The Storm Drain Line 52 improvements included 4,000 lineal feet of Storm Drain Pipe and served a drainage tributary area of 150 acres.

K & A Engineering, Inc. was selected by the City of Corona and Riverside County Flood Control as the Civil Engineer to study the drainage area, prepare a hydrology study, develop the alignment, perform the hydraulic calculations, and prepare the Storm Drain Improvement Plans for a storm drain system to improve the current drainage conditions within Joy Street. Generally bound by industrial development, the project area’s improvements consisted of approximately 4400 LF of a reinforced concrete storm drain system ranging from a storm drain double box, transitioning to a 24” diameter pipe over the course of the alignment with an outlet into Temescal Canyon. The design included the relocation of existing dry utilities and the avoidance of conflict with major utilities (sewer & water) as well as the crossing of existing BSNF railroad tracks.

Scope of Work

  • Existing & Developed condition Hydrology Studies
  • Alignment Studies
  • Hydraulic Calculations
  • Storm Drain Improvement Plans