Location: Coventry Glen Residential Development, Pennsylvania Summary: Brickhouse Environmental designed, permitted and supervised the construction of stormwater drainage improvements throughout a 380-unit residential development in East Coventry Township. The drainage improvements were implemented to resolve ponding water and poor drainage in common areas and rear areas of residential units.
Location: St. Davids Golf Club, Pennsylvania Summary: Brickhouse Environmental designed and permitted the construction of two adjacent irrigation ponds totaling 2.5 million gallons of capacity. The ponds are utilized for the temporary storage of pumped groundwater prior to irrigation of the St. David’s Golf Course. Based on confirmatory borings, it was necessary to line these ponds to prevent loss of water through […]
Location: West Chester, Pennsylvania Summary: Brickhouse Environmental prepared an expert report in support of a residential homeowner who experienced ongoing flooding of their property and basement due to the failure of the builder to adhere to approved development plans, building code, and professional standards. Designed, permitted and supervised a remedial stormwater drainage design to properly manage upslope stormwater runoff and […]
Location: Phoenixville, Pennsylvania Summary: Brickhouse Environmental performed expert testimony in the Chester County Court of Common Pleas and prepared an expert rebuttal report in support of a Homeowners Association regarding litigation over a farm pond wall impounding stormwater runoff. Performed periodic inspections of farm pond wall and community stormwater management structures.
Location: Binghamton, NY Summary: Due to the detection of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in a number of drinking water supplies across New York State, the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has initiated a Statewide evaluation of remediation sites to better understand the extent that PFAS and 1,4-dioxane are present in groundwater across the State. These contaminants have […]
Location: Chester County, PA Summary: Brickhouse Environmental provided hydrogeologic and engineering services to a Golf Club to develop an onsite water source for their irrigation needs. Work including citing the well, drilling the well, hydrogeologic testing, applying for and receiving a Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) Water Withdrawal Permit, and designing an irrigation water storage lagoon. Brickhouse Environmental was able to perform the necessary testing to identify an acceptable water withdrawal rate and storage system that 1) satisfied the needs of the Golf Club, 2) was protective of the adjacent stream and existing groundwater users, and 3) satisfied the DRBC’s requirements for issuance of a Water Withdrawal Permit within the Groundwater Protection Area.