The Bayer Becker team were responsible for the survey and design of new ductile iron pipe distribution water main to replace existing cast iron distribution water main at Cox St, Dawson St, E. Main St, Fox Dr, and Kohl St. The distribution system for this project was actually in the City of Mason, Ohio in an area served by the Greater Cincinnati Water Works. Coordination and planning with both entities was a requirement. This was a difficult project and Bayer Becker completed a comprehensive and seamless design accommodating narrow residential streets, water main work on US-Route 42 and many conflicting utilities.
This project required surveying and designing 3,259 linear feet of new ductile iron pipe distribution water main to replace the existing cast iron distribution water main. Bayer Becker was challenged with the alignments of the existing gas and water mains throughout the entire project, while maintaining a minimum ten foot horizontal separation from the sanitary sewer. The new main design alignment was fit into a very tight corridor between all the existing utilities. The exisiting 4” water main was upgraded to an 8” water main in the subdivision and replaced the existing 12” main on US-42.
Our team used GCWW’s template for the project, which holds very stringent requirements for how the finished plan should look. Through creative design and flexibility, Bayer Becker was able to meet all of GCWW’s requirements and expectations.