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Projects


Wellfield Improvements - Boonton


Denbrook Interceptor - Randolph Twp


Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation - Glen Ridge Borough


Special Project Engineer - Hackettstown MUA


Green Street Water Tank - Boonton


Wellfield Tank Replacement - Boonton




WATER/WASTEWATER PROJECTS

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WELLFIELD IMPROVEMENTS

CLIENT: Town of Boonton
DATES OF SERVICES: 2003

DESCRIPTION: The Town of Boonton derives two-thirds of its water supply from a well field along the Rockaway River, containing five production wells.  Three of these five wells have undergone significant improvement projects in the past years, all designed by SCE.  Well 1, constructed in 1938, originally produced 250 gallons per minute; however its supply capacity had significantly fallen to below 50 gallons per minute. SCE, with assistance from hydrogeologists from Vincent Uhl Associates, developed a replacement well exploration and test well program.















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DENBROOK INTERCEPTOR

CLIENT: Township of Randolph
DATES OF SERVICES: 2003

DESCRIPTION: SCE prepared design plans and specs for the Den Brook wastewater pump station and force main, and on behalf of the Township of Randolph prepared and submitted an application for funding through the NJDEP under the New Jersey Environmental Trust and obtained a $1,600,000 low-interest loan for full funding of the project.  In addition, Suburban Consulting Engineers, Inc. prepared, submitted and successfully obtained the approval for the diversion of open space from the New Jersey Statehouse Commission for this project. Project funded through the NJEIT, with several NJDEEP and State House Commission approvals required.  Construction completed in 2003.
















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SANITARY SEWER REHABILITATION

CLIENT: Borough of Glen Ridge
DATES OF SERVICES: 2011 - 2013

DESCRIPTION: As the Borough of Glen Ridge's newly appointed Utility Engineer, SCE assists the Borough in working cooperatively with the Township Water Bureau & Sewer Authority, with whom the Borough has an inter-municipal arrangement which includes a shared services agreement regarding both water and sewer utilities. SCE provided the Borough with utility engineering services related to NJEIT submissions for water system improvements, sewer rehabilitation projects and water meter replacements. The scope of the sanitary sewer rehabilitation project includes the cured-in-place lining of over 1,800 LF of sanitary sewer and the rehabilitation of 31 manholes.
















Special Project Engineer
SPECIAL PROJECT ENGINEER

CLIENT: Hackettstown Municipal Utilities Authority (HMUA)
DATES OF SERVICES: 2006 - 2011

DESCRIPTION: SCE provides construction administration and inspection services on various projects contracted by the Hackettstown Municipal Utilities Authority (HMUA).  Such projects have consisted of roof reconstruction at water and wastewater facility buildings; rehabilitation of existing 410,000 gallon primary and secondary anaerobic digester tanks including surface preparation and painting of steel cover, gas burning control system; and HMUA maintenance and operations facility improvements.













GREEN STREET WATER TANK

CLIENT: Town of Boonton
DATES OF SERVICES: 2011 - 2014

DESCRIPTION: The Town of Boonton utilizes 2 tanks located at the Green Street Tank facility to assist in maintaining the necessary storage volume and systems pressures for the Low Service Area of the Town. The smaller half million gallon tank was replaced in 2008 with the design assistance and construction oversight by SCE. In 2011, SCE began the analysis and design for the proper replacement of the larger 1 MG water storage tank.  Since this tank provides a significant storage volume for the distribution system...











WELLFIELD TANK REPLACEMENT

CLIENT: Town of Boonton
DATES OF SERVICES: 2009 - 2013

DESCRIPTION: The Town of Boonton derives two-thirds of its water supply from a well field along the Rockaway River, containing five production wells.  The water from these wells is treated at the onsite plant and stored in a 1 MG steel water storage tank located within the 100 year flood zone and a portion of the total height of the tank provided storage provided no useful head pressure to the water distribution system. Following investigation of the tank, it was determined that a new tank was needed and that the tank would need to be relocated as to avoid the previously identified issues.



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