Our firm has been overseeing construction of portions of a major infrastructure upgrade initiative by NJAW. We are responsible for the day-to-day quality assurance inspection of the contractor’s work to ensure it complies with NJAW standards. All work is carefully documented and detailed to ensure NJAW has accurate records that can be utilized in the future.
Our firm has been retained by NJAW to inspect and provide condition assessment reports. These crossings are considered critical based upon their locations and the consequence of failure. These reports become an important component in the understanding and management of these assets.
Our firm performed a detailed analysis of the alternatives for replacement of the water service to a critical military facility building. The analysis considered design constraints, operational concerns, and environmental constraints. We prepared the formal design of the improvements and obtained all necessary approvals, including the NJDEP Wetlands, Natural Heritage, and NJ Highlands.
CP is working with New Jersey American Water to have their water mains associated with Critical Railroad Crossings assessed using the latest non-invasive sound wave testing methods to determine integrity for AC, CI and DI pipes. CP is assisting NJAW with the site selection, municipal and county police and DPW coordination, developing traffic and safety control programs and on-site inspection. The program started in Union and Middlesex Counties and is now expanding into Monmouth County.
Our firm was hired by the Borough of Mount Arlington to prepare the design and construction documents for a water main extension project intended to provide water service to residents currently supplied by private wells, as well as improve the reliability of the Borough’s water system through improved circuiting. Included in this project was 2,500 foot of water main piping, 41 water services, nine valves, and one hydrant. Our firm also provided permitting, bid phase services, construction administration and observation services on the project.
Our firm was retained by the NJ Division of Property Management and Construction to provide design, permitting, bidding and construction services for the upgrade of the domestic water supply system at the Pequest Fish Hatchery. The domestic water supply system provides potable water to six separate buildings, including the hatchery’s main administrative and educational facilities. Due to the presence of significant underground utilities and structures at the site, we performed a comprehensive ground penetrating radar survey to create an accurate depiction of the subsurface infrastructure to protect it from damage during construction of the water supply improvements.
NJDEP required Andover Utility Company to make upgrades to meet water regulations; which meant implementing water system improvements. Our firm conducted an analysis of the system and designed an emergency interconnection between their two water systems. The improvements allowed for operation of the entire system in the event of a failure at either of the supply wells. Additional improvements included piping and valve changes to enable isolation, inspection and maintenance of the hydro pneumatic tanks, and to improve the chlorine contact time in the system.