Kingswood Way Drainage Improvements (Phase 1)

Kingswood Way Drainage Improvements (Phase 1)

Location

Sioux Falls, SD

Construction Cost

$ 1,267,648

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The City of Sioux Falls needed a solution to the Kingswood Way neighborhood street flooding that was occurring regularly since the 1970’s. Due to the area’s lack of underground storm sewer as well as the low elevations of some homes, the streets became inundated during heavy rains. Banner was selected to complete a storm sewer analysis and design storm sewer improvements that were in line with the City’s Engineering Design Standards along with watermain, street, and street lighting improvements. The first phase included underground storm sewer along Kingswood Way from 32nd Street down to 37th Street. Banner also provided construction administration and construction staking services for this project.

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Project Goal # 1

Evaluate storm events to design a storm sewer system that meets City Engineering Design Standards

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Project Goal # 2

Design a storm sewer system that reduces the flooding potential within the adjacent neighborhood

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Project Goal #3

Address watermain and street lighting concerns with the proposed improvements

Project Features

  • Approximately 6 blocks of street improvements
  • 900' of watermain
  • 2500' of storm pipe (18" RCP to 42" RCP)
  • 2700' of curb and gutter
  • 4500 sf of 4" and 6" sidewalk including ADA ramps
  • 11 LED street lights
  • 10 Cast-in-place storm junction boxes
  • 24 Cast-in-place storm inlets

Services Provided

  • Preliminary and Final Design
  • Hydrology/Hydraulics
  • Bidding
  • Construction Administration
  • Construction Observation
  • Construction Staking

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