And halted urban pollution of the Sammamish River.
Calm, Cool, & Collected
The new stormwater trunk collects & conveys stormwater runoff to a treatment facility.
Keeping up with the pace of development and increased environmental standards. To protect the water quality of the Sammamish River, the City of Redmond planned to create a new stormwater treatment facility. The design promised to retrofit more than 250 acres of the City’s downtown area, removing pollutants from urban runoff flowing into the river. The Reid Middleton survey team provided field survey and basemap preparation for the design of the storm drainage and sewer system on Redmond Way. The survey group also completed an As-Built Survey of the new storm drain trunk line to City of Redmond Standards, showing horizontal and vertical locations and sizes of the new pipes and structures.