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At Summit, we’re dedicated to our goal of providing design and modeling solutions that our clients can count on. That’s why our water resources team strives to deliver resilient, sustainable solutions that address the needs of our client’s projects, all while seamlessly integrating these systems into the adjacent ecology and infrastructure.
Our water resources team takes a collaborative approach to design, working hand-in-hand with other disciplines to ensure the hydraulic systems we deliver are both efficient and cost-effective. From roadside ditches to FEMA-regulated stream crossings, our team has the experience needed to provide innovative and integrative solutions to challenging design roadblocks.
Our broad catalog of services includes the following:
- Hydraulic Analysis
- Flood modeling and mapping
- Bridge and roadway design
- Stormwater drainage
- Open channel flow studies
By leveraging our technological expertise, we minimize the impacts on the natural systems and surrounding communities that our projects serve, ensuring that our water resource designs comply with environmental regulations.
- Hydrologic Analysis
- Hydraulic Design
- Floodplain Modeling
- Erosion & Sediment Control Design
- Stormwater Control Measures
- Wet Utility Design
B-5993 Louise Street over Beaver Creek
We were the lead design firm on the E.S. Wagner Design-Build Team for the replacement of Structure Number 250211, which was part of an express design-build managed by NCDOT. The project features a 3-Span Bridge on Louise Street over Beaver Creek in Fayetteville, NC that was closed for two years prior to the start of this project. Beaver Creek is also a FEMA-regulated stream with FEMA buyout structures adjacent to the bridge.
This project was particularly urgent because the bridge had to be closed due to structural deficiencies. Louise Street serves as the main access road to US 401 for an underprivileged community. The project achieved a No-Rise for the bridge design, which was critical as there were 18 insurable structures within the immediate project floodplain.
Brandon Johnson, PE
Civil Engineering Department Manager
1110 Navaho Drive, Suite 600, Raleigh, NC 27609