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Appendix I

Stormwater Calculation Sheet


Constance La Gaiete Co.Ltd
Boulet Rouge Phase 3 Residential
Development
Storm water Management Plan

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This report takes into account the particular


instructions and requirements of our client.
It is not intended for and should not be relied
upon by any third party and no responsibility
is undertaken to any third party.

Job number 248489

Arup SIGMA Ltd


19 Church Street
Port Louis
Mauritius
www.arup.com
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Contents

Page

1 Introduction 1

2 Pre Development Drainage 1


2.1 Existing site conditions and topography 1
2.2 Site geology 2
2.3 Existing rainfall catchment 2
2.4 Existing drainage structures 2
2.5 Peak flow estimation 3

3 Post Development Drainage 6


3.1 Development components 6
3.2 Storm water management strategy 7
3.3 Post Development rainfall catchment 7
3.4 Peak flow estimation 7

4 Storm water Infrastructure Design 9

5 Conclusion 11

Appendices

Appendix A
Drawings

Appendix B
Calculation Notes

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1 Introduction
Constance La Gaiété Co. Ltd. (CLG), hereinafter referred to as the Promoter, owner
of a plot of land of 106 000 m2 (part of a larger plot of land, 54.0497 ha) at Boulet
Rouge, Central Flacq, intends to promote the property as a residential development
of 149 plots. The development will be an extension of their Boulet Rouge Phase 1
and 2 morcellements.
Arup SIGMA has been appointed by the Client to perform a site wide drainage
study to define a strategy for managing the surface storm water runoff flowing
within the development and offsite. This technical report has been prepared for
submission to the relevant authorities to facilitate the necessary clearances and
approvals with respect to storm water drainage of the residential development.
Figure 1 of Appendix A shows the Location plan of the site and its boundaries.
The scope of this report is to:
 Describe the existing site conditions.
 Describe the hydrology of the catchment pertaining to the project area.
 Define the proposed storm water drainage network.
 Design the storm water drainage infrastructure for a minimum 1:10 year rainfall
return period.

2 Pre Development Drainage

2.1 Existing site conditions and topography


The topographical levels, existing features including electricity services, boundary
walls, bus layby and storm water drain on project site have been surveyed by Sworn
Land Surveyor, J.C d’HOTMAN de VILLIERS, of SDDS. The iso-level contours
are at 0.5m intervals.
In general, Boulet Rouge Phase 3 site is bounded as follows:
Due North: By Renganaden Seeneevassen Street (B28)
Due East: Land belonging to Constance La Gaiété Co.Ltd.
Due West: Boulet Rouge Phase 2 existing morcellement
Due South: Track Road belonging to Fuel
Figure 2 of Appendix A shows the survey of topographical levels and existing
features. It can be observed that part of the site slopes towards the north to a low
point of level 54.50m AMSL adjacent to B28 road. The other portion of the site
inclines towards the north eastern direction to a low point of 55.50 m AMSL next
to B28 road.

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2.2 Site geology


Percolation tests were performed in 5 trial pits to a depth of at least 3m. The average
value of percolation rate obtained was 256 mm/hr. There was no evidence of water
table in the infiltration test pits.

2.3 Existing rainfall catchment


The rainfall catchment draining within the project site were defined and indicated
on Figure 3 of Appendix A. Contours available on the Ordinance Survey map of
Mauritius (scale 1:25000) was used for outlining the catchment boundaries where
topographical survey was not available. Flow directions were simulated using
AutoCAD Civil 3D which also assisted in outlining the catchment subdivision,
high/low points and natural flow paths.
At present, most of the onsite catchment area is under sugarcane cultivation and
track roads. Rainwater is being intercepted by sugarcane plantation and excess
runoff will flow towards the two low points and the existing drain running along
Renganaden Seeneevassen Street B28.
Catchments C.A, part of C.B and C.D form the offsite catchment which drains
towards the project site. Runoff from catchment C.A is being discharged into an
infiltration trench along rear boundary wall of Boulet Rouge Phase 2 whereas
approximately 50% of catchment CB in addition to CD slopes towards the project
site. The offsite drainage works for catchment CA only have already been
implemented during Boulet Rouge Phase 2 construction. More details are given in
section 3.2 of this report.
Presently, there are 2 existing soakaways which are used as disposal system for
Boulet Rouge Phase 2 storm water drainage. Overflow from the two soakaways
follows the natural drainage paths towards low point 1 of Boulet Rouge Phase 3
development.
The total catchment area flowing within the project site and offsite is 0.203 km2.
Two low points have been identified as indicated on Figure 3 of Appendix A.
Catchment area flowing towards low point 1 is 0.043 km2 (considering an additional
10% of catchment area flowing towards soakaway 1 and 2 of Boulet Rouge Phase
2) whereas at low point 2 is 0.17 km2.

