Some of our projects include:
Euclid Creek Tunnel: 190 to 220 feet below ground. It is 18,000 feet long, with a finished diameter of 24 feet and will have the capacity to hold 61 million gallons of combined stormwater and wastewater.
Dugway Storage Tunnel: The 14,000-foot-long, 24-foot-wide tunnel is the second of seven tunnel projects that will reduce Lake Erie pollution by 4 billion gallons a year.
Doan Valley Regulators/Relief Sewer: This 5,280 foot long, 18 foot to 72 foot wide tunnel project is ongoing and scheduled to be completed in 2021.
Doan Valley Storage Tunnel: This project has several shafts of varying lengths and diameters. This project is ongoing and scheduled to be completed in 2021.
Londor Road Relief Sewer: This project included relief systems ranging from 18 to 84 inches in diameter with a total length of approximately 15,500 feet.
Ohio Canal Interceptor Tunnel (OCIT-1): OCIT broke ground on November 6, 2015. The tunnel will be 27 feet in diameter, span a distance of 6,240 feet, and will be able to hold 25 million gallons of storm water and sewage.