Regional Stormwater Detention Facility

EDMOND, OKLAHOMA

CLIENT

University of Oklahoma

MARKET

Municipal Engineering

HIGHLIGHTS

2,673-LF of 16-in.

ductile iron pipe

 

382-LF of 20-in.

ductile iron pipe

 

25-LF of 20-in. steel pipe

CLIENT

Edmond, Oklahoma

MARKET

Municipal Engineering

Mr. Cabbiness was in responsible charge of the $1.1 million dollar Downtown Regional Detention Facility project design in Edmond, Oklahoma.

This ambitious design concept provided ample storm water detention for a majority of the core downtown area of Edmond. Located west of the existing Santa Fe Railroad Tracks and North of Hurd Avenue, the facility has a dual role for the community as a much needed detention pond and a small recreational park. The design included walking trails, a pedestrian bridge (as seen in the adjacent photo), reinforced concrete box culverts power jacked underneath the active railroad line to accommodate future storm sewer system upgrades, as well as a 500,000 cubic foot detention pond design. Although this project was mainly a drainage improvement project, the aspect of working with the Santa Fe Railroad for design approval and permitting showed the ability of Mr. Cabbiness to effectively communicate the client’s goals and objectives for a common solution between multiple stakeholders.