The Rainfall Intensity Values charts were developed by the SCDOT that are based on the Technical Paper 40 maps to aid in calculating intensity values for the 5, 10, 25, 50, and 100 year storms. Values are listed for 28 cities in South Carolina. Use the values that most represent the rainfall pattern at your specific site.
SCDHEC has promulgated two ways of determining the 24 Hour Storm Event for South Carolina. One is in Appendix F of the 2005 BMP Handbook. This appendix is attached in the pdf document below. The other method is using NOAAs Hydrometeorological Design Studies Center. This method requires the Longitude and Latitude of the project. Both of these methods are acceptable to SCDHEC.
The Department of Natural Resources provides access to topographic, land use, and aerial maps that can be downloaded as well as information about the digital elevation and world coordinates data.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service provides information you can download such as Technical Release 55, Windows Technical Release 55, Technical Release 20, and Windows Technical Release 20. Also, this site has a reference to obtain county soil surveys.
The Roadway Design Manual assists technicians and engineers in selecting the needed design criteria in preparing plans for SCDOT construction projects.