The Town of Wawayanda Water and Sewer District #1 was formed, designed, and permitted for 200,000 gallons per day using water purchased by Inter-municipal Agreement from the City of Middletown.
The project consisted of over 10,000 linear feet of sewer and water piping ranging from 6 to 18 inches in diameter along with a wastewater pumping station. This visionary project made current development along the key corridor possible (auto retail, warehouse, affordable housing, hotels, 650 MW power plant).
Tectonic provided survey, subsurface investigation, engineering design (including conceptual design development, preparation of design plans, reports, specifications, cost estimates, bid documents), and regulatory permitting with NYSDEC, NYSDOT and Orange County Department of Health.
Tectonic also provided construction phase support services which included resident inspection of trench excavation, sheeting, placement of all piping and manhole structures, directional drilling, pressure testing/disinfection, and restoration.
The project included thirteen crossings beneath busy NYS Routes 6 and 17M using horizontal directional drilling techniques, benefiting from Geotechnical services including detailed test borings along the sewer and water line alignments.