Red Bug Lake Road Regional Stormwater Facility

Casselberry, FL
Red Bug Road Regional Stormwater Facility by CPWG Engineering

CPWG Project Designed

  • A Regional Stormwater Facility
  • A Public Access Boat Ramp
  • Limited Boat Trailer Parking
Red Bug Road Regional Stormwater Facility by CPWG Engineering

CPWG Designed Regional Stormwater Facility

  • Reduced Flooding Issues
  • Provided Water Quality Treatment
  • Reduced Erosion
  • improved Sedimentation Control
Red Bug Road Regional Stormwater Facility by CPWG Engineering

CPWG Project Specifications

  •  A Re-Evaluation of the Existing Outfall Infrastructure System
  • Topographical Survey of Project Area
  • Geotechnical Investigation of the Subsurface
  • Installation of a Gage Station to Evaluate Water Flow and Quality
Red Bug Road Regional Stormwater Facility by CPWG Engineering

CPWG Stormwater Management Team Tasks

  • Data Collection and Review
  • Soil Survey and Geotechnical Data
  • Hydrologic and Hydraulic Evaluation
  • Environmental and Regulatory Permitting
  • Stormwater Sample Collection and Analysis
  • Project Coordination and Scheduling

Red Bug Lake Road Regional Stormwater Facility Design

Casselberry, FL

The primary objective of this project was to design and permit a regional stormwater facility (RSF) on the County parcel prior to its discharge to Lake Howell. The design included a public access boat ramp and limited boat trailer parking. The stormwater facility addressed flooding issues, water quality treatment, erosion and sedimentation control. The project included a re-evaluation of the existing outfall infrastructure system, topographical survey of the project area, geotechnical investigation of the subsurface, and installation of a gage station to evaluate flow and water quality of the existing stormwater discharge.

Construction plans and specifications for the proposed RSF were prepared. Permitting was done through the St. Johns River Water Management District. Public opinion was important to this project, and several public presentations were conducted. Specific tasks included data collection and review, soil survey and geotechnical data, hydrologic and hydraulic evaluation and engineering design, environmental and regulatory permitting, stormwater sample collection and analysis, and project coordination and scheduling.

SKILLS

Coordinate Public Involvement

Design: Stormwater Management System

Develop Field Monitoring Program

Eco: Hydrologic Budget

Hydrologic and Hydraulic Evaluation

Permitting: Drainage

Permitting: Environmental Resource

Permitting: Water

Sustainability-driven Planning

Topographical Survey

Red Bug lake Road Regional Stormwater Facility, Casselberry, FL