The South Florida Water Management District’s new S-333N spillway structure is the first component of the Central Everglades Planning Project (CEPP), which includes a suite of storage, treatment, conveyance, and seepage management measures.
This fully automated, electrically operated two-gate spillway, which works in conjunction with the existing S-333 structure, is part of helping to protect wetlands and preserve a fresh water supply.
The South Florida Water Management District chose Erdman Anthony to provide design and a value engineering analysis that realized significant cost savings. The firm also provided key construction oversight.
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