February 15, 2019

Allegheny County Emergency Services Building


Moon Township, PA

Allegheny County Airport Authority

Sci-Tek Consultants, Inc. (Sci-Tek), in coordination with Michael Baker International, provided surveying and civil and geotechnical engineering services for site improvements and upgrades and installation of a radio tower for the Allegheny County Emergency Services (ACES) Department near Pittsburgh Aiport. Sci-Tek provided the following the services:

Geotechnical engineering services including a subsurface exploration of the proposed self-supporting radio tower located on the property.

Surveying services including a site investigation and limited topographic survey for field verification of existing conditions of the building, site development locations and radio tower.

Site civil design services including:

  • Site design and grading for the radio tower, garage door apron site and security upgrades, including stand-off safety area, fence and gates, revisions to circulation and parking, development of designated new parking area and ADA parking relocation.
  • Coordination with the mechanical/electrical/plumbing disciplines to obtain the sizing of each utility required for site trenching as well as placing a PA One Call design ticket.
  • Video inspection and report of the sanitary sewer main to the existing building.
  • Erosion and sedimentation control drawings and details.
  • Design drawings for the proposed site improvements and radio tower, including indication of the limits disturbance, the extent of the bituminous pavement, details of the pavement, and utility routing.
  • Technical specifications for the work associated with the project.
  • A plan drawing for submission to Moon Township for a subdivision and land development application and a grading permit.
  • Bid phase services including contractor requests, addenda to manual or drawings, and attend pre-bid conference.
  • Construction phase services including contractor requests, review and approval of submittals, shop drawings and substitutions, and four site visits during construction.