Storm Water

Carter Dam Spillway

Unpredictable weather can lead to storms that can drop several inches of precipitation on an area over a very short time. Unchecked, stormwater can create flooding and erosion problems, while also overwhelming existing treatment facilities with a sudden influx of water. CTI's team of engineers has decades of experience solving stormwater problems, from the construction and maintenance of dams and stormwater sewers to storage facilities capable of handling the most devastating weather events.

Storm Water Services

  • Drainage
  • Detention Ponds/Basins
  • Water Quality Controls
  • FEMA LOMR and No-Rise Certifications
  • HEC Modeling
  • Morris Estates Drainage
    Morris Estates Drainage
    Storm Water
  • Carter Lakes Dams Repair & Rehabilitation
    Carter Lakes Dams Repair & Rehabilitation
    Site & Civil, Storm Water
  • Findlay Street Culvert Replacement
    Findlay Street Culvert Replacement
    Storm Water, Transportation
  • 55th Street NE Storm Sewer and Sidewalk
    55th Street NE Storm Sewer and Sidewalk
    Storm Water, Transportation
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.

Categories :
Storm Water
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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.

Categories :
Site & Civil, Storm Water
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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.

Categories :
Storm Water, Transportation
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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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