Lind Funeral Home & Residence – 1623 10th Avenue East, Alexandria, MN

Client: Curt & Barb Lind

Design Team: Curt & Barb Lind, TerWisscha Construction, Hagstrom Engineering, Genesis Architecture, Tradesman Construction

Jurisdiction: Alexandria, MN

Project Description: Provide site planning, civil engineering design and entitlement processing for an 11,000 S.F. funeral home and residence on a 2.0 acre lot.



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Project Details: The Lind Funeral Home and Residence is located along McKay Avenue in Alexandria, MN. Hagstrom Engineering provided site planning, civil engineering design and entitlement processing for this project. Hagstrom Engineering worked closely with the client and the architect to locate the building and design the parking lot layout. When the site layout was established the final site design began. Final design included: grading, wet and dry utilities, water quality and drainage detention and erosion control. Hagstrom Engineering prepared final construction documents that included: Construction Plans, Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and a final Drainage Report. The site required onsite detention and due to the site discharging to a body of water that is considered a wetland, an infiltration pond, per Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) requirements, was implemented. Due to the high infiltration of the soils, the use of infiltration to control the water quality, 10 year and 100 year release rates was the best option and also reduced cost as no outlet structure was required. Hagstrom Engineering also applied for and obtained the state grading permit from MPCA. Hagstrom Engineering also worked closely with the City of Alexandria to obtain approval of the final construction document and to obtain the building permit. Hagstrom Engineering has provided construction assistance during the construction process and continues to do so. This project is currently under construction and will be completed in the spring of 2015.