Jasmine Heights Drainage Improvement Project

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Jasmine Heights Drainage Improvement Project

Jasmine Heights Drainage Improvement Project

Client: City of New Port Richey
Location: New Port Richey, FL
Service: Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Bruce T. Kaschyk, AICP
 

Conceptual design and permitting of flood control project at intersection of Marine Parkway and Alamanda Drive. The intersection experienced chronic flooding; Previous attempts to allelviate problem resulted in design solutions with cost estimates ranging from $600,000 to $2 million. Genesis developed an innovative solution which had a total cost of $200,000 resulting in a savings of a minimum of $400,000 to the City of New Port Richey.

Our solution involved rasing the intersection above flood elevation, and providing flood plain compensation within an adjacent lot.  The lot in question was a run-down vacant single family dwelling, which the absentee owner was happy to sell for appraised value.

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Jasmine Heights Drainage Improvement Project


New Port Richey, FL

Client:

City of New Port Richey

Location:

New Port Richey, FL

Service

Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:

Civil Engineering
Conceptual Design
Engineering Design and Permitting
Regulatory Permitting

Contact Staff:

Bruce T. Kaschyk, AICP

Jasmine Heights Drainage Improvement Project

Conceptual design and permitting of flood control project at intersection of Marine Parkway and Alamanda Drive. The intersection experienced chronic flooding; Previous attempts to allelviate problem resulted in design solutions with cost estimates ranging from $600,000 to $2 million. Genesis developed an innovative solution which had a total cost of $200,000 resulting in a savings of a minimum of $400,000 to the City of New Port Richey.

Our solution involved rasing the intersection above flood elevation, and providing flood plain compensation within an adjacent lot.  The lot in question was a run-down vacant single family dwelling, which the absentee owner was happy to sell for appraised value.