International Salt Bulk Storage Facility

Falls Township, Pennsylvania

Ingalls & Associates provided the following survey and engineering services for the replacement of the Lake Champlain Bridge, which connects New York and Vermont.  The bridge, which conveys New York State Route 185 over Lake Champlain, was demolished by New York State Department of Transportation in December of 2009 due to unsafe conditions.  
  • Boundary and topographic survey & establishment of base mapping
  • Comprehensive site plan design of asphalt storage pads and access roads
  • Grading design
  • Drainage analysis & design of stormwater management systems
  • Preparation of a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
  • Preparation of erosion and sediment control plans
  • Preparation of all materials necessary to obtain municipal approvals including zoning analysis & compliance and site plan approval
  • Detailed analysis of a salt-tolerant planting schedule suitable for stormwater management areas
  • Coordination with Bucks County Conservation District, Delaware River Basin Commission, and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
  • Development of a plan for dewatering of the existing stormwater management system prior to construction, including a complex water treatment system comprised of a frac tank, sand filter, and metered discharge rate
  • Detailed analysis of salinity impacts to the Delaware River
  • Construction monitoring
  • Construction survey layout
  • SWPPP inspections