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Goochland Fire Station Number 6 - Goochland, VA

Goochland’s Fire Station Number Six is situated just a stone’s throw off of Interstate 64, about halfway between the cities of Richmond and Charlottesville Virginia. Increased development flowing westward into Goochland County from the Short Pump area has seen additional housing and new residents moving into the area. As a primary component of the Fire...
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Job Shadowing Day - Summerville, SC

We had the pleasure to welcome Cheyenne Minus and Alex Neblett to our facility Friday, February 17 for Job Shadowing Day in Summerville, SC! Cheyenne shadowed Lisa in Dispatch and Connor in Engineering as well as spent time with Mary & Katrina. Each Lady spent time with her going over what they do for the...
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Hiatt Run Apartments - Frederick County, VA

Owner: Frederick County Sanitation Authority Contractor: Perry Engineering Co., Inc. Engineer: Painter-Lewis, P.L.C. Design Information: End Suction Lift Station – fully assembled by Clear Flow by Concrete Pipe & Precast including the electrical install with SCADA systems. Installation Information: The precast concrete wet well is first installed and backfilled to grade by the site contractor....
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I-64 Widening (Segment 1) Newport News, VA

To provide immediate congestion relief and to allow for more travel lanes during a possible evacuation, the first segment of Interstate 64 widening in Newport News consists of approximately 5.6 miles, from west of Route 143, Jefferson Avenue (Exit 255) to just east of Route 238, Yorktown Road (Exit 247). This corridor ties into an...
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10th Street Realignment Roanoke, VA

Anytime a roadway project is proposed, the issue of increased storm water runoff must be handled with appropriate SWM best practices. Oftentimes, an urban realignment is extremely challenging because of existing property limits and the nuisances associated with SWM ponds and methods typically used for rural roadway construction. The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) was...
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Murray Hill & Vollmerhausen Road Howard County, MD

Due to the enlargement of an existing Storm Water Management pond for continued growth in the area at Murry Hill & Vollmerhausen Road in Howard County, MD the existing 16” diameter pipe under the roadway at was no longer large enough. Designers determined that the existing pipe diameter needed to be increase four times its...
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I-95 Temple Avenue Improvements Colonial Heights, VA

The I-95/Temple Avenue Interchange project was designed to improve traffic flow, to eliminate prolonged periods of delay, and to decrease the accident rate at its location in Colonial Heights, VA. The design-build team decided to realign the entrance and exit ramps at that location and replace the signalized intersection with a roundabout relocated west of...
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Gilmer Avenue over Trout Run, Roanoke, VA

In the late 1800’s, the city of Roanoke, VA was built on marshy land previously known by travelers as a large area of salt licks abundant with wild game for the hunting. As part of the city’s construction, spring fed Trout Run was completely enclosed in a tunnel and a section of the city built...
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Stringtown Road Montgomery County, MD

The need for storm water attenuation becomes increasingly important as development continues to urbanize and expand housing, roadways, and other impervious drainage areas. Combine that with the expensive costs associated with land use, it is easy to see why owners are relying more on the use of underground storm water management solutions. Dedicated storm water...
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Community Fellowship Church of the Nazarene, Waynesboro, VA

Site conditions can often dictate special requirements to handle water quality and wastewater treatment. When the Community Fellowship Church of the Nazarene planned to add a 200 child daycare in Waynesboro, VA, a Bio-Microbics 3.0 MicroFast tank and 4000 gallon pump tank became part of the plan. Contractor James Crummett of Mount Sidney, VA completed...
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