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The Natural Habitat of Brevard. A Private Community in Rockledge, FL. The Stormwater Management System. Prepared for: Mr. Fran Lemieux. Scope of the Project:

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    1. The Natural Habitat of Brevard A Private Community in Rockledge, FL The Stormwater Management System Prepared for: Mr. Fran Lemieux

    2. Scope of the Project: • To design and construct a stormwater management system fora 25 year/24 hour SCS Type III Florida Modified Storm Event in a newly developed 12.37 acre community located in Rockledge, FL off of Roy Wall Blvd (Brevard County). • Components of the Project: • 1. To design a stormwater management system (SMS) • 2. To prepare a construction schedule for the project • 3. To prepare a cost estimate for the project • 4. To provide a quality control plan • 5. To provide a budget control plan • 6. To develop construction contracts and terms

    3. The Project Management Plan: • Design • Stormwater Management System • Project Controls • Construction Schedule • Cost Estimate • Quality Control • Budget Control • Legal • Codes, Permits, Licenses, and Agencies

    4. Client Goals: • 1. To construct a quality residential development • 2. To alleviate flooding in the development and preserve the development’s natural • habitat • 3. To create an efficient stormwater management system within the community with • two aesthetically-pleasing large ponds • 4. To finish the project on time • 5. To make a profit

    5. The Stormwater Management System consists of: • Inlets • Pipe/Swale Network System • Wet Retention-Detention Ponds • Outlet Structure • The Constraint: • Post-Development Conditions must be less than or equal to Pre-Development Conditions

    6. The Pre-Development Conditions: Site Before Design Hydrograph

    7. The SMS Design: • – 32 Lots (0.2 acre per lot) • – Preserve/Landscaped • Area • – 2 Wet Retention/ • Detention Ponds • – 10 Inlets (14 subareas) • – 1722 ft of SW pipe used • – Weir/Orifice Design • Site After Design

    8. The Post-Development Conditions to the Ponds: Hydrographs

    9. The Post-Development Conditions through the Ponds: Hydrographs

    10. The Benefits: • Contaminated runoff water within the site will be treated by the two ponds as well as • the five swales and be released to the outfall location as clean water • The lots will have a great backyard view of two large bodies of water • The lots will provide more waterfront than most communities in Brevard County • There will be more wildlife preserve than any community in Brevard County • It will be a private-gated community to make everyone feel safe and secure at all times

    11. The Project Construction Schedule:

    12. The Project Construction Cost Estimate:

    13. The Quality Control Plan: • To maintain standards in every project by: • Inspecting • Analyzing • Taking Action • to make sure our product is always of the highest quality.

    14. Inspections = 3 Phase System: • Initial Inspection – 1 to 2 weeks prior to task to ensure plans, equipment, materials, methods will be ready • Pre-Inspection – day of task, but prior to construction to ensure all components are in place and according to spec • Post-Inspection – after construction, to ensure task meets specs, prior to • acceptance and payment • Analyze: • Review inspections • Review lab data • Take Action • Verbal corrections on the spot • Follow-up in writing • Do not pay until corrected

    15. The Budget Control Plan: • The budget control graph is our primary tool • Pay for: • Work Completed • Materials on Site • Change Orders

    16. The Project’s Codes, Permits, Licenses, and Agencies: • Codes • The following codes will be implemented during the design/construction process: • Storm Water Management Criteria (Code of Ordinances of Brevard County) – • Volume II, Chapter 62, Article X, Division 6 • Storm Water Management (Melbourne City Code) – Storm Water Ordinance, Chapter 27, Article I • Regulation of Storm Water Management Systems (St. John’s River Water Management • District) – Chapter 40C-42, F.A.C. • Permits and Licenses • Acquire necessary permits and licenses to complete task • Agencies • Maintain a good relationship with agencies and public

    17. The Project Summary: • Post-Development conditions are less than or equal to Pre-Development • The SMS will mitigate flooding within the development and preserve habitat • The two ponds will be very large and aesthetically pleasing • The construction schedule will ensure the project will be completed on time • The budget control plan will ensure the cost estimate will be enforced • A quality development will be achieved by following our quality control plan • Client’s needs are satisfied and Shaw makes a profit on the venture!

    18. Thank you from The Shaw Group, Inc. • If you have any questions regarding our work, please • contact me at: • Stephen Kozlowski • (603) 677-2566 • skozlowski2008@my.fit.edu