Storm Drain and Erosion Repair
Naval Base Point Loma, CA
- Completed: January 2020
- Project Owner: NAVFAC South West, Naval Base Point Loma
- Project Type: Grading-Sitework-Civil
- Value: $1,064,378.48
About this Project
- Design Build Project Redesign storm drain alignment and elevations.
- Design rip-rap energy dissipator Clear and Grub approximately .50 acres
- Placed approximately 2,300 CY of backfill to repair sinkholes.
- Excavated 260 CY of existing native soil around existing failed storm drain.
- Demolished, removed, and disposed of 320 LF of damaged portion of existing 12-inch diameter corrugated metal pipe.
- Removed and replaced 2 concrete catch basins (east side and west side of Cabrillo Memorial Drive) Installed concrete swale to divert stormwater flow to new catch basins.
- Provided and installed 450 LF of 12-inch diameter storm drainpipe, including bedding and backfill.
- Provided rough and finish grading. Repaired asphalt surface.
- Provided permanent erosion control measures including slope control, native vegetation, headwall and riprap.
- Provided hydroseeding, container planting and 1 year of plant establishment and maintenance.
- Installed guardrail system at top of slope
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