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UMW Stream Restoration

Client

University of Mary Washington

Location

Fredericksburg, VA

Project Description

As a part of an overall stormwater management plan to address current and future stormwater quality and quantity management needs, Koontz Bryant Johnson Williams in collaboration with ES, LLC a subconsultant, assessed existing stream outfalls and formulated a plan to address the extensive erosion of the channels. Stream restoration and stabilization plans were prepared for several drainage outfalls on the main campus.

Solutions Offered

• Steep terrain
• Limited construction access
• Budget constraints
• Minimizing land disturbance
• Protect existing infrastructure
• Preserve native vegetation
• Obtaining jurisdictional permits
• Obtaining federal agency approvals
• Post construction vegetation establishment and proper functioning

Budget

TBD

Completion Date

TBD

Markets

Educational