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Cottonwood Creek is a small urban channel passing through Sandy Lane Park in east Fort Worth. The City of Fort Worth recently discovered that erosion had resulted in loss of park land and damage to City infrastructure, including the collapse of a portion of Sandy Lane Park Drive and a storm drain outfall.

Under an on-call fluvial geomorphological services contract with the City of Fort Worth, our team assessed the channel’s erosion and unstable areas, evaluated solutions...

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TagsFluvial Geomorphology, erosion repair, hydraulic analysis,

Members of our North Texas Stormwater Group toured Arlington project sites to check on their progress this month. 

They toured a site by golf cart, checking on Village Creek erosion repairs throughout the Lake Arlington Golf Course. Freese and Nichols provided hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, stream geomorphological assessment and design services for storm drainage and erosion improvements to alleviate erosion throughout the sites. Improvements included about 850 feet of low maintenance, stable channel solutions and water line rehabilitation suspended from two golf cart path...

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TagsStormwater emergency repair, erosion repair, Lake Arlington Golf Course, Hydraulic Modeling, storm drainage improvements,