The City of Miami Beach, in partnership with the Florida Department of Transportation, implemented a flood mitigation program along the Indian Creek Drive/SR A1A corridor. The improvement included the installation of a pump station, elevation of the existing roadway, and sidewalks as part of the enhanced flooding solution. DuroMaxx® SPRE pipe was selected as the best option to convey the water from the pump station to the outfall.
When a deteriorating, 80 year old bridge providing access to Whiteface Mountain needed to be replaced, a twin BEBO®Bridge Concrete Arch System was chosen as the best replacement option for its quick installation.
During planning stages of Plat 7 of the Crosshaven residential development, Hubbell Homes determined that a structure was needed to convey the significant 100 year storm flows. A MULTI-PLATE®Ellipse was selected as the best solution.
Griffin Farms, a $200M mixed-use housing development, needed a robust stormwater management system. As the best solution, a corrugated metal pipe (CMP) detention system was selected for its cost efficiency and small footprint, while a CDS hydrodynamic separator was utilized to pretreat the underground system.
Stormwater design trends come and go. Some design methodologies have disappeared, only to return later or in a nearby geography as the “new” approach. Our newest blog post looks at these trends and “tools” within the stormwater toolbox.