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Engineering & Maintenance
Drainage Projects
Drainage Improvements

Drainage improvement projects are needed to mitigate neighborhood flooding problems which impact yards, buildings, and roads. Drainage projects are funded through the Stormwater Utility. The projects are identified by staff from several divisions, technical advisory groups and citizens. A list of several projects is approved by County Council based on critical need and available funding. Designs are managed by the land development division and construction contracts are awarded through competitive bidding and inspected by staff inspectors. At the present time, projects are generally limited to neighborhood drainage systems and small off-line regional detention basins. Future projects involving creek channel improvements, floodproofing, and large on-line regional detention projects may require additional funding sources.

Current Drainage Projects

Roberts Road / Tanner Road Intersection

Project Location:

The project site is the intersection of Roberts Road and Tanner Road, Roberts Road off Stallings Road and Tanner Road off Rutherford Road. The project site is roughly 1 acre in size and occupies land on the County right-of-way, SCDOT right of way and on private property.

Project Scope:

The work herein includes, but is not limited to. Clearing, demolition, removal and disposal of the existing pavement, curbs, and driveway aprons as necessary to realignment of Roberts Road and for the new storm drainage improvements.

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Upcoming Drainage Projects

Garrison Road - Phase III

The project site is located on Garrison Road off SC 14 and Stokes Road. A new storm drainage system will be installed. It will traverse through private properties and tie in to an existing storm drainage system that outfall into a small stream feeding Gilder Creek.

Milford Church Road

The project site is located on Milford Church Road between Clark Road and Thurston Road. Milford Church Road is off HWY 101 in Northern Greenville County. A new storm drainage system will be installed. It will on county right of way and through private properties. The new storm drainage system will outfall into a small stream feeding Clear Creek.

Recently Completed Drainage Projects

Berkley Avenue

Project Location:

The project site is located on Berkley Avenue (County Road # I-100) off Old Buncombe Road in the Sans Souci community of Greenville, South Carolina. The project site is 0.9 acre in size and will impact: a) the shoulders of the road, inside the County right of way, and b) two private properties for the purposes of installing/upgrading the drainage outfalls.

Project Scope:

The main purpose of the project is to improve the existing drainage system, consisting of the installation of new lines and replacement of existing lines. After the drainage system is complete, new asphalt valley gutters will be installed on each side of the road, and the road will be recycled in place and resurfaced.

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Beaver Dam Road

Project Location:

The project is located at the intersection of Beaver Dam Road (S-23-177) and U.S. Hwy. 25 in northern Greenville County.

Project Scope:

The project will consist of the construction of a new County road, 24' wide and approximately 1000' long, to connect Beaver Dam Road to the southbound lane of U.S. Highway 25. New deceleration lanes, approximately 450' long each, will be added on the southbound and northbound lanes of U.S. Hwy. 25.

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