Drainage Design Criteria

Credit: 11 PDH or CE Hours
Course Fee: $99.00
Pages: 83

Course Summary:

The information contained herein, covers the minimum standard criteria to be followed by Design Engineers when preparing plans for construction of County storm drain systems within the jurisdiction of the Montgomery County Department of Permitting Services (MCDPS) and the Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT). Criteria contained herein cover such aspects as document submissions, right-of way/easements, hydrology, and hydraulics.
Drainage Design Criteria

Learning Objective:

A storm drain system is defined as a network of open channels and underground pipes designed to capture and convey concentrated storm water flows to a point beyond the limits of the property being developed. County storm drains convey storm water within the limits of Montgomery County right-of-way; whereas, private storm drains convey storm water within the limits of privately owned property.

Course Author:

MCM

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