Gosling Czubak designed a new 582,000 GPD extended aeration mechanical/lagoon hybrid process plant to serve the Village of Elk Rapids. The plant was constructed completely within the footprint of the previously existing plant.
Ahead of a potential acquisition, Gosling Czubak completed environmental assessments at 27 existing well sites in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The work determined if there were previous activities that created obvious environmental regulation violations and liability for the purchaser.
Gosling Czubak completed a complex roof survey and roof edge staking for this unique, one-of-a-kind facility at the Headlands International Dark Sky Park in Emmet County.
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Gosling Czubak led a design-build process with the contractor, architect and owner to realize an expanded outdoor patio space with a shade pergola and full seasonal bar. Design elements included a custom, open-air, covered 12-seat tasting bar with utility service, improved site circulation and seating and complementary landscaping.
Gosling Czubak provided engineering, testing and inspection for a 225' tall blend silo at St. Marys Cement. Constructed using a slip form process, this 24-hour operation ran continuously for two weeks. The base of the silo, 106' in diameter, is composed of 1,400 cubic yards of concrete. The total structure placement was in excess of 3,500 cubic yards.
In the infancy of this exciting project in the Village of Bay Harbor, Gosling Czubak performed the geotechnical evaluation of the proposed building site and provided foundation recommendations to deal with the site’s mining history.