Sie sind auf Seite 1von 64

Department of Public Works

ENGINEERING DIVISION

59 Town Hall Square FALMOUTH MASSACHUSETTS 02540 Tel: (508) 495-7430 Fax: (508) 495-7435

June 15, 2010 Jennifer L. McKay, Conservation Administrator Conservation Commission Town of Falmouth 59 Town Hall Square Falmouth, MA 02540 Dear Jennifer: The Town of Falmouth Department of Public Works Engineering Division (the DPW) is requesting permission to perform preliminary maintenance to a culvert located under Gardiner Road in front of house #55. The DPW will be filing a Notice of Intent to replace the pipe with the work to be performed in the fall. We will have to seek temporary construction and permanent maintenance easements on two parcels to the south of the road because the end of the culvert lies outside of the Gardiner Road right-of-way and within these two properties. In the meantime, we would like to alleviate the flooding occurring on the north side of the road by performing maintenance to get the culvert flowing freely again. The work would be performed in three phases as follows: Phase I Pipe Exposure Phase I would involve locating and exposing the ends of the existing culvert. On the north side, a backhoe and shovels would be used to expose the pipe end and an extension piece would be added to extend the pipe end out into the flooded area and prevent clogging. On the south side, the end of the pipe would be exposed by hand and the area around the outlet would be dug out slightly to prevent clogging. A few shovelfuls of riprap would be placed in the depression to minimize erosion. Construction Sequence (Someone from the Engineering Department to be onsite during all work operations) Notify Dig Safe a minimum of 72 working hours before construction. Notify the Town of Falmouth Water and Wastewater Departments. Both departments will need to mark out their utilities. Install Turbidity Barrier on the north side in a 10 foot radius from the area of work, shore to shore. Install haybales and siltfence in the mosquito ditch 10 feet from the area of work. Before any construction commences, the Conservation Commission and Engineering Department will inspect the site. Expose culvert end on north side. All spoils will be removed from the site. Install 4 foot extension to culvert on north side. Expose culvert on south side. All spoils will be removed from the site. Excavate 1 foot below pipe approximately 2-5 square feet in area. Backfill excavated area with rip rap. Remove any collected sediment at haybales. The Conservation Commission and Engineering Department will inspect the site at the end of Phase I. Traffic will have to be rerouted for Phase I. The anticipated time of construction is a single work day. Police details would be utilized as required. Residences along this portion of Gardiner Road will be allowed access.

This letter laid out our plans to clean out a pipe under the road and within an environmentally sensitive area.

P:\Private\Projects\Gardiner Road\2010\#54&58\Documents\Letters\Maintenance letter-concom-6-8-2010.doc

Jennifer L. McKay June 15, 2010June 8, 2010 Page 2


Phase II Pipe Cleaning (a minimum of 2 weeks later) A minimum of two weeks after Phase I work is completed, the DPWs vactor truck will be used to attempt to clear the debris from inside the pipe with the water jet tools (penetrating, cutting, spinning) starting from the south side. If the culvert cannot be cleared from the south side, the water jet tools will be used from the north side. If the debris cant be cleared from the culvert from either side with the vactor truck, the location of the obstruction(s) will be determined and marked for Phase III construction if necessary. Construction Sequence (Someone from the Engineering Department to be onsite during all work operations) Before any construction commences, the Conservation Commission and Engineering Department will inspect the site. Verify haybales and turbidity barrier are in functioning condition. Remove any collected sediment at the haybales prior to commencement of work. Install plug into north side of the culvert. Begin clearing the culvert of debris on the south side until the culvert is fully cleared or an obstruction that cannot be cleared is encountered. Maintain haybales downstream of the work at all times. Stop clearing operations to remove accumulated sediment at the haybales as required. At no point should sediments be allowed to breach the haybales. All sediment/debris shall be removed from the site; no stockpiling will be allowed. If necessary due to an obstruction, remove plug from the north side and install on the south side. Proceed to clear the culvert of debris from the north side until the culvert is fully cleared or an obstruction that cannot be cleared is encountered. Maintain haybales downstream of the work at all times. Stop clearing operations to remove accumulated sediment at the haybales as required. At no point should sediments be allowed to breach the haybales. All sediment/debris shall be removed from the site; no stockpiling will be allowed. If necessary due to an obstruction, verify location of obstruction(s) and mark with paint. Remove any collected sediment at haybales. The Conservation Commission and Engineering Department will inspect the site at the end of Phase II. Traffic will have to be rerouted for Phase II. The anticipated time of construction is a single work day. Police details would be utilized as required. Residences along this portion of Gardiner Road will be allowed access. Phase III Pipe Repair (If necessary) If the culvert cannot be cleared with the vactor truck, portion(s) of the culvert may need to be replaced. At this point, all work would be either located in the pavement, sidewalk, or shoulder outside of the marsh. A new haybale and siltfence line would be installed. A saw cut of the area if in pavement would be required. The pipe would be exposed, and the blocked section(s) would be removed and a new small section would be installed. Construction Sequence (Someone from the Engineering Department to be onsite during all work operations) Notify the Town of Falmouth Water and Wastewater Departments. Both Departments should be on site in case of damage to their utilities. Notify National Grid. National Grid should be on site in case of damage to their gas line. Install haybale siltfence line around entire area to be excavated. Before any construction commences, the Conservation Commission and Engineering Department will inspect the site. If obstruction(s) are within pavement area(s), saw cut and remove pavement as required. All debris is to be removed from the site; no stockpiling will be allowed. Plug the north side of the culvert.

Jennifer L. McKay June 15, 2010June 8, 2010 Page 3


Excavate and expose the full diameter of the culvert. Portions may have to be hand dug due to the proximity of other utilities. Remove obstructed section (s) of the culvert and install a new section of the same diameter and material as is removed. (Records indicate it is 8 Corrugated Metal Pipe). All debris is to be removed from the site; no stockpiling will be allowed. Backfill and return excavation to original conditions. Loam and seed if in shoulder, patch pavement or sidewalk if in the roadway. Sweep entire construction area and remove all debris and sediments prior to removal of surface haybales and siltfence. Remove turbidity barrier and any accumulated sediments from the site. Remove haybales on the south side and any accumulated sediments from the site. Remove plug from the north side to allow the flooded area to drain. Observe until fully drained. Be prepared to reinstall plug if downstream erosion occurs. If erosion occurs, plug the culvert. Install rip rap in eroded areas as necessary and install haybales as a check dam downstream of the culvert in the mosquito ditch. If north side has not fully drained by the end of the work day. Reinstall the plug and return the next work day to continue draining. Continue to observe until fully drained. Be prepared to reinstall plug if downstream erosion occurs. If check dams were installed, remove sediments and the haybales from the site after fully drained. Traffic will have to be rerouted for Phase III. The anticipated time of construction is a single work day.

Please see the attached sketch for further information and details. Some of the proposed work will be performed outside of the Gardiner Road right-of-way and will require permission from the property owners. The Engineering Department will coordinate with the property owners. Also the residents at #s 37, 61, 67, 46, 50, 58, 60, and 66 will be notified prior to commencement of work so that coordination of access to their properties can be provided during the construction days. Sincerely,

Scott Schluter Staff Engineer Town of Falmouth Department of Public Works Engineering Division Cc: Raymond Jack, Director of Public Works Peter M. McConarty, Acting Town Engineer John T. Lyons, Superintendent of Highways Michael S. Souza, Assitant Superintendent of Highways Leonard Johnson, President 300 Committee, 0 Gardiner Road James J. Robinson, Trustee, 55 Gardiner Road John Doane, Superintendent Cape Cod Mosquito Control Project

LOCUS

0+00 10

0+60
1 ANCHOR SLOT

2 OVERLAP

3 ANCHOR AT WALL
18"

4 JUNCTION

This project involved the design and permitting of replacing a collapsed pipe under a road near a seawall. The concerns were the implications to the hydraulics and hydrology of the wetlands.
6"

5 TERMINAL FOLD

1 2 4

5
-5

BRING TO LEVEL GROUND AND TERMINATE

NOTE: EROSION CONTROL MATERIAL TO BE NORTH AMERICAN GREEN SC 150 OR APPROVED EQUAL.

REINFORCED SLOPE MATERIAL


NOT TO SCALE

CULVERT SEAWALL CULVERT SEAWALL

CULVERT

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Department of Public Works


ENGINEERING DIVISION

59 Town Hall Square FALMOUTH MASSACHUSETTS 02540 Tel: (508) 495-7430 Fax: (508) 495-7435

May 26, 2010 Jennifer McKay Conservation Commission Administrator Town of Falmouth 59 Town Hall Square Falmouth, MA 02540 Dear Ms McKay:

This project involved coming up with a solution to a parking lot that was flooded out every rain storm. High groundwater and sensitive wetland resource areas were obstacles to the solution. I designed a detention swale/basin with an outlet that reduced peak discharge, provided first flush treatment, and allowed some infiltration to reduce volumes discharging to the nearby salt pond. This project was in the public eye and ended up impressing the Townspeople. It was a cooperative effort between Engineering and the DPW who constructed it. We laid out the work in the field and assisted them in interpreting and completing the design.

Attached please find supplemental calculations for the Mill Road street reconstruction project to amend the Order of Conditions # 25-3568 as you requested. Included in this packet are the following documents: Existing and Proposed Drainage Area Plans (2 sheets) Existing and Proposed Stormwater Calculations Water Quality Calculations Soil Survey Map

The purpose of the new information is to provide an outlet to the previously approved design plans. The original design relied upon exfiltration of the storm water. Given the existing soils and proximity of the seasonal high groundwater to the elevations around the site, exfiltration will not work. The current situation on the site consists of the roadway and sidewalk have been reconstructed minus the final surfaces, the roadside swale has been shaped (the finish surfaces and 6 drain pipe have not been constructed), and the proposed basin was partially excavated in early fall of 2009. Construction was halted during the winter season. During this time we have observed that the swale system conveys the storm water to the basin, keeping the Mill Road surface dry, even during several large storm events. The issue is that the basin is not exfiltrating and has overtopped during some storm events. The basin has maintained water at various depths since construction, never completely emptying. The proposed revisions are an effort to drain the basin. The bottom of the basin will be raised to elevation 2.5 ft which puts it above groundwater levels recorded in the nearby monitoring wells. The sediment sumps and low flow channels are slightly lower and will likely have water during high tide events, therefore those bottom surfaces are proposed to be rip rap. The top of the basin will maintain the current elevation of 3.0 ft as well as the current location of the top of the excavation. The proposed outlet consists of recycled granite curbing sections set at elevation 2.5 ft which will convey storm water to a 12 foot wide grass lined swale prior to discharge into Salt Pond. Given the complications of the

S:\Private\Projects\Mill Road\2010\Parking Lot\Submissions\ConCom-5-26-10\submission letter.doc

Ms McKay May 24, 2010 Page 2 topography, existing soil types, high groundwater, and space constraints, we feel the design revisions meet the Stormwater Management Standards to the maximum extent practicable where full compliance is not met. The following is a summary of the results: Stormwater Calculations
Design Point Salt Pond 2 Yr-24 Hr Design Storm Existing Proposed Peak: 2.45 cfs Peak: 2.69 cfs Vol:0.39 af Vol:0.423 af 10 Yr-24 Hr Design Storm Existing Proposed Peak: 8.77 cfs Peak: 8.40 cfs Vol:0.94 af Vol:0.98 af 100 Yr-24 Hr Design Storm Existing Proposed Peak: 24.45 cfs Peak: 22.69 cfs Vol:2.23 af Vol:2.28 af

Stormwater Management Standards


1. No new stormwater conveyances (e.g. outfalls) may discharge untreated stormwater directly to or cause erosion in wetlands or waters of the Commonwealth. The project consists of a single outfall at the end of a storm water treatment train consisting of a roadside swale, sediment forebay, low flow channel, and detention basin. The outfall from the basin consists of a vegetated swale in an effort to prevent erosion to the discharge at Salt Pond. 2. Stormwater management systems shall be designed so that post-development peak discharge rates do not exceed predevelopment peak discharge rates. This Standard may be waived for discharges to land subject to coastal storm flowage as defined in 310 CMR 10.04. Maximum Extent Practicable-Redevelopment The project increases peak outflow for the 2 year storm by 0.24 cfs. Since Salt Pond is a tidal water body and the discharge was designed to minimize erosion, this slight increase should not have an impact. The 10 year and 100 year storms result in a decrease in peak storm water flows as a result of the proposed storm water appurtenances. 3. Loss of annual recharge to groundwater shall be eliminated or minimized through the use of infiltration measures including environmentally sensitive site design, low impact development techniques, stormwater best management practices, and good operation and maintenance. At a minimum, the annual recharge from the post-development site shall approximate the annual recharge from pre-development conditions based on soil type. This Standard is met when the stormwater management system is designed to infiltrate the required recharge volume as determined in accordance with the Massachusetts Stormwater Handbook. Maximum Extent Practicable-Redevelopment The groundwater is within a few feet of all existing surfaces in the project area. There is no feasible infiltration for this project. The project is not increasing impervious surfaces so there should not be a decrease in recharge due to the proposed work.

Ms McKay May 24, 2010 Page 3


4. Stormwater management systems shall be designed to remove 80% of the average annual post-construction load of Total Suspended Solids (TSS). This Standard is met when: a. Suitable practices for source control and pollution prevention are identified in a long-term pollution prevention plan, and thereafter are implemented and maintained; b. Structural stormwater best management practices are sized to capture the required water quality volume determined in accordance with the Massachusetts Stormwater Handbook; and c. Pretreatment is provided in accordance with the Massachusetts Stormwater Handbook. Maximum Extent Practicable-Redevelopment In addition to the previously approved design, the revisions propose a sediment forebay at the swale outlet pipe, a low flow channel in the basin bottom, and a sediment sump at the outlet. The proposed revisions will improve sediment removal over the original approved design. 5. For land uses with higher potential pollutant loads, source control and pollution prevention shall be implemented in accordance with the Massachusetts Stormwater Handbook to eliminate or reduce the discharge of stormwater runoff from such land uses to the maximum extent practicable. If through source control and/or pollution prevention all land uses with higher potential pollutant loads cannot be completely protected from exposure to rain, snow, snow melt, and stormwater runoff, the proponent shall use the specific structural stormwater BMPs determined by the Department to be suitable for such uses as provided in the Massachusetts Stormwater Handbook. Stormwater discharges from land uses with higher potential pollutant loads shall also comply with the requirements of the Massachusetts Clean Waters Act, M.G.L. c. 21, 26-53 and the regulations promulgated thereunder at 314 CMR 3.00, 314 CMR 4.00 and 314 CMR 5.00. Maximum Extent Practicable-Redevelopment The proposed project does not include a land use with higher potential pollutant loads. 6. Stormwater discharges within the Zone II or Interim Wellhead Protection Area of a public water supply, and stormwater discharges near or to any other critical area, require the use of the specific source control and pollution prevention measures and the specific structural stormwater best management practices determined by the Department to be suitable for managing discharges to such areas, as provided in the Massachusetts Stormwater Handbook. A discharge is near a critical area if there is a strong likelihood of a significant impact occurring to said area, taking into account site-specific factors. Stormwater discharges to Outstanding Resource Waters and Special Resource Waters shall be removed and set back from the receiving water or wetland and receive the highest and best practical method of treatment. A storm water discharge as defined in 314 CMR 3.04(2)(a)1 or (b) to an Outstanding Resource Water or Special Resource Water shall comply with 314 CMR 3.00 and 314 CMR 4.00. Stormwater discharges to a Zone I or Zone A are prohibited unless essential to the operation of a public water supply. Maximum Extent Practicable-Redevelopment The proposed project discharges to a mapped soft shelled clam shellfish suitability area. As previously mentioned the existing elevations of the project are a few feet above seasonal high groundwater. That, in combination of the narrow right of way space available required the storm water management appurtenances to be located in the parking lot at the intersection of Surf Drive and Mill Road. A low profile conveyance system in the form of a swale was required to convey the storm water to the parking area where a sediment forebay, low flow channel, and outlet sump located in the proposed detention basin provide storm water treatment. Given the distance from the beginning of the storm water collection point in Mill Road (~600 ft), the suggested Treatment BMPs could not be utilized in the design. The high groundwater prevents the use of infiltration measures.

