South Kelsey Street Utility Replacement

Client: City of Monroe

Client: Jammi Guion

CHS designed the improvements to South Kelsey Street for the City. The design consisted of re-grading and repaving approximately 1,000 feet and overlaying approximately 240 feet of existing roadway. As part of the roadway improvements, upgrades were made to the curb and gutter for pedestrian safety, including the replacement of existing sidewalk ramps with ADA-approved ramps. Stormwater improvements included approximately 1,300 feet of storm main and approximately 600 feet of collector mains.

A water quality vault was installed to trap roadway impurities from the stormwater runoff and an infiltration gallery, allowing approximately 80% of the runoff to infiltrate rather than enter the City’s storm drainage system and, ultimately, the Skykomish River. Approximately 1,500 feet of water main has been installed with  connections to the existing water system and reconnection of all existing near and far side water services. CHS also designed the pipe bursting for approximately 2,200 feet of existing sanitary sewer.

Design 2010, Construction 2011
CHS Staff:
Evan Henke, P.E., Principal-in-Charge, Project Manager
Beth Podleski, E.I.T., Design Engineer
John Christensen, P.L.S., Survey Manager

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