Firstly I would check for hazards around the playground, deciding where improvements are needed and in what areas, I would then develop a plan of action that specifies any actions required for the improvements to be made. I would need to check the playground for:
Another element to the template design of a restoration site is the decision to excavate tidal channels and a drainage system. Oftentimes, project managers can choose to “rejuvenate pre-existing tidal drainage system by redirecting tidal flows into the area.” If the natural drainage system has become too shallow over time, one may choose to excavate channels that follow the original drainage network of the wetland. This decision can contribute significantly to the success of the wetland because the natural processes will be restored much more quickly than if the wetland was allowed to re-develop those channels on its own (Faber “Design” 47). Because the drainage systems function as valuable wildlife habitat, the Sears Point project took special care to establish the “antecedent channel configuration” by
* It gained the title of Capital of Culture 2008 * Old sites, such as the Garden festival site has been which had now been derelict for 20 years has been purchased for re - re development. This shows continued investment and development in the area highlighting the success of the scheme.
Introduction The proposed Pohick Creek watershed stream restoration project PC9249 is located northwest of Parliament Drive and east of Queen Victoria Court in Burke, VA, which is in Fairfax County. This project was designated as a 10-year high priority project in 2010 due to erosion, location of the adjacent neighborhoods, and the invested interest of the surrounding communities. Presently, only the design for the restoration project has been funded and was completed in May 2015. Although it has been over a year since the concept design was completed, the construction funding is still pending. Based on the cost-benefit analysis, the survey results and the site evaluation, I recommend Fairfax County assist Southport and Signal Hill Homeowner Associations (HOA) to receive immediate funding for the construction costs ($1,990,000) of the Pohick Creek at Queen Victoria (PC9249) stream restoration project.
The aim of this report is to determine whether a 6 slide water park should be built on lake Doonella or an eco friendly tourist resort. The three factors that need be considered before the star on construction begins are the environment and all the plants and wildlife currently living in the area, the business and tourism impact on the local council area, as well as the socialisation factors within the local community. To support this report, statistics and facts were gathered through observations. Then thoughrally analysed to determine which new holiday experience would best suit Lake Doonella Noosa.
Topographic Assessment of Taylor Mountain Regional Park The purpose of this assessment is to understand all topographic factors concerning the past, present, and future of Taylor Mountain Regional Park. The site is 4 acres in size and is located in Taylor Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve. The coordinates of
Memorial Field is a deeply underutilized area of land. While the wetland area near the field is under reconstruction, Memorial Field remains ignored. While this area of land is neglected, it faces many issues and will face many issues in the future. One problem Memorial Field could potentially face is erosion. This process occurs when one of the natural agents of erosion wears away at the land or rock. Erosion affects not only people, but the living organisms, and the overall area of Memorial Field.
Throughout the last couple months, spending large amounts of time with your household on Meadow Vale, I have selected specific issues that should be addressed about your property and my corresponding recommendations. I have carefully developed these recommendations, in order for your property to flourish in the upcoming years and
The lot has a relatively square shape, and level with road access directly off of the Bull Run Road. The subject lot is surrounded by improved lots on three sides, one of which includes the appellant's residence. The subject lot was made buildable in 2015 due to the fact that the owner had paid valid market price of $452,000, and the lot is adjoined to improved lots and comparable vacant lots which are considered buildable and have approved septic fields. Consequently, its assessed value was increased from $60,000 to $311,000. The new improved lots in the area are approved for above ground septic
Background Beginning in the late 1990’s the city realized the importance of stormwater management and initiated the necessary steps to identify and minimalize the adverse effects of inadequate drainage infrastructure. Although the city had adopted stormwater regulations for new development, older developments and roadways in the city were not regulated prior to 1984 and many of those drainage systems
SUMMARY INTRODUCTION In this Preliminary Public Health Assessment (Pre-PHA), we evaluated exposure of the Milneburge neighborhood community to contaminants in response to their public health complaint with the City of New Orleans. . The homeowners in the neighborhood started to complain of nausea, headache, and dyspnea when they work in their back
Attachment A The property is positioned on the corner of Evelyn St and Grange Rd. Evelyn St has a left hand give way turn with traffic zooming around the corner, cutting off customers from entering into the driveway from Grange Rd. The Brisbane City Council was contacted to install a stop
We congratulate Lucas Sexton on the replacement of the old wooden foot bridge at Batchelder Pond with larger, safer, and handicap accessible bridge with ramping. This was a substantial undertaking and the dedication and hard work is evident in the quality of the final product. Charlie Gasperoni is well underway with his project that involves building a kiosk at the entrance to White’s Lane, reclaiming Warren’s trail located near the Victory Garden, and adding additional signage and trail markers. This was a particularly exciting project since this area was recently designated as our Town Forest. Lastly, we reviewed a great proposal by Jordan Causer to replace the tired benches around Batchelder pond with new thermoplastic benches and one thermoplastic picnic table and a granite Batchelder Pond engraved sign. The new benches and table will be more durable and weather resistant. We are always impressed with each Eagle Scout’s project and their maturity and ability to organize, design, and complete these projects that are to the great benefit of our
We also discussed the impacts of the greenside bunker on the 10th green complex. Sand accumulation from bunker plants has increased the severity of the contour along the apron and perimeter of the green. This has created a more severe slope towards the center of the green, which has reduced some of the cupping areas and certainly impacted surface drainage. This does not appear to impact the condition of the green at this point. The best means to address this would be to lift the sod off of the green and to reduce the sand accumulation closer to what the original green contours are believed to
Putting in place a process for due diligence will help identify which clients are most valuable to Swell Spaces. This tool seeks to standardize the partially documented system Swell Spaces currently uses with potential client during on-boarding process. This chart pairs with the client criteria and scorecard to help ensure a consistent vetting process, even with the increasing delegation of duties to the operations manager.