Roadway Improvements Utilizing Pervious Pavers
Collins Speaker Series
Assembly Park in Delevan, Wisconsin underwent rehabilitation of over 2 miles of their private roadway system in 2014 with the installation of a permeable paver system. With the completion of this project, tremendous value has been added to the Assembly Park community for its residents. An improved roadway surface utilizing Low Impact Development (LID) practices, provided enhanced protection for Delavan Lake and overall beautification of its surroundings. This presentation will walk you through the project from start to finish, describing the project history, stormwater management concerns, site challenges, and permitting. It will also identify valuable lessons learned throughout the project development as well as provide a post-installation review of the project over 5 years since completion.
Rachel Tranel is a Civil Engineer with over 23 years of experience in site/civil engineering design and project management with diversified experience in land development engineering, site feasibility studies, municipal and roadway improvements, and stormwater management. Ms. Tranel has overseen numerous projects for both private and public sector clients throughout the United States from preliminary stages through successful project closeout. Her technical abilities include site design, grading, utility design, roadway design, and permitting. Ms. Tranel graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Platteville with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.