Ms McKay May 24, 2010 Page 4


7. A redevelopment project is required to meet the following Stormwater Management Standards only to the maximum extent practicable: Standard 2, Standard 3, and the pretreatment and structural best management practice requirements of Standards 4, 5, and 6. Existing stormwater discharges shall comply with Standard 1 only to the maximum extent practicable. A redevelopment project shall also comply with all other requirements of the Stormwater Management Standards and improve existing conditions. Maximum Extent Practicable-Redevelopment See above Standards. 8. A plan to control construction-related impacts including erosion, sedimentation and other pollutant sources during construction and land disturbance activities (construction period erosion, sedimentation, and pollution prevention plan) shall be developed and implemented. Included on the design plans are erosion control measures that are in line with the previously approved application. 9. A long-term operation and maintenance plan shall be developed and implemented to ensure that stormwater management systems function as designed. Included on the design plans are the additional Operation and Maintenance requirements. The previously approved Operation and Maintenance plans still apply.

10. All illicit discharges to the stormwater management system are prohibited. The previously approved illicit discharge statement still applies.

We look forward to meeting with the board to discuss the design plans and calculations at your earliest convenience so the original Order of Conditions can be amended and construction can proceed prior to the start of the beach season allowing the parking lot be opened to the public. Sincerely,

Scott Schluter Staff Engineer

These are Water Quality Volume calculations I did for this project.

LOCUS

PLANTING SCHEDULES

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

SECTION A-A

SECTION C-C

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

These are portions of the Notice Intent for the project.

1.0
1.1 Introduction

PROJECT NARRATIVE

Notice of Intent

Submitted Pursuant to M.G.L. Chapter 131, Section 40 (MA Wetlands Protection Act) and the Code the Town of Falmouth Chapter 235, and the Town of Falmouth Wetlands Regulations FWR 10.00

The Town of Falmouth Department of Natural Resources (FDNR) is filing this Notice of Intent (NOI) for approval to replace an existing failing fishway and roadway above the fishway under the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act (M.G.L. Chapter 131, Section 40), 310 CMR 10 Wetlands Protection, the Code of the Town of Falmouth Chapter 235, and the Town of Falmouth Wetlands Regulations FWR 10.00. 1.2 Project Site

The project site is located within the right-of-way of Bay Road (this portion is an unimproved private way) and partially on the lots known as #126, #131, and #138 Bay Road and #123 Chester Street in North Falmouth, MA (the Site); Town of Falmouth Assessors Map 05 Section 03 Parcel 007A Lot 12, Map 05 Section 03 Parcel 009 Lot 000, Map 05 Section 03 Parcel 010A Lot 13, and Map 05 Section 03 Parcel 007 Lot 000, respectively as shown on Figure 1 Locus Map and Figure 1A 2009 Orthophotos in Appendix A. The fishway connects Rands Canal to an unamed stream fed from Cedar Lake; Rands Canal is connected to Megansett Harbor which is part of Buzzards Bay in the Atlantic Ocean. The Site is not located in an area designated as a Water Resource Protection District, Wildlife Corridor, or Coastal Pond Overlay District as shown on Figure 2 Town of Falmouth Overlay Districts in Appendix A. The Site is not located in protected areas designated by the Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program as shown on Figure 3 Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program Mapping in Appendix A. A portion of the Site (the end of the fish ladder) is located within an area mapped as Designated Shellfish Growing Areas as shown on Figure 4 Shellfish Suitability Areas in Appendix A. The Site is not located within a State mapped ACEC, ORWs or Zone II as shown on Figure 5 ACEC, ORWs, and Zone II in Appendix A. As required by the Natural Resources Conservation Service, the proposed design utilizes the North American Vertical Datum of 1988 (NAVD88). The Site is located within a FEMA mapped Zone A12 (EL 14 NGVD29, EL 13.15 NAVD88) as shown on Figure 6 FEMA Flood Map 25521100001G in Appendix A.

BAY ROAD FISHWAY REPLACEMENT

NORTH FALMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS

Submitted to:

Falmouth Conservation Commission 59 Town Hall Square Falmouth, MA 02540

Submitted by:

Department of Natural Resources 59 Town Hall Square Falmouth, MA 02540

Prepared by:

To determine tidal data, elevations of high tide on February 11, 2011 at 1:19 PM were taken. Based on the Tide Tables and Chappaquoit Point Tidal Station (see Appendix C), Mean HigherHigh Water, Mean High Water, Mean Low Water, and Mean Lower-Low Water were determined and placed on the plans. The Mean Low Water boundary was taken from taken from Dock License Plan No. 7546 for Thomas L. Kennedy recorded at the Barnstable County Registry of Deeds Book 543 Page 74. The proposed plans can be found in Appendix E.

Town of Falmouth DPW Engineering Division 416 Gifford Street Falmouth, MA 02540

Notice of Intent

Page 1

November 7, 2011

Bay Road Fish Ladder Replacement Falmouth, MA

1.3

Proposed Project

In addition to the fishway and roadway appurtenances, two existing water services will be abandoned and the two residences will be reconnected to another water main in the area (work scheduled for this fall, 2011), an existing gas line will be relocated to meet the new roadway grades and alignment, and an existing telephone pole has already been relocated off the proposed new roadway surface. Funds for the reconstruction of this fishway are being provided by Federal Grant money through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act as part of the Cape Cod Water Resources Restoration Project. The project is a coordinated effort between the Town of Falmouth Department of Natural Resources, Department of Public Works Engineering Division, Department of Public Works Highway Department, Conservation Commission, Town Counsel, Water Department; United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service; Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries; United States Fish and Wildlife Service; Mass Bays Program; National Grid; NSTAR; abutters to the project, and neighbors on this portion of Bay Road. 1.4 Resource Area Determination and Impacts

In 2004 the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries, in Technical Report TR-16 A Survey of Anadromous Fish Passage in Coastal Massachusetts Part 2. Cape Cod and the Islands, rated the fishway between Cedar Lake and Rands Canal in North Falmouth in poor condition with inefficient passage (see Appendix A). The Applicant is proposing to remove and reconstruct this failing fishway and the roadway above it. The fishway is comprised of a fish ladder which is considered a notched weir-pool configuration made of concrete with steel plates. It is approximately 77 linear feet in length, and 3.1 feet in width and has 14 baffles. Upstream of the ladder is a culvert that runs under Bay Road to the unnamed stream fed by Cedar Lake. The culvert enters under Bay Road through a concrete and stone headwall on the upstream end, and exits through a concrete retaining wall on the downstream end. The culvert is a 30 corrugated metal pipe, 27 linear feet in length, set at a 6.6% slope and contains internal baffles to further assist fish access to the stream leading to Cedar Lake. The culvert is prone to clogging which requires FDNR staff to climb into the 30 culvert to clear the debris. The concrete structure of the fishway is eroding and portions have fallen apart. A fence dividing the roadway from the vertical drop at the culvert exit headwall has fallen and there are no protective measures at the vertical drop of the culvert upstream end. The roadway edge over the culvert is poorly defined and extremely narrow, preventing two cars passing in opposite direction. There is evidence of frequent erosion from Bay Road into the stream due to the poor condition of the dirt surface of this portion of Bay Road.

Some of the resource areas within and adjacent to the project site were delineated by Peter McConarty (USACOE Wetland Delineator Certificate Program Certified), Acting Town Engineer of the Town of Falmouth DPW Engineering Division as well as Mark Kasprzyk, Conservation Commission Agent of the Town of Falmouth Conservation Commission. Other resource areas were determined from tidal data. The Town of Falmouth Department of Public Works Engineering Division located flagged resource areas via on-the-ground survey methods. 1.4.1 Land Under the Ocean (10.25) Land Under the Ocean starts at Mean Low Water (MLW) and extends seaward. The Mean Low Water line was taken from Dock License Plan No. 7546 for Thomas L. Kennedy recorded at the Barnstable County Registry of Deeds Book 543 Page 74 (see Appendix C). The Town of Falmouth requires a 75 foot Zone A (No Disturb) followed by 25 feet of Zone B (outer buffer) for Land Under the Ocean. 310 CMR 10.25 requires no buffer zone for this resource area.

The goal of this project is to replace the fish ladder and culvert and restore the migration of river herring and American eel as well as other catadromous and anadromous fish to this fishway. In addition, this portion of Bay Road will be reconstructed, improving stormwater management, and erosion and sedimentation into the stream. Some of the existing culvert and roadway lies outside of the Bay Road right-of-way; the proposed design will realign the road, culvert and headwalls so they will be situated within the right-of-way.

Since Bay Road is a dead end road and there are 11 residences that rely on crossing the stream as the only access their lots, Bay Road must be kept open for travel during construction. In order to facilitate this, the project has been broken into two phases consisting of constructing one-half of the roadway width in each phase. Because of the required phasing, the portion of Bay Road immediately above the fishway will be expanded in width to 28 feet, providing two lanes from the current 12+/- width. This will allow one lane to be constructed while the other is in use. The additional width will make Bay Road safer by providing an area where vehicles going in opposite directions can pass each other. The inclusion of guardrails will be an additional safety benefit over the existing conditions.

Currently the fish ladder is accessed via a severely eroded path from the roadway down the coastal bank to the fish ladder. In order to mitigate erosion on the coastal bank leading down to the fishway and to provide access to the fish ladder, a new wood observation deck and stairs will be constructed.

The proposed project includes replacement of portions of the fish ladder currently located within Land Under the Ocean, but will be limited to the existing fish ladder alignment plus some additional temporary disturbance for construction. The proposed erosion and sediment controls will protect resource areas adjacent to the construction area. The project will not have an adverse effect on the Land Under Water Resource and in fact, should improve the resource area by encouraging growth of catadromous and anadromous fish populations utilizing the repaired fishway for reproduction migration. In addition to this benefit, the existing collapsing fish ladder will be removed eliminating concrete and steel currently eroding into Rands Canal.

The new culvert under Bay Road will be set at a shallow slope (0.5%) and embedded slightly to encourage migration of eel species. The proposed culvert will be larger at 48 to provide adequate water depth. The fish ladder and culvert were designed to work together to provide the best conditions for species using the ladder.

Notice of Intent

Page 2

Bay Road Fish Ladder Replacement Falmouth, MA

Notice of Intent

Page 3

Bay Road Fish Ladder Replacement Falmouth, MA

Table 1: Land Under the Ocean (10.25)

Proposed Buffer Disturbance 41 sf 218 sf 39 sf Proposed Buffer Disturbance Existing Fish Ladder within the Resource Area Temporary Construction Disturbance within the Resource Area Proposed Fish Ladder within the Resource Area 1.4.4 Land Containing Shellfish (10.34) <1 cy

75 Zone A: 2,431 sf

25 Zone B: 2,930 sf

100 Buffer: 5,361 sf

Existing Fish Ladder within the Resource Area


Table 3: Salt Marshes (10.32)

The downstream end of the existing fish ladder lies within the flagged Salt Marsh. Since the fish ladder will be replaced, work will be done within the Salt Marsh, but will be limited to the existing fish ladder alignment plus some temporary disturbance for construction. A large portion of the salt marsh is populated with phragmites. When completed, the new fish ladder will not be falling into the Salt Marsh like the current fishway does and construction disturbance will help control the pragmites population. Therefore, this project should be considered an improvement to the Salt Marsh.

Temporary Construction Disturbance within the Resource Area

Proposed Fish Ladder within the Resource Area

100 Zone A: 8,187 sf 170 sf 971 sf 339 sf

Proposed Dredged Resource Area (for ladder end)

1.4.2 Coastal Bank (10.30)

Coastal Bank was determined in the field, flagged by Peter McConarty, and adjusted/verified by Mark Kaspryzk. The Town of Falmouth requires a 50 foot Zone A (No Disturb) followed by 50 feet of Zone B (outer buffer) for Coastal Bank. 310 CMR 10.30 requires a 100 foot buffer for this resource area.

The proposed project includes work along the coastal bank where the existing fishway crossed under Bay Road. The existing Coastal Bank includes the retaining wall/headwall over the culvert under Bay Road. Since the new culvert and retaining wall location will be moved to within the Bay Road right-of-way, the existing Coastal Bank will be realigned in this area. The move also impacts slopes of the Coastal Bank leading down to the upstream end of the fish ladder. A portion of the new slopes leading down to the fishway will be graded 2.5:1 and reinforced with rip rap to control erosion (The existing slope in this area is 1.5:1 without erosion control). The new retaining wall and associated grading will be an improvement over the existing failing retaining wall and eroding slopes leading to the fishway and Rands Canal.

The downstream end of the fishway falls within an area considered Land Containing Shellfish as shown on Figure 4 Shellfish Suitability Areas in Appendix A. The delineation of this area falls within Land Under the Ocean which is defined by MLW as described in Section 1.4.1 of this report. The Town of Falmouth requires no buffer to Land Containing Shellfish. 310 CMR 10.34 requires no buffer for Land Containing Shellfish.

Table 2: Coastal Bank (10.30)

Proposed Buffer Disturbance 49 ft

50 Zone A: 7,390 sf

50 Zone B: 1,476 sf

100 Buffer: 8,866 sf

A portion of the downstream end of the existing fishway lies within an area that may contain shellfish. Since the fishway will be replaced, work will be done within Land Containing Shellfish, but will be limited to the existing fishway footprint below MLW plus some additional temporary disturbance for construction. Shellfish species found within the limit of work will be relocated under the guidance of the Shellfish Constable. There should be no impact on shellfish communities as a result of replacing the existing fishway.

Length of Coastal Bank Disturbed

1.4.3 Salt Marshes (10.32)

The boundaries of the Salt Marsh were determined in the field by Mark Kasprzyk. The Town of Falmouth requires a 100 foot Zone A (No Disturb) for Salt Marshes. 310 CMR 10.32 requires a 100 foot buffer for this resource area.

