Services - Floodplain Analysis and FEMA Permitting
JEWELL Engineering has extensive experience in all aspects of hydrologic and hydraulic modeling using HEC-HMS for flood magnitude analyses and HEC-RAS for water surface profiles. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and North Carolina Floodplain Mapping Program (NCFMP) manage and enforce the provisions of the National Flood Insurance Program in North Carolina, and we work regularly with FEMA and NCFMP staffs to satisfy permitting requirements. JEWELL uses ArcGIS® mapping software, in accordance with FEMA practices, to document floodplain revisions. Our experience includes the following types of FEMA permitting: Conditional Letters of Map Revision (CLOMR), Letters of Map Revision (LOMR), Letters of Map Revision due to Fill (LOMR-F), Letters of Map Amendment (LOMA) and No-Rise Certifications.
Please review the following representative projects to learn more.
Clients: City of Greensboro, NC
Clients: City of Greensboro, NC and Davis-Martin-Powell
Client: City of Greensboro, NC
In order to alleviate chronic water shortages, the Town of Siler City needed to expand its raw water storage capacity. Working under a prime consultant, JEWELL provided a broad range of services for this project including dam location and conceptual design, designing the new dam configuration, preparing construction plans and specifications, and FEMA permitting.
Client: Town of Siler City, NC
Client: Forsyth Country Club, Winston-Salem, NC
Client: City of Wilson, NC