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  • Faircrest Lift Station & Sanitary Sewer Extension
    Faircrest Lift Station & Sanitary Sewer Extension
    Wastewater
  • 55th Street NE Storm Sewer and Sidewalk
    55th Street NE Storm Sewer and Sidewalk
    Storm Water, Transportation
  • Water Line Replacements and Interconnection
    Water Line Replacements and Interconnection
    Water
  • Punderson State Park Water Improvements
    Punderson State Park Water Improvements
    Water
  • Gorge Park Sanitary Sewer Replacement
    Gorge Park Sanitary Sewer Replacement
    Wastewater
  • Canton Elevated Water Tank
    Canton Elevated Water Tank
    Water
  • Harrison Bay State Park Sewer System Replacement
    Harrison Bay State Park Sewer System Replacement
    Wastewater
  • Findlay Street Culvert Replacement
    Findlay Street Culvert Replacement
    Storm Water, Transportation
  • Lake of the Woods Pump Station
    Lake of the Woods Pump Station
    Wastewater
  • Carter Lakes Dams Repair & Rehabilitation
    Carter Lakes Dams Repair & Rehabilitation
    Site & Civil, Storm Water
  • Chattanooga Coke Site Remediation
    Chattanooga Coke Site Remediation
    Site & Civil
  • Birchwood Landfill Improvements
    Birchwood Landfill Improvements
    Solid Waste
  • Gangway for Coca-Cola Stage
    Gangway for Coca-Cola Stage
    Structural
  • Pinkerton Park Pedestrian Bridge
    Pinkerton Park Pedestrian Bridge
    Structural, Transportation
  • Morris Estates Drainage
    Morris Estates Drainage
    Storm Water
  • Harrison Bay Campground Upgrade
    Harrison Bay Campground Upgrade
    Site & Civil
Faircrest Lift Station
Faircrest
Faircrest Lift Station & Sanitary Sewer Extension

The purpose of the project is to provide sanitary sewer service the business areas zoned (B-3) and the residentially zoned (R-1c) areas located in the southwest corner of the City of Canton. CTI provided a preliminary design report, design, construction administration services for the Faircrest Street SW Lift Station and Sanitary Sewer Project.

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Wastewater
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55th Street Stormwater and Sidewalk Project
Canton 55th Street
55th Street NE Storm Sewer and Sidewalk

55th Street NE in Canton functions as a regional collector, providing access for thousands of drivers that live in northeastern Canton and the surrounding areas. It is a way to work, a way home, and a way to shopping and dining.

Categories :
Storm Water, Transportation
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Benton, Tenn.
Water Line Replacements and Interconnection

Having a single pump and well, the Town of Benton needed a second source of water. After attempts to construct a second well, the Town deemed it more economically feasible to install an interconnection with a neighboring utility.

Categories :
Water
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PundersonSP
Punderson State Park Water Improvements

A new combined water treatment plant and distribution system was designed to provide water to the entire park after evaluating the option to connect to an existing water distribution system in the area was determined to not be feasible.

Categories :
Water
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Gorge Park River Fording
Gorge Park River Fording
Gorge Park Tree Strikes
Gorge Park Sanitary Sewer Replacement

This mainline trunk sewer is located in Gorge Park which is part of the Summit County Metro Parks in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. The existing trunk sewer ran parallel and adjacent to the Cuyahoga River as it traverses through the steep and rocky ledges of the gorge. The sewer was undersized for its current flows and was subject to frequent surcharging and overflows, especially during wet weather. The existing 24-inch steel pipe aerial sewer was constructed in 1939 with several modifications, repairs and improvements in the interim. Because portions of the original sewer were constructed above grade on piers, it was subject to frequent strikes and main breaks from falling trees followed by large sewer overflows to the river. These overflows could sometimes last for days before the City became aware of the problem and was able to access the remote site with the necessary equipment to repair it.

