Our Work

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 FLOW MONITORING - EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT   Flow and rainfall monitoring was performed over a period of approximately one month at 55 open-channel flow monitoring sites and five rain gauge locations. The purpose of this study was to measure sanitary sewer flows at the flow monitoring sites, estimate sewer capacity and conduct analyses pertaining to infiltration and inflow (I/I) occurring in the basins upstream from the flow monitoring sites. The final report also included recommendations regarding examination of reduction needs to determine a future I/I reduction program.   

FLOW MONITORING - EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT 

Flow and rainfall monitoring was performed over a period of approximately one month at 55 open-channel flow monitoring sites and five rain gauge locations. The purpose of this study was to measure sanitary sewer flows at the flow monitoring sites, estimate sewer capacity and conduct analyses pertaining to infiltration and inflow (I/I) occurring in the basins upstream from the flow monitoring sites. The final report also included recommendations regarding examination of reduction needs to determine a future I/I reduction program.

 

 CORROSION ENGINEERING  V&A Consulting Engineers was retained by Stantec to provide corrosion engineering services for the United States Army Corps of Engineers’ Permanent Canal Closures & Pump Stations Project located in New Orleans, Louisiana. The project included the design and construction of three pump stations intended to discharge water from the city into Lake Pontchartrain in the event of flooding. A steel bulkhead structure was installed at each pump station to convey water from existing canals to the pump stations; the bulkhead structures consisted of multiple face and drag sheet piles driven to a depth of approximately 80-feet.

CORROSION ENGINEERING

V&A Consulting Engineers was retained by Stantec to provide corrosion engineering services for the United States Army Corps of Engineers’ Permanent Canal Closures & Pump Stations Project located in New Orleans, Louisiana. The project included the design and construction of three pump stations intended to discharge water from the city into Lake Pontchartrain in the event of flooding. A steel bulkhead structure was installed at each pump station to convey water from existing canals to the pump stations; the bulkhead structures consisted of multiple face and drag sheet piles driven to a depth of approximately 80-feet.