Upper Proctor Creek Capacity Relief Project at Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Historic Vine City
Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Historic Vine City will be a dynamic 16-acre neighborhood park situated along Joseph E. Boone Boulevard, providing a much-needed public space to Atlanta’s Westside neighborhoods. The park will include a pond system that collects stormwater and alleviates much of the flooding that has plagued the area during major rain events. The project includes installing a new capacity relief storage facility in Cook Park, installing 2,200 linear feet of 60-inch capacity relief trunk line, rerouting 1,100 linear feet of 96-inch combined trunk sewer, extending 1.400 linear feet of 48-inch storm water drain, installing pipeline in the right-of-way along streets in the Vine City area, and relocating Georgia Power transmission lines, re-mediating soils and relocating sewers. As part of a joint venture team, ROHADFOX provides construction management and quality control oversight of the project. Rohadfox services for the project includes: Construction Management, and Quality Control Oversight.