A designated National Historic Landmark, Fort Monroe is a decommissioned military installation in Hampton, Virginia. The Fort Monroe Federal Area Development Authority (FMFADA) was established to study, plan, and recommend the best use of existing infrastructure and resources, and Kimley-Horn is providing a wide array of services in support of redevelopment efforts.
Kimley-Horn partnered with Fort Monroe in the completion of multiple projects, including an infrastructure and flood protection study, infrastructure condition assessment and capital improvement plan, and the conversion of an historical casemate building into office space. The Kimley-Horn team assessed the water, sanitary sewer, and storm drainage systems on the base as a result of BRAC 2005. We also have been assisting the Fort Monroe Federal Area Development Authority with transportation, infrastructure, and flood protection planning and assessments, as the Fort is planned for reuse. The approved reuse plan includes residential, recreational, office, retail, and potential hotels in an historic district.
Areas of focus include:
- Capacity and condition assessment of the water distribution—hydraulic modeling using WaterCad
- Capacity and condition assessment of the wastewater collections system—hydraulic modeling using MIKE URBAN
- Flow monitoring
- CCTV inspection
- Manhole inspections
- Pump station condition assessment and evaluation
- Sanitary sewer system
- Preparation of condition assessment and rehabilitated reports
- Development of a 15-year capital improvement plan (CIP)