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The installation of 9300 feet of new 14” HDPE water main along East River in Grosse Ile, MI. The project won the 2016 APWA Project of the Year 2016 (Downriver Branch). The new water main was installed using the directional-drilling process with little disruption.
$6 million water main infrastructure improvements and pavement replacement throughout the City of Riverview, MI.
A local road millage was proposed and passed during 2015 for the City of Allen Park. The funding for this project collected by the millage was designated for construction of these four (4) streets within four different zones in the City. Once the four streets were proposed, City Council approved design and construction for the 2016 season.
The City of Allen Park replaced over 3700 feet of existing 6” ductile iron water main, and replaced with fused 8” HDPE.
The City of Allen Park designated the land a Brownfield site in December of 2002. Ford Motor Land and the City of Allen Park collaborated to form the Brownfield Authority. The project, a $150 million retail power complex, is the largest landfill redevelopment in Michigan and has received five engineering awards to date and is currently in the third and final phase of construction.
Fairlane Green has set the standard for environmentally and socially responsible developments, Fairlane Green is the first multi-tenant retail project to receive gold level LEED-CS certification by the US Green Building Council. Nearly two-thirds of the 243-acre site remains natural, open space including a 43-acre park and 3.5 miles of trails.
$44 million retail development built over the past location of the Detroit Veterans Hospital. The site is a 35-acre development including road improvements and shell construction of 165,000 square feet of retail space.
This project is designed to reduce Allen Park’s wet weather flow to the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department's sewer system and reduce bypass pumping to the Ecorse Creek. The project also limits the risk of basement flooding by providing temporary storage during wet weather events and eliminating hydraulic bottlenecks in the existing sewer system. The project consisted of 3,045 LFT of 96” diameter tunnel sewer in primary and secondary lining, 790 LFT of 96” and 60” diameter sewer in open cut, and approximately 700 LFT of 24” diameter sewer (conventional pipe jacking) beneath I-94.