary Kay Camarillo, Ph.D, P.E.

Faculty Mentor Email

mcamarillo@pacific.edu

Faculty Mentor Department

Civil Engineering

Additional Faculty Mentor Name

Hector Estrada

Additional Faculty Mentor Department

Civil Engineering

Additional Faculty Mentor Name

Luke Lee

Additional Faculty Mentor Department

Civil Engineering

Additional Mentors

Scott Meery, Civil Engineering

Camilla Saviz, Civil Engineering

Jonathan Wright, Crawford & Associates

Abstract/Artist Statement

The City of Stockton economy suffered greatly from the 2008 financial crisis, resulting in downtown Stockton being a vital location for economic and social growth of the city. The firm’s proposal to the city is to develop a multi-use development on the brownfield lot of 504 West Weber Ave near Stockton’s port. The concrete building design consists of a two floor structure that would house retail and office space. The purpose of this development is to accommodate population growth in the city and attract more businesses to downtown Stockton. This project would help encourage future development in the city.

The project team provided design services for many aspects of the project including geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, water resources and transportation engineering. The building was designed as a U-shape structure with two floors and a flat roof. The American Concrete Institute and ASCE 7 codes were used in the design of the reinforced concrete structure. The parking lot and circular drop-off at the front of the building were designed using the AASHTO Green Book and the ADA Standards for Accessible Design. All aspects of this project were designed to meet City of Stockton standards and specifications including all transportation structures such as curbs, sidewalks and commercial driveways as well as the sustainable low-impact stormwater management system on-site.

Location

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Start Date

5-5-2018 3:30 PM

End Date

5-5-2018 4:30 PM

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The Future of Downtown Stockton: A Multi-Use Development

School of Engineering & Computer Science

The City of Stockton economy suffered greatly from the 2008 financial crisis, resulting in downtown Stockton being a vital location for economic and social growth of the city. The firm’s proposal to the city is to develop a multi-use development on the brownfield lot of 504 West Weber Ave near Stockton’s port. The concrete building design consists of a two floor structure that would house retail and office space. The purpose of this development is to accommodate population growth in the city and attract more businesses to downtown Stockton. This project would help encourage future development in the city.

The project team provided design services for many aspects of the project including geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, water resources and transportation engineering. The building was designed as a U-shape structure with two floors and a flat roof. The American Concrete Institute and ASCE 7 codes were used in the design of the reinforced concrete structure. The parking lot and circular drop-off at the front of the building were designed using the AASHTO Green Book and the ADA Standards for Accessible Design. All aspects of this project were designed to meet City of Stockton standards and specifications including all transportation structures such as curbs, sidewalks and commercial driveways as well as the sustainable low-impact stormwater management system on-site.