Lake Lawne (Phase 1)

Regional Stormwater Facility

Orange County, Florida

Lake Lawne (Ph. 1)

Regional Stormwater Facility

This project included the design and permitting of a passive regional stormwater facility (RSF) within Barnett Park prior to its discharge to Lawne Lake (a Florida Impaired Waterbody). The design involved the modification of the C-6 canal to store additional stormwater runoff for pollutant abatement and reduce upstream flooding. A solar-powered irrigation system will use the stored water to irrigate the BMX track and multi-use sports fields.

This project was approached with the intended purpose of enhancing the native ecology of the park. The new facility design included new public information kiosks, exotic vegetation removal and native vegetation restoration, water quality treatment, and erosion and sedimentation control recommendations. Monitoring stations were installed to evaluate flow, water quality efficiency, and effectiveness of the constructed RSF treatment and provide the public real-time, on-site information.

The New Facility Design included:

  • New Public Information Kiosks
  • Exotic Vegetation Removal
  • Native Vegetation Restoration
  • Water Quality Treatment
  • Erosion and Sedimentation Control Measures

Monitoring stations were installed to evaluate:

  • Flow and water quality efficiency
  • Effectiveness of the constructed RSF treatment
  • Provide the public real-time, on-site information

Client

Orange County

Location

Orlando, Florida

Related Services

Madrid CPWG Engineers designed a solar-powered irrigation system that uses the stored water to irrigate the BMX track and multi-use sports fields.

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