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2017 - 2021 Stormwater Program Summary As of Apr 30, 2017
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Project Name and Location RFP(1) Design(2) Award of Construction Construction Est.($M)
Stormwater
  Cuyahoga North        
Colombo Park Stream Restoration- BC00299N/AN/A21-Dec-17$1.2
The project site is along both the left and right banks, approximately 300 ft in length. The project includes stabilization of the stream banks.
Big Creek Stabilization BC00032N/AN/A4th Quarter 2018$4.0
The project will provide streambank stabilization along Big Creek and protection of roadways, parking lot, railroad, drop structure and other infrastructure.
Hemlock Creek Bank Stabilization HC00038 & BD00042N/AN/A4th Quarter 2018$1.2
Stabilze the stream bed and bank and re-grade the floodplain to contain the out of bank flows during larger storm events.
Mill Creek Bank Stabilization MC00125N/AN/A4th Quarter 2018$0.4
Stabilize the stream bank along Mill Creek in Warrensville Heights where erosion is threatening several homes.
Ridge Road (Stickney Creek) Bank Stabilization and Utility Repair ST0020919-Jul-1717-Oct-17N/A$1.0
Severe erosion on Stickney Creek downstream of Ridge Road has exposed a 66" brick sanitary sewer.
West Creek Bank Stabilization WC00046-WC0006602-Nov-171st Quarter 20181st Quarter 2020$5.1
A portion of the concrete channel has collapsed and the exposed earthen slope is eroding and compromising additional panels of the vertical wall. Additional erosion is occurring downstream of the concrete walls, along the landfill and I-480.
Mill Creek Erosion Control MC 00057 & MC00135N/AN/A4th Quarter 2020$0.7
At a minimum stabilize a developing headcut and eroding right bank that is adjacent to a dry stormwater detention basin, plus some downstream erosion and high bank slumping on the left bank. The erosion could ultimately impact the function of the basin for the business park.
Big Creek - West Branch Bank Stabilization BC00351, WB00072 & WB00104N/AN/A1st Quarter 2021$0.4
This project combines 3 areas on Big Creek which require bank stabilization to protect houses and utilities.
Big Creek Stabilization BC00004 and BC 00010N/AN/A4th Quarter 2019$2.0
Bank erosion in 2 locations along Big Creek in Cleveland which is threatening a commercial property lot and a railroad crossing
West Creek Trash Rack Repair and Replacement19-Oct-171st Quarter 2018N/A$0.3
Flows have damaged debris rack and eroded left bank. Stream has meandered around debris rack.
Bank Erosion Upstream of the Lancaster Bridge WC00067-6805-Oct-171st Quarter 20181st Quarter 2020$0.4
Repair and stabilize eroding banks upstream and under the Lancaster Road bridge over West Creek in Brooklyn Heights.
Hawthorn Creek DS Renaissance Pkwy HA00295N/AN/A2nd Quarter 2020$0.1
Reconfigure scour hole and protect/stabilize the Renaissance Pkwy crossing over Hawthorne Creek.
Erosion and Bank Failure WB00108N/AN/A4th Quarter 2019$1.1
Infrastructure slope and man-made streambank protection failure. Threatening residential structures.
Floodplain Restoration/Bank Stabilization in Highland Hills Park MC001334th Quarter 20191st Quarter 2020N/A$0.3
Grade back and stabilize approximately 350 feet of right stream bank and floodplain to reduce erosion, improve hydraulics and floodplain capacity.
  Chagrin River        
Chagrin River/LET SWMP Study3rd Quarter 20184th Quarter 2018N/AN/A
Two year study to develop watershed based solutions to a broad suite of stormwater problems and identify early action projects for the Lake Erie Tributaries and Chagrin River Watershed.
  Cuyahoga South        
Sioux Lane Culvert Replacement IC0007922-May-17 A11-Oct-17N/AN/A
Brecksville Condominium Stabilization CC0003220-Jul-1702-Nov-172nd Quarter 2019$0.3
Chippewa Creek is within 12’ of buildings and approximately 6’ from parallel local sanitary sewer. In addition, stabilize exposed stormwater pipe and headwall.
Chippewa Creek Bank Stabilization CC0003020-Jul-1702-Nov-172nd Quarter 2019$1.5
Brecksville Building Demolition CC00032N/AN/A17-Aug-17$0.0
Chippewa Creek Bank Stabilization CC00084, CC000822nd Quarter 20193rd Quarter 20194th Quarter 2020$0.8
200 feet of stream bank stabilization. Failing embankment is approximately 40 feet high with some stabilization with sandstone. CC00082: Bank erosion on RL of Chippewa Creek in Broadview Heights threatens an unprotected grass embankment of an off-line dry detention basin.
Chippewa Creek Bank Erosion CC001224th Quarter 20181st Quarter 2019N/A$0.6
Erosion along right bank adjacent to HOA pool and playground has worsened significantly since last inspection. Total length of erosion is ~150''. Clay at the toe of slope with sandy silt and evidence of former streambed halfway up the slope.
Chippewa Creek Erosion CC002231st Quarter 20192nd Quarter 2019N/A$0.5
Erosion along right bank at tight meander bend in channel. Residential deck footing has become slightly exposed.
Culvert Repair CC001574th Quarter 20181st Quarter 2019N/A$0.1
Headwall and CMP barrel threatened. Barrel, US headwall, and embankments in very good condition.  Some minor scour upstream at barrel footer that is getting under the barrel. ODOT scored at a 3 due to the scour.
Cuyahoga Erosion DC Fitzwater Rd CY00179AN/AN/A1st Quarter 2021$0.6
River right erosion has encroached to within 4’ of the towpath trail. Eroded bank in approximately 300’ in length.
  Districtwide        
Stormwater Testing and Construction Inspection Services (SW TCIS)06-Apr-17 A15-Jun-17N/A$1.5
  Lake Erie Direct        
Shaker Lakes Dam Rehabilitations DB00056 & DB00101N/A04-Feb-16 A21-Sep-17$3.6
This project will make improvements to the dam embankments and structures at Horseshoe and Green Lakes to meet ODNR Dam Safety requirements.
Doan Brook Stream and Bank Stabilization DB00029N/AN/A2nd Quarter 2018$2.4
The project will stabilize and rehabilitate approximately 1,000-feet of stream channel and convert available contiguous land into hydraulically-connected and functioning floodplains. The proposed improvements will avert significant streambank erosion within the project area as well as provide stormwater quality improvements for a portion of the Doan Brook watershed. When completed, the project will provide streambank stabilization, protection of utilities and infrastructure, flooding relief, improved stream flow, enhanced streamside riparian areas, aesthetic improvements and improved public access to this section of Doan Brook.
Nine Mile Headwall Replacement2nd Quarter 20193rd Quarter 20194th Quarter 2020$0.3
The goal of the project is to repair and stabilize the impacted slope, replace the storm sewer and rebuild a suitable headwall that will remain stable. The entire project length is about 250 lf.
Lakeview Dam Regulatory ComplianceN/AN/A3rd Quarter 2020$0.3
This project is to bring the Lakeview Dam into ODNR compliance by removing trees and sediment adjacent to the asset.
Euclid Creek Streambank Stabilization EE003503rd Quarter 20194th Quarter 2019N/A$0.1
The parking lot is paved to the top of the streambank. A crib wall was constructed along part and concrete was placed on the sloped bank.
USACE Euclid Creek Spillway Fish Passage EC000084th Quarter 20201st Quarter 2021N/A$0.5
The spillway drop structure is the last structure in lower Euclid Creek contributing to the Loss of Fish and Wildlife Habitat BUI in this portion of the Cuyahoga AOC. The project would restore fish passage an longitudinal connectivity through this portion of Euclid Creek.
Doan Brook Sowinski Park Floodplain Connection DB000134th Quarter 20191st Quarter 2020N/A$0.6
Remove failed timber retaining wall and stabilize approximately 150 feet of left stream bank immediately downstream from the Courtland culvert.
  Rocky River        
Rocky River SWMP Study16-Mar-17 A01-Jun-17N/AN/A
Debris Rock Modifications and Bank stabilization AC00018 & AC00123N/AN/A1st Quarter 2021$0.3
North Royalton Culvert Repair BD002964th Quarter 20181st Quarter 2019N/A$1.4
CMP culvert exhibits advanced deterioration. Invert is perforated throughout the length of the pipe allowing water to undermine pipe. Misalignment, joint separation up to 6" allowing backfill to infiltrate. Crown of pipe flattening in several locations.
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Stormwater Sub-program Total $33.4
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2017 - 2021 Stormwater Program Summary Total $33.4
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(1) Dates identified with A (actual) indicates Board Authorization to Issue Request for Proposal
(2) Dates identified with A (actual) indicates Board Authorization to Enter into Consultant Agreement
Watershed 5-year Memo 2016