2.4 Existing drainage structures


There is an existing rectangular drainage structure with both gratings and concrete
covers along the inner side of the boundary wall adjacent to Renganaden
Seeneevassen Street B28. This drainage structure belongs to Constance La Gaiété
Co. Ltd which was constructed by the Local Authority as a means to capture runoff
from the upstream land and flows towards its outlet at River Coignard.

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Figure 2.4.1: Existing storm water drainage structure

Existing storm
water drain
adjacent to
boundary wall
which was
constructed by the
Local Authority
within Constance
Property
independent of
Public Road

Storm water drain


crosses
Renganaden
Seeneevassen
Street and
discharges into
River Coignard.

2.5 Peak flow estimation

2.5.1 Assumptions
The Ministry of Public Utilities commissioned a study into land drainage issues,
which was completed in 2002. The report contains guidance on the control of
surface water runoff and suggests how drainage systems should be implemented in
development projects. With reference to ‘Study of the Land Drainage System of the
Island of Mauritius’, SCS-UH method should be used for flood design purposes for

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catchments greater than 1.5km2. For catchment smaller than 1.5km2, rational
method is the preferred technique.
Therefore, the rational method was used to estimate the peak flow of each
catchment as the area is lesser than 1.5 km2.
The following assumptions have been made:
 Runoff have been estimated for 10-year rainfall return period event.
 Rainfall is uniformly distributed over the catchment area and is constant over
time for the storm return period and intensity.
 The rainfall intensity used is taken from the IDF Curves published by the
Mauritius Meteorological Services (MMS) at Vacoas.
 The sub catchments are treated as single units.
 Flow is estimated at the furthest point downstream of each catchment and at the
two low points.
 The storm duration is assumed to be equal to the time of concentration for each
sub catchment.
 All the surface runoff from the catchment follows the natural drainage path of
the catchment
 No allowance has been made for evapotranspiration, assuming that during the
flash flood, the amount of evapotranspiration is almost negligible.
 A runoff coefficient of 0.3 is assumed applicable for a pervious area with
vegetation cover for Boulet Rouge Phase 3 site.
 A runoff coefficient of 0.5 is assumed applicable for Boulet Rouge Phase 2 built
up area.
 An allowance of 10% for overflow from the existing two soakaways for Boulet
Rouge Phase 2 storm water drainage has been taken into account.

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2.5.2 Rational Method


Peak flow rate is given by:
Q = C. i. A
Where
Q is the peak flow rate, expressed in m3/s;
C is the runoff coefficient (between 0 and 1), dimensionless;
I is the rainfall intensity expressed in m/s as published by the Mauritius
Meteorological Services as indicated on Figure 2.5.2.1.
A is the area receiving rainfall (measured horizontally), measured in m2.
C – Runoff Coefficient
Figure 2.5.2.1: Intensity-Duration Frequency Curves (MMS)

Time of Concentration was determined using the Kirpich formula as follows:


T0= (0.885L03/H)0.385 *60
Where
T0 is the time of concentration measured in minutes;
L0 is the longest path of a water particle measured in km;
H is the difference in elevations measured in m;

