The project includes conventional storm sewers, open channels and a series of three storm water detention ponds serving a residential subdivision in a 420 acre watershed. The two uppermost ponds are dry ponds and the third pond is a one acre wet pond serving as the focal point of the subdivision. The pond outfall is a 62″ x 102″Â arch pipe disguised as a bridge. The ponds are designed to maintain the 100-year pre-developed runoff rate of 215 cfs from the watershed.
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Founded in 1929 by Frank J. Davy, Davy Engineering Co. is today the oldest and largest consulting engineering firm in the La Crosse area. The firm initially provided services to the City of La Crosse and nearby communities for local streets, highways, bridges, and sewer and water systems. Learn More »