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Engineering - Potable
Challenges of Small Site Construction: Access Limitations, Earth Retention Systems, and Other Site Specific Issues
The sprawl of suburban development, requirements to update and expand existing water systems, and the desire to make use of all available land has made construction on smaller sites more common. Once conventional only in urban areas, the use of tiebacks and earth retention systems are being used in suburban and rural areas where existing development impedes on the construction site's boundary. A project completed recently in the Village of Orland Park, a southwestern suburb of Chicago, is a prime example of the constraints a small construction site places on a project. The project included the construction of a buried, concrete reservoir that would connect to existing reservoirs and a pump station. The site's location in the center of a residential subdivision and boundary with an elementary school presented issues associated with restricted access, the requirement of an earth retention system, and extensive communication between the Village of Orland Park, the contractor, and the engineer.
Ray David - Greeley and Hansen
Mr. David has more than 3 years of experience in the industry. He is a project engineer of Greeley and Hansen, a leading environmental consulting engineering firm dedicated to the water and wastewater industry.
Mr. David joined Greeley and Hansen in 2008 and has been involved in the design of water and wastewater treatment projects. Mr. David was the Resident Engineer for the Orland Park East Reservoir Addition Project.
He is a member of the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and has been actively involved in numerous WEF and Young Professional activities.
Mr. David received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Purdue University – West Lafayette, Indiana.
Roger Linde - Greeley and Hansen
Mr. Roger Linde has more than 36 years of experience in the industry. He is an associate of Greeley and Hansen, a leading environmental consulting engineering firm dedicated to the water and wastewater industry. Mr. Linde joined Greeley and Hansen in 1975 and has been involved in numerous water and wastewater treatment projects, primarily related to construction services and construction management. Mr. Linde was involved in the construction project for the first of the three projects at the Orland Park Pumping Station and Reservoir site as its Resident Engineer for the main pumping station and center reservoir.
Mr. Linde is a registered professional engineer in four states.
He is a Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and is also a member of Construction Management Association of America (CMAA).
Mr. Linde received his bachelor’s degree from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.