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Table 2.5.2.1: Estimated peak flows for existing conditions by Rational Method
Catchment No Catchment Runoff Time of Conc Rainfall Intensity Runoff Flow, Q (m3/s)
Area Coeff (min) (mm/min) by rational method
(km2) 10 yr RP 10 yr RP
C.B 0.109 0.3 13.3 2.10 1.15
C.C 0.006 0.3 6.6 2.60 0.08
C.D 0.030 0.3 9.8 2.10 0.32
C.E 0.013 0.3 7.6 2.10 0.14
C.F 0.007 0.3 6.0 2.60 0.09
C.G 0.003 0.3 4.7 2.60 0.03
C.H 0.008 0.3 4.1 2.60 0.10
C.I 0.020 0.3 6.6 2.60 0.26
C.J 0.008 0.3 6.6 2.60 0.10
10%
Catchment
overflow from
Soakaway 1 of
BR2 0.002 0.5 8.9 2.10 0.04
10%
Catchment
overflow from
Soakaway 2 of
BR2 0.003 0.5 8.9 2.10 0.05

Considering the 10% of the catchment discharging to each soakaway of Boulet


Rouge Phase 2 gets overflowed to Boulet Rouge Phase 3 site, therefore, the total
discharge flow at the two lowest points of Boulet Rouge Phase 3 is calculated as
follows:
Low Point Catchment Ref Runoff Flow, Q (m3/s) by rational method
10 year RP
CG, CH, CI, CJ, 10%
1 Soakaway,1&2 0.58
2 CB, CC, CD, CE, CF 1.77

Refer to Appendix B for more details on pre development peak flow estimate.

3 Post Development Drainage

3.1 Development components


The Boulet Rouge Phase 3 residential development will comprise the following
infrastructure and amenities:
 2 main accesses on Renganaden Seeneevassen street B28 and inner distributor
roads for vehicular traffic circulation.
 Pedestrian walkways and cycling track.
 Storm water drainage system.
 Potable water system.

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 Telecommunication distribution system.


 Electricity distribution system.
 Green spaces.

3.2 Storm water management strategy


Following analysis of the existing condition, a storm water management strategy to
effectively channel storm runoff from the road, plots and offsite of the residential
development has been formed.
400mm diameter slot drains will be used to channel rainfall runoff. Where capacity
is exceeded, 600mm RC pipes with inlets (manhole with grating) at 15m intervals
will be used. Part of the network will be discharged into two on-site soakaways and
part will be discharged into an existing NDU drain which thereafter reaches into the
River Coignard.
The inlets will have removable gratings and traps to allow silts to be collected and
removed before entering the piped network. The manholes will also be used as
access chambers and will be positioned at all changes in direction. Similarly,
manholes will be provided for slot drains at every junction.
Runoff from catchments C.A will be intercepted by an existing infiltration trench
adjacent to boundary wall and channel to a 450 mm diameter pipe servitude which
thereafter connects to the roadside drain of Boulet Rouge Phase 2. The infiltration
trench acting as a cut off system has already been implemented during Boulet
Rouge Phase 2 construction.
Each plot owner will have to cater for its own stormwater disposal system. An
allowance of 10% has been taken into account for any excess runoff from the plots
into the roadside stormwater reticulation system.

3.3 Post Development rainfall catchment


The rainfall catchment that will flow into the road drainage system has been
subdivided into sub basins according to topography of the site and the slope of the
road. The catchment in the post development condition has been shown in Figure
4 of Appendix A.

3.4 Peak flow estimation


A broad estimate of peak flows for each catchment is made using the rational
method because the individual sub catchments in the developed plan are relatively
reduced compared to the existing condition. Also, since it is assumed to be an urban
type development (paved, impervious, structured drain system), the rational method
will be most appropriate to give more conservative results for the flows that can
produce.

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3.4.1 Assumptions
The assumptions enumerated in section 2.5.1 are applicable in addition to the
following:
 Each plot will have its own stormwater disposal system.
 A runoff coefficient 1 was used for Boulet Rouge Phase 3 road network plus
reserves (hard surfaces).
 Extra 10% of the measured catchment area taken as factor of safety to cater
for any excess runoff from plot areas.
 An allowance of 10% for overflow from the 2 soakaways of Boulet Rouge
Phase 2 has been taken into account.
 A rainfall return period of 10 years has been used.

