Working in conjunction with the Akron infrastructure firm of HM Miller, Donley’s constructed a 2.0 MGal combined sewer overflow structure basin on the north side of the Little Cuyahoga River, across from the existing CSO Rack 14 facility. The basin is equipped with a combination manual and automated flushing/washdown system.
Financed jointly between the City, the US EPA and the Ohio EPA, the CSO Rack 14 project is a key element in an $800 million, multi-year initiative to improve Akron’s sewer system by achieving zero untreated overflows in a typical year and improving water quality in nearby streams and rivers.
Project scope also includes:
- 140′ truss pipe bridge
- Operations building
- Site lighting, fencing, and site utilities
- Cleaning and lining the existing 15-inch and 48-inch combined sewer