Applying sustainable measures for long term lifecycle
After years of use, Sunset Island roads 3 and 4 in Miami Beach, Florida, were rundown, degraded, and losing their drainage capabilities. Recognizing the need for improvement, the City of Miami selected our team to help.
The primary goals of this project included infrastructure renewal, enhanced drainage and stormwater quality treatment, beautification, and combatting the effects of sea level rise. Our team served as design criteria professional and resident project representative for this design/build project which involved complete infrastructure and roadway reconstruction. The scope of our work included watermain and water service replacement, rehabilitation of the existing gravity sanitary sewer line and manholes, complete stormwater infrastructure improvements, roadway reconstruction, and concrete work (including valley gutters and driveways). The stormwater systems we implemented included a primary and secondary gravity collection system and one pump station for each island that discharge into Biscayne Bay.
This project successfully implemented long term sustainability measures—with the work now complete, residents can enjoy improved travel, aesthetics, and increased protection from flooding.
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