Improvements to more than 350 RV sites and 100 camping sites Upgraded infrastructure including new power, water, gas, sanitary sewers New 25,000 gpd wastewater plant, including NPDES permitting with Antidegradation addendum Existing water plant renovations to add treatment for iron and manganese Water permitting including combining to two existing PWSID’s Construction of a 50,000 gallon elevated storage tank Three sanitary pump stations; 4,000 ft of HDPE sanitary sewer force main; 2,000 ft of 8” sanitary sewer; 7,000 ft of 2” and 4” waterlines
Charles Mill Lake Park Water & Wastewater Infrastructure
Charles Mill Lake Park is a quiet park, with most of its park facilities overlooking a relatively undeveloped 1,300 acre reservoir lake. This calm and largely tree-lined lakeshore make this an excellent park in which visitors can explore and enjoy the natural environment through camping, fishing, and hiking. The park is under the jurisdiction of the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD), a political subdivision of the State of Ohio. Environmental Design Group was selected to assist MWCD with implementation for their $47 million Capital Improvement Plan to the 3,300+ acre Charles Mill Lake Park Reservoir.
Environmental Design Group assisted MWCD in an overall park-wide evaluation and prioritization infrastructure and site improvement engineering study. The first step in the plan was to design and construct the water and wastewater infrastructure backbone that will allow the rest of the site improvements to be built. The planned improvements were developed to bring the park up to date with new and improved facilities and expanded recreational opportunities. Environmental Design Group designed the water and wastewater treatment plants, and during bidding and construction we responding to RFI’s, reviewed equipment submittals, provided input and oversight during construction, and assisted in the close-out process.