Title

San Joaquin Delta College Agricultural Education Expansion

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

Senior

Fourth Author Major

Civil Engineering

Fourth Author Status

Senior

Format

SOECS Senior Project Demonstration

Faculty Mentor Name

Dr. Lee

Faculty Mentor Department

Civil Engineering

Additional Faculty Mentor Name

Dr. Saviz

Additional Faculty Mentor Department

Civil Engineering

Additional Faculty Mentor Name

Dr. Merry

Additional Faculty Mentor Department

Civil Engineering

Abstract/Artist Statement

San Joaquin Delta College (SJDC) legally separated from Stockton Unified School District in 1963. It was originally established to serve high school students who were not fully qualified for admission at the College of the Pacific, and for Pacific students with unsatisfactory performance. Since then, it has grown to serve a student population of 23,000 from the central valley. SJDC currently offers over 100 career and degree certificate programs, in over 70 different fields of study. After experiencing continued growth since the turn of the century, SJDC has added a South Campus at Mountain House to serve students farther south of Stockton. To accommodate this rapid growth, SJDC is planning to develop a 140-acre lot on Liberty Road that they have owned since 2006. This development will contain an educational center for agricultural business, business and logistics, and health sciences studies. It will also contain a sizable barn and an animal husbandry facility.

The scope of Ultimate Capacity Engineering’s design will not cover the entire 140 acres, but rather 6 acres in the southwest of parcel C, shown in Figure 1. UC Engineering will provide the geotechnical and structural design associated with a two-story, concrete, education center, as well as the hydrology design for the entire 6 acres. An asphalt parking lot of 243 spaces will be designed to accommodate the needs of the education center, and low impact development measures will be implemented throughout the site. This new site will allow SJDC to continue to serve the San Joaquin Valley and to begin to serve more students from the Sacramento Valley.

Location

University of the Pacific, 3601 Pacific Ave., Stockton, CA 95211

Start Date

1-5-2021 8:00 AM

End Date

1-5-2021 5:00 PM

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San Joaquin Delta College Agricultural Education Expansion

University of the Pacific, 3601 Pacific Ave., Stockton, CA 95211

San Joaquin Delta College (SJDC) legally separated from Stockton Unified School District in 1963. It was originally established to serve high school students who were not fully qualified for admission at the College of the Pacific, and for Pacific students with unsatisfactory performance. Since then, it has grown to serve a student population of 23,000 from the central valley. SJDC currently offers over 100 career and degree certificate programs, in over 70 different fields of study. After experiencing continued growth since the turn of the century, SJDC has added a South Campus at Mountain House to serve students farther south of Stockton. To accommodate this rapid growth, SJDC is planning to develop a 140-acre lot on Liberty Road that they have owned since 2006. This development will contain an educational center for agricultural business, business and logistics, and health sciences studies. It will also contain a sizable barn and an animal husbandry facility.

The scope of Ultimate Capacity Engineering’s design will not cover the entire 140 acres, but rather 6 acres in the southwest of parcel C, shown in Figure 1. UC Engineering will provide the geotechnical and structural design associated with a two-story, concrete, education center, as well as the hydrology design for the entire 6 acres. An asphalt parking lot of 243 spaces will be designed to accommodate the needs of the education center, and low impact development measures will be implemented throughout the site. This new site will allow SJDC to continue to serve the San Joaquin Valley and to begin to serve more students from the Sacramento Valley.