The North Service Center complex includes a two-story administration building, a 200-person pavilion, a maintenance facility, a distribution warehouse, fueling and wash facilities, parking, landscaping, berms, and a significant storm water quality feature. The entire 22-acre tract was hydraulically designed to surface drain through and be naturally filtered by a series of cascading sedimentation ponds, grassy swales, vegetated filter strips, natural filtering, constructed wetland areas into a dual purpose polishing, and detention pond. An outlet structure was engineered with a vent pipe drilled with holes to ensure the requirements for treating the first half-inch rainfall prior to allowing it to flow into the adjacent off-site storm sewer system. Huitt-Zollars prepared the program, schematic design, design development, and construction documents; performed the bidding and full-time construction management services; prepared the Storm Water Quality Plan (SWQ) and secured the SWQ Permit from Harris County, Texas; and prepared the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Notice of Intent to obtain the construction permit required by Texas Pollution Discharge Elimination System.
North Service Center Storm Water Quality Facilities
Harris County Flood Control District