Civil Engineering

Projects

Each Civil and Environmental Engineering team is responsible for developing a design that addresses environmental, geotechnical, hydrological, pavement, transportation, and structural issues for the project. A student project manager coordinates each team. Design reports are judged by the faculty; progress reports and the oral presentations are judged by a board of practicing professionals.

The Spring 2017 project and teams were:

CE 495 SENIOR DESIGN IN CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Haslett Village Square, Meridian Township, MI Mixed-use Development

Screen Shot 2017-04-07 at 3.03.53 PMStudent teams developed preliminary designs for elements of a 29-acre site located west of Marsh Rd. and south of Haslett Road. The site was to be designed as a mixed- use development following the Meridian Township Planned Unit Development (PUD) requirements.

The project development must include both residential and commercial land uses. Additionally, the site incorporated installation of a new craft brewery with production and distribution facilities. The objective of this project was to provide Meridian Township Planning Commission with a Preliminary Engineering Design. Major goals were to maximize green space; create a walkable community and ensure pedestrian and bicycle access to the Inter-Urban pathway, local schools, and Meridian Township; to protect
as many mature trees on-site as possible; and to identify and protect any federally classified wetlands on-site.

 

Key: E = Environmental, G = Geotechnical, H = Hydrology, P = Pavements, PM = Project Manager S = Structures, T = Transportation and WR = Water Resources

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Team 1: M.A.C. Engineering

Left to Right: Shane Snyder (T), Rui Wang (P), Mohammad Karim (S), Tyler Davidek (PM), Alex Oosterhoff (G), Hannah Sailar (E), Ashley Brendel (H)

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T
eam 2: 1855 Design Firm

Left to Right: Nolan Mullet (E), Jordan Southwell (H), Micah Norwood (G), Eric Kastelic (PM), Matt Olinik (P), Alex Mullen (T), Charlotte Fung (S)

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Team 3: Great Lakes Consulting, LLC

Left to Right: Joe Juronoc (E), Nan Yang (P), Zhaolun Zhang (T), Joseph Kuehnlein (PM), Andrew Panetta (S), Mohammed Aldhabiki (G), Ian Schmitz (H)

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Team 4: Civil Principals

Left to Right: Top Row: Pranav Shah (P), Shiwen Tang (T), Conner Langendorf (S) Bottom Row: Catherine Kirkland (H), Leah Giacobassi (E), Fernanda Jeffers (G), Jake Maise (PM), Richard Villarreal (S), Kyle Savoie (S)

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Team 5: McManus & Associates

Left to Right: Han Zheng (S), Louis Rote (T), Andrew Johnstone (E), Lucas Driesenga (G), Hannah McManus (PM), Colton Kahrs (H), Jingyao Xia (P)

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Team 6: Capital City Consulting

Left to Right: Bon Fitzgerald (G), Khalid Alajaji (T), Megan Grohnke (H), Steven Turzewski (E), Kelli O’Brien (PM), Tom Sheldon (S), Dave Fennell (P)

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Team 7: Spartan Consulting

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Left to Right: Matthew Kovalick (P), Jacob Kramer (H), Alec Simonds (S), Katerina Tsou (E), Scott Pressey (PM), Junior Soto Reyes (G), Thuyen Dang (T)

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Team 8: Milo Constructions Inc.

Left to Right: Emily Slater (E), Xiaoyu Chen (H), Tyler Fredrick (P), Sankalp Saste (PM), Nathapol Wisanphokha (S), Josh Heinze (G), Raymond Vonck (T)

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