The hydrology data sheet must be submitted at the completion of a bridge project. This spreadsheet was written in Microsoft EXCEL 2000.
The US Army Corp of Engineer website provides a download for the Hydrologic Engineering Centers River Analysis System backwater program.
The Federal Highway Administration provides published manuals for bridge hydraulics as well as other information pertaining to hydrology and hydraulics.
The U.S. Geological Survey Report 03-4064 provides information where abutment and contraction scour in the Coastal Plain and Piedmont Provinces of SC were investigated and envelope curves were developed especially for SC.
The U.S. Geological Survey Report 2009-5099 provides information where live - bed pier and contraction scour in the coastal plain and piedmont provinces of SC were evaluated and envelope curves were developed specifically for SC.
The U.S. Geological Survey Report 2005-5289 provides information where clear-water pier and contraction scour for the Coastal Plain and Piedmont provinces of SC were evaluated and envelope curves were developed especially for SC.
The U.S. Geological Report 2012-5029 provides information on the modification of selected South Carolina Bridge-Scour Envelope Curves
The U.S. Geological Survey provides daily gage station data where you can search for historical data or review real time information.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency Map Service Center will allow you to create a FIRMette free or you can order FIRM maps for a fee.
The FEMA - Map Modernization County by County Status provides status of on-going FEMA Map Modernization Updates.
For all bridge replacement projects, a qualified Hydraulic Engineer will complete the Bridge Scope and Assessment Form. The results of the assessment will be summarized in the NEPA document and the completed assessment form will be attached as an appendix.
The Roadway Design Manual assists technicians and engineers in selecting the needed design criteria in preparing plans for SCDOT construction projects.