Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering

Growing Oklahoma

Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering

Growing Oklahoma



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Improve Site Plan

Meagan Armstrong, Rachel Cancienne, Megan Perry

 

Introduction

PeAC Designs has been hired to redesign the Muscogee-Seminole-Witchita (MSW) Association assembly grounds in McIntosh County, Oklahoma. This site is used primarily during the summer months for both youth and adult camps. There are also association meetings held on the site throughout the year. The MSW campground needs an updated system for water, waste water treatment, and electrical supply. In completing this project we hope to increase the safety, provide for potential growth, and maintain functionality while keeping within economic constraints of the MSW Association.

 

Background

Problem Statement

Design multiple site plans for the MSW Tribal Association summer camp site. The site plans need to increase safety, provide for potential growth, and maintain functionality while keeping within economic restraints. All plans must include water, wastewater, and power distribution.

Scope of Work

The task presented to PeAC Designs was to create an improved site plan for the MSW Tribal Association Assembly Grounds. The site plan needed to improve safety, provide for potential growth, and maintain functionality while keeping within the economic constraints of the Association. The plan needed to include water and power distribution as well as wastewater collection and treatment.

 

Documents

Fall Presentation | Fall Report | Spring Presentation | Spring Report

 

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