Storm Water Completed Projects

1536 South Mason Road

1536 S. Mason Stormwater project scope included addressing a sink hole which was no longer functioning causing flooding to  downstream property owners. This project required permitting through MSD and was designed by Access Engineering. The project took five months to complete by Kelpe Contracting for $228,621.00 which was within the budgeted amount with construction directly impacting four property owners.

1967 Karlin Drive

1967 Karlin project scope included installing new storm sewer piping between 1967 & 1975 Karlin which didn't previously exist and provide bank stabilization at the outfall of that pipe and creek bank. This project required permitting through MSD and USACE, and was designed by Burns & McDonnell. The project took three months to complete by T. Hill Construction for $96,066.97 which was within the budgeted amount with construction directly impacting two property owners.

21 Brookmill Lane

Brookmill Lane Stormwater project scope included addressing significant drainage and erosion issues threatening the house at 21 Brookmill. This project required permitting through the United States Army Corps of Engineering and MSD, and was designed by Reitz & Jens. The project took five months to complete by JTL Landscaping for $161.934.00 which was within the budgeted amount with construction directly impacting three property owners.

Broomstick Lane

Broomstick Lane Stormwater project scope included addressing significant drainage from Broomstick Lane that impacted property owners on Broomstick and The Hamptons. The project required permitting through MSD and was designed by HRGreen. The project took three months to complete by Kelpe Contracting for $110,618.15 which was within the budgeted amount with construction directly impacting two property owners.



Sellenriek Upper - Essex Pointe Basin

Essex Pointe / Twin Farms Subdivision project scope included addressing a pond by updating the outfall structure to provide detention for the watershed and reestablish the original intended depth of the pond. This project required permitting through MSD, and was designed by Sterling Engineers. The project took seven months to complete by Two Alpha Contracting for $281.939.77 which was within the budgeted amount with construction directly impacting five property owners.

Summerhill South

Summerhill "South" is the first of a three part project to address drainage and erosion issues in the Summerhill Subdivision. Scope of the project included significant bank erosion which threatened Weidman Road and various other locations of the channel. This project required permitting through both the United States Army Corps of Engineers and MSD, and was designed by HRGreen. The project took six months to complete by T. Hill Construction for $244,267.67 which was under the budgeted amount with construction directly impacting three property owners.

Summerhill West

Summerhill "West" is second of a three part project to address drainage and erosion issues in the Summerhill Subdivision. Scope of the project included significant erosion occurring from drainage from Clayton Road. This project required permitting through MSD, and was designed by HRGreen. The project took three months to complete by T. Hill Construction for $135,653.71 which was under the budgeted amount with construction directly impacting four property owners.

Town & Country Estates

Town & Country Estates Lane Stormwater project scope included addressing significant drainage and erosion issues threatening the house structures and to remove a culvert which added to downstream erosion. This project required permitting through the United States Army Corps of Engineering and MSD, and was designed by Reitz & Jens. The project took seven months to complete by T. Hill Construction for $372,862.95 which was within the budgeted amount with construction directly impacting six property owners.