3.4.2 Peak flow


The peak flow has been calculated for each stretch of storm water pipe as shown
in Appendix B and summarized in Table 1 below.
Table 1- Stormwater runoff taken by each pipe section
Location Catchment area Storm Rainfall Intensity Runoff Coefficient Peak Flow
(m2) Duration (mm/min) (m3/s)
(min) 10 years 10 years

C1 2848 1 3.5 1 0.17


C2 4552 5 2.6 1 0.20
C3 1328 1 3.5 1 0.08
C4 7761 5 2.6 1 0.34
C5 1592 1 3.5 1 0.09
C6 10409 5 2.6 1 0.45
C7 1291 1 3.5 1 0.08
C8 12927 5 2.6 1 0.56
C9 1723 1 3.5 1 0.10
C 10 (OUT 1) 15666 5 2.6 1 0.68

C 11 1372 1 3.5 1 0.08


C 12 666 1 3.5 1 0.04
C 13 2769 1 3.5 1 0.16
C 14 590 1 3.5 1 0.03
OUT 2 4920 5 2.6 1 0.21

C 15 3520 5 2.6 1 0.15


OUT 3 3520 5 2.6 1 0.15

C 16 407 1 3.5 1 0.02

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Location Catchment area Storm Rainfall Intensity Runoff Coefficient Peak Flow
(m2) Duration (mm/min) (m3/s)
(min) 10 years 10 years

C 17 1317 1 3.5 1 0.08


C 18 1742 1 3.5 1 0.10
C 19 1463 1 3.5 1 0.09
C 20 4443 5 2.6 1 0.19
C 21 (OUT 3) 4938 5 2.6 1 0.21

4 Storm water Infrastructure Design


According to BS EN 752: 2008, the hydraulic design of the storm water pipes
whether running full or partially full is calculated using the Manning’s equation.
Refer to Figure 5 of Appendix A for the proposed stormwater layout.
Using the formula:
Q = A. V
V = (m2/3*s1/2)/n
m=A/P
Where
V = Velocity of flow (m/s)
A = Flow area (m2)
m = Hydraulic radius (m)
A = Wetted area (m2)
P = Wetted perimeter (m)
S = Channel slope (m/m)
n = Manning’s roughness coefficient
The following assumptions have been made:
 The minimum size of RC pipe to be used is of internal diameter 300mm.
 A manning’s coefficient of 0.012 is used for RC pipes.
 A minimum velocity of 0.75 m/s to ensure self-cleansing.
Calculation for sizing of stormwater pipes can be obtained in Appendix B and is
summarized as follows:

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Table 2- Pipe sizing for each section


Location Peak Flow Pipe diameter, Slope Pipe Full Pipe full
(m3/s) ø (%) Velocity Capacity
10 years (m) (m/s) (m3/s)
Section 1 0.17 0.4 2.52% 2.9 0.358
Section 2 0.20 0.4 0.85% 1.7 0.208
Section 3 0.08 0.4 1.20% 2.0 0.247
Section 4 0.34 0.6 1.49% 2.9 0.813
Section 5 0.09 0.4 1.63% 2.3 0.288
Section 6 0.45 0.6 1.09% 2.5 0.694
Section 7 0.08 0.4 2.56% 2.9 0.361
Section 8 0.56 0.6 0.83% 2.1 0.606
Section 9 0.10 0.4 1.44% 2.2 0.271
Section 10 (OUT 1) 0.68 0.6 1.27% 2.7 0.750

Section 11 0.08 0.4 1.55% 2.2 0.281


Section 12 0.04 0.4 4.09% 3.6 0.456
Section 13 0.16 0.4 1.00% 1.8 0.226
Section 14 0.03 0.4 2.41% 2.8 0.351
OUT 2 0.21 0.4 1.00% 1.8 0.226

Section 15 0.15 0.4 0.85% 1.7 0.207


OUT 3 0.15 0.4 1.00% 1.8 0.226

Section 16 0.02 0.4 2.15% 2.6 0.331


Section 17 0.08 0.4 1.89% 2.5 0.310
Section 18 0.10 0.4 2.76% 3.0 0.375
Section 19 0.09 0.4 0.81% 1.6 0.203
Section 20 0.19 0.4 0.83% 1.6 0.206
Section 21 (OUT 3) 0.21 0.4 2.00% 2.5 0.319

The required RC pipe sizes to effectively drain storm water runoff from Boulet
Rouge Phase 3 vary between 400mm and 600mm. The interconnected pipes will
be connected to the existing NDU drain and on-site soakaways as shown on storm
water layout.
Two soakaways are being proposed. One is located below the footpath in between
plots 10 & 11 (SA. 1) and the second is located adjacent the entrance to the
development (SA. 2).