Notice of Intent

Page 4

Bay Road Fish Ladder Replacement Falmouth, MA

Notice of Intent

Page 5

Bay Road Fish Ladder Replacement Falmouth, MA

I had to determine the Mean Higher-High Water, Mean High Water, Mean Low Water, and Mean Lower-Low Water elevations based on observed tidal data.

blsf
Prepared by HydroCAD SAMPLER 1-800-927-7246 www.hydrocad.net
HydroCAD 9.10 Sampler s/n S13691 2010 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC

Rainfall not specified


Printed 4/19/2011 Page 2

blsf
Prepared by HydroCAD SAMPLER 1-800-927-7246 www.hydrocad.net
HydroCAD 9.10 Sampler s/n S13691 2010 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC

Rainfall not specified


Printed 4/19/2011 Page 3

This report was prepared with the free HydroCAD SAMPLER, which is licensed for evaluation and educational use only. For actual design or modeling applications you must use a full version of HydroCAD which may be purchased at www.hydrocad.net. Full programs also include complete printed documentation, technical support, training materials, and additional features which are essential for actual design work.

This report was prepared with the free HydroCAD SAMPLER, which is licensed for evaluation and educational use only. For actual design or modeling applications you must use a full version of HydroCAD which may be purchased at www.hydrocad.net. Full programs also include complete printed documentation, technical support, training materials, and additional features which are essential for actual design work.

Summary for Pond E:


Routing by Stor-Ind method Peak Elev= 0.00' @ 0.00 hrs Surf.Area= 639 sf Storage= 896 cf Plug-Flow detention time= (not calculated) Center-of-Mass det. time= (not calculated) Volume #1 Elevation (feet) -2.00 -1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 9.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 13.00 13.15 Invert -2.00' Avail.Storage 43,267 cf Perim. (feet) 65.0 154.0 237.0 313.0 397.0 414.0 201.0 276.0 387.0 453.0 460.0 559.0 616.0 570.0 620.0 734.0 716.0 Storage Description Custom Stage Data (Irregular)Listed below (Recalc) Inc.Store (cubic-feet) 0 350 546 757 988 1,157 1,334 1,529 1,768 2,239 2,726 3,172 3,909 5,508 7,310 8,566 1,407 Cum.Store (cubic-feet) 0 350 896 1,654 2,641 3,799 5,133 6,662 8,430 10,669 13,395 16,567 20,476 25,984 33,294 41,860 43,267 Wet.Area (sq-ft) 253 1,808 4,398 7,736 12,495 13,664 24,093 26,950 32,816 37,248 37,931 45,975 51,337 55,719 60,491 72,793 74,872

Summary for Pond P:


Routing by Stor-Ind method Peak Elev= 0.00' @ 0.00 hrs Surf.Area= 573 sf Storage= 812 cf Plug-Flow detention time= (not calculated) Center-of-Mass det. time= (not calculated) Volume #1 Elevation (feet) -2.00 -1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 9.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 13.00 13.15 Invert -2.00' Avail.Storage 42,253 cf Perim. (feet) 71.0 120.0 185.0 280.0 361.0 297.0 278.0 295.0 359.0 429.0 445.0 627.0 538.0 575.0 614.0 715.0 712.0 Storage Description Custom Stage Data (Irregular)Listed below (Recalc) Inc.Store (cubic-feet) 0 321 491 689 912 1,099 1,253 1,432 1,664 1,965 2,242 2,700 4,024 5,831 7,340 8,835 1,457 Cum.Store (cubic-feet) 0 321 812 1,500 2,412 3,511 4,765 6,196 7,860 9,825 12,067 14,766 18,790 24,621 31,961 40,796 42,253 Wet.Area (sq-ft) 237 988 2,573 6,096 10,240 13,607 14,523 15,349 18,696 23,103 24,299 39,834 48,106 51,430 55,167 65,869 66,227

Surf.Area (sq-ft) 253 458 639 882 1,097 1,219 1,452 1,608 1,933 2,559 2,897 3,455 4,381 6,718 7,919 9,230 9,537

Surf.Area (sq-ft) 237 413 573 811 1,016 1,185 1,323 1,543 1,788 2,147 2,338 3,078 5,050 6,649 8,053 9,640 9,788

Volume Calculations

PROJECT: Bay Road Fishway SUBJECT: Volume Calculations

-2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 13.15 Total 0 350 546 757 988 1157 1334 1529 1768 2239 2726 3172 3909 5508 7310 8566 1407 43266

This is a by the foot volume analysis for filling in Bordering Land Subject to Flooding.

CALC BY: CHECK BY:

Bordering Land Subject To Flooding Existing Volume Proposed Volume Elevation (cubic feet) (cubic feet) Delta (cubic feet)

0 321 491 689 912 1099 1253 1432 1664 1965 2242 2700 4024 5831 7340 8835 1457 42255 0 -29 -55 -68 -76 -58 -81 -97 -104 -274 -484 -472 115 323 30 269 50 -1011

SCS DATE: DATE: 4/19/2011

These are portions of the Stormwater Report for the project.


1.0 Executive Summary

Hydrologic/Hydraulic Engineering Report Fishway Replacement at Bay Road North Falmouth, MA

The Town of Falmouth DPW Engineering Division has prepared a detailed design of the stormwater management system in conjunction with the proposed replacement of an existing failing fishway at Bay Road in North Falmouth, Massachusetts. Included in this report are the methods that will be employed to prevent any potential adverse hydrologic impacts as well as water quality impacts due to the proposed construction. The objective of this Stormwater Management Program is to direct and collect a portion of the stormwater runoff through a drainage channel and to distribute it to an infiltration pit developed in accordance with the MassDEP Stormwater Management Standards. The remaining portions of the site will be directed and collected through drainage channels that will distribute the runoff to the unnamed stream between Rands Canal and Cedar Lake (the unnamed stream) in a controlled manner. The proposed stormwater quality mitigation measures include a drainage channel and a leaching basin. The supporting hydrologic and hydraulic calculations for the proposed project are included as Appendices to this report. This project is considered a mix of new construction and a redevelopment project; therefore Stormwater Management Standards are required only to the maximum extent practicable for Standards 2, 3, and the pretreatment and structural best management practice requirements of Standards 4, 5, and 6 for the redevelopment portion. Every effort was made to meet the Standards. The new construction portion of the project involves the widening of Bay Road by more than one lane over the fish ladder; the remaining portions of the project are considered redevelopment as they involve replacement of an existing fish ladder and the addition of stormwater management appurtenances to an existing roadway widened by a few feet. 1.1 Design Point Summary

A description of the pre-development and post-development drainage characteristics follows. Generally, this project attempted to match post-development characteristics to the predevelopment state. The use of stormwater BMPs, along with careful site planning resulted in an improvement in the drainage characteristics as a result of the proposed project.
1.1.1 Pre-Development Drainage Characteristics

The existing site is the portion of Bay Road adjacent to Rands Canal located in North Falmouth, Massachusetts. The site slopes from the north and the south down towards wetlands around Rands Canal and the unnamed stream between the canal and Cedar Lake. The majority of the project area is within the Bay Road roadway surface and the existing fishway structures. The total existing watershed area for the pre-development stormwater runoff analysis consists of 0.83 acres. The total watershed area is divided into two drainage areas (HydroCAD subcatchments). A time of concentration flow path was developed and land cover areas were determined for each drainage area. The pre-development stormwater runoff from these areas flows to one Design Point where the peak rates of runoff are compared to the post-development conditions runoff. Design Point 1 is Rands Canal.
Town of Falmouth DPW Engineering Division 4

Submitted to: Falmouth Conservation Commission September 28, 2011

Drainage Area 1 (HydroCAD Subcatchment DA1) flows overland to the freshwater wetlands to the east of Bay Road. Drainage Area 2 (HydroCAD Subcatchment DA2) flows overland to the salt water resource areas west of Bay Road. Both the freshwater wetlands and the salt water resource areas discharge to the Design Point (HydroCAD Reach RANDS), Rands Canal.
Table 1: Design Point 1 Summary

Runoff Comparison at Rands Canal Storm Event 2 Yr cfs 0.77 0.55 1.18 2.02 1.52 2.19 10 Yr cfs 25 Yr cfs 100 Yr cfs 3.11 3.11 100 Yr Volume cf 10,062 8,930

The Existing Conditions Drainage Area Plan (see Appendix B) indicates the boundaries of the pre-development drainage areas and the time of concentration flow paths utilized in the calculations. The pre-development drainage calculations can be found in Appendix C. Pre-Development Post-Development

1.1.2

Post Development Drainage Characteristics

The proposed project consists of the replacement of an existing failing fishway and the roadway surface of Bay Road above it. A stormwater infiltration pit is proposed to contain some of the runoff from upper portion of Bay Road. The stormwater management facilities have been designed to attenuate peak discharge increases in stormwater runoff due to construction of the project and to provide groundwater recharge approximating existing conditions. The postdevelopment design watershed area is divided into three drainage areas for a total of 0.86 acres. The increase in area of 0.03 acres is due to the proposed grading of the site which will alter drainage divides. 1.3 Stormwater Checklist

A review of the analysis and subsequent calculations in this report indicate reductions in peak stormwater discharge from the site will be realized upon completion of the project due to this Stormwater Management Program. Accordingly, no impact or increase in the frequency or extent of flooding downstream from the site due to the construction of the project is expected.

As in the pre-development conditions, stormwater runoff from Drainage Area 100 (DA100) will flow to freshwater wetlands to the east of Bay Road. Stormwater runoff from Drainage Area 101 (DA101) will flow to a proposed infiltration pit with an overflow that will discharge to the freshwater wetlands to the east of Bay Road. As in the pre-development conditions, stormwater runoff from Drainage Area 200 (DA200) will flow overland to the salt water resource areas west of Bay Road. Both the freshwater wetlands and the salt water resource areas discharge to the Design Point (HydroCAD Reach RANDS), Rands Canal.

The MassDEP Checklist for Stormwater Report follows.

The Proposed Conditions Drainage Plan (see Appendix B) indicates the boundaries of the predevelopment drainage areas and the time of concentration flow paths utilized in the calculations. The post-development drainage calculations can be found in Appendix D.

1.2

Detailed Hydrologic and Hydraulic Analysis

Pre and post development runoff summaries are provided below. Detailed calculations and descriptions can be found in later sections of this report.

1.2.1

Pre and Post Development Runoff Comparisons

Peak stormwater runoff flows from the site for the 2, 10, 25, and 100-year storm have been calculated for pre-development and post-development conditions. The increase in stormwater runoff due to the development of the site has been determined and will be mitigated through the use of an on-site stormwater infiltration pit. A runoff comparison between pre-development and post-development conditions at each Design Point is shown below.

Town of Falmouth DPW Engineering Division 5

Town of Falmouth DPW Engineering Division 6

Existing and Proposed drainage maps.

LEGEND
DRAINAGE DIVIDE TIME OF CONCENTRATION PATH DA# FW SW RANDS RANDS CANAL SALT WATER WETLANDS FRESHWATER WETLANDS DRAINAGE AREA DA# FW SW RANDS IP1

LEGEND
DRAINAGE DIVIDE TIME OF CONCENTRATION PATH DRAINAGE AREA FRESHWATER WETLANDS SALT WATER WETLANDS RANDS CANAL INFILTRATION PIT

TOWN OF FALMOUTH

TOWN OF FALMOUTH

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Subcat
Reach

DA1

FW

I used HydroCAD for the analysis between existing and proposed drainage characteristics.

Pond

Link

RANDS

DA2

SW

existing
Prepared by Town of Falmouth, DPW, Engineering
HydroCAD 9.10 s/n 07153 2010 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC

Subcatchment DA1: Subcatchment DA2: Reach FW: Reach RANDS: Reach SW:

Flow (cfs)

Drainage Diagram for existing Prepared by Town of Falmouth, DPW, Engineering, Printed 5/23/2011

HydroCAD 9.10 s/n 07153 2010 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC

Type III 24-hr 2-YR Rainfall=3.50"


Printed 5/23/2011 Page 4

existing
Prepared by Town of Falmouth, DPW, Engineering
HydroCAD 9.10 s/n 07153 2010 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC

Type III 24-hr 2-YR Rainfall=3.50"


Printed 5/23/2011 Page 5

Time span=0.00-72.00 hrs, dt=0.01 hrs, 7201 points Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS Reach routing by Stor-Ind+Trans method - Pond routing by Stor-Ind method
Runoff Area=19,633 sf 31.18% Impervious Runoff Depth=1.43" Flow Length=310' Tc=5.0 min CN=77 Runoff=0.77 cfs 0.054 af Runoff Area=16,635 sf 11.43% Impervious Runoff Depth=0.28" Flow Length=221' Tc=7.7 min CN=53 Runoff=0.04 cfs 0.009 af Inflow=0.77 cfs 0.054 af Outflow=0.77 cfs 0.054 af Inflow=0.77 cfs 0.063 af Outflow=0.77 cfs 0.063 af Inflow=0.04 cfs 0.009 af Outflow=0.04 cfs 0.009 af

Summary for Subcatchment DA1:


Runoff = 0.77 cfs @ 12.08 hrs, Volume= 0.054 af, Depth= 1.43"

Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.01 hrs Type III 24-hr 2-YR Rainfall=3.50"

Area (sf) 3,975 3,185 2,937 595 8,941 19,633 13,511 6,122

CN 72 98 98 36 68 77

Description Dirt roads, HSG A Paved parking, HSG A WETLANDS HSG D Woods, Fair, HSG A <50% Grass cover, Poor, HSG A Weighted Average 68.82% Pervious Area 31.18% Impervious Area

Total Runoff Area = 0.833 ac Runoff Volume = 0.063 af Average Runoff Depth = 0.90" 77.88% Pervious = 0.648 ac 22.12% Impervious = 0.184 ac

Tc Length Slope Velocity Capacity Description (min) (feet) (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 0.3 25 0.0400 1.44 Sheet Flow, Smooth surfaces n= 0.011 P2= 3.50" 0.9 25 0.0500 0.47 Sheet Flow, Fallow n= 0.050 P2= 3.50" 1.2 260 0.0500 3.60 Shallow Concentrated Flow, Unpaved Kv= 16.1 fps Total, Increased to minimum Tc = 5.0 min 2.4 310

Subcatchment DA1:
Hydrograph
0.85 0.8 0.75 0.7 0.65 0.6 0.55 0.5 0.45 0.4 0.35 0.3 0.25 0.2 0.15 0.1 0.05 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 Time (hours)

0.77 cfs @ 12.08 hrs

Runoff

Runoff=0.77 cfs @ 12.08 hrs Type III 24-hr 2-YR Rainfall=3.50" Runoff Area=19,633 sf Runoff Volume=0.054 af Runoff Depth=1.43" Flow Length=310' Tc=5.0 min CN=77

Subcat

DA100

Reach

FW

Pond

Link

IP1

DA101

RANDS

DA200

SW

proposed
Prepared by Town of Falmouth, DPW, Engineering
HydroCAD 9.10 s/n 07153 2010 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC

Flow (cfs)

