Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for $3.7 Million Sewer Separation Project
On October 28th, Gateway celebrated the end of the Crafton Boulevard Sewer Separation project with a ribbon cutting ceremony in Crafton Elementary's new parking lot. The project began due to the PA DEP's consent order for combined sewer systems, and entailed separating approximately 25 acres of urbanized area from the combined sewer system through the installation of a separate stormwater management collection system within the public right of way. In addition, the project provided Crafton Elementary with a new parking lot featuring 28 parking spaces, two of which are ADA-compliant van-accessible spaces. Gateway provided survey, design, permitting, construction administration, and inspection services for the project. The Crafton Boulevard Sewer Separation project lasted 18 months and cost $3.7 million, which was partially funded by the ALCOSAN GROW Grant and PA DCED H20 Grant.