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Pohick Creek Tributary at Greentree Village Park Stream Restoration

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The Pohick Creek Tributary at Greentree Village Park Stream Restoration project included restoration of approximately 2,500 linear feet of stream using Natural Channel Design. The project enhanced and stabilized the degraded stream channel, bed and bank, provided water quality benefits and aesthetics, and prevented further erosion. The project includes in-stream structures, realignment of a portion of the channel, engineered regenerative mix to promote groundwater recharge, fiberglass pedestrian bridge, and the re-establishment of the riparian buffer with native species.

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Pohick Creek Tributary at Greentree Village Park Stream Restoration

  1. 1. A Fairfax County, VA, publication Department of Public Works and Environmental Services Working for You! Contract No. CN16125159 Project No. SD-000031-161 Springfield District Tax Map No. 0882 22 0011A May 9, 2019 POHICK CREEK TRIBUTARY AT GREENTREE VILLAGE PARK STREAM RESTORATION (PC9222)
  2. 2. Pohick Creek Tributary at Greentree Village Park Stream Restoration Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch
  3. 3. Project Details Pohick Creek Tributary at Greentree Village Park Stream Restoration Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch Description: The Pohick Creek Tributary at Greentree Village Park Stream Restoration project has been substantially completed. This project included restoration of approximately 2,500 linear feet of stream using Natural Channel Design, enhancing and stabilizing the degraded stream channel, bed and bank to stabilize, enhance and provide water quality benefits and aesthetics and prevent further erosion. The project includes in-stream structures, realignment of a portion of the channel, engineered regenerative mix to promote groundwater recharge, fiberglass pedestrian bridge, and the re-establishment of the riparian buffer with native species. Water Quality Benefits: Removal of approximately 818 pounds of total phosphorus per year Removal of 2,258 pounds of total nitrogen per year Removal of 281,434 pounds of total suspended solids per year Project Team: Project Manager - Sajan Pokharel, Bel Pachhai, Charles Smith, Suzanne Foster Stormwater Planning Division Right of Way Agent - Carol Kresge, Land Acquisition Division Construction Manager - Scott Bishop, Utilities Design and Construction Division (UDCD) Construction Inspector - Mike Jones, UDCD
  4. 4. Pohick Creek Tributary at Greentree Village Park Stream Restoration Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch Field Master Drive, Tax Map 0882 PROJECT SITE
  5. 5. Pohick Creek Tributary at Greentree Village Park Stream Restoration Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch Pre-Existing Conditions
  6. 6. Before After Pohick Creek Tributary at Greentree Village Park Stream Restoration Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch
  7. 7. Before After Pohick Creek Tributary at Greentree Village Park Stream Restoration Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch
  8. 8. Before After Pohick Creek Tributary at Greentree Village Park Stream Restoration Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch
  9. 9. Before After Pohick Creek Tributary at Greentree Village Park Stream Restoration Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch
  10. 10. Additional Information For additional Information, please call www.fairfaxcounty.gov/publicworks Pohick Creek Tributary at Greentree Village Park Stream Restoration Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch Matthew Kaiser, Public Information Officer 703-324-8455, TTY 711 Matthew.Kaiser@fairfaxcounty.gov

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