Full Trash Capture Project Meekland Ave at San Lorenzo
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About the Event
Presentation on design and construction of the Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District’s Meekland Avenue Large Full Trash Capture Project in San Lorenzo, California. Project was completed to satisfy the California Regional Water Quality Control Board trash control implementation requirements. The discussion will include a summary of the design components and evaluations completed for the successful design, construction, and functionality of a Full Trash Capture System within an existing stormwater conveyance system with challenging project site, hydraulics, and constructability constraints. A brief discussion regarding hydraulic considerations and trash capture devices will be provided, while the remaining of the presentations will concentrate on the geo-structural design and construction of the Large Full Trash Capture System and the unique challenges and solutions implemented.
Mehal Vitthal has 5 years of private and public sector experience ranging in land development, public works infrastructure design, geotechnical engineering, and construction inspections. He is a Senior Engineer at Cal Engineering and Geology, Inc. where he has conducted analysis and design on broad range of projects ranging from landslide evaluations and repairs, retaining wall systems, bridge foundations, roadway designs, stream restoration, and ground improvement. Mehal earned his BS in Civil Engineering and Masters in Engineering from University of the Pacific in Stockton, California.
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