Drainage Diagram for proposed Prepared by Town of Falmouth, DPW, Engineering, Printed 5/23/2011
Subcatchment DA100:
Hydrograph
0.6 0.55 0.5 0.45 0.4 0.35 0.3 0.25 0.2 0.15 0.1 0.05 0 0 2 4 6

HydroCAD 9.10 s/n 07153 2010 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC

Type III 24-hr 2-YR Rainfall=3.50"


Printed 5/23/2011 Page 3

proposed
Prepared by Town of Falmouth, DPW, Engineering
HydroCAD 9.10 s/n 07153 2010 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC

Type III 24-hr 2-YR Rainfall=3.50"


Printed 5/23/2011 Page 4

Summary for Subcatchment DA101:


Runoff
Runoff

0.23 cfs @ 12.08 hrs, Volume=

0.016 af, Depth= 1.24"

0.54 cfs @ 12.12 hrs

Runoff by SCS TR-20 method, UH=SCS, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.01 hrs Type III 24-hr 2-YR Rainfall=3.50"

Runoff=0.54 cfs @ 12.12 hrs Type III 24-hr 2-YR Rainfall=3.50" Runoff Area=21,219 sf Runoff Volume=0.043 af Runoff Depth=1.06" Flow Length=176' Tc=7.6 min CN=71

Area (sf) 2,679 1,113 0 0 3,123 6,915 5,802 1,113 Tc Length (min) (feet) 0.3 25 0.3 25 93 44

CN 72 98 98 36 68 74

Description Dirt roads, HSG A Paved parking, HSG A Wetlands HSG D Woods, Fair, HSG A <50% Grass cover, Poor, HSG A Weighted Average 83.90% Pervious Area 16.10% Impervious Area

8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 Time (hours)

1.0 0.1

1.7

187

Slope Velocity Capacity Description (ft/ft) (ft/sec) (cfs) 0.0400 1.44 Sheet Flow, Smooth surfaces n= 0.011 P2= 3.50" 0.0500 1.57 Sheet Flow, Smooth surfaces n= 0.011 P2= 3.50" 0.0100 1.61 Shallow Concentrated Flow, Unpaved Kv= 16.1 fps 0.0711 9.23 3.22 Pipe Channel, 8.0" Round Area= 0.3 sf Perim= 2.1' r= 0.17' n= 0.013 Corrugated PE, smooth interior Total, Increased to minimum Tc = 5.0 min

These are Water Quality and Ground Water Mounding calculations.

Water Quality and Recharge Volume Calculation Worksheet

PROJECT: CALC BY:

Bay Road Fishway SCS DATE:

3/9/2011

1. Total Area of Project = 0.86 ac 2. Total Impervious Cover= 0.08 ac 3. Water Quality Volume? Discharge into shellfish growing areas and cold-water fisheries, therefore volume to be treated = 1" x total impervious area of post developed site.

WQV = 1" X Total Impervious Cover = 1" X 0.08 = 0.08 ac-in = 0.01 ac-ft

4. Compute Recharge Volume (ReV) Hydrologic Ic Vol. to ReV ReV Soil Group (Impervious Recharge =Ic X Vol. Area) to Recharge (ac) (in) (ac.-in) (cf) A 0.08 0.40 0.03 116.16 B 0.00 0.25 0.00 0.00 C 0.00 0.10 0.00 0.00 D 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Totals 0.08 116.16 *Ic = Area of impervious cover of proposed site within hydrologic soil group. 116.16 CUBIC FEET OF RUNOFF MUST BE RECHARGED

5. Compute Rooftop Runoff. Total Roof Area= 0 ac Runoff = Total Roof Area X First Flush >>> = 0 ac-in = 0.00 ac-ft 1 in

Assume 15 diameter leaching basin (7 Basin + 4 stone). 100 yr storm volume = .055 af in 24 hours = 2,396 cf/day = 17,923 gal/day. Assume 5.55x10^3 m/yr = 50 ft/day. (Table 5.2 Sand) Assume 27% Specific Yield. (Table 4-39 Sand) 35 foot deep boring, assuming could have gone further before bedrock, use 35 feet for thickness. 24 hours storm = 0.003 years

6. How much of the recharge volume can be met by infiltrating the roof? Remainder to be infiltrated = Rev - Roof Runoff = 116.16 0.00 = 116.16 cf No roof to recharge.

7. Total volume of Water to be treated for water quality? Volume of Water to be Treated = WQV-RR = 0.01 0.00 = 0.01 ac-ft = 290.4 cf 290 CUBIC FEET OF RUNOFF MUST BE TREATED FOR WATER QUALITY From HydroCAD, Infiltration Pit volume = 409 CF (Static Method)

8. Capture Area Adjustment Total Impervious Cover= 0.08 ac Impervious Discharging to Infiltration= 0.03 ac Total/Discharged = 2.67 Rev * (Total/Discharged) = 310 cf From HydroCAD, Infiltration Pit volume = 409 CF (Static Method)

Groundwater mound will not raise into the leaching basin for a 100 year storm volume.

INSTRUCTIONS: 1. In BMP Column, click on Blue Cell to Activate Drop Down Menu 2. Select BMP from Drop Down Menu 3. After BMP is selected, TSS Removal and other Columns are automatically completed.

Version 1, Automated: Mar. 4, 2008

Location: B BMP1
Subsurface Infiltration Structure

DA-101

C TSS Removal Rate1


0.80

D Starting TSS Load*


1.00

E Amount Removed (C*D)


0.80

F Remaining Load (D-E)


0.20

0.00

0.20

0.00

0.20

0.00

0.20

0.00

0.20

TSS Removal Calculation Worksheet

0.00

0.20

0.00

0.20

0.00

0.20

0.00

0.20 Separate Form Needs to be Completed for Each Outlet or BMP Train

Total TSS Removal =


Project: Bay Road, Falmouth MA Prepared By: Scott Schluter Date: 4/11/2011
Non-automated TSS Calculation Sheet must be used if Proprietary BMP Proposed 1. From MassDEP Stormwater Handbook Vol. 1

80%

*Equals remaining load from previous BMP (E) which enters the BMP

Mass. Dept. of Environmental Protection

DA-3 (FE2) Wetlands USE 1/2 100 YEAR STORM INFLOW TO REACH FW USE 1/2 100 YEAR STORM INFLOW TO REACH FW

DA-3 (FE2)

DA-2 (FE1)

Pipe Sizing DA-1

LOCATION FROM TO

Scour Calculations DA-2 Wetlands (FE1)

Wetlands

Wetlands

Intensity 25 year = 6 in/hr Intensity 100 year = 7.5 in/hr

PROJECT: Bay Road Fishway SUBJECT: Rational Method Drainage

Leaching Basin (-)

DRAIN AREA (Acre) C Ca TOTAL CxA (Acre) Tc (min) RAINFALL (in/hr)

USE 100 YEAR STORM INFLOW TO INFILTRATION PIT

USE 1/2 100 YEAR STORM INFLOW TO REACH FW

USE 1/2 100 YEAR STORM INFLOW TO REACH FW

STORM DRAINAGE CALCULATIONS BY MANNING'S EQUATION

Total Suspended Solids calculations and Pipe Sizing calculations.

CALC BY: SCS DATE: 4/12/2011 CHECK BY: DATE: DESIGN STORM: 25 Year/100 Year

Q TOTAL Q=CaCiA (CFS)

1.33

1.33

1.33

1.33

0.80

STORM DRAINAGE CALCULATIONS BY MANNING'S EQUATION


PROJECT: Bay Road Fishway SUBJECT: Rational Method Drainage CALC BY: CHECK BY: SCS DATE: DATE: 4/11/2011 DESIGN STORM: 25 Year, and 100 year

LOCATION A
FROM TO Q (Actual) (ft/s) 0.80 1.33 1.33 1.33 1.33

B
Size (ft) 0.67 0.67 0.67 0.67 0.67

C
So ft/ft)

D
n (-)

E
Q (Full) (ft/s) 3.21 2.83 2.22 2.83 2.22

PIPE DESIGN F G
d (ft) 0.2270 0.3210 0.3720 0.3210 0.3720 (deg) 142.80 175.76 166.68 175.76 166.68

H
A (ft) 0.105 0.166 0.200 0.166 0.200

I
WP (ft) 0.83 1.02 1.12 1.02 1.12

J
Rh (ft) 0.13 0.16 0.18 0.16 0.18

K
Q (ft/s) 0.80 1.33 1.33 1.33 1.33

L
V (ft/s)

M
Inv (1) (ft) 15.60 12.50 9.10 12.50 9.10

N
Inv (2) (ft) 12.50 7.00 6.90 7.00 6.90

R
Cover (2) (ft.) 1.8 0.3 -0.6 0.3 -0.6

Ground Ground Cover Elev. (1) Elev. (2) (1) (ft) (ft) (ft.) 17.25 15.00 11.00 15.00 11.00 15.00 8.00 7.00 8.00 7.00 1.0 1.8 1.2 1.8 1.2

Pipe Slope Length (ft) (ft/ft) 44 100 65 100 65 0.070 0.055 0.034 0.055 0.034

DA 1 DA 2 DA 3 DA 1+2 DA 3 A B C D E F G H I J

Infiltration Wetlands Wetlands Wetlands Wetlands

0.070 0.013 0.055 0.013 0.034 0.013 0.055 0.013 0.034 0.013 K L M N O P Q R S T

7.63 7.99 6.66 7.99 6.66

Scour Calculations

Design flowrate target Pipe diameter Pipe slope (from T) Manning's roughness coefficient Pipe full flow capacity depth of design flow in pipe Used for calculating flow area Flow area Wetted perimeter Hydraulic radius

calculated flowrate calculated velocity Upstream invert Downstream invert Upstream ground elevation Downstream ground elevation Upstream cover over pipe Downstream cover over pipe Length of pipe Calculated slope of pipe

Pipe sizing and channel sizing calculations.

scour
Prepared by Town of Falmouth, DPW, Engineering
HydroCAD 9.10 s/n 07153 2010 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC

Type II 24-hr Rainfall=1.00"


Printed 9/26/2011 Page 2

Summary for Reach FE1:


Inflow Outflow = = 1.33 cfs @ 1.33 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.41 hrs, Volume= 7.915 af, Incl. 1.33 cfs Base Flow 7.913 af, Atten= 0%, Lag= 24.6 min

Routing by Stor-Ind+Trans method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.01 hrs / 2 Max. Velocity= 4.84 fps, Min. Travel Time= 0.0 min Avg. Velocity = 4.84 fps, Avg. Travel Time= 0.0 min Peak Storage= 4 cf @ 0.41 hrs Average Depth at Peak Storage= 0.30' Bank-Full Depth= 0.50', Capacity at Bank-Full= 5.08 cfs 0.00' x 0.50' deep channel, n= 0.033 Side Slope Z-value= 3.0 '/' Top Width= 3.00' Length= 13.0' Slope= 0.1538 '/' Inlet Invert= 7.00', Outlet Invert= 5.00'

FE1

FE2
Summary for Reach FE2:
Inflow Outflow = = 1.33 cfs @ 1.33 cfs @ 0.00 hrs, Volume= 0.27 hrs, Volume= 7.915 af, Incl. 1.33 cfs Base Flow 7.914 af, Atten= 0%, Lag= 16.2 min

Routing by Stor-Ind+Trans method, Time Span= 0.00-72.00 hrs, dt= 0.01 hrs / 2 Max. Velocity= 4.30 fps, Min. Travel Time= 0.1 min Avg. Velocity = 4.30 fps, Avg. Travel Time= 0.1 min Peak Storage= 5 cf @ 0.27 hrs Average Depth at Peak Storage= 0.32' Bank-Full Depth= 0.50', Capacity at Bank-Full= 4.33 cfs 0.00' x 0.50' deep channel, n= 0.033 Side Slope Z-value= 3.0 '/' Top Width= 3.00' Length= 17.0' Slope= 0.1118 '/' Inlet Invert= 6.90', Outlet Invert= 5.00'

Subcat

Reach

Pond

Link

Drainage Diagram for scour Prepared by Town of Falmouth, DPW, Engineering, Printed 9/26/2011
HydroCAD 9.10 s/n 07153 2010 HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC

Rands Canal Fish Ladder Replacement

Rands Canal Fish Ladder Replacement

SECTION: 31 00 00 EARTHWORK

Part 1 General

a. Geotechnical laboratory test reports on borrow material. b. Daily geotechnical field reports indicating in-place density tests. c. One proctor test indicating the optimum moisture-maximum density curve for each type of soil encountered.

1.1. SCOPE A. This Section of the Specifications includes excavations of normal depth in earth for trenches, pavements and structures; backfilling such excavations to the extent required; filling; and rough grading.

1.2. A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M.

RELATED WORK Section 31 05 13 Soils for Earthwork Section 31 05 16 Aggregates for Earthwork Section 31 05 19.13 Geotextiles for Earthwork Section 31 05 19.19 Geogrids for Earthwork Section 31 14 13.13 Soil Stripping Section 31 22 13 Rough Grading Section 31 22 16.13 Roadway Subgrade Reshaping Section 31 22 19 Finish Grading Section 31 23 16.16 Structural Excavation for Minor Structures Section 31 23 16.26 Rock Removal Section 32 11 23 Aggregate Base Courses Section 32 15 40 Crushed Stone Surfacing Section 32 91 19.13 topsoil Placement and Grading

I had to create all of the Specifications for this job because the Town did not have standard Specifications to fit this project.

1.6. QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Testing and Observation: The Town shall provide a Geotechnical Consultant to perform on-site observation and testing during the excavation and backfilling for this work. The services of the Geotechical Consultant shall include, but not be limited to the following: a. Observation during excavation and dewatering for the fish ladder. b. Observation during excavation and dewatering for the culvert. c. Observation during excavation and dewatering for the wing walls. d. Laboratory testing and analysis of fill materials specified as required. B. The Geotechnical Consultant shall immediately report to the Engineer in writing if at any time in his opinion the work does not conform to the Construction Documents. C. The Geotechnical Consultant presence does not include the supervision or direction of the actual work by the Contractor, his employees, or agents. Neither the presence of the Geotechnical Consultant nor any observations and testing performed by him, nor any notice or failure to give notice, shall excuse the Contractor from defects discovered in his work.

1.3. REFERENCES A. ASTM D1557 - 09 Standard Test Methods for Laboratory Compaction Characteristics of Soil Using Modified Effort (56,000 ft-lbf/ft3 (2,700 kN-m/m3))

1.4. MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT A. Payment for Earth Excavation work shall be included in Roadway Reconstruction, Culvert Replacement, Wing Wall Placement, Storm Drainage, Fish Ladder Replacement, and Site Demolition. B. There will be no compensation for Unauthorized Excavation or remedial work due to Unauthorized Excavation. C. Payment for Additional Excavation shall be based on a Unit Cost (cy) basis. D. Payment for Rock Excavation shall be based on a Unit Cost (cy) basis.

