As a civil Consultant to Spark Spiritual Architects, CGA Engineers prepared plans for the development of a 40-acre campus for a new location for the Broken Arrow Assembly of God Church. The design task included platting, grading, drainage, utilities, surfacing, and erosion control and stormwater management.
In coordination with the architect, the project was master planned for the development of ultimately 177,500 square feet of buildings on the campus. The first phase included a first floor main building, including the sanctuary of 64,985 square feet with a second story of 44,178 square feet.
Utilities and stormwater facility were designed to include the ultimate master plan. The utilities included a looped water line through the campus of over 2,300 feet of C900 PVC pipe. The sanitary sewer included in-site collection and off-site transmission in a separate easement into the existing Broken Arrow system. The sewer system included 2,600 feet of 8" pipe and 12 manholes.
The stormwater management included two separate ponds. The pond in the front of the property was designed as a retention pond with a set minimum pool and stormwater storage above this elevation. This pond was incorporated into the landscaping of the site. The second pond was designed as a multi-use facility. When not used for stormwater management, the pond doubled as a football and soccer field with the banks of the pond used as grass sitting areas during events.
The paving included parking lots, interior roads, and turn lanes added to the adjacent arterial streets. Additionally, as part of the master planning, future parking lots around the proposed buildings were designed and their proposed runoff included into the stormwater management system.