Oak Orchard WWTP, Lagoon Cleaning and Rehabilitation – Clay, NY
Bryant performed Resident Engineering services for the $5 million rehabilitation project at the Oak Orchard WWTP. The project consisted of the cleaning and rehabilitation of two 40-year-old WWTP lagoons covering seven acres of land at the Onondaga County Department of Water Environment Protection Facility in Clay, NY. This project covered the removal and disposal of nearly 50,000 CY of sludge at a cost of $3.7 million. Bryant provided inspection and on-site engineering for the clay liner evaluation and repair, bank regrading and rip-rap install and a floatables capture system. The project also included access roadways and lagoon maintenance access ramp systems. Other responsibilities included providing inspection reports; verifying materials and installation, tracks quantities, change orders and reviews, payment application approvals, schedules and review testing for all material and system components. Bryant has since teamed with GHD on the plant’s Rehabilitation Feasibility Study, which is scheduled to start soon.