Various Locations Strate Wide
Haw River State Park
Summit, North Carolina
GFBA was engaged by the N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation to design improvements at the park which would allow the removal of an old treatment plant that discharged directly to the Haw River. The replacement would be a 7,600 gallon per day septic system. Included in the new design were 12,000 gallon, precast concrete septic and pump tanks, five 88-gallon per minute pumps, and 3-inch force mains to a conventional pipe and gravel drain field system. In addition to eliminating the direct discharge to the river, the project will reduce electrical costs by 90% on peak days of the year. Further savings will be realized due to the ability of the park staff to operate the new system, eliminating the need for contract operators.
North Carolina State University Campus
Raleigh, North Carolina
Dan Allen Drive Milling and Resurfacing
The project included design and project administration for asphalt milling and resurfacing of Dan Allen Drive between Hillsborough Street and Western Boulevard. Plans included traffic control. As part of the project, additional grading was included to restore the original super-elevation of the street cross-section just north of Rocky Branch to redirect runoff to existing curb inlets, thereby improving street drainage.
GFBA provided following services to NC State University campus as well:
Facilities Operations Surveying
Golf Course Facilities Preliminary Study
Greenhouse Site Improvements
Brickyard Accessibility Study
Doak Field Repairs & Site Improvements
Jordan Hall Parking Additions