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Utilities

Utilities

Oftentimes, underground utilities such as sanitary sewer and potable water systems fall prey to the “out-of-sight, out-of-mind” mantra, and receive very little attention throughout their life-cycle.  At Keystone Consulting Engineers however, we maintain a full department of highly-experienced design professionals and support staff ready to tackle a wide variety of engineering issues in water and sanitary sewer systems.

Our focus is to bring innovative ideas and solutions to the table, helping our clients to serve their customers by providing our clients with cost-effective and reliable utility design and rehabilitation engineering services.  We understand that one of the most important metrics of any public utility service is consumer confidence, and we work hard to support our clients’ pursuit of this confidence by ensuring that our design and rehabilitation projects are sensitive to avoiding disruptions and minimizing downtime.

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FEATURED PROJECTS

St. Lukes Women's and Babies Pavilion

St. Luke’s University Health Network – Women’s and Babies Hospital Expansion

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.

Police Building ADA Access Ramp

Keystone Consulting Engineers, Inc. (KCE) completed the design and construction of a sidewalk area, ADA access/handicap access ramp, retaining wall, water line relocation, and pavement restoration for the Lansford Borough Police Building located in the Borough of Lansford.

Springdale Estates Wastewater Treatment Plant

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.

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