Fox Township Supervisors, Elk County
The project included the survey and design to extend the existing roadway, 2,224’ of 6″ PVC water main, and 1,663’ of 8″ PVC sewer main within the 32-acre industrial park. Drainage improvements were addressed with the design and construction of a sedimentation basin/detention facility with conveyance ditches and piping.
Two acid mine discharges existed on the site at the beginning of the design. A passive treatment facility was designed to treat the water from its source. This passive facility also served as a mitigation technique to remove jurisdictional wetlands from within the buildable area of the lots.
I probably don’t say this enough, but we so appreciate the quality of work Keller Engineers does. The fact that they include building footprints and natural features makes these surveys super useful. I’m reminding my colleagues in other counties that their surveyors need to up their quality. F. Mark Schiavone, Executive Director Berkeley County Farmland Protection Board