KCE has been working on the planning and permitting of various parts of Grange Road Park in Upper Macungie Township since its inception. Most recently KCE completed the permitting and design for the park's splash park, which included coordinating the grant funding to bring the project to life.
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.
Keystone Consulting Engineers built a Story Map on ESRI's GIS platform for Upper Macungie Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. This story map is an interactive map that assists UMT with it's MS4 objectives.
KCE has provided park planning, design and construction management for many parks and recreation facilities, including trail systems and both passive and active recreation parks. One such park under development is the Grange Road Park in Upper Macungie Township (Lehigh County, PA).
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.
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.
Springdale Estates is a planned residential community in Mahoning Township, Carbon County. The existing wastewater treatment plant is over 25 years old. The treatment capacity of 12,600 gallons per day is inadequate for the proposed development and the existing wet weather infiltration and inflow in the sewage collection system.