National Pike Water Authority Water Storage Tanks
Years after completion of the three original water storage tanks for the National Pike Water Authority, McMillen ENgineering, Inc, received a call that a fourth storage unit was needed. MEI served as the municipal engineer on the project to initiate and implement a solution for the Authority. For more MEI projects visit: https://www.mcmilleng.com/featured-projects Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/McMillenEngineeringInc/ Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mcmillen-engineering-inc/?viewAsMember=true
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About McMillen Engineering, Inc.
McMillen Engineering, Inc. has been providing engineering and land development services since 1977. Over the years, our service offerings have expanded to include land surveying, building projects, municipal and county planning and development and more. Learn more about our services, the types of projects that we have completed and how to get in touch at https://www.mcmilleng.com/services. McMillen Engineering, Inc. on Facebook http://bit.ly/2s8Hspn McMillen Engineering, Inc. on LinkedIn http://bit.ly/36Dn2nj
Fayette Springs Road Culvert Repair
Wharton Township's project was a major culvert replacement with a span of about 18 feet on the Fayette Springs Road. Fayette Springs extends south from the National Pike and crosses Big Sandy Creek, which is designated as a high quality cold water fishery (HQ CWF). The existing culvert was undersized and often flooded in heavy rain events. The flooding of this roadway would result in a public safety issue requiring the roadway to be closed to the public. The Township supervisors wanted to make sure the ultimate repair for Fayette Springs Road would help preserve the native brook trout population and comply with current DEP requirements for high quality cold water fisheries, while also ensuring the health and safety of their residents. McMillen Engineering, Inc. proposed the use of a Contech Aluminum Box Culvert with an open bottom utilizing an Express Foundation system. The aluminum culvert and express foundation system saved money, but equally important minimized the time that the road was closed. There has been wide spread flooding issues throughout all of Fayette County; however, this once flood prone area weathered the storms without incident. Wharton Township now has a structure that has improved the health and safety of the residents while allowing native brook trout to migrate north towards the headwaters of Big Sandy Creek helping to preserve the native brook trout for generations to come.