Honors Theses

Date of Award


Document Type

Undergraduate Thesis


Civil Engineering

First Advisor

Hunain Alkhateb

Relational Format



In the design for any development, the management of storm and wastewater is crucial in creating a viable product. The NOLA complex is a development in Oxford, MS that consists of residential as well as commercial units. The stormwater management systems designed for this facility include: an underground storage device, separate ductile iron pipes for the stormwater and wastewater outflows, a rain garden for green alternative storage. The underground storage system is designed for the 500-year storm and to fit under the southwest parking lot on the site. The stormwater outflow pipe will be designed for the 100-year storm, while the minimum diameter for wastewater pipe is used per city code. In addition, the rain garden, located on the southwest side of the site, will reduce the amount of storage volume required by the underground storage tanks.

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