WBCM designed stormwater management facilities to alleviate flooding and provide water quality credit at two sites in Baltimore County, Maryland. A rain garden was designed at the Chestnut Ridge Volunteer Fire Department and an asphalt parking pad was replaced with permeable grid cell pavers. A surface sand filter was designed at the Pikesville Library site along with new drainage structures to improve hydraulic conditions. Significant coordination with our contractor was required to avoid and minimize utility impacts and facilitate construction of both stormwater facilities. Flooding has been reduced at both sites and Baltimore County received 0.97 acres of impervious credit.

Client
Baltimore County
Service(s) Provided
Stormwater Design, Hydrologic/Hydraulic Analyses, Drainage Design, Flood Reduction, Utility Coordination, Permitting
Location
Pikesville, MD

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