1.5. SUBMITTALS A. Test Reports for excavation in the fish ladder, culvert, and wing wall areas:
Town of Falmouth Department of Public Works Engineering Division

1.7. EXCAVATION CLASSIFICATIONS A. Earth Excavation or Excavation consists of removal of materials encountered to the subgrade elevations indicated and subsequent reuse or disposal of the materials removed. All excavation is classified as earth excavation unless it otherwise meets the classifications provided below for unauthorized excavation, additional excavation, or rock excavation. B. Unauthorized Excavation consists of removal of materials beyond indicated subgrade elevations or dimensions without specific direction of the Engineer. Unauthorized excavation, as well as remedial work directed by the Engineer, shall be at the Contractors expense. a. Under the fish ladder, culverts, and wingwalls, fill unauthorized excavations to the proper elevations with lean concrete or compacted fill approved by the Geotechnical Consultant. Elsewhere, backfill and compact unauthorized excavations as specified for the excavations of the same class, otherwise directed by the Engineer. C. Additional Excavation consists of removal of materials beyond the indicated subgrade elevations or dimensions with the specific direction of the Engineer. Additional Excavation directed by the Engineer shall be based on a Unit Cost basis. a. When Excavation has reached required subgrade elevations, notify the Engineer and Geotechnical Consultant who will assess the subgrade conditions. b. If unsuitable materials are encountered at required subgrade elevations, carry excavations down to firm natural ground and replace excavated material as recommended by the Geotechnical Consultant and directed by the Engineer.
Town of Falmouth Department of Public Works Engineering Division

EXISTING AA ##
CBDH SB DH LP UP
W

LEGEND
RESOURCE AREA FLAG CONCRETE BOUND w/ DRILL HOLE STONE BOUND DRILL HOLE

PROPOSED

SO

D G W
OHW

LIGHT POLE UTILITY POLE WATER VALVE DRAIN LINE


D G

98
98X5

GAS LINE WATER LINE OVERHEAD WIRES CONTOUR SPOT GRADE 98 98X50
IP

CB

CATCH BASIN/LEACHING BASIN FLARED END OUTLET HYDRANT GAS VALVE WATER VALVE EXISTING TREE LINE TREE TO REMAIN TREE/SHRUB TO BE REMOVED <5" CALIPER TREE TO BE REMOVED >5" CALIPER LIMIT OF WORK ROADWAY LAYOUT LINES PROPERTY LINES

This project involved the design and permitting for a new fish ladder. This included regrading the roadway over the ladder and including stormwater measures to appease the Conservation Commission. I designed, prepared the drawings, got the permits, and produced construction documents for all portions of this project with the exception of the fish ladder itself.
H

Y D

FEMA FLOOD PLAIN IMPACTS

ELEVATION

EXISTING VOLUME (CF)

PROPOSED VOLUME (CF)

CHANGE (CF)

-2

-1

350

321

-29

546

491

-55

757

689

-68

988

912

-76

1157

1099

-58

1334

1253

-81

1529

1432

-97

1768

1664

-104

2239

1965

-274

2726

2242

-484

3172

2700

-472

10

3909

4024

115

11

5508

5831

323

12

7310

7340

30

13

8566

8835

269

13.15

1407

1457

50

TOTAL

43,266

42255

-1011

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

ROADWAY CENTERLINE CONTROL

STATION

NORTHING

EASTING

HYDRANT #632 3+91.24, 42.95R

5035.0187

5171.2678

0+00

5410.8072

5044.3237

PI 0+64.76

5348.2310

5060.2279

PI 1+26.37

5286.7898

5064.7702

PI 1+65.33

5248.5329

5072.1361

PC 1+99.10

5217.5631

5085.5940

PI 2+36.29

5185.9322

5105.1341

PC 3+81.70

5071.8434

5195.2970

4+62

5013.6288

5250.5946

CONSTRUCTION PHASE OVERVIEW PLAN


NOTE: PROVIDE 11 FOOT TRAVEL LANE MINIMUM

EXISTING TREE LINE TREE TO REMAIN TREE/SHRUB TO BE REMOVED <5" CALIPER TREE TO BE REMOVED >5" CALIPER

LEGEND

EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

STATION 0+00 TO 1+00


LEGEND
EXISTING TREE LINE LIMIT OF WORK TREE TO REMAIN TREE/SHRUB TO BE REMOVED <5" CALIPER TREE TO BE REMOVED >5" CALIPER PROPOSED

* * * * *
EASTING 5171.2678 5044.3237

CLEAR AND GRUB WITHIN LIMIT OF WORK. REMOVE INDICATED TREES WITHIN LIMIT OF WORK. ROUGH GRADE TRAVEL LANE FOR PHASE 1. ROUGH GRADE GRASS DRAINAGE CHANNEL. ROUGH GRADE WIDENED ROAD FOR TRAVEL LANE FOR PHASE 2.

NOTE: STATION AND OFFSETS REFER TO ROADWAY ALIGNMENT.

ROADWAY CENTERLINE CONTROL

STATION

NORTHING

HYDRANT #632 3+91.24, 42.95R

5035.0187

I split the construction into 3 phases so that the dead end Bay Road would remain open for traffic at all times.
5060.2279 5064.7702 5072.1361

0+00

5410.8072

PI 0+64.76

5348.2310

PI 1+26.37

5286.7898

PI 1+65.33

5248.5329

STATION 2+00 TO 4+60


5085.5940 5105.1341 5195.2970 5250.5946

PC 1+99.10

5217.5631

PI 2+36.29

5185.9322

PC 3+81.70

5071.8434

* * * *

CLEAR AND GRUB WITHIN LIMIT OF WORK. REMOVE INDICATED TREES WITHIN LIMIT OF WORK. ROUGH GRADE TRAVEL LANE FOR PHASE 1. ROUGH GRADE WIDENED ROAD FOR TRAVEL LANE FOR PHASE 2.

4+62

5013.6288

STATION1+00 TO 2+00
* * * * * * * * * *

CLEAR AND GRUB WITHIN LIMIT OF WORK. REMOVE INDICATED TREES WITHIN LIMIT OF WORK. ROUGH GRADE TRAVEL LANE FOR PHASE 1. ROUGH GRADE WIDENED ROAD FOR TRAVEL LANE FOR PHASE 2. REMOVE ABANDONED UTILITY POLE (TO BE COORDINATED WITH NSTAR) CONSTRUCT EQUIPMENT ACCESS TO FISH LADDER. REMOVE PORTION OF EXISTING CULVERT. REMOVE EAST WALL. REMOVE ABANDONED WATER LINES AS REQUIRED. REALIGN BANK AS REQUIRED.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

EXISTING AA ##
CBDH SB DH LP UP
W

LEGEND
RESOURCE AREA FLAG CONCRETE BOUND w/ DRILL HOLE STONE BOUND DRILL HOLE

PROPOSED

NOTE: STATION AND OFFSETS REFER TO ROADWAY ALIGNMENT.


S

D G W
OHW

LIGHT POLE UTILITY POLE WATER VALVE DRAIN LINE GAS LINE WATER LINE OVERHEAD WIRES
IP

ROADWAY CENTERLINE CONTROL


CB

STATION

NORTHING

EASTING

HYDRANT #632 3+91.24, 42.95R


H

5035.0187
Y D

5171.2678

CATCH BASIN/LEACHING BASIN FLARED END OUTLET HYDRANT GAS VALVE WATER VALVE LIMIT OF WORK ROADWAY LAYOUT LINES

0+00

5410.8072

5044.3237

PI 0+64.76

5348.2310

5060.2279

PI 1+26.37

5286.7898

5064.7702

PI 1+65.33

5248.5329

5072.1361

PC 1+99.10

5217.5631

5085.5940

PI 2+36.29

5185.9322

5105.1341

PC 3+81.70

5071.8434

5195.2970

4+62

5013.6288

5250.5946

I chose to utilize precast concrete wall sections for a fast construction. I designed the crossing to be two lanes to provide a place where cars can pass in opposite directions, something they can't do on the rest of the road. TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

The interface between phases was critical since the stream is always flowing and the new pipe was higher, a larger diameter, and at a much shallower slope. I determined where the two pipe bottoms met and set that as the phase1/ phase2 interface. The crossing widths fell into place after this was set. Phase3 interface was simply where the wall and the fish ladder meet.
FISH LADDER CENTERLINE CONTROL (SEE STRUCTURAL PLANS FOR FULL ALIGNMENT)
FISH LADDER STATION (L:) BEGIN L:75+00 ROADWAY STATION AND OFFSET NORTHING EASTING

EAST WALL CONTROL


EAST WALL STATION (EW:) BEGIN EW:0+00 BEGIN WALL EW:0+03.50 WALL JOINT EW:0+15.50 PIPE CENTER EW:0+27.50 WALL JOINT EW:0+39.50 END WALL EW:0+51.50 END EW:0+55.00 ROADWAY STATION AND OFFSET 2+02.77, 10.48'L 1+98.16, 11.21'L 1+86.24, 12.62'L 1+74.33, 14.04'L 1+59.11, 14.44'L 1+47.17, 13.23'L 1+43.69, 12.87'L NORTHING 5219.5391 5222.8911 5234.3836 5245.8762 5257.3688 5268.8614 5272.2134 EASTING 5096.5089 5095.5019 5092.0492 5088.5966 5085.1439 5081.6913 5080.6842 WEST WALL STATION (WW:) BEGIN WW:0+00 BEGIN WALL WW:0+04.06 WALL JOINT WW:0+24.06 PIPE CENTER WW:0+31.52 END WALL WW:0+48.06 END WW:0+50.00

1+61.33, 22.32'R

5049.4598

5248.2434

WEST WALL CONTROL


ROADWAY STATION AND OFFSET 1+31.33, 15.44'R 1+35.38, 15.55'R 1+55.38, 16.09'R 1+62.79, 15.34'R 1+75.94, 16.36'R 1+77.86, 16.59'R NORTHING 5279.0038 5274.9981 5255.2634 5248.1212 5232.2783 5230.4283 EASTING 5050.5463 5051.2053 5054.4518 5056.5975 5061.3572 5061.9129

PI L:0+76.14 CULVERT L:1+82.14 CULVERT L:1+14.22

1+61.55, 21.21'R 1+62.79, 15.34'R 1+74.33, 14.04'L

5248.2315 5248.1212 5245.8762

5050.5997 5056.5975 5088.5966

END L:1+40

1+85.82, 37.10'L

5244.5261

5114.3342

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

These cross sections show how the phases fit, allowing stream flow at all times. Continuous stream flow enables fish species to travel to and from the ocean and the pond.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

ROADWAY CENTERLINE CONTROL


STATION HYDRANT #632 3+91.24, 42.95R 0+00 PI 0+64.76 PI 1+26.37 PI 1+65.33 PC 1+99.10 PI 2+36.29 PC 3+81.70 4+62 NORTHING 5035.0187 5410.8072 5348.2310 5286.7898 5248.5329 5217.5631 5185.9322 5071.8434 5013.6288 EASTING 5171.2678 5044.3237 5060.2279 5064.7702 5072.1361 5085.5940 5105.1341 5195.2970 5250.5946

My design improved the road's vertical geometry without increasing flood zone filling. I moved the low point in the road away from the crossing to allow for positive drainage.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

50% 30% 20% HYDROSEED AT A RATE OF 250#/ACRE APPLY 16-25-12 FERTILIZER AT A RATE OF 275 #/ACRE AT THE TIME OF SEEDING
LOLIUM PERENNE BRIGHTSTAR RYEGRASS VARIOUS SPECIES TURF TYPE TALL FESCUE

FESTUCA RUBRA VAR. LITORALIS VASEY SEABREEZE, SLENDER FESCUE

IN ADDITION, NATIVE CAPE COD SEDGES EXAMPLES INCLUDE: CAREX CRINITA (AWNED SEDGE), CAREX ECHINATA (STAR SEDGE), CAREX INTUMESCENS (BLADDER SEDGE), CAREX LURIDA (SALLOW SEDGE), CAREX PENSYLVANICA (PENNSYLVANIA SEDGE) HYDROSEED AT A RATE OF 3#/ACRE

MIX BY TURF LINKS INC. (OR APPROVED EQUAL) 35% PERENNIAL RYE GRASS 5% GUINNESS KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS 5% MERIT KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS 20% EPIC CREEPING RED FESCUE 35% FINE LAWN SUPREME TALL FESCUE

SINGLE NET STRAW BLANKET BY NORTH AMERICAN GREEN (OR APPROVED EQUAL)

I chose all the details, modified our standard notes as required, and created some new details.

SEED AT A RATE OF 12# PER 1,000SF APPLY 17-17-17 50% XCU (SLOW RELEASE) FERTILIZER AT A RATE OF 10 #/1,000 SF AND SULFATE AND POTASH AT A RATE OF 10#/1,000 SF BOTH AT THE TIME OF SEEDING INSTALL 1.5# PHOTODEGRADABLE POLYPROPYLENE TOP NET 100% FIBER MATRIX AFTER SEEDING AND FERTILIZING.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

I had to come up with all of these details. There was a lot of tight tolerances to fit the walls and to keep the stream flow going at all times. I had to come up with a temporary connection between phase 1 and phase 2 work for the pipe.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

I had to come up with a way to add stop logs to both ends of the pipes.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Department of Public Works


ENGINEERING DIVISION

416 Gifford Street Falmouth, Massachusetts 02540 Tel: (508) 457-2543 Fax: (508) 548-1537

May 5, 2011 Jennifer McKay Conservation Commission Administrator Town of Falmouth Conservation Commission 59 Town Hall Square Falmouth, MA 02540 Dear Jennifer:

This is the transmittal for an RDA involving stormwater issues in two areas of the DPW Building's driveway.

