Meyers Street Water and Sewer System Expansion

Safe Drinking Water Improvements

Tillinghast Avenue Water System Rehabilitation

Forever Wild Water Tank

Schodack Island State Park Water System Improvements

Village of Stillwater Water Connectivity

Water Plant Improvements

Meyers Street Water and Sewer System Expansion

Ticonderoga, NY

Chazen provided design, permitting, and construction support for the installation of new water and sewer facilities for the newly formed Sanitary Sewer District No. 5, Extension No. 4 and Water District No. 6, Extension No. 3. The project included 16 parcels which were serviced by individual wells/septic systems or substandard municipal utility connections. The project involved design and construction of approximately 1,300 feet of water main and 1,200 feet of sanitary sewer main including hydrants, manholes, valves and laterals to private property. The project also required the reconstruction of the roadways affected by utility installation. This project received nearly $600,000 via a Community Development Block Grant from the NYS Office of Community Renewal.

 

Safe Drinking Water Improvements

Village of Fort Edward & Washington County, NY

Chazen provided design, permitting and construction support for the replacement of approximately 4,235 linear feet of water facilities within the Culver, Factory, McIntyre, Wing, Taylor, Lock, and Canal Streets area. In addition, Chazen provided the same services for Washington County Sewer District #2 for the separation of 1.650 linear feet of combined sewer system in the same area. This project required the complete reconstruction of many of the roads affected by the project. The Village’s portion of the project received nearly $1.2M via a Community Development Block Grant from the NYS Office of Community Renewal.

 

Tillinghast Avenue Water System Rehabilitation

Menands, NY

Chazen provided bidding and construction services for replacement of approximately 1,200 feet of water main along with new water services to approximately 30 homes fronting a traditional village street. This project was funded by the NYS Office of Community Renewal.

 

Forever Wild Water Tank

Jay, NY

Chazen assisted the Forever Wild Water Company (FWWC) evaluating its finished water storage tank. The tank was constructed in the early 1960s and was in a state of disrepair. Chazen performed an alternatives analysis for the replacement of the tank. Chazen also assisted with permits and approvals from the NYS Department of Public Service and Adirondack Park Agency. Chazen designed the replacement tank chosen by FWWC. In addition to the tank design, Chazen provided design services associated with a monitoring and control system for the FWWC’s remote well and pump station sites.

Schodack Island State Park Water System Improvements

Schodack Landing, NY

NYSOPRHP engaged Chazen to complete modifications to the Schodack Island State Park’s water treatment plant to meet the additional water demand of new campground facilities. Chazen designed a redundant water supply well in addition to the water and sanitary sewer facilities for the new campground. Modifications to the water treatment plant included the addition of second bag filter train, modification of the chlorine injection location, replacement of the booster pumps and inclusion of a new hydropneumatic tank.

Village of Stillwater Water Connectivity

Stillwater, NY

Chazen was retained to evaluate connection to the Saratoga County Water Authority (SCWA) water system for the Village of Stillwater. Based on a preliminary designed engineering report, Chazen made funding applications to state and federal agencies. The project included over eight miles of 12-inch water main connecting the Village water system to the SCWA system. Improvements included chemical feeds, altitude valves, and tank fill piping modifications at the Village’s two water tanks. On behalf of the Village, Chazen was successful in securing a $2M grant from the USDA as well as a $4M, 0% short term hardship loan. Chazen provided grant and loan administration services with each funding agency as well as construction administration and inspection services.

 

 

Water Plant Improvements

South Glens Falls, NY

Chazen was retained by the Village to evaluate a series of 20 groundwater spring boxes and to provide treatment for drinking water deemed to be Groundwater Under the Direct Influence of Surface Water. After considering several alternatives, the Village decided to expand its existing water treatment plant to use cartridge filtration and to continue to use chlorination as a disinfectant. The treatment plant expansion designed by Chazen provides for roughing filters, a five-micron filter series and a one-micron absolute finishing filter prior to disinfection and pumping to a 1.0MG storage tank.