Ephrata Township identified this project primarily to address required pollutant reductions for the Township’s 2018-2025 MS4 Permit. This project proposes to restore the Cocalico Creek by: Installing in-stream structures for streambank stabilization Restoring floodplain and wetland areas Incorporating a three-zone multifunctional riparian buffer Constructing a canoe/kayak launch area, ADA-accessible fishing pier, ADA access, walking trail,…
As part of our Engineer of Record position with Lancaster County, RETTEW was responsible for rehabilitating this historically sensitive iron truss structure to address issues flagged in routine inspection reports. We provided services for roadway and bridge design; performed environmental due diligence; developed erosion and sediment control plans; and provided bid documents, construction administration, and…
Penbrook Borough’s existing 12-inch vitrified clay pipe (VCP) gravity sewer line was constructed in the 1930s and conveyed sewage flow from both Penbrook Borough and Susquehanna Township to the Capital Region Water sanitary sewer collection and conveyance system, a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)-permitted system. Lack of maintenance and known structural inadequacies of the…
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