Latter Day Saints Flood Risk Assessment Port Prince
This project involved the development of hydraulic and hydrological models to estimate the potential for flood impacts on a property of the Church of Latter Day Saints. The Church was adjacent to a drainage corridor with a tributary drainage area of about 12.4 square kilometers, which generated significant amounts of stormwater runoff coming from high-intensity precipitation on the relatively steep terrain. A detailed site survey, hydraulic cross-section measurements, and a topographic survey of bridges along the adjacent drainage corridor were completed to provide required hydraulic data for the models. As a result of our services, the Church received expert recommendations for preventive measures to minimize potential flooding impacts on their property.