GEC managed this portion of the Biloxi Infrastructure Repair Program for water distribution system improvements, sewage collection system improvements, pump station design, storm drainage systems improvements and design, and road and road improvements design.
The project consists of civil engineering for an area entailing roughly 175 acres with more than 5 miles of roadway, utilities, and drainage improvements including subsurface sewer and drain pipes, and one 18 MGD $2.5M sewer pumping station. Services include: attending meetings with, researching and obtaining field information, topographic survey, drainage analysis, determining additional R/W requirements, compiling an engineer’s estimate, and construction administration duties. Deliverables include detail plans and specifications for conceptual design, preliminary design, final design, and construction phase documents. Plans include summary of quantities, typical sections, general notes and details, removal plans, water and sewer plan and profile sheets, pavement and drainage plan and profile sheets, cross sections, drainage analysis, design calculations, traffic control plans, pavement marking plans, intersection details, and SWPPP plan and details.
The program is funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and must be in compliance with FEMA’s Public Assistance Guide (FEMA 322).