Pope Branch Stream Restoration

This project involved the reduction of streambank erosion and channel bed incision to provide long-term​ stream stability and downstream water quality benefits

  • Owner: DCWATER
  • Location: Washington, DC

About this Project

Pope Branch Stream Restoration is a design project on the Pope Branch tributary to the Anacostia River for DCWATER and the District Department of the Environment.  AEG assisted with completing a FEMA Letter of Map Revision for the Pope Branch Stream Restoration project.  AEG’s tasks included a review of the previously approved FEMA Conditional Letter of Map Revision, the use of as-built plans and post-construction survey to update the HEC-RAS hydraulic modeling, running FEMA’s cHECk-RAS to check the model for errors, mapping the revised floodplain and compilation of all FEMA MT-2 forms and requirements for the Letter of Map Revision application.

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