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This project consisted of approximately 2,200 feet of 6” and 8” water main replacement along with 1,400 feet of 8” sewer replacement. Also included with this project were street drainage improvements as well as the installation of ADA sidewalk ramps at 11th Street and Garfield Avenue.
DGR worked with college staff to improve the surface drainage surrounding the East Campus apartments as well as enhancing the Campus Green Space on this project.
The East Campus apartment portion of the project included storm sewer upgrades, pedestrian facilities and enhanced grading around the existing buildings to improve surface water drainage.
One of the college’s goals with this project was to remove parking from the heart of the campus, the Campus Green Space. This was accomplished by reconfiguring the parking, vehicular access points to East Campus and Covenant Hall and by converting the Campus Green
DGR Engineering completed a recent apron expansion and runway rehabilitation project. DGR is currently designing a hangar area taxiway project. DGR previously provided design and construction services for the $3 million development of a new runway and taxiway. DGR has also managed new hangar facilities, drainage projects, pavement rehabilitation, and other related projects for a total cost of improvements at the airport of over $5 million. Current active projects include: new hangar area development, taxiway design, AWOS relocation, and private hangar development.
Brian Meyer was Team Leader and Project Manager for numerous environmental, planning, design and construction projects, including the $1 million drainage and safety area improvements project. The project included coordination with the watershed district, environmental, land acquisition, and staging issues. He worked with the City, agencies and land owners to achieve successful projects. DGR Engineering also completed a fueling system project and electrical system upgrade in 2017.