This project was phase 1 of the implementation of a study area bounded by SE 5th Avenue, Federal Highway (US 1), Sheridan Street and Dania Beach Boulevard, within the City of Dania Beach. Basin 5 encompasses an area of 400± acres and is delineated through the use of the existing basin topography and the stormwater runoff patterns to the ultimate basin outfall known as West Lake Regional Park. Land uses within the basin are primarily single and multi-family residential, with the exception of the the US 1 corridor, which is comprised of commercial, industrial, and office land uses.
The proposed improvements consisted of the rehabilitation of the existing axial flow pump station, which pumps stormwater from a retention lake to the ultimate discharge outfall to the tidally controlled receiving waters.; replacement of the outfall pipes into the lake; construction of headwalls at each outfall; structural analysis and replacement of the pump station headwall; installation of concrete for the deepening of the lake bottom; and replacement of the existing backflow prevention device.
CGA developed the Stormwater Master Plan for Basin 5 through modeling performed using the Interconnected Channel and Pond Routing (ICPR) software. From the Master Plan, CGA provided the City with a prioritized list of necessary improvements, including projected cost, for inclusion in their Capital Improvement Plan.
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