On behalf of the Town of Falmouth Department of Public Works (DPW), the Town of Falmouth Department of Public Works Engineering Division (Engineering) is filing this Request for Determination of Applicability for drainage improvements at the DPW facility on Gifford Street. The goal of this project is to make emergency repairs to an existing drainage system in close proximity to the Town of Falmouth fuel facilities that the DPW maintains. Currently there is a leaching catch basin with an overflow to a Bordering Vegetated Wetland (BVW) to the south of the facility. There is no protection of the BVW in this system in the event of a fuel or oil spill. This project will address this issue by adding a fuel/oil capturing device. The project involves removing the existing leaching basin and replacing it with a Stormceptor EOS (Extended Oil Storage System) unit that is designed to capture and separate hydrocarbons from stormwater runoff. The existing leaching basin will be relocated approximately 8 feet downstream and connected to the new Stormceptor EOS unit with 10 HDPE pipe. The existing 10 CMP outlet from the existing leaching basin will be reconnected to the new location. The existing outlet near the BVW is just over 2 feet below grade. The end of the pipe has been exposed in a very small excavation to allow clearing of the pipe when it plugs up. The plans are to cut this pipe back approximately 2 feet from the end and to expand the excavation to 5 foot diameter, centered on the new end of the pipe. The excavation will then be lined with filter fabric and back filled with crushed stone. In addition to the drainage structure reconfiguration, approximately 209 linear feet of cape cod berm is proposed to positively direct stormwater runoff to the Stormceptor EOS unit, and approximately 253 square feet of pavement will be removed from behind utility pole #644B. None of this work would result in an increase in stormwater flows (a very slight decrease will be realized due to the pavement removal). This work is critical in protecting the BVW should a spill occur at the fuel filling facility. A lot of work has recently been done at the abutting Lawrence Lynch facility adjacent to this BVW and our proposed work would only enhance the BVW. This area is currently being monitored for past underground storage tanks that were removed when the DPW Facility addition along with the parking lot and the stormwater system in question was constructed in 2005. The upgrade to this stormwater system will only be an improvement. Attached to this application we have included a 40 scale plan showing the proposed work, a Locus and an Aerial Map, several GIS maps, and information on the Stormceptor EOS system.
P:\Private\Projects\0-Town Facilities\Public Works Facility\2011\DPW Drainage\Reports\RDA\RDA transmittal.doc

September 6, 2012

We are filing the Request for Determination of Applicability because we do not believe the Wetlands Protection Act and the Stormwater Management Standards contained therein apply to this project based on the following arguments: None of the work is proposed within the BVW, only buffer area work is proposed. 310 CMR 10.02(2)(b)1.f. o We are removing existing pavement and replacing it with loam and seed and erosion and sedimentation controls are proposed. 310 CMR 10.02(2)(b)2. a. We are filing a Request for Determination of Applicability. b. The BVW was delineated during a Notice of Intent by the abutter as shown on the plan entitled Plan of Proposed Stormwater System by Holmes and McGrath Inc, dated November 14, 2007 and last revised 3/15/10. c. Slopes in the buffer zones are less than 15%. d. None of the buffer zone is located within NHESP mapped habitat area. e. None of the buffer zone borders an Outstanding Resource Water. f. We are proposing work within 50 feet of the BVW. g. We are reducing the impervious surface and all alterations within 50 feet of the BVW is temporary and will be returned to natural conditions. h. Erosion and sedimentation controls are proposed; although they are within 50 feet of the resource area they are placed to protect the BVW to the maximum extent practicable. i. The project will increase compliance of the existing stormwater system with the Stormwater Management Standards with the addition of the Stormceptor EOS unit. j. This work is within previously developed area with the exception of the last 16 feet which falls within a brush line. The other remaining portions of the project are either existing paved or lawn surfaces. Based on the above reasoning, we respectfully request a Negative Determination of Applicability for the proposed work at the DPW Facility. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions, comments or concerns. Sincerely,

Peter M. McConarty Acting Town Engineer Department of Public Works Engineering Division

Page 2

I designed a modification to existing drainage near the DPW's fueling station and a BVW.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

I designed a stormwater system to handle a persistent large puddle that had been in the driveway for years.

I designed and permitted an accessibility ramp and observation deck for a public beach. this project was a balance between ADA requirements, beach use, and resource areas. In the end, a dune system was expanded and a beautiful ramp and observation deck was constructed.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Department of Public Works


ENGINEERING DIVISION

416 Gifford Street Falmouth, Massachusetts 02540 Tel: (508) 457-2543 Fax: (508) 548-1537

Memo
To: David Carignan, Health Agent Peter McConarty P.E., Acting Town Engineer Old Silver Beach Summer Program CC: Re:

From: Scott Schluter, Staff Engineer Date: 6/20/2012

The Engineering Division met with Don Hoffer to go over the summer water use investigations program for this season. The plan is to fully open the Town of Falmouth Beaches for the summer season on June 30. The following program has been set up: ResidentSide(Smallsnackbar) To be performed by Beach Department Staff Every Morning Prior to Opening Read master water meter in pit. Read shower meter #43445390 in womens bathroom closet. Read snack bar meter #43445262 in snack bar by sink. Every Afternoon Prior to Closing Read master water meter in pit. Read shower meter #43445390 in womens bathroom closet. Read snack bar meter #43445262 in snack bar by sink. Periodic & Holiday Counts (Take these readings on a busy day, once a week, for two hours, during peak hours. We need a mix of morning, mid day, and afternoon readings.) Count the number of people using the showers and estimate the time with water on. Count the number of people using the bathroom facilities. Daily

This is the water meter reading plan I set up so that we could determine how much water was being used so we could size the septic system.

Open leaching pit cover and check liquid/solids level.

To be performed by Engineering Staff Periodic Counts Count the number of people using the showers and estimate the time with water on. Count the number of people using the bathroom facilities. Check levels in the septic system.

P:\Private\Projects\0-Town Facilities\Beaches\Quaker Road\2012\#318-Old Silver Beach Private\Documents\boh Memo-6-20-12.docx

June 20, 2012

PublicSide(Largesnackbar) To be performed by Beach Department Staff Periodic & Holiday Counts (Take these readings on a busy day, once a week, for two hours, during peak hours. We need a mix of morning, mid day, and afternoon readings.) Count the number of people using the showers and estimate the time with water on. Count the number of people using the bathroom facilities. To be performed by Water Department Staff Every Monday Morning Read master water meter in pit. Every Friday Afternoon Read master water meter in pit. To be performed by Engineering Staff Periodic Counts Count the number of people using the showers and estimate the time with water on. Count the number of people using the bathroom facilities.

In addition to coordinating the water use efforts, we also discussed the future operations of this facility and the use of portable toilets. We discussed portable toilets and their use this summer. Don is going to consider locking the portable toilets, and only opening them when lines get too long, and at that point count the people using these facilities. Once the lines dissipate, the portable toilets would be locked up. This would help our efforts to quantify water use greatly, however may be an inconvenience the beach goers would not be receive well, so he is weighing both sides of this issue. We discussed whether portable toilets would be allowed if the system were replaced in the future. We discussed what would be done in the event the snack bar was destroyed in a hurricane or other event. We discussed ways to entice people to stay on the Public Side instead of migrating from the larger facilities to this beach with smaller facilities. Finally, we discussed plans for the facility, which is not in very good shape now. We summarized our goals: Obtaining good water use data this year for system design purposes while maintaining an acceptable level of service. Think about the acceptable level of service for future operation of the facilities. Think about any future plans for the facilities. Signs have been put up at the snack bar and in the snack bar with instructions of what to do should the alarm go off. To summarize, a call will go to Charlie Pires who can have a septic hauler there ASAP. Either Don or Bruce will get a call to let them know there is an issue. The bathrooms will be shut down until the system is pumped out. The Engineering Division will be informed that there was an issue and we will inspect the system soon after it has been addressed. We will update the Board of Health periodically throughout the summer season. Thanks,

Scott Schluter Staff Engineer


Page 2

WeeklyReadings:PublicSide
SubmittoDPWEngineeringATTScottSchluter,416GiffordStreet
Weather: high80s SHOWERUSE Estimate Water TimeOn TickOnce PerPerson IIII 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 17 597 0 0 75 18 3 5 5 5 IIII TickOnce PerPerson TickOnce PerPerson 183 209 140 65 Estimate Water TimeOn BATHROOM PORTABLE TimeBegin: 1:30 TimeEnd: 2:30 DayoftheWeek: thurs SHOWERUSE TickOnce PerPerson 5 5 5 2

Date:

6/21/2012

SHOWERUSE

TickOnce PerPerson

Estimate Water On(seconds)

10

45

139

210

135

78

135

130

150

168

175

434

215

167

168

223

75

2572

TotalUsers TotalTime(s) Time/User(s) TotalUses Gal/user 185 0.9

92 3169 34.4

Totaluser

93

MainMeterStart(cf) MainMeterEnd(cf) Waterused(cf) WaterUsed(gal)

88 111 23 172.0

This is the data from one of my observation days.

1,000

1,200

200

400

7/4W 7/5Th 7/6F 7/10Tu 7/11W 7/12Th 7/13F 7/14Sa 7/15Su 7/16M 7/17Tu 7/18W 7/19Th 7/20F 7/21Sa 7/22Su 7/23M 7/24Tu 7/25W 7/26Th 7/27F 7/28Sa 7/30M 8/1W 8/2Th 8/3F 8/4Sa 8/5Su 8/6M 8/7Tu 8/24F 216 361 214 301 419 373 89

489

540 560 564 593 703 815 757 645 739 759 682 715 867 778 930

600

800

468

468

745 720

662 877

639 473 546 531 634 626 618 634 476 603 592 581 574 572 580 587 602 610 602 556 620 622 824 660 807

2012OldSilverBeachResidentSideWaterUse (DischargedtoSepticSystem)
This is a graph showing the water use on the beach for the 2012 summer season.
1,056

DailyTotal Discharge (Gallons) Cumulative Average Discharge (Gallons/Day)

This project involved laying out a new water main and providing some additional stormwater measures. The existing water main, storm drains and gas main and service connections left little room for the proposed water main.

This plan shows the stormwater system improvements.

Department of Public Works


ENGINEERING DIVISION

416 Gifford Street Falmouth, Massachusetts 02540 Tel: (508) 457-2543 Fax: (508) 548-1537

Memo
To: Sari Budrow, Zoning Administrator File CC: Re:

This is a typical review letter for the Zoning Board of Appeals.

From: Scott Schluter, Staff Engineer Date: 2/24/2012

55 Glenwood Avenue Comprehensive Permit

The Engineering Division has reviewed the document entitled application for Comprehensive Permit 55 Glenwood Avenue Falmouth, MA submitted by Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod and offer the following comments: It appears that the applicant is proposing to subdivide the property into two parcels as shown on the Site Plan. o The proposed interior lot line that divides the parcel into two lots has an incorrect bearing label (N001958W). We recommend that this lines geometry be reviewed and revised. o If the single parcel is subdivided into two lots, the two dwelling units would share a common wall following the internal property line. We recommend that the applicant check State and Local Fire Codes regarding common walls between two separate buildings on separate lots if the parcel is subdivided as shown. o If the parcel is subdivided, we recommend that a copy of the stamped plan be sent to the Engineering Division for review prior to recording at the Registry of Deeds. Glenwood Avenue is a Public Right of Way in this area. The Applicant will have to file a Driveway Permit Application with the Engineering division before we sign off on the Building Permit. We will waive the $50 application fee. The applicant should be aware that there is a refundable performance bond associated with the Driveway Permit Application. We recommend that the contractor file the application and bond and not the applicant.

Thanks,

Scott Schluter Staff Engineer Town of Falmouth DPW Building 416 Gifford Street Falmouth, MA 02540 Office:508-457-2543 Fax:508-548-1537
P:\Private\Reviews\40B\2012\55 Glenwood Ave\review memo-2-24-12.docx

Department of Public Works


ENGINEERING DIVISION

416 Gifford Street Falmouth, Massachusetts 02540 Tel: (508) 457-2543 Fax: (508) 548-1537

I looked into stormwater improvements for roads surrounding a degraded salt pond and wrote this letter to the Water Quality Management Committee. the letter Eric Turkington contains my suggestions to help improve stormwater in Chairman, Water Quality Management Committee the area. Falmouth Public Schools Administration Building 340 Teaticket Highway East Falmouth, MA 02536 February 8, 2012 Dear Mr. Turkington: In an email to Peter McConarty, Acting Town Engineer, dated February 3, you requested a number of items for your upcoming Water Quality Management Committee meeting on Thursday February 16. Peter asked that I address your email and update you on the Engineering Divisions efforts on Stormwater in the Little Pond area. The Engineering Division was awarded an AmeriCorp volunteer for our Stormwater Program in October 2011. We have the volunteer one day a week, and she goes out with our staff doing various tasks in our Stormwater Program. One of her main projects is to improve our Stormwater Maps by going out to every street and making sure the maps agree with what is actually out there, and at the same time we evaluate the structures and determine rough drainage areas for each system. Most of the Little Pond area has been completed at this time. For the Little Pond area, in addition to the normal mapping tasks, we went out and took a hard look at what Stormwater Management possibilities there were for the roadways off Maravista Avenue. I have attached our markup maps for this work. To summarize, we found that each road had a number of different options to reduce stormwater flows and/or to provide treatment where lacking as follows: Replacement of lawn areas with formal bioretention areas and/or vegetated swales at the ends of the roads. Remove excess pavement where not needed, mostly at the ends of the roads, providing a single parking space length past the last driveway on any road and cut out any pavement beyond that. Intercept flows with infiltration structures in areas with enough elevation above seasonal high groundwater and tidal influences. Conversion of paved driveways to pervious driveways (pavers, gravel, reinforced grass, etc.) Removal of leaf and brush piles in the resource areas at the ends of the roads, and prevention of future accumulation. Fertilizer education (many lawns along these roads are obviously heavily fertilized).

P:\Private\Stormwater\Little Pond\Correspondence\WQMC\February 7 letter (2).docx

February 8, 2012

In addition to the mapping, the Engineering Division has begun a Stormdrain Marker Program which consists of metal stormdrain markers being installed on inlet curbs, and templates being painted alongside inlets away from curbs. I have included a stormdrain marker sample, and an example of a template we use. Across the entire Town, we have done the following: Produced a Stormwater Program brochure that will be handed out to businesses along Main Street once we complete the Stormdrain Marker Program there. A door tag has been developed for residential areas once Stormdrain Marker Programs have been completed in these areas of Town. Our AmeriCorps volunteer is in the process of organizing a group event to stencil and marker the Maravista Avenue area this spring and the plan is to distribute the door tags at the same time. We have been in communication with the Dog Park group to set up some educational programs with them. The Falmouth School Department has been contacted in order to set up and educational program/demonstration at one of the school parking lots with drainage structures in it.

On the Maravista Avenue side of Little Pond, there are only a few drainage systems with pipe outfalls into Little Pond, so there is a small opportunity to install inline treatment systems on these pipes. The systems could be swirl chambers such as StormCeptor or Downstream Defender which would address Total Suspended Solids, or could be a canned wetland system such as StormTreat or Modular Wetland which would address Total Suspended Solids as well as Nitrogen, and bacteria/pathogens among other things. Costs for any of these solutions vary greatly and is based on design flows which are usually dependent on amount of impervious area discharging to the structure. Generally, they are expensive solutions but they take up less room than most Low Impact Development methods do. Treatment levels and components of stormwater treated also vary greatly. Typically you choose a target and you can size a unit to meet that target or develop a treatment train to meet that target with upstream or downstream components or maintenance practices. Stormwater BMPs are rated in the Massachusetts Stormwater Handbook Volume 2, Chapter 2.Based on my review of the information in this manual the following BMPs are rated for Nitrogen removal: Bioretention Areas - 30-50% removal Constructed Stormwater Wetlands20-55% removal Extended Dry Detention Basins15-50% removal Proprietary Media Filtersvariable, depending on media Sand and Organic Filters and Treebox Filters20-40% removal Wet Basins10-50% removal Water Quality Swales10-90% removal Infiltration Basins50-60% removal Infiltration Trenches40-70% removal Dry Detention Basins5-50% removal Proprietary Hydrodynamic Devicesvaries if at all o From Manufacturer: Stormceptor42-67% removal Proprietary Structural Devicesvaries if at all o From Manufacturer: Modular Wetland Systems76% o From Manufacturer: StormTreat77%
Page 2

February 8, 2012

The following BMPs are rated for bacteria/pathogens removal: Constructed Stormwater Wetlandsup to 75% removal Extended Dry Detention Basins - <10% removal Proprietary Media Filtersvariable, depending on media Wet Basins40-90% removal Infiltration Basins90% removal Infiltration Trenches - up to 90% removal Dry Detention Basins - <10% removal Proprietary Hydrodynamic Devicesvaries if at all Proprietary Structural Devicesvaries if at all o From Manufacturer: Modular Wetland Systems70%+ removal o From Manufacturer: StormTreat97% removal (Fecal Coliform) The Massachusetts Stormwater Handbook Volume 2, Chapter 4 addresses Proprietary Stormwater BMP evaluations, and there are several links to sites rating BMPs. One site that should be of particular interest is http://www.mastep.net where they have a searchable database setup with Stormwater BMPs and their ratings. There is a summary spreadsheet located here: http://www.mastep.net/documents/BMP_comparison_table.xls A monitoring program to evaluate before and after would be a very involved project. One way to do this would be to monitor Little Pond before, during, and after rainfall events at the various proposed locations for improvements before any stormwater measures were taken to develop a baseline. Once a baseline has been established, samples could be taken before, during, and after rainfall events again and compare readings with rainfall amounts. An important thing to consider is the maintenance of any structure or system installed. Without proper maintenance, the devices would not operate properly and could possibly not provide the treatment they are rated for. Maintenance is usually an issue with Stormwater Management because it requires manpower and money. Ive included a map of the known outfalls to Little Pond along with photographs of those outfalls. Please dont hesitate to contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns.

