Civil Engineering – Stormwater Management

Featured Stormwater Management Projects:

Fox Hollow Recharge

Owner: The Pennsylvania State University

PM: Jeffrey Spackman, P.E.
Location: University Park

GC: Stone Valley Construction

Design and permitting for a regional stormwater management facility, utilizing existing natural features the low head weirs provide water quality and volume treatment for development on campus within the Fox Hollow watershed.

Penn State Foods Pond Expansion

Owner: The Pennsylvania State University

PM: Sam Bertolino, P.E.
Location: University Park

GC: R.C. Bowman, Inc.

Design and permitting for the expansion of a regional stormwater management facility. The foods pond expansion was designed to accommodate peak rate control for future development within its watershed.

Other Stormwater Management Projects:

  • Fishing Creek/Cedar Run Stormwater Management Plan Act 167 Study, Clinton County, PA
    Owner: Clinton County Board of Commissioners

SARNI Subsurface Detention System

Owner: The Pennsylvania State University
Location: University Park

CM: Mortenson

Design and permitting for a regional stormwater management facility. The SARNI subsurface detention facility is comprised of a series of connected precast concrete boxes. This facility provides peak rate control for the Pegula Ice Arena along with capacity for future development within its watershed.

Lowes Home Improvement Store Wetland Habitat

Owner: Lowes
Location: State College, PA

Sweetland Engineering successfully negotiated the dual use of land to be set aside for both open space requirements and stormwater management. The result was creating a wetland habitat with integrated walking trails. Along the trails, educational plaques were placed explaining the wetland habitats and their effect on the environment.

Spring Creek Act 167 Study

Owner: Centre County Office of Planning
Location: Centre Region

Sweetland Engineering developed the Act 167 Study of the Spring Creek Watershed. This study was one of the first in the state to provide methods and requirements to improve water quality and quantity. The Study was adopted by the municipalities in the Spring Creek Watershed Area.

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