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The University of Dayton’s 1401 S Main office building is the next installment of the revitalization of the former NCR campus, transforming the once-troubled brownfield into an epicenter for innovation and growth. Joining the neighboring Emerson and GE facilities, the building serves as a hub for three community-building organizations in the heart of Dayton’s thriving development centers.
The Delbarton Coal Company required an impoundment design that over its life would hold an estimated 23,359,541 Cubic Yards of Slurry. CBC Engineers & Associates, Ltd. submitted an impoundment design that would be built in 7 stages (including the starter dam) over the estimated impoundment life of 26 years. This design required staged construction to […]
This Case Study presents the design of additional stages for Betsie Branch Refuse Disposal facility owned by Nally & Hamilton located in Bell County, Kentucky. The site can be found on the Balkan and Varilla, USGS quadrangle maps. It is at 36º 45′ – 23.2″ North latitude and 83º 33′ – 11.6″ West longitude. The […]
Authorization to proceed with the evaluation of the Chief Logan dam was given in a letter from Dr. Eli Laidley McCoy, Director, WV Division of Environmental Protection, dated January 29, 1997. At the time the Chief Logan embankment was zoned a dam consisting of a central clay core with upstream and downstream miscellaneous soil and […]
Woeber’s Mustard, located in Springfield, Ohio, has been in business since 1905. It recently added a 64,000-square foot distribution center at the intersection of Urbana and Moorefield Roads. CBC Engineers and Associates, Ltd. was selected by the Woeber Family to conduct the Geotechnical Engineering Investigation for their new state of art manufacturing facility. The proposed […]
CBC Engineers & Associates, Ltd. was involved in a major expansion of facilities at The University of Dayton in the mid 2000’s. This expansion included a new baseball field, softball field and football practice field. It also included a Residence Hall, a Courtyard by Marriott and the expansion of The UD Arena where basketball is […]
A proposed single-family housing development was being considered in 2002 which had Interstate 675 as its northern most boundary to the property being considered. The developer of the project was concerned about the noise levels that Interstate 675 would pose on his new development and the owners of the new homes that be built. For […]
It seemed like a normal removal & closure of a “Leachfield” and Septic Tank followed by a site restoration at the Air National Guard Station location in Blue Ash (Hamilton County), Ohio. This work was proposed to be performed by CBC Engineers & Associates, Ltd. in August of 2004. The work was to be performed […]
CBC Engineers & Associates, Ltd. was asked to assist the Huber Heights City Schools Board of Education with examining the construction site of their new Elementary School. The school location was to be on the former Standpipe Park Property in Huber Heights, Miami County, Ohio. During preliminary construction activities on the site, a landfill area […]
Stevenson Environmental Services hired CBC Engineers & Associates, Inc. to aid in the repair, replacement and restoration of this historic stone arch. CBC supplied a horse-shoe arch shaped structure to reline the remaining stone arch built in the early 1900’s. CBC then matched this horse-shoe structure shape using Aluminum Structural Plate for the open cut […]
As part of Montana Department of Transportation’s (MDOT’s) comprehensive Culvert / Bridge Inspection Program, CBC Engineers & Associates, Ltd. was asked to to inspect, evaluate and provide remedial action in required for some 30 Buried Flexible Culvert / Bridge locations that have been on the MDOT’s watch list for several years. CBC was originally engaged […]
In late summer of 2009, CBC Engineers & Associates, Ltd. received a phone call from New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT), Region 6. NYSDOT trying to be proactive in the requests of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), were in process of putting a culvert inspection program together similar to the already well established National […]
University of Wisconsin Parkside Kenosha, WI. The University of Wisconsin Parkside was required to remove 40% of the annual total suspended solids load from its campus’s stormwater runoff. The ponds were designed to also act as an irrigation source for the adjoin athletic fields. The twin cell design allowed for 10-year and greater storm flows […]
Grafton, WI This facility was designed and built to meet the Village’s NPDES permit requirements in reducing total suspended solids. The Village obtain state grant funding to design and construct the facility. The design of the pond reduced the annual total suspended solid loads from the highly industrialized watershed by over 40%. The pond was […]
Sherwin Industries Milwaukee, WI Sherwin Industries was required to control stormwater runoff from their parking area. The solution included a new storm water control pond and a new pipe connection to the City of Milwaukee’s storm sewer. The project challenges included fiber optic cables, gas mains and high traffic volumes.