Cross Border Xpress
While Fuscoe had designed and permitted several projects subject to the new regulations, this project was unique. The Fuscoe team had to develop a system that did not require additional right-of-way acquisition and satisfied all City departments. The solution: three separate “treatment train” systems that addressed various storm water requirements. The first system utilized a hydrodynamic separator with media filter combined with a regional detention facility for hydromodification flow control. The second used the same initial treatment method in conjunction with a 48” RCP storm drain system within the public road for hydromodification. The third also utilized the same initial treatment scheme, but with a highly modified flow through planter, one of the more challenging solutions that were ultimately granted City approval.
Otay Mesa, CA
OTJV (Otay-Tijuana Venture LLC)
2016 ENR Global Best Projects Merit Award
2016 ULI Global Awards for Excellence Finalist
2016 SEAOSD Excellence in Structural Engineering Award
2016 RE Forum Magazine Cinderella Story Award