College - Author 1

College of Architecture and Environmental Design

Department - Author 1

Construction Management Department

Degree Name - Author 1

BS in Construction Management



Primary Advisor/Subject Matter Expert (SME)

Eric Brinkman, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Construction Management Department


On Christmas Eve of 2018, Jessica He Liu, a chef in Los Angeles opened her home to friends and family to volunteer and help assemble food boxes and personal hygiene products and distributed these goods out to those in need. What started off as a goal to spread kindness during the holidays, became a yearly traditional non-profit volunteering event for those families involved. In March 2020, the deadly COVID-19 pandemic took the world by surprise, causing a copious amount of social distancing guild lines to be formed and enforced. Although there was still a slight hope that the pandemic would be over by the holiday season, it turned out that this yearly volunteering event will be cancelled due to the large numbers of volunteers crowding in a small space. In order to provide the volunteering experience of spreading joy without crowding the small spaces that were offered, the mobile food assembling & distribution station idea was created. The purpose of this project was to provide all the pre-construction documents needed in order to create a fully functional mobile station for food assembling and distribution purposes. Of course, this is taking into consideration of social distancing guild lines, and also that not every person out there has pre- existing construction knowledge. To accommodate the various user characteristics, pre- construction documents are created to fit users with different construction experience backgrounds, as well as lifestyle backgrounds. Understanding how these construction documents and legal documents are used and created is the goal of this document.

Poster Board.pdf (548 kB)
Poster Board