Ryan Enlgish: AE Seion Thesis

The Residence at Arundel Preserve

Anne Arundel County, Maryland

Ryan English | Structural Option


Date Description
4/29/2011 CPEP Site Complete and Ready for final review
4/13/2011 Presentation
4/7/2011 Final Report
3/25/2011 Presentation Outline
2/11/2011 Discussion Board Question Posted
1/14/2011 Revised Proposal
12/14/2010 CPEP  complete and ready for final review
12/10/2010 Proposal
12/3/2010 Discussion Board Confirmed
11/29/2010 Technical Report 3
10/27/2010 Technical Report 2
10/13/2010 Thesis Abstract - Post on Board
10/11/2010 Bio Sketch Peer Review
10/9/2010 Building Statistics Part II
10/6/2010 Thesis Abstract - Post on CPEP
10/4/2010 Technical Report 1
9/24/2010 Thesis Abstract - draft
9/13/2010 Building Statistics Part I-Posted on CPEP
9/10/2010 Resume Posted
9/10/2010 Resume Submitted for Career Fair
9/9/2010 Student Bio Sketch
9/9/2010 CPEP Website Full Menu Functional
9/8/2010 Turned in Project Initiation Form Part2
9/3/2010 CPEP Home Page Draft
8/31/2010 Career Fair Hosting
8/30/2010 Turned in Project Initiation Form Part 1
8/27/2010 AE Dept. Thank You letter
8/25/2010 Attended Dreamweaver/ CPEP Seminar
8/25/2010 Obtained Project Documentation
8/23/2010 Confirmed master List Information
8/23/2010 Building statistics Part 1-Paper Draft
7/8/2010 Personal Thank you letter
6/15/2010 Owner Permission Received


The Residence:

It is a new construction apartment and retail building part of the Arundel Preserve Town Center Phase I project. The Residence is a 5 story 300,000 s.f. residential apartment building with 6,000 s.f. retail space surrounding a 5 story precast parking garage. This apartment building houses 242 upscale residential units consisting of studio, one, and two bedroom layouts and two level units. Along with the residential units the building also included a terrace level that contains a clubhouse, health center, and an outside pool. The apartment building structural system is composed of light gage shear and bearing wall with HSS columns supporting a Hambro joist at the floors and roof level.

Senior Capstone Project:

The Capstone Project Electronic Portfolio (CPEP) is a web-based project and information center. It contains material produced for a year-long Senior Thesis class. Its purpose, in addition to providing central storage of individual assignments, is to foster communication and collaboration between student, faculty consultant, course instructors, and industry consultants. This website is dedicated to the research and analysis conducted via guidelines provided by the Department of Architectural Engineering. For an explanation of this capstone design course and its requirements click here.

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