AEG served as the Prime Consultant and provided services in numerous states under this federal contract
- Owner: USACE Philadelphia District
- Location: Various Locations
About this Project
Work Orders under this contract included:
Livingston Manor– AEG assisted the Philadelphia District of the USACE and the New York Department of Environmental Conservation (NYDEC) in preparing the Livingston Manor Feasibility Study to recommend potential flood risk management solutions. The proposed flood protection project involves the restoration of the Little Beaver Kill (LBK), near the airport and high school fields, and widening the LBK floodplain below the Main Street Bridge. AEG provided geotechnical, survey, and water resource-related services.
Tobyhanna Army Depot– AEG assisted Tobyhanna Army Depot in meeting the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP) and Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) permit requirements due to surface contamination of some of their existing water supply wells. AEG was tasked to complete field investigations, produce design and construction documents, and achieve regulatory compliance to develop four replacement water supply wells, pump houses, and water supply and treatment systems and infrastructure.
Disposal Spoil Disposal Monitoring– AEG assisted the Philadelphia District of the USACE in performing four reading sets annually of inclinometers and piezometers at seven dredged material disposal areas (DA) along the Delaware River, two DAs at Wilmington Harbor, eight DAs along the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. Additionally, data will be collected at three small slide zones at the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal and the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Sludge Application Sites. There were 21 inclinometers and 165 piezometers/ monitoring wells at these sites data was collected during four collection periods throughout the year (one each quarter).