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9499 Beach Mill Road Channel Restoration Project

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9499 Beach Mill Road Channel Restoration Project

9499 Beach Mill Road Channel Restoration Project

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  • 1. 9499 Beach Mill Road Channel Restoration Project Dranesville District Project No. SD-000031-077
  • 2. Project Details Description and Overview: The project is located at 9499 Beach Mill Road in Great Falls, VA. The project’s main goal is to address an incised and severely eroded channel. Furthermore, the improvements will bring the channel to a stable condition, prevent future flooding, and eliminate very steep channel banks (a potential safety hazard) for the property. Project Scope of Work: • Removal and disposal of existing filter sacks (geo-tubes). • Import and placement of select fill and reinforced bedding material to raise the elevation of channel’s bottom. • Installation of various cross vanes structure, a series of cascading steep-pools structures, and a stone lined energy dissipation basin by utilizing large imbricated rocks. • Vegetative planting was also incorporated throughout the project limits DPWES Project Team: • • • • Project Manager – Ratna Pottumuthu Construction Manager – Yudhie Brownson Project Inspectors – Keith Ferrell Survey Analyst, DPWES - Gregory Harper Project Contractor – Environmental Quality Resources, LLC.
  • 3. 9499 Beach Mill Road – Tax Map No. 008-1 Site Limits 9499 Beach Mill Road
  • 4. Pre-existing Condition Very steep, eroded slope with failing filter socks
  • 5. Pre-existing Condition Highly eroded and incised channel, creating a potential safety hazard
  • 6. Raising the elevation of the existing channel bottom Imported and compacted Select Fill
  • 7. Newly installed modified cross vane structures
  • 8. Series of cascading step-pools structure
  • 9. Newly improved dissipation basin, cascading steppools, rock walls, and stabilized channel slopes
  • 10. For additional Information, please call Irene Haske, Public Information Officer 703-324-5821, TTY 711 SWPDmail@fairfaxcounty.gov www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes

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