PLDD PROJECT #9
- Completion Date: 2007
- Construction Cost: $66,000
PLDD replaced a corroded bank discharge with an overbank discharge. An existing storm drain that extended east from the intersection of Pope Way and Condon Lane discharged at the top of the bluff creating an erosion hazard. The existing drain was located on private property.
The project obtained easement from Condon Lane to the bluff to allow install of a new 14-inch outfall, a portion of which was slip lined into the existing drain pipe. An HDPE above grade pipe extended from the drain at the top of the bluff and discharged into a 48-inch diameter catch basin/diffuser structure located on the beach below the bluff.
The pictures show the work being done to install a new drain pipe and place a catch basin onto the beach to drain the storm water in a manner to avoid damage to the beach.
This second set of pictures shows the work being done to install a new drain pipe and place a catch basin onto the beach to drain the storm water in a manner to avoid damage to the beach.
These are pictures of the catch basin on the beach at the foot of Pope and Condon Lane.
The design is very similar to the system at Libby Court (project #3).