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									                            Publication No. FHWA-NHI-01-007
                            February 2001

U.S. Department
of Transportation

Federal Highway

Hydraulic Engineering Circular No. 24

Technical Report Documentation Page

 1. Report No.                            2. Governmental Accession No.          3. Recipient's Catalog No.

 4. Title and Subtitle                                                           5. Report Date

   Highway Stormwater Pump Station Design                                          February 2001
   Hydraulic Engineering Circular 24

                                                                                 6. Performing Organization Code

 7. Author(s)                                                                    8. Performing Organization Report No.

   Peter N. Smith
 9. Performing Organization Name and Address                                     10. Work Unit No. (TRAIS)

   Parsons Brinckerhoff
   Barton Oaks Plaza Two                                                         11. Contract or Grant No.
   901 Mopac Expressway South, Suite 595
   Austin, TX 78746

 12. Sponsoring Agency Name and Address                                          13. Type of Report and Period Covered

   Federal Highway Administration                                                  Final Report
   Office of Bridge Technology Applications, HIBT-20
   400 Seventh Street, SW., Room 3203                                            14. Sponsoring Agency Code
   Washington, D.C. 20590

 15. Supplementary Notes

   FHWA COTR: Arlo Waddoups (Ayres Associates) formerly of FHWA
   Technical Assistance: Philip Thompson, Johnny Morris (Ayres Associates), Dan Ghere (Illinois DOT),

 16. Abstract

 This circular provides a comprehensive and practical guide for the design of stormwater pump station
 systems associated with transportation facilities. Guidance is provided for the planning and design of
 pump stations which collect, convey, and discharge stormwater flowing within and along the right-of-way
 of transportation systems. Methods and procedures are given for determining cumulative inflow, system
 storage needs, pump configuration and selection, discharge system size, and sump dimensions. Pump
 house features are identified and construction and maintenance considerations are addressed.
 Additionally, considerations for retrofitting existing storm water pump stations are presented.

 17. Key Words                                                  18. Distribution Statement

   Pump Station, Pumps, Storm Drain,                               This document is available to the public from
   Stormwater Management, Hydraulic,                               National Technical Information Service,
   Hydraulic Engineering Circular, HEC,                            Springfield, Virginia 22151
   Highway Hydraulic Design

 19. Security Classif. (of this report)   20. Security Classif. (of this page)   21. No. of Pages             22. Price

   Unclassified                             Unclassified                           218

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