Upper Proctor Creek Capacity Relief Project
Phase B & C
Client: City of Atlanta | Department of Watershed Management
Project Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Phase B & C of the Upper Proctor Creek Capacity Relief Project – Rodney Cook, Sr. Park in Historic Vine City entails separating the combined sewer system to route stormwater down to the Cook Park retention pond (Phase A) currently under construction within the Vine City neighborhood. The pond was designed to manage 150 acres draining down to Boone Blvd and Vine St, including parts of Georgia World Congress Center. Once completed, the overall project will reduce localized flooding and provide sewer capacity relief to benefit both Vine City and English Avenue neighborhoods.
BenchMark Management provided the engineering, design, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling and permitting for the installation of approximately 9,000 lf. of large diameter storm pipe including replacement of curb inlets, concrete curb and gutter, concrete sidewalk, pavement repair and resurfacing. The engineering team used the latest versions of AutoCAD Civil 3D, Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis, and Arc GIS.
- Cost Estimation
- Engineering Design
- Hydrologic & Hydraulic Modeling
- Project Management
- Utility Coordination