The Township of Sparta retained our firm to provide permitting and design services for the rehabilitation of their Highlands Well No. 2. Services included an engineering evaluation of the existing well and recommendations for upgrades, regulatory review and permitting, and the design of facility upgrades.
Our firm was selected to provide construction administration and NACE certified construction observation services for the rehabilitation of a 180,000 gallon ground mounted potable water storage tank with a hemisphere roof. The tank provided flow to a secure area within Picatinny Arsenal and therefore was required to be rehabilitated under an extremely aggressive schedule. We worked closely with AWMS and the contractor to ensure all new OSHA and AWWA standards were fulfilled, identify potential time savings within the confines of the contract and verify the proper coating system application and curing requirements.
Our firm provided planning, design, permitting, bidding, and construction phase services for the upgrade of the existing water system at the County of Sussex – Homestead Facility. The project provided for a new groundwater supply well and construction of a new well house to serve the County’s Homestead Nursing Home facility which has 100 beds.
Our firm provided design, regulatory compliance, bid and construction phase services for improvements to the Air Stripping Tower at their water treatment facility. The stripping tower removes VOCs from the Borough’s groundwater wells which provide water to the entire Borough of Rockaway, as well as parts of Rockaway Township. Improvements included replacement of the packing with higher efficiency material, replacement of the air system, addition of an air filtration system, and piping changes within the building to enhance operations. The project was completed on time and below the project budget.
CP Engineers was retained by the NJ Division of Property Management & 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, including the process water that supports over 700,000 trout, CP 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. The project was completed on time and on budget.
The Authority selected our firm to provide construction administration and NACE certified observation services for the contract to rehabilitate a 3-million-gallon water storage tank. During the construction, we discovered structural deficiencies in the tank. We were retained to design structural repairs and provide construction administration and observation services on a separate structural repair contract.
Our firm provided planning, design, permitting, bidding, and construction phase services for the installation of a state of the art 0.02 MGD water treatment facility which serves the Birch Hill Park residential community. Work also included water storage tank rehabilitation and upgrades. A key component of this treatment facility is to remove uranium from the system’s ground water supply.
The East Orange Water Commission retained our firm to design the installation of an emergency power system to provide back-up power for the entire White Oak Ridge Pump Station. Equipment included a 2MW 5kV outdoor diesel genset in a sound attenuated enclosure with in-base fuel tank & fuel transfer system from an aboveground fuel tank, 5kV automatic transfer switch/pair, 1000kW 5kV load bank, and related switchgear.