Wood/Patel was the prime consultant for this FCDMC and City of Peoria project. The project included a pre-design study, final drainage and roadway design, supporting drainage studies and report, and post-design services. A value analysis identified a refinement to eliminate one-half mile of downstream conveyance system saving over $1 million in construction and over $50K in design fees realized by the agencies. The constructed design utilizes open channels, storm drains and cross-culverts to intercept the 100-year flood and detain the storm water runoff in a two tiered basin system. The basin is dewatered through a water quality outlet which maintains flow to vegetation in a downstream wash. The inlets to the tiered basins include low-flow bypass piping to a water quality unit prior to discharge to the downstream wash. The project included the design of one mile of arterial road between 107th Avenue and 99th Avenue as well as the extension of 102nd and 104th Avenues. The roadway construction phase was put on hold pending City funding.
- More than $1M savings in construction cost and $50K in design
Flood Control District of Maricopa and City of Peoria