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GYPSY HILL PARK

Peyton Branch Stream Restoration


February 28, 2019
Peyton Branch Stream Restoration

Project Objectives
 Primary
 TMDL credit (~67 lbs/yr phosphorus)
• Est. construction cost of $1.1 million
• ~$16,500/lb of phosphorus removal
 Erosion prevention
 Secondary
 Flood attenuation
 Public educational outreach
 Uplift of aquatic habitat
 Contribution
2 to current aesthetics
Conceptual Stream Layout
at Baseball Fields
Design Objectives
 Daylight existing culvert
 Pedestrian pathway connectivity
 Wetland benching
 Public educational outreach
 Trout habitat
 Repurpose onsite materials

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Conceptual Stream Layout
at Gypsy Hill Park Pool
Design Objectives
 Protect historic trees
 Stabilize banks near pool
 Staged channel w/
imbricated walls

©Wildland Hydrology
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Conceptual Stream Layout
at The Gypsy Express

Design Objectives
 Wetland benching
 Protect train track at crossings
 Trout habitat
 Low maintenance riparian planting
©Wildland Hydrology
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Conceptual Stream Layout
at The Duck Pond

Design Objectives
 Pull channel away from
embankment
 Wetland benching
 Protect large trees (dia. >24”)
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Conceptual Stream Layout
at Staunton Art Center

Design Objectives
 Wetland benching
 Protect bend w/ J-hook
 Protect bridge w/ cross
vane

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Conceptual Stream Layout
at Tennis Courts
Design Objectives
 Stabilize Lake Tams’ outfall
 Provide grassed flood bench

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Typical Structures
Log Sill Rock Sill

Log J-Hook Rock J-Hook

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Typical Structures & Features
Rearing Area Oxbow Pond

Oxbow Outfall Imbricated Wall

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Typical Structures & Features
Constructed Wetland Riparian Buffer

Soil Lift Brush Toe

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Questions?

THANK YOU
Mike Claud, Principal, Stormwater Services Group Leader
mike.claud@timmons.com
804.200.6413
Alex Lucado, Stormwater Services Project Engineer
alex.lucado@timmons.com
804.200.6482

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