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First periodic dam safety inspection report

Guy Hoyle-Dodson

First periodic dam safety inspection report

Crystal Lake Dam & Reservoir, King County, Washington

by Guy Hoyle-Dodson

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Published by Washington State Dept. of Ecology in [Olympia, Wash.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dam safety -- Washington (State) -- King County.,
  • Dams -- Inspection -- Washington (State) -- King County.

  • About the Edition

    Contains the results of field inspections performed in 2005 by the Dam Safety Office. The dam and reservoir are located 1/4 mile east of Woodinville, Wash.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesCrystal Lake Dam & Reservoir inspection report, Crystal Lake Dam & Reservoir, King County, Washington
    Statementby Guy Hoyle-Dodson.
    SeriesPublication -- no. 08-11-002, Publication (Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology) -- 08-11-002.
    ContributionsWashington (State). Dept. of Ecology., Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology. Dam Safety Office.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTC557.W2 H69 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 43 p. :
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22660672M
    LC Control Number2008397109

    - No existing dam safety deficiencies are recognized for normal loading conditions. Rare or extreme hydrologic and/or seismic events may result in a dam safety deficiency. Risk may be in the range to take further action. Poor - A dam safety deficiency is recognized for loading conditions which may realistically occur. Remedial action is necessary. Dam Inspections by Owners (Periodic Maintenance Inspections) The owner of a dam is responsible for maintaining and operating the dam in a safe condition at all times so it does not constitute a hazard to life, health, or property.

    Investigation, Design, and Construction Documentation including Data Book, Design Report and As-Constructed Details (or Construction Report)! 2. Standing Operating Procedures (SOPs) 3. Detailed Operating and Maintenance Manuals (DOMMs) 4. Inspection and Evaluation Reports 5. Dam Safety Review Report 2 Size: 2MB. Dam Safety Program National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior VISUAL INSPECTIONS 50 SCHEDULE FOR PERIODIC MONITORING 50 REPORT OF PROBLEMS 51 CHAPTER RISK ESTIMATION AND ANALYSIS 52 OVERVIEW OF MANAGING THE RISKS OF DAMS 52 NONLOSS OF LIFE CONSEQUENCES 53 DAM FAILURE MODES

    Periodic and Special Safety Inspections – Critical to dam safety Periodic inspection of existing dams continues to be one of the fundamental pillars of an effective safety program. A dam, like any other part of our infrastruc-ture, will change and deteriorate over time. Inspection and monitoring of the dam identifies changing condi-File Size: KB. If an inspection item requires further action on your part, place a check mark to the left of the number of the item A. Crest (refer to Glossary for description) Size: KB.


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Periodic dam safety inspection report by Douglas L. Johnson; 9 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Dam safety, Dams, Inspection, Earth dams; Places.

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Contact Water Resources Program at Stability problems in dam embankments are evidenced by cracks, displacements, sloughing and sliding, bulges, and creeping. Look for sags and misalignments in parapet walls, guardrails, and conduits; bulges at the toe of the dam or in the ground below the toe; longitudinal cracking near the crest; and other indications that the embankment is moving.

Proforma for periodical inspection of dams Comments received from the States have been incorporated in the above documents.

Data Book format Documentation of all projects may be done in the Data Book format which is the primary data base for the team evaluating the safety of a Size: KB.

Dam Safety Inspection Checklist Complete All Portions of This Section (Pre-inspection) Date of Inspection: * Periodic Inspections by: Notes: {Upstream Slope, Crest, Height of dam as measured = feet Storage volume at top of dam = acre-feet File Size: KB.

the scheduled periodic inspection and between periodic inspections for certain projects on a five– year cycle.

A summary of intermediate inspections is to be included in the next periodic inspection report. (e) Informal Inspections. Employees at the project are to make frequent observations of the dam and appurtenances and of operation and. Review data obtained from the Dam Safety File and explain how to use the data.

to develop specific inspection objectives. Identify sources of information apart from the Dam Safety File regarding the. dam and the geology of the area under and around the dam. Guidelines for Safety Inspection of Dams. was first published in This comprehensive revision is one in a series of several dam safety guidelines being developed under the Dam Rehabilitation and Improvement Project (DRIP).

For any information, please contact: The Director Dam Safety Rehabilitation Directorate Central Dam Safety Organization. First Periodic Dam Safety Inspection Report: Leach Creek Stormwater Detention Dam, Pierce County, Washington: July Third Periodic Dam Safety Inspection Report: Anderson Lake Dam, Mason County, Washington: July "Inspection and maintenance of dams and appurtenant structures -guidelines (first revision)." ISDams and Reservoirs Sectional Committee -WRD 9, New Delhi.

Guidelines for safety Author: David Froehlich. The dam inspection regime for prescribed dams is set by the Dam Safety Committee, under the Dam Safety Act and the ANCOLD guidelines. Consequence Category. The Dam Safety Committee assigns a Consequence Category to dams based on their potential failure Size: KB.

This guideline comes into force with the commencement of the dam safety provisions of the Water Act This guideline replaces the guidelines known as the Queensland Dam Safety Management Guidelines dam safety assessment of the AP was prepared by Rizzo Associatesdated Janu[Rizzo, a ] Therefore, the first periodic assessment has been completed by Janu This document is organized to present a summary of the site inspection (40 C.F.R § (b)).

Best Management Practices for Dam Safety Reviews. Frequency of Review. The recommended frequency for conducting a DSR depends on the hazard that the dam presents, the presence of or changes to external hazards, the results of surveillance and the demonstrated performance.

National Inventory of Dams History. Congress first authorized the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to inventory dams in the United States with the National Dam Inspection Act (Public Law ) of The NID was first published inwith a.

The publication Periodic Dam Safety Inspection Report: Buck Mountain Reservoir Dams No. is obsolete and unavailable. Contact: Water Resources Program at Keywords: Reservoir, Inspection, report, dam, dam safety: WEB PAGE: Dam Safety Office.

The publication Periodic Dam Safety Inspection Report: Crystal Lake Dam & Reservoir, King County, Washington is obsolete and unavailable. The New Jersey Dam Safety inspection guidelines are designed to assist the dam owner with understanding the requirements, responsibilities, and duties inherent with dam ownership and to assist the professional engineer by providing a consistent approach to dam inspection and in-service evaluation.

The report presents the results of the first periodic inspection and safety evaluation of the Bremerton Reservoir No. 4 by the Ecology Dam Safety Office (DSO). The report provides: Background information,-A description of the project,-Results of the Octo inspection,-Engineering evaluation and analyses of the design of the project.The Bureau of Flood Protection and Dam Safety will interpret and maintain this policy through the Dam Safety program.

V. Procedure: The Engineering Assessment Report must, at a minimum, include the following: 1. Hazard classification evaluation 2. Complete Safety Inspection 3. Evaluation of the dam’s spillway capacity 4.Dam safety inspections The Obstructions in Streams Act (K.S.A 82ab) requires owners of high hazard (class C) and significant hazard dams (class B) dams to have a qualified engineer condut periodic dam inspections.

for high hazard dams, the inspection must be done every three years.