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38th and Holly Detention Pond

Denver, Colorado

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This project included a reconstructed stormwater detention facility near the intersection of 38th Street and Holly Street. The improvements included grading to provide required flood storage volume, replacing a damaged spillway, installing a new diversion structure, and incorporating a new trail and landscaping amenities. Structural design included a new diversion structure to intercept storm drainage from an existing 66-inch storm drain under Holly Street, a new pond inlet structure, a water quality outlet structure, and a 4-span reinforced concrete box culvert to carry a pedestrian trail over a new concrete drop structure. The drop structure included decorative concrete paving and welded wire mesh gabions incorporated into the wingwalls at each drop location.

OWNER

City and County of Denver

SERVICES

Stormwater & Floodplain Management
Water/Wastewater
Structures
Multimodal

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Statistics

54-foot Concrete Box Culvert | 1 Detention Pond | 6 Grade Control Structures | 190-foot Storm Drain | 0.1 Mile Non-mountain Trail | 300 feet Water Line

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