Sincerely,

Scott Schluter Staff Engineer Town of Falmouth DPW Building 416 Gifford Street Falmouth, MA 02540 Email: sschluter@falmouthmass.us Office:508-457-2543 Fax:508-548-1537

Page 3

Disclaimer: The Town of Falmouth makes no claims, no representations and no warranties, express or implied, concerning the validity (express or implied), the reliability or the accuracy of the GIS data and/or GIS products furnished by the Town, including the implied validity of any uses of such data. Parcel lines are graphic representations only. Planimetric features derived from 3/98 Aerials.

12RC

CCM 12A

18CC

55 ) 24 25 ) )

43 ANDOLPH ST ) R

K ST

ST INGTON

S ST CYPRES

HA ST

LPHIA S T

N CE S T

BO ST O N

TYPE

ST

SYCAMORE ST

Owner

ON ST

CATAUMET ST

Legend

Road Ownership

Drainage Structures

Town of Falmouth Department of Public Works

PAGE 1

LITTLE POND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS

Engineering Division 59 Town Hall Square Falmouth, MA 02540 508-495-7430

FEBRUARY 7, 2012

ST

FENTON ST

10ACCM

POCASS

BA

ARDMORE

AT

B R OC K T

GRE

LI

CE DA R

L TT

M IA

E AVE

IS ST IROQUO

PAL M ST

R E Y N OL

M AYF L O

ST TOLEDO

EB

AY

C 10CON

ST

W ER S T

PROVIDE

BOURNE

MARAVIS

T A AV E

1,500 Feet

MI A

M ON T A U

VE

PA

TH

0?

8AC

CA

ELYS

IAN A

VE

1,125

L UC

E RN

23 22 ) )

U TH

CT

TA KE

S 12RC HUD

15RC

O N ST

C CA 12A

HU DS

M ON

D ST

E AV

JER

ON ST

TM O DA R

0VC

0 187.5 375
0? 10AC 0? 10AC

RA Y
12 R C

12AC

WOR
C 15R

C GR 12V

12RC

C ES

TER

CT

INDIA
0?

VE NA A
AN D
12RC

0?

)
0?

20

NA

NT

UC

750

IC H

VE

)
41
HA RR

69 )
PHILADE
ST

M APL E S T

HIAWAT

D S ST

ST

"
%

ET S T

ST

70 )

State

TANK

Private

Outfalls

State Land

Town Land

CATCH BASIN

Town & County

Drainage Pipes

Conservation Land

M EN

AU H A NT

RD

This project involved the design of an accessibility ramp to accomodate beach wheel chairs.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

These are the permitting plans for the septic system replacment at Old Silver Beach.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

I chose all the components and sized the pumps for the system.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

I had to design special inspection equipment to satisfy the Board of Health.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Department of Public Works


ENGINEERING DIVISION

416 Gifford Street Falmouth, Massachusetts 02540 Tel: (508) 457-2543 Fax: (508) 548-1537

Memo
To: Jennifer L. McKay, Administrator File Thomas Landers at Crocker Pond CC: Re:

This is an example of a typical review I do for the Conservation Commission.

From: Scott Schluter, Staff Engineer Date: 8/23/2012

The Engineering Division received and reviewed a set of plans entitled Falmouth Crocker Pond Route 28A (4 sheets) revised August 10, 2012, and a comment response letter with backup data also dated August 10, 2012 for the MassDOT Thomas Lander Road project under MassDEP file SE 025-3838. We offer the following comments (original comments bold and italicized): Deep Sump Catchbasins have a sump 4X the inlet diameter, 4 minimum to get 25% TSS credit, the report says the existing catchbasins are only 2.5-3 feet deep. The Applicant is not changing the existing catch basins which have less than a 4 foot sump, yet in the new TSS worksheet they are claiming 25% TSS removal. It is our opinion that a single 6 foot diameter, 6 foot deep sump manhole in a treatment train is not the same as every catch basin in the treatment train having a 4 foot sump. It is our opinion that 25% credit should not be accepted. Without pretreatment the infiltration units do not receive 80% TSS. However, this project is a redevelopment and therefore only has to meet some standards to the maximum extent practicable. The Applicants design will be an improvement over existing conditions. It appears that all small event storms will be routed to infiltration areas and only the larger storm flows bypass the infiltration areas and discharge to the pond. Does the Applicant know at which storm events the runoff is fully infiltrated (no bypass)? For the proposed leaching structures to get 80% TSS adequate pretreatment is required, the existing catchbains do not meet the criteria to be considered Deep Sump Catchbasin pretreatment units (see above). See above. To qualify for 10% TSS removal for street sweeping, a mechanical sweeper would have to sweep weekly, a regenerative air sweeper would have to sweep every 2 weeks on average, and a vacuum sweeper would have to sweep every month average. None of which is proposed. The Applicant has not taken credit for street sweeping in their new TSS calculations.

P:\Private\Reviews\Conservation\2012\Thomas Landers\MassDOT\Memo-8-23-12.docx

August 23, 2012

The maximum Time of Concentration for sheet flow is typically 50 in Massachusetts. Some areas in the calculations used up to 300. No calculations were provided to review. However, since there is no increase in impervious surfaces and new infiltration areas will be constructed, the peak flows and storm volumes should all be reduced over existing conditions.

The report states that the Simple Dynamic method was used to size the infiltration areas. The calculations are for a 10 year storm using the Rational Method. This is not the Simple Dynamic way to size infiltration. The calculations have been changed to simple Dynamic following the Massachusetts Stormwater Handbook for calculating the Recharge Volume. It appears that the bottom area calculation was done incorrectly, it did not account for the void spaces in the stone only as described in the Massachusetts Stormwater Handbook. Also the volume provided calculation was done incorrectly, it consist of the void volume of the stone and the volume of the structures. However, it appears that the recharge areas do provide the required volume storage and bottom area with the exception of Leaching Basin 3. It is not clear where the applicant obtained the Water Quality Volume provided numbers used to show that they met Standard 4. The Draw Down Time calculations did not take only the void space of the stone into account as described in the Massachusetts Stormwater Handbook. The time to draw down for each leaching basin is so short that they will all clearly meet the 72 hour maximum time. This project is a redevelopment and therefore only has to meet some standards to the maximum extent practicable. The Applicants design will be an improvement over existing conditions by adding 10 additional leaching structures and rebuilding 5 existing leaching structures. Three small sediment trap devices were added to the design to increase water quality volume for an improvement on the existing conditions.

It appears the peak flow rates (not all calculations were provided) are from the Rational Method not TR55/TR20. No calculations were provided to review. We agree that with no increase in impervious area, and an increase in infiltration areas should result in a decrease in peak flow rates.

The silt fence is proposed in the water, the detail shows haybales that might be in the water. The Commission may want more detail on this aspect of the erosion control. The Applicant has included a Turbidity Curtain Detail as part of the design.

It sounds like the report states that access to the work will come from the abutting properties. Does MassDOT have permission for this? The Applicant claims all access to the project areas will be from the right of way and not from private property.

It appears that the calculations for the infiltration structures do not appear to include all the areas potentially discharging to them.
Page 2

August 23, 2012

The Applicant claims that there is an unpermitted connection to their drainage system. There are two catch basins located in the roadway layout of the former location of Mill Road (renamed Thomas B. Landers) which is now used as a driveway to a private residence. As far as we can tell from our records, these are located in the old Mill Road/Thomas B. Landers roadway layout and would be in a Town Accepted Way (a public roadway layout). There is a 12 pipe heading in the direction of the Highway south bound onramp with a source not located. The Applicants plans show them blocking the outfall from this system at a catchbasin in front of 929 West Falmouth Highway. Unfortunately, we have no records for this drainage system but it could be part of the construction of Route 28 which relocated Thomas B. Landers Road. The Engineering Division took a site visit and could not find the source of the pipe. It is our opinion that there are a few issues with blocking this pipe. 1. The pipe should be closed off on the upstream end so as to not leave a pipe that would remain full of water. 2. The Applicant has not shown what the impact would be of blocking this pipe. Where would stormwater go from this action? The catchbasins are in a low spot and we dont know what else is upstream and connected to this portion of the system. It is our opinion that this should be investigated both on the physical and on the legal side of things. The two catchbasins in this same area but located within the Route 28A layout did not appear to be included in the original drainage area plans. It is not clear to us that they have been included in the new calculations or if the original drainage area plans were not drawn correctly. It isnt clear what the invert calculations are, or how they pertain to the design. No further comment necessary. No calculations were provided for sizing the outlet erosion control system (Headwall Treatment Detail). The Applicant has utilized an acceptable method to size the outlet erosion control. No calculation was provided for the 25 year storm utilized in the calculation. Thanks, Scott S. Scott Schluter Staff Engineer Town of Falmouth DPW Building 416 Gifford Street Falmouth, MA 02540 Email: sschluter@falmouthmass.us Office:508-457-2543 Fax:508-548-1537

Page 3

PLAN PURPOSE:

I designed and permitted a septic system replacement for the West Falmouth Fire Station. It is a pumped system with no variances required.

LEGEND
CBDH SB STONE BOUND w/ DRILL HOLE LEADED STONE BOUND
LP

PLAN REFERENCES:
W

UP
SO

LIGHT POLE UTILITY POLE WATER SHUT OFF


GV
WV

GAS VALUE
WATER VALUE
EOP E
BOH

EDGE OF PAVEMENT ELECTRIC BUILDING OVERHANG OHW 98


98X5

OVERHEAD WIRES CONTOUR SPOT GRADE CATCH BASIN CB CC CCB


S

CONCRETE CURB CAPE COD BERM


SMH

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


SEWER MANHOLE MAILBOX

I did the full design and specified and sized all the components for this septic system.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

LEGEND
REINFORCED SLOPE SEED MIXTURE

EXISTING
COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME

PROPERTY BOUND UTILITY POLE WATER VALVE OVERHEAD WIRES CONTOUR SPOT GRADE CATCH BASIN

PROPOSED

DRAIN MANHOLE, LEACHING BASIN, STORMCEPTOR STORM DRAIN LINE HYDRANT LIGHTPOST ELECTRIC MANHOLE MEAN LOW/HIGH WATER GUARDRAIL TREE LINE MARSH COASTAL BEACH ASPHALT GRAVEL ASPHALT SIDEWALK CONCRETE CAPE COD BERM BITUMINOUS CONCRETE CURB TREE TO REMAIN TREE TO REMOVED >5"

Y D

RESOURCE DELINEATION

RESOURCE AREA LEGEND


BORDERING LAND SUBJECT TO FLOODING COASTAL BANK COASTAL BEACH

BUFFER

MEAN LOW WATER TO COASTAL BANK

FISH RUN LAND UNDER THE OCEAN SALT MARSHES

RIVERFRONT AREA LAND CONTAINING SHELLFISH

1) PRECAST CONCRETE MANHOLES SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM DESIGNATION C478. CONCRETE REQUIREMENTS SHALL BE 4000 PSI.

1) THIS SET OF PLANS SHALL NOT BE UTILIZED AS CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS UNTIL ALL CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL HAVE BEEN SATISFIED ON THE DRAWINGS AND EACH DRAWING HAS BEEN REVISED TO INDICATE "ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION." 2) STANDARD CATCHBASIN SHALL CONSIST OF PRECAST REINFORCED RISER SECTIONS, CONE SECTION, AND A BASE SECTION CONFORMING TO THE TYPICAL CATCHBASIN DETAIL. ALL CATCHBASINS SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM 4-FOOT SUMP. 3) INSTALL STEPS IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM C-478, 12" O.C. IN ALL CATCHBASINS AND DRAIN MANHOLES DEEPER THAN 4 FEET. 4) MANHOLE AND PIPE JOINT/CONNECTION SHALL BE NON-SHRINK GROUT OR APPROVED EQUAL. 5) PIPE MATERIAL SHALL BE SMOOTH WALL HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE PIPE AS MANUFACTURED BY ADVANCED DRAINAGE SYSTEMS, INC, OR APPROVED EQUAL. 6) INSTALLATION AND MATERIALS FOR ALL PIPES WITHIN 10-FEET OF A BUILDING ARE SUBJECT TO CONFORMANCE WITH 248 CMR (MASSACHUSETTS STATE PLUMBING CODE.) 2) ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TOWN RULES AND REGULATIONS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 3) VERTICAL CONTROL IS BASED ON MEAN LOW WATER. 4) ALL UTILITY PROVIDERS MUST BE NOTIFIED BY THE CONTRACTOR AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. 5) WHILE WORKING IN THE VICINITY OF AN EXISTING UTILITY, REFER TO THE FOLLOWING: ALL UNDERGROUND UTILITIES SHOWN WERE COMPILED ACCORDING TO AVAILABLE RECORD PLANS FROM THE VARIOUS UTILITY COMPANIES AND PUBLIC AGENCIES AND ARE APPROXIMATE ONLY. SEE CHAPTER 370, ACTS OF 1963, MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL LAWS. WE ASSUME NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGES INCURRED AS A RESULT OF UTILITIES OMITTED OR INACCURATELY SHOWN. BEFORE PLANNING FUTURE CONNECTIONS, THE APPROPRIATE PUBLIC ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT SHALL BE CONTACTED AND THE PROPOSED UTILITY WORK SHALL BE COORDINATED. DIG SAFE NUMBER; 1-888-344-7233. 6) THE CONTRACTOR SHALL GIVE TIMELY NOTICE TO PERTINENT TOWN DEPARTMENTS BEFORE COMMENCING ANY WORK. 1) ALL EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL MEASURES WILL BE CONSTRUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE "MASSACHUSETTS EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL GUIDELINES FOR URBAN AND SUBURBAN AREAS" DATED MARCH 1997. ALL EROSION CONTROL MEASURES ARE TO BE MAINTAINED AND UPGRADED AS REQUIRED TO ACHIEVE PROPER SEDIMENT CONTROL DURING CONSTRUCTION. 2) IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO INSTALL ADDITIONAL CONTROL MEASURES DURING CONSTRUCTION AS REQUIRED (TO PROTECT ANY ADJACENT UNDISTURBED AREAS). 3) SEDIMENT REMOVED FROM EROSION CONTROL STRUCTURES WILL BE DISPOSED OF IN A MANNER WHICH IS CONSISTENT WITH THE INTENT OF THIS PLAN. ALL HAYBALES OR SILT FENCE RETAINING SEDIMENT OVER 1/3 THEIR HEIGHT SHALL HAVE THE SEDIMENT REMOVED AND ALL DAMAGED EROSION CONTROLS REMOVED AND REPLACED. 7) ALL AREAS DISTURBED BY THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESTORED TO EQUAL OR BETTER CONDITION. 8) ALL FINISHED SURFACES SHALL BE GRADED SMOOTHLY AND EVENLY. 9) AT THE COMPLETION OF THE CONTRACTOR'S OPERATION, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CLEANING ALL DRAINAGE STRUCTURES (NEW AND/OR EXISTING) OF DEBRIS. 10) DO NOT SCALE PLANS. DUE TO REPROGRAPHIC STRETCH, PRINTS MAY NOT SCALE ACCURATELY. NUMERIC DIMENSIONING IS CORRECT. CONTACT DESIGN ENGINEER TO CLARIFY. 11) FILL CONTAINING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SHALL NOT BE USED. 12) LIMITS OF WORK SHALL BE MARKED IN THE FIELD PRIOR TO THE START OF CONSTRUCTION. 13) ALL CONSTRUCTION WHICH INCLUDES HAULING OF EARTH TO OR FROM THE SITE SHALL BE RESTRICTED BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 7:00 AM AND 7:00 PM ON WEEKDAYS. 5) THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CONTROLLING DUST AND WIND EROSION THROUGHOUT THE LIFE OF THIS CONTRACT. DUST CONTROL SHALL INCLUDE, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, SPRINKLING OF WATER ON EXPOSED SOILS AND HAUL ROADS. CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTROL DUST TO PREVENT A HAZARD TO TRAFFIC ON ADJACENT ROADWAYS. 6) IF FINAL GRADING IS TO BE DELAYED FOR MORE THAN 21 DAYS AFTER LAND DISTURBANCES CEASE, TEMPORARY VEGETATION OR MULCH SHALL BE USED TO STABILIZE SOILS WITHIN 14 DAYS OF LAST DISTURBANCE 7) IF A DISTURBED AREA WILL BE EXPOSED FOR GREATER THAN ONE YEAR, PERMANENT GRASSES OR OTHER APPROVED COVER MUST BE INSTALLED. 8) IN DISTURBED AREAS, IF THE SURFACE MATERIAL IS NOT SUITABLE FOR THE GROWING OF SEED, A MINIMUM OF 6 INCHES OF LOAM WILL BE REQUIRED. 9) THE CONTRACTOR MUST KEEP ON SITE AT ALL TIMES ADDITIONAL HAY BALES AND SILT FENCE FOR THE INSTALLATION AT THE DIRECTION OF THE ENGINEER OR CONSERVATION COMMISSION TO MITIGATE ANY EMERGENCY CONDITION. 10) DRAINAGE SWALES AND THE TEMPORARY SEDIMENTATION BASIN SHOWN ON THIS PLAN MAY NOT BE PRACTICAL DURING ALL STAGES OF CONSTRUCTION. EARTHWORK ACTIVITY ON THE SITE MUST BE DONE IN A MANNER SUCH THAT RUNOFF IS DIRECTED TO TEMPORARY DRAINAGE SWALES IF NOT CONTAINED ON-SITE. 11) DISPOSAL OF ALL DEMOLISHED MATERIALS IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR AND MUST BE HAULED OFF-SITE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL REQUIREMENTS. 12) BASINS SHALL BE CLEANED WHEN DEPTH OF SEDIMENT REACHES 10 INCHES. 13) DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS SHALL BE CONTAINED AND PROPERLY DISPOSED OF. 14) THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING ADEQUATE RECORDS OF LOCATION AND ELEVATION OF ALL WORK INSTALLED. 15) IT IS THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY TO OBTAIN THE ELECTRONIC FILE FROM DAYLOR CONSULTING GROUP FOR PROPER COORDINATION OF SURVEY LAYOUT. 16) PRESERVATION OF ON SITE VEGETATION SHALL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY DPW ENGINEERING PRIOR TO THE START OF CONSTRUCTION. 4) THE CONTRACTOR WILL BE ASSIGNED THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR IMPLEMENTING THIS EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN. THIS RESPONSIBILITY INCLUDES THE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF CONTROL MEASURES, INFORMING ALL PARTIES ENGAGED ON THE CONSTRUCTION SITE OF THE REQUIREMENTS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE PLAN, AND NOTIFYING THE PROPER TOWN AGENCY OF ANY TRANSFER OF THIS RESPONSIBILITY.

GENERAL SEEDING NOTES


1) PERMANENT SEEDING SHALL CONSIST OF THE FOLLOWING MIXTURE OR APPROVED EQUAL - OPTIMUM SEEDING DATES ARE BETWEEN APRIL 1 AND MAY 31 AND AUGUST 16 AND OCTOBER 15. SUMMER STRESS MIXTURE (LOFTS SEED INC.) 90% REBEL II OR TRIBUTE TALL FESCUE 10% NASSAU OR BARON KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS SEEDING RATE: 5# PER 1,000 SQ. FT. OR 200# PER ACRE. 2) PERMANENT SEEDING TO BE APPLIED BY RAKING OR DRILLING INTO THE SOILS AT A RATE OF 150# PER ACRE. SLOPED AREA TO BE COVERED WITH MULCH AS INDICATED IN NOTE 4. 3) FERTILIZER FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT VEGETATIVE COVER SHALL BE 10-10-10 APPLIED AT A RATE OF 15# PER 1,000 SQ. FT. OR AS DETERMINED BY SOIL TESTS. LIMESTONE FOR TEMPORARY SEEDING SHALL BE APPLIED AT A RATE OF 90# PER 1,000 SQ. FT. LIMESTONE FOR PERMANENT SEEDING SHALL BE APPLIED AT A RATE OF 135# PER 1,000 SQ. FT. 4) MULCH TO CONSIST OF SMALL GRAIN STRAW OR SALT HAY ANCHORED WITH A WOOD AND FIBER MULCH BINDER OR AN APPROVED EQUAL. MULCH WILL BE SPREAD AT RATES OF 90 TO 115 LBS. PER 1,000 SQ. FT. AND ANCHORED WITH A MULCH ANCHORING TOOL OR LIQUID MULCH BINDER AND SHALL BE PROVIDED ON ALL SEEDINGS. HYDROMULCH SHALL ONLY BE USED DURING OPTIMUM GROWING SEASONS.

This project involved redesigning a permitted but not constructable roadway improvement and new boat ramp, turnaround and docks. The project is still in process.

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

WHITE'S LANDING ROAD ROAD AND BOAT RAMP RECONSTRUCTION: SITE PLANS
SHEET 2 OF XX

NOT TO SCALE

STANDARD MANHOLE FRAME AND COVER

18"-24" TOP SECTIONS HEIGHT OF RISER SECTIONS MAY VARY FROM 1' TO 4'

DIA. 8" MIN. 5" MIN.

FRAME TO BE SET IN FULL BED OF MORTAR BRICK LEVELING COURSE AS REQUIRED FOR GRADE ADJUSTMENTS (2 MIN.- 5 MAX.) MORTAR ALL JOINTS

C L CHANNEL

0+00 30

1+00

2+00

3+00

4+00

Conservation focused strongly on the stormwater since this was what couldn't be done in the previous design.
5+00

D50=6" DMAX=9"

24"-30" DIA. RIVER ROCK

OUTSIDE OF PIPE +2" CLEARANCE PROVIDE 'V' OPENINGS

MIN. 0.12 SQ. IN. STEEL PER VERTICAL FOOT, PLACED ACCORDING TO AASHTO DESIGNATION M-199 2" CLEAR 1#3 BAR AROUND OPENINGS FOR PIPES 18" DIAMETER AND OVER 1" COVER . AX A. PIPE OPENINGS TO BE " M DI 30 IPE PRECAST IN RISER SECTION P

18" MIN. DEPTH FILTER FABRIC (MIRAFI 700X)

6" GRAVEL OR CRUSHED STONE

8" MIN. M2.01.4 CRUSHED STONE

5+95

30
FE1=12" HDPE FE2=15" HDPE FE1=4' FE2=4' FE1=12' FE2=12'

NOTE: MANHOLE DIAMETER TO BE INCREASED AS REQUIRED TO ACCOMMODATE THE NUMBER OF PIPES ENTERING OR DISCHARGING FROM THE MANHOLE.

9 FEET OR LESS IN DEPTH NOT TO SCALE STONE RIP-RAP (TYPICAL) CATCH BASIN FRAME AND GRATE FINISH GRADE OPENING HEIGHT OF RISER SECTIONS MAY VARY FROM 1' TO 4' STRUCTURE TO WITHSTAND H-20 LOADING

FRAME TO BE SET IN FULL BED OF MORTAR MORTAR OR BRICK LEVELING COURSE AS REQUIRED FOR GRADE ADJUSTMENTS

VARIES

20

20
24"-30" DIA. RIVER ROCK

FE1=15' FE2=16'

PROVIDE 'V' OPENINGS (OPENINGS TO BE PRECAST IN RISER SECTIONS)

NOT TO SCALE

MORTAR ALL JOINTS 5" MIN.

(MIN.) OUTSIDE PIPE DIAMETER PLUS 2" CLEARANCE NORMAL WATER LEVEL HOOD MIN. 0.12 SQ. IN. STEEL PER DIAMETER VERTICAL FOOT, PLACED OF OUTLET ACCORDING TO AASHTO PIPE X 4 DESIGNATION M-199 (4' MIN.) 1" CLEAR PRECAST CEMENT CONCRETE BASE UNIT 8" MIN. M2.01.4 CRUSHED STONE

CATCH BASIN TO BE CONSTRUCTED FOR H20 LOADING

7" 6'-0" GUTTER MOUTH 7"

FINISH GRADE

GRANITE CURB INLET 2'-0" 2'-0" GRANITE CURB INLET 3" DIA. 8" MIN.

2'-0"

CATCH BASIN FRAME & GRATE (SEE CATCH LIMIT OF CATCH BASIN DETAIL) BASIN DEPRESSION GUTTER MOUTH

CATCH BASIN (SEE DETAIL)

4"

GUTTER MOUTH

0+00

1+00

2+00

3+00

4+00

5+00

0 5+95

17"-19" 2'-0" 6'-0" 4" 7"

NOT TO SCALE

NOT TO SCALE

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

10

10

NOT TO SCALE

WHITE'S LANDING ROAD ROAD AND BOAT RAMP RECONSTRUCTION: ROADWAY PROFILES
SHEET 3 OF XX

1. Spread 12 inch thickness of organic topsoil across proposed planting areas. Organic topsoil to be comprised of a 50% mixture of topsoil and peat. 2. Seed the floor and lower slopes of the basins with the following mixture: at the rate of one pound per 2500 square feet 3. All disturbed areas not addressed by the landscape plan shall receive 6" thickness of topsoil and grass seed.

0+00 30

0+70

30

0+00

1+00

2+00

0+00 20

0+36

20

10

10

20

20

10

10

12" GRAVEL BASE (M1.03.0 TYPE `B') BINDER COURSE TOP COURSE 6"

VERTICAL GRANITE CURB FINISH GRADE

15

0+00

15 0+70

0
6" 6" 18" 24"

-5

0+00
L

1+00

2+00

-5

0+00

0 0+36

CEMENT CONCRETE TO BE USED ONLY IF CURB IS TO BE SET AFTER BASE AND / OR BINDER COURSE COMPACTED SUBGRADE

6"

M1.03.0 TYPE `B' GRAVEL BASE

3" BIT. CONC. PAVEMENT (MASS. HIGHWAY SPEC. TYPE I-1 PLACED IN TWO LAYERS 1" TOP, 2" BINDER

5'-0" (EXCEPT WHERE NOTED) 1" WEARING COURSE 1-1/2" BINDER COURSE

NOT TO SCALE BITUMINOUS CONCRETE CURB SIDEWALK 2" BITUMINOUS CONC. TYPE I-1 LAID IN 2 1" COURSES C L TRAVELED WAY

6'-0" 3'-6"
6'-0"
EDGE OF PAVEMENT WHEEL CHAIR RAMP NOT TO SCALE

10" GRAVEL BASE COURSE (MASS. HIGHWAY SPEC. M1.03.0 GRAVEL BORROW)

6.5" LAYOUT LINE 4" GRAVEL COMPACTED BASE

CURB TRANSITION CURB LINE AT EDGE OF PAVEMENT

COMPACTED SUB BASE

COMPACTED SUBGRADE VARIES NOT TO SCALE BACK-UP PLATE

5'

11' TRAVEL LANE

11' TRAVEL LANE

VARIES

LAYOUT LINE

2:1
SIDEWALK SIDEWALK STEEL BEAM RAIL STEEL "H" SECTION 1'-2" STEEL "H" OR "C" POST TACK COAT SURFACE PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF THE BITUMINOUS CONCRETE CURB 2" 4" FINISH GRADE 2"

MA

X.

BITUMINOUS CURB 8" WIDE (TYP.)

C L

3" BITUMINOUS CONC. TYPE I-1 LAID IN 2 COURSES 10" MIN. GRAVEL FOUNDATION BITUMINOUS CURB 8" WIDE (TYP.)

1/2" MAX. 6'-0"

2:1
6'-0"

1:12 SLOPE OR

FLATTER
W 4'-0" 5'-0" L 0'-0" S.Y. 5.2 6.3 7.2 8.0 8.1 CURB

6" TOP COURSE BINDER COURSE

R=1" INFILTRATION (HIGH SIDE OF STREET) CATCH BASIN (LOW SIDE OF STREET)

MA

X.

EDGE OF PAVEMENT

SURFACE COURSE FOUNDATION

6'-0" 7'-0" 8'-0"

GRAVEL BASE 0'-9" 3'-6" NOT TO SCALE NOT TO SCALE NOT TO SCALE

FOR SIDEWALKS UP TO 8' WIDE NOT TO SCALE

TOWN OF FALMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

WHITE'S LANDING ROAD ROAD AND BOAT RAMP RECONSTRUCTION: ROADWAY PROFILES
SHEET 3 OF XX

The roadway layout had to blend in with several entrances as well as the proposed ramp constraints. I am currently working on all the design and permits for this project.