The principals and staff of Advanced GeoServices have considerable work experience as consultants to municipalities, municipal authorities, and other governmental organizations. We currently represent three Townships and a Regional Sewer Authority. The various principals of Advanced GeoServices have been representing municipal clients since the 1980’s and bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to all of our governmental clients.
Our municipal clients benefit from our extensive project design experience, as well as our focus on project constructability and value engineering. As a result, any projects undertaken for a municipality will be well thought out, cost effective, and minimize construction costs while achieving the client’s goals. In addition, our design and construction background assures comprehensive reviews of proposed subdivisions and land developments. These comprehensive reviews assure compliance with municipal planning and ordinance considerations and assess compliance with State and Federal regulations and good construction practices.
Municipal Engineering Services:
• Stormwater Management
• Land Planning Modules
• Sewage Disposal Permit Applications
• PADEP Part I NPDES Permits PADEP Part II
• PADEP Water Quality Permits
• PADOT Highway Permits
• Erosion and Sedimentation Control Permitting
• PADEP and Corps of Engineers Joint Permit
General Permits for Discharges for Stormwater
• Construction Cost Estimating
• Alternative Cost Analysis
• Construction Monitoring Operations Consulting
For more information, contact:
Daniel T. Wright, P.E.
Mill Lane Pump Station in East Whiteland Township, PA
A large portion of the East Whiteland Township’s sanitary flow is collected and pumped by the Mill Lane Lift Station. The former station contained two 1,400 GPM pumps, but is without redundancy if a pump is offline for maintenance and is over 30 years old. Advanced GeoServices was retained by East Whiteland Township to provide design engineering and construction services to replace the lift station with a new station capable of handling current and future projected sanitary flows.
Uptown Worthington Shopping Center in Malvern, PA
Provided construction oversight services for this large retail complex built on a former industrial site. The municipality requested that Advanced GeoServices provide construction oversight services on their behalf since the project was so large with complicated engineering issues.
Sanitary Sewer Study in Chester County, PA
Prepared a sewer study involving five townships in Chester County, PA for the purpose of identifying the location, capacity, and service area of the existing wastewater treatment plants and pump stations. Determined the location of the areas served by on-lot sewage systems and areas with on-lot sewage disposal problems.
Sanitary Sewage Storage Tank in Radnor, Haverford, and Marple Townships, PA
Due to heavy wet weather sewage flows that also contain stormwater runoff, the Authority’s 36” trunk sewer experiences Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs). A diversion and attenuation system was selected to control this problem. The design consists of a diversion chamber, pumping station, force main and a 1.5 million gallon concrete circular tank with a closed top. When the storm flow condition ends and the trunk sewer flow subsides the sewage in the tank will be drained back into the trunk sewer. The tank interior will be manually washed down with a high pressure jet truck. Advanced GeoServices provided engineering reviews of construction RFIs and developed the O&M strategy for this unique SSO Management System.