Portland State University. Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Date of Award
Master of Science (M.S.) in Civil & Environmental Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Water treatment plants -- Retrofitting -- Oregon -- Gresham, Urban runoff -- Oregon -- Gresham -- Management, Watersheds -- Oregon -- Gresham, Combined sewer overflows
The Stormwater Retrofit Master Plan identifies more than 50 stormwater retrofit project opportunities across three watersheds in the City of Gresham. The retrofit projects are prioritized in a scoring system to evaluate the costs and benefits of diverse project sizes and types. Project types range from bioswales and planters in city parking lots and along arterial roads, to regional end-of-pipe facilities and retrofits of existing detention ponds. Top projects will move forward for further assessment, design and construction, helping the city achieve its water quality improvement goals. The scoring system may be used to evaluate additional projects in the future.
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Huntsinger, Teresa F., "City of Gresham Stormwater Retrofit Master Plan" (2017). Civil and Environmental Engineering Master's Project Reports. 32.
A research project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering.