Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Water and wastewater infrastructure projects require a unique skill set. These projects often have complex processes and must be completed based on limited information on the existing conditions. Furthermore, whether the project is for a private or public client funding for this infrastructure is always limited. Consequently, it is imperative that rigorous capital improvement planning be performed and innovative delivery methods implemented in order to maximize the return on investment. D’Huy Engineering Inc. (DEI) has a team of experienced engineers and construction managers that have decades of experience with water and wastewater capital projects varying from intricate process improvements to recurring or preventive maintenance programs. This experience allows us to act as an effective conduit of information and communication between the Owner and Contractor. By operating as an extension of our client’s staff, we are able to maximize the number of projects that can be delivered for the dollars spent.

Selected Projects

The City of Bethlehem has embarked on a long range capital plan to upgrade failing components at its wastewater plant by expanding the plant to provide capacity due to regional development and to address long standing Combined Sewer Overflow/Sanit

D’Huy Engineering is provided construction oversight services to the Easton Area Joint Sewer Authority during the refurbishment of two of its anaerobic digesters

For the past decade, D’Huy Engineering, Inc. has been providing evaluations, assessments, design, bidding and construction phase engineering services for the Lehigh County Authority in support of its ongoing capital improvement program.

ARCADIS selected D’Huy Engineering in July 2009 to assist in completing the design and construction of a new 4MG equalization basin and related pump station odor control, mixing, and controls components.
The City of Philadelphia Water Department commissioned the design of a new 10 million gallon Clear Water Basin (CWB) to replace the existing CWB at the Samuel S. Baxter Water Treatment plant
The Township of Upper Dublin was long awaiting a way to correct flooding that would help stabilize property values within the township as well as the 500 acre area surrounding the Fort Washington office park, which employs 14,500 people.