Two words can strike fear into the hearts of a homeowner, business owner, and municipal staff member: sewage backup. We help our clients understand the strengths and weaknesses of their existing collection system (or understand the components of a new system), plan for the future of their system, and repair and replace sanitary sewage collection components to help keep the words “sewage” and “backup” out of the same sentence.
After initial investigations by the Village of Kettlersville, the County and Sewer District considered providing sewer to the Village. Once the EPA and USDA approved a Preliminary Engineering Report and Construction Plans prepared by Choice One Engineering, the project was bid and constructed. This project consisted of the design of sanitary sewer for 175 residents, and included 4 miles of forcemain, 4,800 feet of sewer pipe, 1,700 feet of laterals, and numerous associated structures. The Village used a combination of an EPA design loan, USDA Rural Development funding, OPWC funds, CDBG grants, and local dollars to fund the project.
Sanitary Sewer Design
Combined Sewer Separation
Fort Recovery, Ohio
Inflow and Infiltration Testing