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Pohick Creek Tributary at Queen Victoria - Stream Restoration

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The Pohick Creek At Queen Victoria stream restoration project is located in Burke bound by Burke Lake Drive, Fort Craig Drive and Lake Braddock Drive within the Pohick Creek watershed. The project involved restoration of approximately 3,300 linear feet of stream using natural channel design elements and utilized in-stream structures, channel realignment, pool and riffle complexes, invasive species eradication, and the re-establishment of the native riparian buffer.

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Pohick Creek Tributary at Queen Victoria - Stream Restoration

  1. 1. A Fairfax County, VA, publication Department of Public Works and Environmental Services Working for You! Contract No. CN15125143 Project No. SD-000031-138 Braddock District Tax Map No. 78-2 January 8, 2019 POHICK CREEK TRIBUTARY AT QUEEN VICTORIA STREAM RESTORATION (PC9249)
  2. 2. Pohick Creek At Queen Victoria Stream Restoration (PC9249) Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch
  3. 3. Project Details Pohick Creek At Queen Victoria Stream Restoration (PC9249) Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch Description: The Pohick Creek At Queen Victoria Stream Restoration project was substantially completed on December 7, 2018. This project is located in Burke bound by Burke Lake Drive, Fort Craig Drive and Lake Braddock Drive within the Pohick Creek watershed. The project involved restoration of approximately 3,300 linear feet of stream using Natural Channel Design elements and utilized in-stream structures, channel realignment, pool and riffle complexes, invasive species eradication, and the re-establishment of the native riparian buffer. This project provides a reduction per year of 342 pounds of total phosphorous, 1,170 pounds of total nitrogen and 325 pounds of sediment. Project Overview: • Demolition of four unsafe bridges and construction of two new bridges. • Installation of two new pedestrian trail crossings. • Installation of native riparian plantings. Project Team: • Project Manager - Michael Freund, Stormwater Planning Division • Construction Manager - Jay Horstman, Utilities Design and Construction Division (UDCD) • Construction Inspector - Peter Quan, UDCD
  4. 4. Pohick Creek At Queen Victoria Stream Restoration (PC9249) Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch Tax Map No. 78-2 SITE
  5. 5. Pohick Creek At Queen Victoria Stream Restoration (PC9249) Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch Pre-Existing Conditions
  6. 6. Before After Pohick Creek At Queen Victoria Stream Restoration (PC9249) Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch
  7. 7. Before After Pohick Creek At Queen Victoria Stream Restoration (PC9249) Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch
  8. 8. Before After Pohick Creek At Queen Victoria Stream Restoration (PC9249) Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch
  9. 9. Pohick Creek At Queen Victoria Stream Restoration (PC9249) Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch Final Conditions
  10. 10. Additional Information For additional Information, please call www.fairfaxcounty.gov/publicworks Pohick Creek At Queen Victoria Stream Restoration (PC9249) Capital Facilities/Utilities Design and Construction Division, Stormwater Construction Branch Matthew Kaiser, Public Information Officer 703-324-8455, TTY 711 Matthew.Kaiser@fairfaxcounty.gov

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