|Submission Date||Dec. 19, 2019|
Texas A&M University
IN-15: Stormwater Modeling
|0.50 / 0.50||
Environmental Safety Supervisor
A brief description of the institution’s stormwater modeling program and/or practices, including the methodologies and tools used:
In 2014, a GIS-based inventory of known storm water infrastructure was prepared and used to develop a campus wide hydrologic and hydraulic model of the campus using Bentley’s StormCAD software. The model was used to evaluate the performance of existing storm water infrastructure and to establish improvements required to handle increased runoff for proposed 30-year planned building footprints. The results are being used for storm water master planning.
For which of the following percentile local or regional rainfall events does the institution retain runoff on-site using LID practices and green infrastructure? (95th, 90th, 85th, 80th, 75th, Other):
The percentile local or regional rainfall event for which the institution retains runoff on-site using LID practices and green infrastructure (0-100):
The website URL where information about the programs or initiatives is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
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