Soil and groundwater were impacted by petroleum contaminants due to a subsurface release from a gasoline underground storage tank (UST) system in 1988. Light non-aqueous phase liquid (LNAPL) was present
Soil and groundwater were impacted by volatile organic compounds (VOCs) including chlorinated solvents and petroleum compounds, semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs), and heavy metals. The property was a steel mill from
Keystone Consulting Engineers, Inc. (KCE) designed the water main replacement project for Maxatawny Township Municipal Authority in 2020. The project was sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture, with funding through a Rural Utilities Service (RUS) program, and included the replacement of over 9,000 feet of existing two and three inch plastic, galvanized steel, and cast iron main line with new eight inch coated ductile iron, C900 PVC and HDPE main line, along with fire hydrants, valves, water services, and appurtenances.
As the Site Engineers of Record for St. Luke’s University Health Network's Anderson Campus in Bethlehem Township, KCE prepared the Land Development plans and secured all required governmental approvals for the most recent expansion project on the Campus. This project consisted of a 175,000 square-foot Women’s and Babies Hospital Expansion that provides 98 new beds for patient care.
Keystone Consulting Engineers, Inc. (KCE) developed grading, erosion and sediment control and post construction stormwater management plans for this first-in-the-Lehigh Valley pilot project to convert an existing conventional detention basin into a naturalized detention basin on an approximately eight (8) acre site.
KCE completed the design, permitting and construction of several upgrades to the Palmerton public water supply to bring the entire water system into compliance with the new DEP 4-LOG Treatment Requirements. The project also included the installation of several sections of water main, along with the replacement of several pipe sections within the existing water system reservoir.
Keystone Consulting Engineers, Inc. (KCE) provided comprehensive land development services to design and obtain requisite permits for a new dormitory at Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA. The new facility occupies an environmentally sensitive site adjacent to the Monocacy Creek, much of it in the floodplain.
KCE was contracted by the Bethlehem Steel Corporation to provide comprehensive civil engineering services for the initial master redevelopment planning and installation of road and utility infrastructure as part of the original BethWorks redevelopment project on the former steelmaking site in South Bethlehem. KCE had over thirty years of experience working on the steel site.
The new St. Luke’s University Health Network Anderson Campus is located on 500 acres near the Lehigh River at the intersection of Rt. 33 and Freemansburg Avenue in Bethlehem Township. Building on its 30+ year relationship with St. Luke’s.