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Table 3- Sizing of Soakaway 1 & 2


Catchment Inflow Type of Length (m) Soil infiltration Duration Outflow Storage Storage
(m3/s) soakaway rate (mm/h) (s) (m3/s) Required Available
(m3) (m3)

OUT3
(SOAKAWAY 2) 0.367 Conventional 42 x 6 x 1.5 d 256 300 0.0102 106.88 113.40
OUT2
(SOAKAWAY 1) 0.313 Conventional 45 x 5 x 1.5d 256 300 0.0107 90.76 101.25

5 Conclusion
The stormwater network of Boulet Rouge Phase 3 will comprise the following:
 400mm diameter slot drains and 600mm diameter RC pipes with intermediate
inlets to collect stormwater runoff from roads and reserves.
 Connection of site storm water drainage system to existing NDU drain
alongside boundary wall adjacent to Renganaden Seeneevassen Road B28 and
two on-site soakaways.
 The flow directions within the proposed storm water pipes and the terminal
point at the existing NDU drain have been defined. The existing drain will
channel the storm runoff from the site to River Coignard.

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A1 List of drawings
Figure 1: Location Plan
Figure 2: Site Topography
Figure 3: Existing Rainfall Catchment
Figure 4: Drainage areas (Post development)
Figure 5: Stormwater layout
Figure 6: Stormwater typical details

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Figure 3 P1

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3 CHEMIN COMMUN DE 6.00m DE LARGE
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CHEMIN DE BALISAGE

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125 126 127 128 129
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X = 266578.530
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Y = 358011.287
Y = 358004.804
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106 104 103 102 101 100 99 98
115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 105 Issue Date By Chkd Appd
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96
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SECTION 3
8 Transformer Room 87 69

SECTION 5
97 55 26 15
88 68
134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 120 119 Arup SIGMA
122 121
Bagatelle Office Park
Bagatelle - Mauritius
Tel - (230) 601 9800 Fax - (230) 468 8338
89 67 56 25 16 www.arup.com
ROAD 6
Client

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SECTION 1 90 66 57 24 CONSTANCE LA GAIETE Ltd.

Building line
17

SECTION 7
9 SECTION 2
ROAD 5
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149 148 147 146 145 144 143
142 141 Job Title
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140 139 92 64
59 22 RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT
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ROAD 1

18 AT BOULET ROUGE
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93 63 21 PHASE 3

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Building line
Telecom
62 61 20 Drawing Title
SEC
TION ROAD 1
4 DRAINAGE AREAS
SECTION 6 SECTION 8 SECTION 10

B2
Scale at A1
1:1000
Discipline
Infrastructure
Job No Drawing Status
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Figure 4 T1

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33 34
32 89
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DE 6.00m DE LARGE 73
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4 81 38 ROAD 7
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145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 59.50
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125 126 127 128 129 G2

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CE

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Arup SIGMA

RENGANADEN SEENEEVASEN STREET


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58
61 62 63
14 73 30 11
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58.0
0
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X = 266576.305
X = 266578.530 Tel - (230) 601 9800 Fax - (230) 468 8338
Y = 358011.287
Y = 358004.804
59 16 15 58
.50 72 29 www.arup.com
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97 55 26 15 Job Title
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5 AT BOULET ROUGE

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149 148 147 G1
146 145 144 143
142 141 Stormwater
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135 56.5
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61 93 63 21
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94 Connection to Scale at A3

Building line
Telecom
62 61 20
0 Existing Drain 1:2000
55.5
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Figure 5 P1
Existing Drain
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Kerb 250x100
100mm Top Soil or Sand
G.L