FROM:    Frank P. Greenland, P.E.
Director of Watershed Programs

RE: Regional Stormwater Management

       Program 2017-2021 Projects

 

DATE:      January 1, 2017

Dear Potential District Vendors:

Thank you for your interest in assisting the District with the implementation of our 2017-2021 Regional Stormwater Management Program.  The format of the 5-Year Program was designed to provide more information to our vendor community, including Small Business Enterprise (SBE), Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and Woman Business Enterprise (WBE) companies that participate in the District’s Business Opportunity Program, to allow you to better plan your pursuits. This report is organized to highlight planned Regional Stormwater Management Program projects and provides key schedule milestones (Design Award and Construction Award). It is our hope that you will find this more succinct format useful in your pursuit of District work over the next several years.

The table above is updated monthly during the year to reflect the updated status of these projects

 

The District’s capital investment over the next five years is substantial and will require the work of many to achieve. To assist in delivering this aggressive program, the District has put into place numerous workflows and process improvements.  Over the next five years, these improvements will support expedited Requests-for-Proposals (RFPs), preparation of bid documents, and streamline construction administration of our critical projects.

 

We encourage all potential vendors to visit our website (http://www.neorsd.org) to obtain critical information about how to become registered with the District’s Business Opportunity Program as an SBE, MBE, or WBE, and review the current SBE, MBE, WBE registry for potential teaming partners at: http://www.neorsd.org/businessopportunityprogram.php.

In addition, vendors may contact the following District staff for additional information on projects contained within the SW:

Frank P. Greenland, P.E., Director of Watershed Programs, GreenlandF@neorsd.org

Vicky McCauley, P.E. Stormwater Design Manager, McCauleyV@neorsd.org

The District looks forward to the opportunity to partner with many of you in the upcoming year, and the resulting successful implementation of our program. The continued investment in our plants and infrastructure is key to maintaining our community and the sustainability of our environment and Lake Erie for future generations to enjoy.

Sincerely,

James D. Bunsey

 

Frank P. Greenland, P.E.

Director of Watershed Programs