Daytona Beach International Speedway Boulevard Case Study

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Daytona Beach International Speedway Boulevard Case Study

This document is the case study for the Daytona Beach International Speedway Boulevard, Daytona Beach, FL. Stormwater system along nearby roads discussed.

As part of Daytona Speedway’s construction project, nearby roads were also improved. The existing stormwater ditches along U.S. 92 (International Speedway Boulevard) were replaced by a closed drainage system using HP Storm pipe. The closed system allowed for sidewalks to be built to help with spectator foot traffic at Daytona Speedway’s events.

Hazen Construction chose HP Storm because of the pipe’s rigidity. Florida DOT projects require laser profiling and HP Storm “is very rigid so it never goes out of round”, according to Hazen Construction’s Chad Hazen. Other factors in Hazen construction choosing HP Storm is ease of installation, watertight joints and the pipe could be buried between 3’-9’ (.9-2.7 m) with native soil. In addition, 134 Inserta Tees, ranging from 24” x 18” (600 x 450 mm) to 48” x 18” (1200 x 450 mm), were utilized for the lateral connections. Inserta Tees were chosen over precast structures to save installation time and money.

The installation was done in June 2015 using 30,000’ (9,144 m) of 18”-48” (450-1200 mm) HP Storm pipe, 134 Inserta Tee.

Photographs of the project are included.

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