Bexar County Elm Forest

Bexar County Elm Forest
  • Bexar County Elm Forest
  • Bexar County Elm Forest
  • Bexar County Elm Forest
  • Bexar County Elm Forest
This project was intended to replace a low water crossing at the entrance of the subdivision along Elm Forest. It would provide more capacity at several inadequate drainage outfalls to Medio Creek. BMB designed drainage systems to collect runoff from upstream of Elm Forest Road on an unnamed Tributary 14 to Medio Creek. The crossing design and drainage structures were improved for the ultimate 100-year storm event. The crossing is being improved with a new bridge/culvert design.

Additional erosion control structures considered the effects of increased flow rates to properties downstream, developing drainage area maps and sizing of culverts and inlets. An H&H analysis using the San Antonio River Basin Regional Modeling Standards and latest SARA DFIRM models reflected recent developments, evaluating impacts of the proposed bridge and culvert improvements to flooding conditions, compared existing geometric H&H analysis to the results of the proposed improvements, and integrated effects of CLOMRs and LOMRs, not previously incorporated into public records.

Client

Bexar County

Location

San Antonio, Texas

Status

Near Completion

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What Our Clients Are Saying

David M. McBeth, P.E. – Capital Improvements Management Services

“Bain Medina Bain has served as the lead design consultant for the Rip Rap 69 Phase IID project that is currently under construction for the City of San Antonio. This assignment is considered a large and complex design project that includes the reconstruction of multiple blocks of city streets in older residential neighborhoods. The design included streets, storm drainage and large channel and culvert design, sidewalks, driveways, water and sewer reconstruction. The overall project construction is valued at approximately $12.2 million dollars.

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