Anderson Consulting Engineers designed its first levee in the early 1990s on the Colorado River in Grand Junction, Colorado. Since then ACE has completed designs on two more levees [Timberline Road Levee (1997) and Oxbow Levee (2004)] on the Cache la Poudre River and one floodwall [Waterglen Floodwall (1999)] on the Cooper Slough all of which were located in the City of Fort Collins, Colorado. Recently ACE has completed the design for the rehabilitation of the 60-year old Templeton Gap Levee in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Anderson Consulting Engineers and its multi-disciplinary team members have the capabilities to complete levee/floodwalls that are safe flood reduction facilities in the communities that they protect. We provide levee/floodwall design services starting with conceptual alternative evaluations, through permitting and construction, ending with accreditation of the facility by FEMA. Anderson Consulting Engineers’ specific areas of expertise relevant to levee/floodwall design include: hydraulic/hydrologic engineering; floodplain mapping; and drainage/civil design.
The following projects exhibit ACE’s broad capabilities to complete levee/floodwall analyses and designs:
- Timberline Road Levee Design, Fort Collins, Colorado
- Waterglen Floodwall Analysis, Fort Collins, Colorado
- Oxbow Levee Design and Construction, Fort Collins, Colorado
- Templeton Gap Levee Rehabilitation Design, Colorado Springs, Colorado