Columbus Road Emergency Pump Station Engineering
Accelerated Pump Station Design Services
In February, 2006 a portion of Riverbed Street, on the west bank of the Cuyahoga River, failed due to movement of the adjacent riverbank slope. The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD) immediately engaged NTH Consultants to investigate the sewer and design a temporary support system. During construction of the support system, a second portion of the same sewer was threatened at a point further upstream, also by a slope failure.
Due to the on-going failures, NEORSD requested NTH Consultants begin an accelerated design for a 7 MGD Emergency Pump Station, called the Columbus Road Emergency Pump Station (CREPS).
Scope of Work
NTH Consultants immediately assembled a highly qualified team of consultants, including Tucker Young Jackson Tull, Inc. and MWH Americas, to assist in the design.
The design project included the following scope:
The NTH Consultants Team completed the full design and submitted it to NEORSD in October, 2008. Throughout the process, NTH Consultants served as Project Manager and Prime Consultant to NEORSD.