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2011 Annual Association of State Floodplain Managers Conference

2011 Annual Association of State Floodplain Managers Conference

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  • 1. Martin KY HWMs and InundationLimit: A May 2009 RetrospectiveJoe Trimboli, MSc, CFMCommunity PlannerHuntington District11 May 2011US Army Corps of EngineersBUILDING STRONG®
  • 2. Town of Martin Floyd County Redevelopment Evacuation Flood Proofing Acquisition Relocation of public facilities BUILDING STRONG®
  • 3. Town of Martin BUILDING STRONG®
  • 4. Status The Phase 1 redevelopment site has been completed Fire Station has been relocated to a temporary facility Phase 2 real estate acquisition continues Phase 3 real estate activities in those areas impacted by the May 2009 flooding BUILDING STRONG®
  • 5. Town of Martin BUILDING STRONG®
  • 6. Town of MartinRedevelopment Site BUILDING STRONG®
  • 7. BUILDING STRONG®
  • 8. High Water Marks Immediate Response to Sever Flooding Areas of Interest ► District ► Repetitive Flooding ► Project Areas Standard Equipment Resulting Report BUILDING STRONG®
  • 9. Standard Form BUILDING STRONG®
  • 10. EquipmentGPS Survey Rod Digital Camera BUILDING STRONG®
  • 11. Teams 2 People Rod Person: Rod and GPS Camera Person: Camera and Form Select Site Place Rod Record Coordinates Take Pictures Fill in Form BUILDING STRONG®
  • 12. Collection and Processing Teams provided data to central POC Data was evaluated and standardized Gaps or questions answered by Team(s) Database created in Microsoft Access® Reports created and printed Archived for record BUILDING STRONG®
  • 13. Results BUILDING STRONG®
  • 14. Results BUILDING STRONG®
  • 15. Results BUILDING STRONG®
  • 16. Results BUILDING STRONG®
  • 17. Results BUILDING STRONG®
  • 18. Best Practices Be aware of GPS Accuracy Large Flat Areas Preferable Watch Separation Distance ► 500 foot maximum interval Include structural impediments ► BridgesCulverts ► Naturally Formed Barriers BUILDING STRONG®
  • 19. May 2009 - July 2010 BUILDING STRONG®
  • 20. Situation Flooding occurred in active project area (15 May 2009) Coordination Activities began with FEMA Special Studies Section received request (10 July 2010) ► What properties and structures where affected by event? BUILDING STRONG®
  • 21. High Water Marks BUILDING STRONG®
  • 22. Cross Section Derived BUILDING STRONG®
  • 23. Ground Surface Created BUILDING STRONG®
  • 24. Water Surface Created BUILDING STRONG®
  • 25. Depth and Inundation BUILDING STRONG®
  • 26. Delineation Toolbox BUILDING STRONG®
  • 27. May 2009 - July 2010 BUILDING STRONG®
  • 28. 3D Visualization BUILDING STRONG®
  • 29. QUESTIONS?SEAMLESS, CURRENT, and AUTOMATED BUILDING STRONG®