Working with NC State to design, construct, and study a pollinator focused bioretention cell to treat runoff from the Burlington Splash Park in the Little Alamance Watershed. This project is jointly funded through a NC 319 Program Grant and the City of Burlington. Construction slated for January 2020.
Working with NC State to design, construct, and study a stormwater tree treatment train in the Little Alamance Watershed as part of a Clean Water Management Trust Fund Grant. Design and bidding process is complete and monitoring is on-going. Construction slated for January 2020.
The average motorist passing by the interchange of I-40/85 and Maple Avenue may not notice NCDOT’s latest efforts to protect Little Alamance Creek because most of the action happens below ground! To the casual observer the grassy area within the interchange appears much the same as it always has, but with one important exception, the […]
The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NC DEQ) 319 program, North Carolina State University, City of Burlington, and HydroVault Systems Inc. will be constructing an underground infiltration system at the Alamance County YMCA. This underground infiltration system will structurally support the overlaying ground surface and will be filled a proprietary media that is designed to […]
The North Carolina Clean Water Management Trust Fund (CWMTF), North Carolina State University, and the city of Burlington will be constructing the state’s first permeable curb and gutter adjacent to the United States Post Office along South Broad Street. This permeable curb and gutter will be hydraulically connected to a proprietary street tree system that will […]
The City of Burlington retroffited an existing drainage area near its Kernodle Senior Center and Aquatic’s Center. The bio-retention basin was selected as the best available retrofit after a retrofit study was conducted. The retrofit is only a couple hundred feet from the main stem of Little Alamance Creek and the basin is downstream from […]