During a routine operations inspection, petroleum vapors and free product were identified in the submersible pump manway of a 4,000-gallon unleaded gasoline underground storage tank (UST). Further investigation revealed a
A catastrophic release of approximately 2,323 gallons of unleaded gasoline occurred from a 6,000-gallon unleaded gasoline underground storage tank (UST). Interim remedial actions consisted of removal of UST and minimal
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
Keystone Consulting Engineers, Inc. prepared the Land Development plans for this high-profile project that included 68,000 square-foot Joint Operations Facility that was delivered via a cooperative partnership between the Cetronia
KCE supplied survey support (pre-survey calculations, plan review, file conversion, benchmark establishment, and field layout of column lines) for horizontal and vertical control at ArtsQuest’s SteelStacks Campus and the Performing Arts Center sites.
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 21st Century Town Square is the hub of the Steel Stacks cultural and arts center in Bethlehem, PA. The square connects the ArtsQuest and PBS 39 buildings with outdoor event venues and the iconic blast furnaces on the former Bethlehem 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.