200
100
2 < 50 mm

300
Grabeaux
(50-200mm)

Geofabric U19

Varies
Stone Rubble

4
350 600 350

Heavy Duty 650


275 600 275
Grating Cover
D400 Loading
2.5% Heavy Duty Varies
575
125

Grating Cover
D400 Loading
Road Layer Works

2.5%

125
TYPICAL SOAKAWAY DETAIL
Road Layer Works

5 150 600 150


min 900

75 600 75
900

min 900
200 200

200 750 200

Face of kerb 500

200 200
150

150
200

200

125
7
Fall Road Level 2.5%

50mm Blinding layer 50mm Blinding layer

MANHOLE SECTION 1 - 1 MANHOLE SECTION A - A T1 29/06/16 Reza B. PRPG PG


FOR TENDER
Issue Date By Chkd Appd

1300

Road Layer Works


8 200 900 200 1150

200 750 200

Arup SIGMA
Bagatelle Office Park
Bagatelle - Mauritius
Tel - (230) 601 9800 Fax - (230) 468 8338
www.arup.com

Gap between kerb and Slot drain


200

Client
infilled with 150 thk mass concrete
CONSTANCE LA GAIETE Ltd.
200

Job Title
1 1 RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT
1300

900

1150

AT BOULET ROUGE
750

A A
PHASE 3

10
Drawing Title

STORMWATER
200

200

TYPICAL DETAILS

R.C Pipe R.C Pipe Scale at A1


1:15 , 1:5
Discipline
Infrastructure
Job No Drawing Status
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TYPICAL SLOT DRAIN Drawing No Issue

FIGURE 6 T1

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Appendix B
Calculation Notes
Constance La Gaiete Co.Ltd Boulet Rouge Phase 3 Residential Development
Storm water Management Plan

B1 Pre Development Flow Estimate

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248489 Boulet Rouge Phase 3 Residential Development

18th May 2016 Pre development Flow Estimate by Rational Method

Elevations Rainfall Intensity, I (mm/min) Flowrate, Q= CIA(m3/s)


Area, Area, L0 H Slope T0 IDF
Catchment 2 2 C
A (m ) A (km ) (km) H1 H2 (m) (%) (min) Duration
(m) (m) (min) Recurrence Interval (years) Recurrence Interval (years)
10 10

C.B 109112 0.109 0.79 80 58.5 21.5 2.7% 13.3 10 0.3 2.10 1.15

C.C 6233 0.006 0.25 62.5 58.5 4.0 1.6% 6.6 5 0.3 2.60 0.08

C.D 30151 0.030 0.42 62.5 55.5 7.0 1.7% 9.8 10 0.3 2.10 0.32

C.E 13124 0.013 0.28 59.5 55.5 4.0 1.5% 7.6 10 0.3 2.10 0.14

C.F 6796 0.007 0.23 59.5 55.5 4.0 1.8% 6.0 5 0.3 2.60 0.09

C.G 2560 0.003 0.15 56.5 54.5 2.0 1.4% 4.7 5 0.3 2.60 0.03

C.H 7560 0.008 0.18 59.5 54.5 5.0 2.8% 4.1 5 0.3 2.60 0.10

C.I 19914 0.020 0.26 59.5 54.5 5.0 1.9% 6.6 5 0.3 2.60 0.26

C.J 7970 0.008 0.26 59.5 54.5 5.0 1.9% 6.6 5 0.3 2.60 0.10

BR 2_Soakaway 1 2156.6 0.002 0.40 65.5 57.5 8.0 2.0% 8.9 10 0.5 2.10 0.04

BR 2_Soakaway 2 2923.7 0.003 0.40 65.5 57.5 8.0 2.0% 8.9 10 0.5 2.10 0.05

Total 0.203 Low Point 1 - CG,CH,CI,CJ, Soakaway,1&2 0.58

Low
point 1 0.0431 Low Point 2 - CB,CC,CD,CE,CF 1.77

Low
point 2 0.17
Parameter Units Description
L0 km Longest pathway of a water particle.
H1 m Highest elevation of the pathway.
H2 m Lowest elevation of the pathway.
H m Difference in elevations
T0 min Time of concentration using T0=(0.885L03/H)0.385 *60

