Drainage Improvements

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This project provides for the installation of drainage structures and pipe to eliminate current drainage problems within the city. 

  • Old Town Drainage Improvements

Project Description:
This project provides for the design and construction of interim drainage improvements on Main Street and University Drive.

Project Schedule: This project was completed successfully.

Contact Person:
Peter T. Millard, PE
City Engineer
Phone: 703-246-6330
E-mail: peter.millard@fairfaxva.gov
  • Burke Station Road Drainage Improvement

Project Description:
This project provides for the design and construction of curb and gutter with storm sewer pipes to eliminate the ditch along the west side of Burke Station Road from Main Street to Mosby Road.

Project Schedule: This project was completed successfully.

Contact Person: 
Peter T. Millard, PE
City Engineer
Phone: 703-246-6330
E-mail: peter.millard@fairfaxva.gov
  • Storm Drainage Study - Foxcroft and Mosby Woods Condos, Daniels Run

Project Description:

This project provides for the study of flooding issues at Foxcroft and Mosby Woods Condos and stream restoration at Daniels Run.

Click here for the final initial feasibility analysis report.

Click here for the Community Meeting Presentation, Engineering Analysis to Evaluate Flooding Issues.

Click here for the Preliminary Engineering Analysis and Design Foxcroft Colony and Mosby Woods Condominiums Presentation.

Click here for the Final Submission of Preliminary Design Drawings and Costs Estimates Foxcroft Colony Condominiums and the Mosby Woods Condominiums Summary.

 

Project Schedule: This project was completed successfully.

Contact Person: 
Christina Alexander
Stormwater Resource Engineer
Phone: 703-273-3067
E-mail: Christina.Alexander@fairfaxva.gov

 

 

  • Daniels Run Stream Restoration Project

Project Description:

The Daniels Run Stream Restoration Project consists of the restoration of approximately 765 linear feet of Daniels Run behind Daniels Run Elementary School in the City of Fairfax, Virginia. The proposed restoration design is based on natural channel design (ncd) principles. As the name implies, the goal of ncd is to restore a degraded stream by mimicking as much as possible, the characteristics of a stable, “natural” system. Through the use of fluvial geomorphic principles, ncd seeks to achieve long-term stability given current as well as future flow rates.

Project Schedule: This project was completed successfully.
Contact Person: 
Christina Alexander
Stormwater Resource Engineer
Phone: 703-273-3067
E-mail: Christina.Alexander@fairfaxva.gov