Daniel Hand High School

DTC conducted all the site, civil and wastewater treatment and disposal design for the Daniel Hand High School, including a 25,000 gallon per day nitrification/denitrification facility for nitrogen removal prior to groundwater disposal.

The groundwater analysis of the existing and proposed disposal systems was coordinated with the State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection and has […]

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H.H. Ellis Regional Vocational Technical High School

The Connecticut Department of Construction Services selected DTC as part of the design team with architects, the S/L/A/M Collaborative, for this complete renovation and addition project.

The total planned area of the building renovation is approximately 130,000 sq. ft.; the total planned area of the new building construction is approximately 60,000 sq. ft.

The project included reprogramming and […]

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Fairchild Wheeler Interdistrict Magnet Campus

The City of Bridgeport School Building Committee selected DTC and JCJ Architecture to provide architectural and engineering services for the planning, design and construction administration of the new Multi-Magnet High School.

The new school is a 9th to 12th grade inter-district high school. The capacity of the school is 1500 students housed in 3 – 500 student […]

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On-Call Civil Engineering NW Chilled Water Loop, Phase 1

Through DTC’s On-Call Engineering contract with the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, DTC provided initial study review prepared by others to validate assumptions and established design criteria. Follow-on services included design of approximately 2000lf of insulated welded steel chilled water supply and return piping (sub-terrain and within existing structures) ranging in size from 16” down to […]

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Greenwich Public Schools On-Call

DTC provided a range of engineering and construction administration services for Greenwich Public Schools during the three year contract.

Projects include, but are not limited to:

Greenwich High School Environmental Assessments
North Street Site Improvements
North Mianus Boiler Replacement
Riverside School Site Improvements
Central Middle School Lighting and Fire Alarm Upgrades
Central Middle School Unit Ventilators

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Fairfield Ludlowe High School Additions and Renovations

The Town of Fairfield hired the team of Perkins Eastman Architects and DTC to perform mechanical, electrical, plumbing, civil and structural engineering services to renovate and design an addition to Fairfield Ludlowe High School.

The current school is 295,000 square feet and has a student population of 1,600 students.

The first phase of work involves a complete […]

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Burton Street Drain Separation

DTC was awarded an on-call professional engineering services contract in 2006 (on-going) related to the Metropolitan District’s Clean Water Program for sewer separation and related collection system and/or drainage system projects for the MDC.

The Metropolitan District is undertaking one of its largest capital projects program in its history. To comply with a Federal Consent Decree […]

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Barnum Elementary School

DTC was retained by the project architect, JCJ Architecture, Inc. to perform complete engineering and environmental services for the construction of a new Pre-K through eighth grade elementary school.

Services included:

Site layout and vehicular circulation;
Landscaping and site lighting;
Extension and/or relocation of site utilities such as water distribution, sanitary sewer system, storm sewer system […]

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Ribicoff Cottages Redevelopment New Haven Housing Authority

Twin Brook Properties, formerly known as Ribicoff Cottages, in its entirety, will include 106 new units when completed.

The development includes new roads and infrastructure totaling $21 million dollars. The development will be accessible to Woodin Street in Hamden. The street that wasn’t accessible when the Hamden-New Haven fence was up; Hamden is involved with the […]

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West Rock Housing Redevelopment

DTC was retained by the Housing Authority of New Haven (HANH) and by the project developers to provide multiple discipline engineering, environmental and surveying services in support of the redevelopment and revitalization of the West Rock public housing development in New Haven, CT.

Originally populated with rundown 1950’s era barrack style apartments, the new development was […]

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