Magnolia Heights Stormwater Improvements

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Magnolia Heights Stormwater Improvements

Magnolia Heights Stormwater Improvements

Client: City of Tallahassee
Location: Tallahassee, FL
Size: Existing 75 Unit Subdivision
Service: Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:
Contact Staff: James P. Sullivan, P.E.
 

Residents in this older downtown Tallahassee neighborhood have been suffering from nuisance and structural flooding for many years.  Genesis was retained by the City of Tallahassee Stormwater Management Division to prepare construction documents to completely rebuild the existing outdated stormwater conveyance system.  This included the analysis of multiple alternative solutions designed to increase conveyance, provide attenuation areas, and reroute stormwater flows to new areas which could be flooded.  The new conveyance system,  which consisted of a combination of curb inlets, redirected roadway conveyances, open ditches, and new curb and gutter, was designed around a complex network of older underground utilities, the majority of which could not be relocated.

In addition to the preparation of construction documents, Genesis also provided permitting services for wetland impacts, and conducted numerous public involvement meetings with approximately 75 residents affected by the project.

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Magnolia Heights Stormwater Improvements


Tallahassee, FL

Client:

City of Tallahassee

Location:

Tallahassee, FL

Size:

Existing 75 Unit Subdivision

Service

Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:

Engineering Design and Permitting
Environmental Permitting
Public Involvement
Stormwater Analysis and Solutions Design
Surveying
Transportation Engineering
Utility Coordination
Wastewater System Design
Water & Wastewater Engineering

Contact Staff:

James P. Sullivan, P.E.

Magnolia Heights Stormwater Improvements

Residents in this older downtown Tallahassee neighborhood have been suffering from nuisance and structural flooding for many years.  Genesis was retained by the City of Tallahassee Stormwater Management Division to prepare construction documents to completely rebuild the existing outdated stormwater conveyance system.  This included the analysis of multiple alternative solutions designed to increase conveyance, provide attenuation areas, and reroute stormwater flows to new areas which could be flooded.  The new conveyance system,  which consisted of a combination of curb inlets, redirected roadway conveyances, open ditches, and new curb and gutter, was designed around a complex network of older underground utilities, the majority of which could not be relocated.

In addition to the preparation of construction documents, Genesis also provided permitting services for wetland impacts, and conducted numerous public involvement meetings with approximately 75 residents affected by the project.