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Huntington Levee

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The Huntington Levee is located at 5755 Mt. Vernon Drive, Alexandria, and provides a 2,800-foot levee along Cameron Run to protect the community from flooding associated with storms of up to at least a 100-year event. The levee is made up of a 10- to 15-foot high earthen embankment with a 4-foot high concrete I-wall which caps the steel sheet piles embedded in the embankment. The project also includes a 5,300 square foot mechanical pump station that houses three 42.5 million gallon per day axial flow pumps for the larger storm events and three 8,000 gallon per minute low flow pumps for base flows and smaller storms. Upgrades to the Farrington Park playground and a network of connecting trails was included in the project. The new levee infrastructure has been operational since spring 2019 and recently provided flood protection for the adjacent homes and community during the major rainfall event of July 8, 2019.

The project achieved the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure Envision Bronze Award and has been recognized with the National Capital Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers Sustainable Project/Program of the Year Award for 2019.

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Huntington Levee

  1. 1. A Fairfax County, VA, publication Department of Public Works and Environmental Services Working for You! HUNTINGTON LEVEE PROJECT NUMBER: SD-000037 SUPERVISORY DISTRICT: MOUNT VERNON JULY 2019
  2. 2. HUNTINGTON LEVEE – CAMERON RUN SIDE Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division
  3. 3. Project Details HUNTINGTON LEVEE Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division Project Description The Huntington Levee, located at 5755 Mt. Vernon Drive, Alexandria, provides a 2800- foot long levee along Cameron Run designed to protect the community from flooding associated with at least the 100-year storm events. The project consists of two main elements: 1) An earthen embankment and concrete I-wall levee; and 2) A mechanical pump station. The levee is a 10-15 foot high earthen embankment with a 4 foot high concrete I-wall which caps the steel sheet piles embedded in the embankment. The 5,300 SF Pump Station houses three 42.5 MGD axial flow pumps for the larger storm events, and three 8,000 GPM low flow pumps for base flows and smaller storms. Upgrades to the Farrington Park playground and a network of connecting trails are also included. The Huntington Levee project achieved the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure Envision Bronze award and the National Capital Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers Sustainable Project/Program of the Year Award for 2019. Substantial Completion Date: June 28, 2019 Total Project Cost: $ 41,200,000
  4. 4. Project Details HUNTINGTON LEVEE Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division Project Description The Huntington Levee, located at 5755 Mt. Vernon Drive, Alexandria, consists of a 2800-foot long levee along Cameron Run designed to protect the community from flooding associated with 100-year storm events and smaller. The project consists of two main elements: earthen embankment/concrete I-wall levee and a pump station. The levee is a 10-15 foot high earthen embankment with a 4 foot high concrete I-wall to cap the steel sheet piles embedded into the embankment. The 5,270 SF Pump Station houses three 42.5 MGD axial flow pumps for large storm events and three 8,000 GPM low flow pumps for base flows and smaller storms. The project also includes upgrades the Farrington Park playground and a network of connecting trails. The project received the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure Envision Bronze award and the National Capital of the American Society of Civil Engineers Sustainable Project/Program of the Year for 2019. Substantial Completion June 28, 2019 Project Cost $ 41,200,000 County Project Team- Building Design and Construction Division- DPWES • David Franklin, RA, Project Manager- BDCD • Christopher A. Smith, RA, Construction Manager- BDCD • Amin Abdel Hameid, Construction Manager, BDCD • Emir Davis, CMIT, Building QC Inspector- BDCD • Dennis Cate, Land Acquisition, Capital Facilities Maintenance and Stormwater Management Division- DPWES • Karlee Copeland, Branch Chief • Aaron Green, PE, CFM • Michael Dreher, PE Wastewater Collection Division- DPWES • Gerges Abdou, Branch Chief Fairfax County Park Authority • Andrew Galusha, LA, Park Planner • Philip Hagar, Park/Rec Specialist Architect/Engineer: Arcadis U.S. General Contractor: Archer-Western Contractors
  5. 5. HUNTINGTON LEVEE Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division 5755 Mt. Vernon Drive Alexandria, VA 22303
  6. 6. HUNTINGTON LEVEE Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division 5755 Mt. Vernon Drive Alexandria, VA 22303 Project Rendering – Looking West
  7. 7. WEST END of LEVEE I-WALL LOOKING EAST Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division Photo by Alan Ruof Storm of July 8, 2019 HUNTINGTON LEVEE
  8. 8. HUNTINGTON LEVEE Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division Pump Station
  9. 9. HUNTINGTON LEVEE Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division Pump Station – Pump Room with Bar Screens
  10. 10. HUNTINGTN LEVEE Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division Pump Room – High Flow Pumps
  11. 11. Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division HUNTINGTON LEVEE Control Room - SCADA Control Panel
  12. 12. Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division HUNTINGTON LEVEE Emergency Generator and Low Flow Pumps (below concrete pad)
  13. 13. Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division HUNTINGTON LEVEE Access Road Along Levee and Cameron Run
  14. 14. Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division HUNTINGTON LEVEE Ponding Area and Vegetative Drainage Swale Photo by Alan Ruof Storm of July 8, 2019
  15. 15. Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division HUNTINGTON LEVEE Farrington Park
  16. 16. Additional Information For additional Information, please call www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes HUNTINGTON LEVEE Department of Public Works and Environmental Services/Building Design and Construction Division Matt Kaiser, Public Information Officer 703-324-8455, TTY 711 Matthew.Kaiser@fairfaxcounty.gov

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