Water Resource Projects
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Audubon Water Company, Audubon, Pennsylvania
Expansion study to determine booster pump and storage tank sizes required to service an additional 450 customers,
including distribution mains, storage tanks, booster pump stations and pressure reducing valves. Recommended
system improvements were identified and evaluated using the KYPIPE model.
Hatboro Borough Authority, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Prepared demolition and closure plans for abandonment of four (4) public water supply wells in accordance
with AWWA standard A100. The Hatboro Borough Authority had sold the water distribution system to Philadelphia
Suburban Water Company, and the wells were no longer in service. Two of the wells had TCE contamination.
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Environmental Resources
Participated in the development of a Comprehensive Drinking Water Facilities Plan for the Division of Water
Supplies, Bureau of Community Environmental Control, to evaluate Pennsylvania's community water system infrastructure
adequacy and ability to comply with proposed regulations.
Borough of Ambler Water Department, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Assisted with preparation of emergency action plan for earthfill dam in residential area. The impoundment
provided water supply for approximately half of the service area via adjacent groundwater wells.
Coventry Terrace Mobile Home Park, Coventry Township, Pennsylvania
Prepared permit applications and design documents for upgrades to existing groundwater system serving a 127
home community. System improvements included chlorination equipment, hydropneumatic tanks, chemical addition
equipment, and an emergency generator. Connecting the air system for the hydropneumatic tanks and two of the
four existing wells to the emergency generator facilitated PADEP approving a 6 hour storage volume instead of
the standard 24 hour storage volume.
Camp Green Lane, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Provided consultation for eliminating extensive leakage through existing dam which was causing considerable
lowering of normal pool elevation during summer months. The existing dam was actually a combination of several
dams built over the past 100+ years.