Shell/Circle K

Elk Grove, CA

Civil Engineering, Energy System Design, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Energy

Since 1996, Barghausen has assisted Shell in 50+ projects across the west coast. Barghausen partnered with Tooley Oil for the development of a Circle K convenience store, car wash and a Shell branded fueling station in Elk Grove, CA. Our team was responsible for designing plans for the site, demolition, erosion control, fire protection and access, dimensioning, utilities, fueling tanks and piping, stormwater and grading plans for the site. The stormwater plans consisted of extending an existing conveyance system, connecting it to the cities drainage facilities. The north end of the site is treated by a trapezoidal swale and the rest of the site is treated by a bio-retention pond. The fueling island offers six multiple product dispensers with two EV charging stations next to the convenience store entry. Barghausen worked with GreenLots (Shell Recharge) to coordinate the location of EV charging stations, the secondary power service and associated equipment located at the Circle K building. The detached car wash offers safe touch and touch free services along with seven vacuum stalls. The site provides 20 parking stalls along with one accessible space and two bicycle spaces. The development sits on 1.1 acres inside the Sheldon Place Shopping Center, increasing convenience to local shoppers and residents.

Services

CIVIL ENGINEERING

ARCHITECTURE

ENERGY SYSTEM DESIGN

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

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parking stalls

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EV charging stations

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in-house services

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ACRE SITE

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vacuum stalls