Bonnieview Road Cross Drain Repair
Client: Nassau County Engineering, Department of Public Works
SR 500 Drainage Improvements
Location: Deland, FL
Client: Florida Department of Transportation – District 5
Project Description: Undersized storm sewer pipes were up-sized on SR 500 (S. Pine Avenue) in Marion County SE 10th Ave to SE 31st Street. The scope of services included analysis of a storm sewer system, TV video inspection of the existing system, solutions were developed to minimize the use of jack & bore pipe, construction plans and specifications were prepared. Additional sidewalk and keyhole lanes were added to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety.
SR 45 (US 41) Sidewalk & Drainage Improvements
Client: PGA Tour
Rogero Road Culvert Extension and Ditch Repair
Client: City of Jacksonville, Department of Public Works
Project Description: Connelly & Wicker prepared construction plans and specifications for the extension of an existing 10’ x 6’ concrete box culvert and repair to 400 feet of the ditch embankment. The ditch repair was added to the design contract following damage during hurricane Matthew. The project included the use of Geoweb to stabilize the ditch side slopes. The project qualified for a SJRWMD permit exemption.
Santa Maria Drainage
Client: St. Johns County Public Works – Engineering Division
Project Description: The scope of services included analysis of a storm sewer system that was showing signs of failure and requiring recurring maintenance repairs. After performing TV video inspection of the existing system, viable solutions were developed and construction plans were prepared for the removal and replacement of 400 feet of 60” CMP through the Moultrie Trails Development in St. Augustine, Florida.
Ireland Drive Ditch Improvements
Client: City of Jacksonville
Project Description: Connelly & Wicker prepared construction plans for the repair of 200 feet of maintenance berm within Ireland Drive ditch. The ditch bottom was experiencing erosion, causing the side slopes to fail due to slopes greater than 2:1. A masonry wall on private property was in danger of failure. Connelly & Wicker designed a cost effective solution to rebuild the embankment using geoweb reinforcing, which allowed 1:1 side slope construction.
Val Pointe Sidewalk and Drainage Improvements
Project Description: This project started out as a sidewalk project slightly less than a mile long. About half of the sidewalk was to run along a tidal creek with significant drop off slopes and the remaining portion of the project was through an established neighborhood. The sidewalk terminated at a County Park. Early on in the data collection phase it was noted that a large cross drain was in poor condition. The cross drain was comprised of one 42” x 54” CMP and one 48” x 72” CMP. The drainage area served by the cross drain was approximately 500 acres that flowed through a series of dammed lakes. In addition, the existing culverts had different inverts and controlled a small pond that the SJRWMD considered jurisdictional.
Townsend Road Drainage Improvements
Client: City of Jacksonville
Project Description: Connelly & Wicker performed a drainage study and prepared construction plans for improvements to the 1000 acre Townsend Road drainage basin in southern Duval County. Stormwater improvements included a new storm sewer system along the north boundary of the Villages of Westland subdivision, and a new storm sewer system along Jammes Road and Townsend Road connecting to a new 8 acre stormwater pond. The outfall for this stormwater pond was a double 7’ x 4’ concrete box culvert. This project was permitted by the SJRWMD and the USACE in June 2000 and construction was completed in September 2002.