Storm Water Management, Water, Sanitary Pipe
During the summer of 2015, a new 10 story mixed use building was scheduled to go up along the Johns Hopkins campus. PipeWay’s team understood that excavations would be deep e and large vaults (60’ x 15’x 9’) would be needed to manage the extensive amount of storm water that would flow past the St. Paul Street location. The company provided two water meter vaults next to 33rd St. to tie-in to water main at night as they replaced a section of water main.
They provided 550 feet of 18 inch concrete storm drain pipe with 5 manholes, and built Ductbanks from existing manholes in street to the site. They also installed sanitary service 20 feet deep in the road with utilities crossing the ditch.
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond – Baltimore Data Branch
PipeWay’s team brought their extensive knowledge to provide large underground structures to manage the storm water under the building. Installations included a 48 inch Contech Storm Filter Structure, a 12 inch concrete pipe with Manholes and the installation of Neenah R4999 – CX Trench Drain.