Aspira Financial High School is an 81,000 s.f., four-story charter school facility with a 32-space parking lot on a 1.0 acre lot. The site drainage provisions were designed utilizing sustainable best management practices (BMPs) including green roof and permeable pavement systems in order to mitigate onsite runoff onto the public way and public sewer system.
CivCon Services, Inc. provided civil engineering design services for the site development work. Primary duties included the preparation of the civil contract documents for the development the site including site paving and geometry, site grading and drainage, site utilities and site erosion control measures. Additional responsibilities included technical coordination with the Architect, Sub-Consultants and the City of Chicago Department of Buildings Storm Water Review Section. Other duties included the preparation of storm water management calculations and development of storm water management options in accordance with the City of Chicago Stormwater Management Ordinance Manual and Regulations for Sewer Construction and Stormwater Management.