College

College of Architecture and Environmental Design

Department

Construction Management Department

Degree Name

BS in Construction Management

Date

5-2018

Advisor(s)

Philip Barlow

Abstract/Summary

This community medical clinic will be the first of its kind in the rural town of Villa Tapia, Dominican Republic It is Phase II of a five-phase master plan drafted by religious organization Mission Twenty-Five35, founded by the Romano family The team consists of Cal Poly undergraduate students: Griffin Chierici (Architecture), Erica Croft and Tommy Sidebottom (Architectural Engineering), and Sarah De Los Reyes (Construction Management), backed by the guidance and support of non-profit organization Journeyman International and A/E firm Smith Group JJR The task was to design a clinic that would serve as a pediatric and urgent care center but also a place for education The main goal is sustainability, using solar panels and passive heating and cooling just to name a few Concrete masonry, steal, and brick make up most of the building elements, with an emphasis of recycled material through the design of a gabion wall In a location that is prone to earthquakes and hurricanes, it is just as important that this building can withstand great lateral forces too Overall, the clinic will provide much needed help in the region where currently the ill need to travel to the island's capital for care.

De Los Reyes PB SP18.pdf (4058 kB)
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