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Wastewater
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Canton Elevated Water Tank
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Canton Elevated Water Tank

The difficulties associated with this project included providing water to plant processes while the tank was being repaired, minimizing overspray from blasting and coating operations and performing the work with the least amount of interruptions to the operations of the treatment facility.

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Water
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Harrison Bay State Park Sewer System
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Harrison Bay State Park Sewers
P1030756
Harrison Bay State Park
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Harrison Bay State Park Sewer System Replacement

For many years the treatment plant and collection system served Harrison Bay State Park well. However, the plant was not designed to keep up with the increasing flows and loads generated by the camping and day use activities at this popular park.

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Wastewater
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Findlay Street Culvert Replacement
Carey
Carey Streetscape
Carey Streetscape
Findlay Street Culvert Replacement

The Carey Village Improvement Project (Carey VIP) is a streetscape beautification project to provide aesthetic and functional improvements to the roadway and utilities infrastructure in the central downtown corridors, utilizing federal scenic enhancement transportation funding and Ohio Public Works Commission infrastructure replacement funding.

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Storm Water, Transportation
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Lake of the Woods Pump Station
Lake of the Woods Pump Station
Lake of the Woods Pump Station

The existing Lake of the Woods pump station was a 25-year old below ground flooded suction wastewater pumping station. The City desired to have this station replaced with a more modern maintenance-friendly design.

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Wastewater
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Carter Lakes Dam
Carter Dam 1
Carter Dam Spillway
Carter Dam Spillway
Carter Lakes Dams Repair & Rehabilitation

The Carter Lakes dams in Tallmadge, Ohio, had been determined by ODNR to have several deficiencies in safety and overall condition which must be corrected to prevent the development of conditions hazardous to downstream residents and properties.  There are two dams built of earthen embankment, built across the same stream. The Lower dam is approximately 600 feet long and 30 feet high across a valley to create the lakes. The Upper dam is approximately 300 feet long and 15 feet high, providing a mid-lake driveway crossing and dividing the water body into two lakes.

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Site & Civil, Storm Water
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Chattanooga Coke Site
DeNovo 4
Chattanooga Coke Site
DeNovo 1
Chattanooga Coke Site
DeNovo 3
Chattanooga Coke Site
DeNovo 2
Chattanooga Coke Site Remediation

DeNovo was retained by MeadWestvaco (MWV) Corporation to provide environmental design and remediation construction services at the Chattanooga Coke Site, located on a 24-acre site on southside area of Chattanooga. CTI was then engaged by DeNovo to provide consulting services.

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Site & Civil
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Birchwood Landfill
Birchwood Landfill
Birchwood Landfill Improvements

The City of Chattanooga Landfill on Birchwood Pike incorporates multi-layer liners, leachate pumping facilities, a gas collection system, a wheel wash station, and other elements designed to protect the environment in and around the landfill.

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Solid Waste
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Chattanooga Coca-Cola Stage Gangway
Gangway
Gangway for Coca-Cola Stage

During the annual Riverbend Festival, access is needed from the walkway pier structure at Ross’s Landing to the Coca-Cola stage. CTI was retained to engineer a “gangway” for this access.

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Structural
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Pinkerton Park Pedestrian Bridge
Pinkerton
Pinkerton Park Pedestrian Bridge

To allow access from historic/commercial areas west of the Harpeth River to walking/biking trails on the east, the City of Franklin, Tenn., needed a pedestrian bridge.

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Structural, Transportation
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Morris Estates
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Morris Estates
Morris
Morris Estates Drainage

Older portions of this well-established subdivision were constructed without the benefit of a complete storm water system. Runoff into these areas increased as a result of paving and grading in newer parts of the development. In the older areas, the streets served as drainageways, eventually overflowing into yards and homes.

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Storm Water
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Harrison Bay State Park Bathhouse
Harrison Bay
Harrison Bay Campground Upgrade

With no upgrades since 1982, the campgrounds of Chattanooga’s popular state park were overdue for updates.

Categories :
Site & Civil
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