Since adoption of the landmark Chesapeake Bay Restoration Act, the Maryland Department of the Environment has continually sponsored upgrades to municipal plants in support of the efforts to reduce bay pollutants.
The Kent Island plant includes enhanced nutrient reduction technology that dramatically reduces nitrogen and phosphorus levels discharged into the bay. The $33.2 million facility also boasts a one million gallon increased treatment capacity to accommodate area growth.
Froehling & Robertson, Inc. performed all construction materials testing activities necessary to complete the construction of the renovated and expanded plant. Our comprehensive scope of services included the monitoring and inspection of:
- Masonry, and
- Structural Steel.