Polk Drive Stormwater Treatment Facility

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Polk Drive Stormwater Treatment Facility

Polk Drive Stormwater Treatment Facility

Client: Polk Drive Stormwater Treatment Facility
Location: Leon County, FL
Size: 600 LF of Roadway
Service: Public & Civic Infrastructure

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

Genesis completed surveying, permitting, and engineering services to provide an extension of Polk Drive to accommodate right-of-way acquisition for the Orange Avenue widening.

This project included a significant stormwater and floodplain management system to accommodate additional floodplain fill due to the Polk Avenue widening and future expansion to adjacent property.

The stormwater facility and floodplain compensation areas were seamlessly integrated into the East Branch Ditch system. Constructability, maintenance issues and erosion control were of paramount importance for the proposed stormwater management system.

This project also includes the regrading and stabilization of the East Branch Ditch for approximately 300' with Geo-Web slope stabilization.

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Polk Drive Stormwater Treatment Facility


Leon County, FL

Client:

Polk Drive Stormwater Treatment Facility

Location:

Leon County, FL

Size:

600 LF of Roadway

Service

Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:

Environmental Permitting
Surveying
Transportation Engineering
Wastewater System Design
Water & Wastewater Engineering

Contact Staff:

James P. Sullivan, P.E.

Polk Drive Stormwater Treatment Facility

Genesis completed surveying, permitting, and engineering services to provide an extension of Polk Drive to accommodate right-of-way acquisition for the Orange Avenue widening.

This project included a significant stormwater and floodplain management system to accommodate additional floodplain fill due to the Polk Avenue widening and future expansion to adjacent property.

The stormwater facility and floodplain compensation areas were seamlessly integrated into the East Branch Ditch system. Constructability, maintenance issues and erosion control were of paramount importance for the proposed stormwater management system.

This project also includes the regrading and stabilization of the East Branch Ditch for approximately 300' with Geo-Web slope stabilization.