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Thank you for visiting the Drainage Section site. The Central Office Drainage Section provides hydrologic, hydraulic, stormwater management, and coastal engineering services to ensure that Florida DOT provides a safe, economical transportation system that preserves the quality of Florida's environment.

The Drainage Section develops and updates policies, procedures, standards, specifications, and guidelines for these practice areas:

Coastal Engineering

District Information

Drainage Connection Permit

FHWA Hydraulics Engineering

Florida - Pipe Advisory Group

Manual-Handbooks-Design Aids

    

- Hydraulic and Stormwater management design of drainage systems for roads and bridges

 

- Prediction of bridge hydraulics and scour for riverine and tidal waterways

 

- Design of bank protection and bridge scour countermeasures

 

- Prediction of wave climates and forces on bridge

Pipe Repair Matrix

Research Projects

Stormwater Management Academy

Training - Webinars

News

Culvert Service Life Estimator - CSLE-2018.zip
Posted: April 23, 2018
New version 5.2.0.0

 

2018 Drainage Manual 
Posted: November 1, 2017
2018 FDOT Drainage Design Manual

 

2017 Drainage Design Guide 
Posted: December 13, 2016
FDOT Drainage Design Guide - January 2017

 

Opt-Pipe-HB.pdf

Opt-Pipe-HBTransmittal.pdf
Posted: August 12, 2014

Optional Pipe Materials Handbook - Provides guidance for the evaluation of optional materials - 1.3mb size

 

Hydroplaning.zip
Posted: May 29, 2014

Design Guidance for evaluating hydroplaning potential

 

BMP Trains Model version 7
Posted: March 21, 2014

New tool to evaluate BMP efficiency

- Pre-Post nutrient loading analysis

- Offsite Bypass v Commingling

- BMAP Credits

 

LRFD Webinar - Hosted by Rick Jenkins, P.E.
Posted: March 26, 2014
Webinar explaining the new AASHTO LRFD pipe cover requirements

 

 

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