This project, located in the headwaters of Grices Run on James River Elementary School property, consists of the stabilization of an intermittent stream channel to reduce erosion and the installation of a bioretention stormwater facility to improve stormwater runoff water quality. This project will stabilize the eroding stream and the bioretention facility will replace outdated infrastructure. The stream stabilization and bioretention facility will provide significant water quality benefits and contribute to meeting the County’s permit obligations for the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (CBTMDL) requirements.
Civil Engineering Design: Completed
Construction - Start June 20, 2016
Substantially complete - Sept. 2, 2016
Estimated Budget - $400,000
Stantec Consulting Services - $99,490
Contract payments and percent completed - $74,187.49 - 74.6%
Henry S. Branscome, LLC - $405,770.91
Contract payments and percent completed - $405,770.91 - 100%
Additional services - $9,690
Wetlands delineation performed.
Preliminary design complete and submitted for site plan review.
Conduct field delineation of wetlands and waters of the United States.
Final site plan approval obtained Feb. 5, 2016.
Wetlands permit received.
Contract awarded to Henry S. Branscome, LLC – May 24, 2016.
Construction begun – June 20, 2016.
Work substantially complete – Sept. 2, 2016.
Record drawings approved - June 26, 2017.
Punch list items completed.
Submission for SLAF reimbursement.
Work must be conducted in the summer when school is not in session.