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Storm water Management Plan

B2 Post Development Flow Estimate and storm


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PIPE DESIGN
LOCATION Pipe No L (m) ø S Pipe Full Pipe Time of entry Time of Flow Time of Conc Storm Rainfall C Total area Peak Flow Check Q
(%) V full (te) (min) (tf) (mins) (tc) (mins) Duration Intensity (m2) 3 for
(m) (m /s)
(m/s) Cap (min) (mm/min) 10
(m3/s) 10 10 years

section 1 A1-A2 190 0.4 2.52% 2.9 0.358 1.0 1.11 2.11 1 3.5 1 2848 0.17 OK
section 2 A2-A3 91 0.4 0.85% 1.7 0.208 2.1 0.92 3.03 5 2.6 1 4552 0.20 OK
section 4 A4-A5 85 0.6 1.49% 2.9 0.813 3.0 0.49 3.52 5 2.6 1 7761 0.34 OK
section 6 A5-A6 57 0.6 1.09% 2.5 0.694 3.5 0.39 3.91 5 2.6 1 10409 0.45 OK
section 8 A6-A7 65 0.6 0.83% 2.1 0.606 3.9 0.51 4.41 5 2.6 1 12927 0.56 OK
section 10 A7-OUT1 55 0.6 1.27% 2.7 0.750 4.4 0.35 4.76 5 2.6 1 15666 0.68 OK

section 3 B1-A4 80 0.4 1.20% 2.0 0.247 1.0 0.68 1.68 1 3.5 1 1328 0.08 OK

section 5 C1-A5 150 0.4 1.63% 2.3 0.288 1.0 1.09 2.09 1 3.5 1 1592 0.09 OK

section 7 D1-A6 110 0.4 2.56% 2.9 0.361 1.0 0.64 1.64 1 3.5 1 1291 0.08 OK

section 9 E1-A7 122 0.4 1.44% 2.2 0.271 1.0 0.94 1.94 1 3.5 1 1723 0.10 OK

section 11 F1-F2 117 0.4 1.55% 2.2 0.281 1.0 0.87 1.87 1 3.5 1 1372 0.08 OK
section 13 F2-F3 65 0.4 1.00% 1.8 0.226 1.9 0.60 2.48 1 3.5 1 2769 0.16 OK
OUT 2 F3-OUT2 5 0.4 1.00% 1.8 0.226 2.5 0.05 2.52 5 2.6 1 4920 0.21 OK

section 12 D1-F2 65 0.4 4.09% 3.6 0.456 1.0 0.30 1.30 1 3.5 1 666 0.04 OK

section 14 E1-F3 58 0.4 2.41% 2.8 0.351 1.0 0.35 1.35 1 3.5 1 590 0.03 OK

section 15 G1-G2 230 0.4 0.85% 1.7 0.207 1.0 2.32 3.32 5 2.6 1 3520 0.15 OK
OUT 3 G2-OUT3 15 0.4 1.00% 1.8 0.226 2.5 0.14 2.66 5 2.6 1 3520 0.15 OK

section 16 F1-H1 41 0.4 2.15% 2.6 0.331 1.0 0.26 1.26 1 3.5 1 407 0.02 OK
section 17 H1-H2 65 0.4 1.89% 2.5 0.310 1.3 0.44 1.70 1 3.5 1 1317 0.08 OK
section 18 H2-H3 45 0.4 2.76% 3.0 0.375 1.7 0.25 1.95 1 3.5 1 1742 0.10 OK
section 20 H3-H4 60 0.4 0.83% 1.6 0.206 2.1 0.61 2.75 5 2.6 1 4443 0.19 OK
section 21 H4-OUT3 10 0.4 2.00% 2.5 0.319 2.7 0.07 2.81 5 2.6 1 4938 0.21 OK

section 19 I1-H3 110 0.4 0.81% 1.6 0.203 1.0 1.14 2.14 1 3.5 1 1463 0.09 OK
Storage Required
Length Depth Total Wall Surface Soil infiltration Soil infiltration Outflow (Inflow-Outflow) x Storage Available
Catchment Inflow (m3/s) (m) Width (m) (m) Area (m2) rate (mm/h) rate (m/s) Duration (s) (m3/s) Duration) (m3) Status
OUT3 (SOAKAWAY 2) 0.367 42 6 1.5 144.0 256 7.11111E-05 300 0.0102 106.88 113.40 Ok

OUT2 (SOAKAWAY 1) 0.313 45 5 1.5 150.0 256 7.11111E-05 300 0.0107 90.76 101.25 Ok