Llagas Creek Bridge on Uvas Road

HMH is performing civil engineering surveying for replacement of an existing structurally and geometrically deficient bridge along Uvas Road in southern Santa Clara County.  The project includes roadway realignment and widening to improve safety and facilitate staging of construction for the 80-foot long single span structure.  The design considered important habitat and environmental protection strategies at this rural wooded location, as well as profile changes to accommodate Llagas Creek flows under the bridge and access to private properties.   Since the project is under the jurisdiction of Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control District, the design is intended to comply with the regional NPDES permit, by incorporating construction best management practices (BMP’s) and permanent biofiltration treatment measures.

HMH is a key subconsultant to the structural engineer Biggs Cardosa Associates, and responsible for civil engineering, land surveying and stormwater management.



  • Stormwater Compliance


Morgan Hill, CA


2013 - Current

Key Facts

  • Client: County of Santa Clara Roads and Airports Department
  • Roadway Realignment and Widening
  • Habitat and Environmental Protection Strategies
  • Compliance with Regional NPDES Permit

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