Laurel Lake Estates stormwater project scope included addressing a dangerous pond with an aging and deteriorating spillway. This included removal of the dam structure and restoring to the original meandering creek with floodplain benches. This project required permitting through the United States Army Corps of Engineering and MSD, and was designed by Horner & Shifrin. The project took nine months to complete by T. Hill Construction for $885,476.34 which was within the budgeted amount having construction directly impacting six property owners.
Oak Springs Cul-de-Sac stormwater project scope included addressing street drainage which was impacting a private driveway due to lack of properly sized curb inlets. This included removal of the driveway and curb to install a new area inlet and curbing which diverts the water to an existing culvert. This project was designed by Burns & McDonell and constructed by Two Alpha Contracting. The project took two months to complete with a construction cost of $109,351.00 which was within the budgeted amount having construction directly impacting one property owner.