DTC was awarded a $14 million contract for the Design and Construction of a new 52,000 sq. ft. U.S. Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC), located at Arkadelphia, Arkansas. DTC provided all engineering, construction management, general contracting, supervision, quality control and safety services. Primary facilities included a single story Armed Forces Reserve Center, Unheated Storage/Maintenance Training […]
The City of West Haven selected DTC to provide program evaluation and full service engineering services for the preparation of plans and documents to repair city structures damaged by Storm “Sandy” in accordance with FEMA funding guidelines and provide construction administration services.
It appears that the different types of damage are:
Oak Street to Bradley Point (approximately […]
DTC was selected by the City of West Haven for the study and design associated with the reconstruction of nearly 4,000 LF of Beach Street West Haven. During Storm Sandy, the City’s Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) was temporarily inaccessible to staff and emergency vehicles due to the extensive flooding in the area.
The Beach Street […]
DTC provided landscape architectural, civil and structural engineering services in conjunction with Perkins Will Architecture to facilitate an addition to the existing Greenwich High School. The addition houses a new state of the art performing arts theater for school and community use. As part of the project the existing theater space was converted into other […]
DTC designed streetscape and pavement improvements to Campbell Avenue from Brown Street to U.S. Route 1 (Orange Avenue), a distance of approximately 9,500 feet, for the City of West Haven.
The existing road was nominally 40 feet wide with occasional wider sections for bus stops. Adjacent properties are commercial and residential. The West Haven campus of […]
DTC was retained by the Town of North Haven to perform a drainage and hydraulic analysis of known flooding areas in the vicinity of Todd Drive and Todd Drive South. More than 60 residential properties are currently affected by flooding, spanning across three distinct study areas.
DTC’s study evaluated alternate improvement options intended to reduce the effects […]
By: Michael Errickson, PE and DTC Civil Engineering Project Manager — If you work with buildings, especially if you have anything to do with their building process, you need to know the new requirements issued by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) in their upcoming reissuance of the General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater […]
The City of Stamford has retained DTC to make improvements to Myrtle Avenue and East Main Street as an extension of its Stamford Urban Transitway Project. This project involves a wide range of services including Topographic and Boundary Survey, Preliminary Engineering Study and Design, Sanitary Sewer Study and Design, Storm Sewer Study and Design, Traffic […]
DTC initially provided site selection services in association with the feasibility analysis and site selection of a new public safety facility in downtown Greenwich.
The project presented the challenge of designating an appropriate building site with the tight confines and limited space availability in Downtown Greenwich. DTC provided the owner several alternatives, taking into account municipal, […]
DTC provided civil and structural engineering design and landscape architectural design services for the construction the New University of Connecticut School of Biology/Pharmacy. The project was a design/build project with Davis Brody Bond, LLP of New York.
Design elements included related site improvements, landscaping, and connections to all utilities within the site at existing sources except […]