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Planning Studies, Permitting, Funding Services

• Capital Improvement Plans
• Feasibility Studies
• Inflow/Infiltration Studies
• Service Area Studies
• Treatment Feasibility and Alternatives
• Permitting Assistance (Federal, State, and Local)
• Funding Assistance (Grants and Loans)

Design Services

• Wastewater Treatment Plants (New and Upgrades)
• Collection Systems (Conventional, Trenchless)
• Lift Stations
• Reclaimed Water Systems
• Integration of Disposal Systems into Site Development
   Plans


Eagle Creek Development
Wastewater Reuse and Golf Irrigation System

 

 

Location: Moyock, North Carolina

Project Highlights:


The quiet community of Eagle Creek in Moyock wraps around Mill Run Golf Club. The 360,000 gpd wastewater facility that services this community treats wastewater to North Carolina’s reuse standard.

Services Provided:


BPG provided the following services for this project:

• The system serves a 429-lot residential community and utilizes a
  321,000 gpd reclaimed water spray irrigation system, irrigation
  pond and approximately 137.2 acres of irrigation area.

• Reclaimed water is blended with groundwater and used to irrigate
  a championship golf course. The community also has the first
  vacuum-type collection system approved in the region, which
  resulted in an estimated savings of hundreds of thousands of
  dollars in construction costs.


Kinnakeet Shores
350,000 GPD Reclaimed Water System



 

Location: Avon, North Carolina

Project Highlights:

The Kinnakeet Shores Resort, located in Avon, NC, is a 500 acre ocean to soundfront community offering the finest amenities including a swim and tennis club, an oceanfront beach club, and 69 acres of freshwater lakes available for fishing, canoeing, kayaking and sail boating. An emphasis has been placed upon achieving the delicate balance between development and nature. A walkable and scalable community has been created that minimizes environmental impacts, while providing access for those to enjoy this natural setting. Bissell Professional Group has provided professional services related to the planning design and development of this community for approximately 25 years.

Services Provided:


BPG provided the following services for this project:

• The Kinnakeet Shores Reclaimed Water Irrigation System is a Non-
   Conjunctive Wastewater Treatment & Reclaimed Water Utilization
   System.

• The system was expanded from a 50,000 gpd facility to a
   350,000 gpd facility.

• The disposal system was converted from a conventional to a
   reclaimed water disposal system, using a combination of
   irrigation  and infiltration with the aid of a 5,100,000 gallon
   storage/infiltration pond.


KDHWWTP, LLC
600,000 GPD Treatment Plant with Multiple Disposal Options

Location: Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina

Project Highlights:


The Kill Devil Hills 600,000 gpd Wastewater Treatment Plant serves a planned community, including a retirement center.

Services Provided:

BPG provided the following services for this project:

• Design of a 600,000 gallon per day pre-cast concrete Reuse
  Wastewater Treatment System.

• System utilizes a combination of conventional high-rate and
   reclaimed water irrigation disposal systems that are integrated
   into the landscaping of the community.


Moyock Commons Shopping Center
44 Acre Shopping Center and Commercial Subdivision

Location: Moyock, North Carolina

Project Highlights:


Moyock Commons Sewer District was formed in order to serve the shopping center and adjacent commercial park in the un-sewered area of Moyock NC. This system is an extended aeration Wastewater Treatment and Low-Rate Wastewater Disposal Facility and is designed for 40,000 gpd with treated effluent to be infiltrated via two 27,500 s.f. infiltration basins which are preceeded by constructed wetlands for nitrogen removal.

Services Provided:


BPG provided the following services for this project:

• Bissell Professional Group was instrumental in forming the District,
  designing the facility and obtaining all state and local permits for
  construction and operation of the system.

• The firm also assisted with the transition from a developer-owned
   facility to a public facility.


Waterside Villages
120,000 GPD Treatment & Surface Irrigation System

Location: Grandy, North Carolina

Project Highlights:

The Waterside Villages community utilizes a 120,000 gallon per day wastewater system.

Services Provided:


BPG provided the following services for this project:

• BPG integrated a Modified Ludzak-Ettinger process tertiary plant
  that was designed to biologically remove nutrients to protect the
  underlying groundwater.

• A surface irrigation disposal system was utilized to serve a highly
  amenitized active adult community.

• Permit capacity was included to solve an existing environmental
  problem at a neighboring community that was experiencing a
  wastewater disposal system failure.


Satterfield Landing
Shopping Center & Commercial Condominiums

 

 

Location: Nags Head, North Carolina

Project Highlights:


A 10,232 gallon per day wastewater system servicing a retail shopping center as well as commercial condominiums.

Services Provided:


BPG provided the following services for this project:

• BPG proposed a Dual Bioclere configuration for this application.

• Designed for system to utilize two LPP drainfields for its disposal
  system.


Walnut Island Sanitary District
Wastewater Collection System Design Improvements

Location: Grandy, North Carolina

Project Highlights:


Bissell Professional Group assisted the Sanitary District in obtaining grants from both the Rural Center and the Clean Water Management Trust Fund for the replacement of a failing wastewater collection and treatment system serving this community in Grandy, NC.

Services Provided:

BPG provided the following services for this project:

• Design and implementation to replace the antiquated wastewater
  collection system.

• Design to remove excess I&I from disposal system.

• Elimination of water quality violations.


Hatteras Ferry Terminal
Wastewater Collection, Treatment & Disposal System Design

Location: Hatteras, North Carolina

Project Highlights:


The Cape Hatteras Ferry Terminal is the northern terminus of the Ocracoke - Cape Hatteras ferry run. The Ferry Terminal utilizes an 8,000 gallon per day wastewater collection, treatment & disposal system.
 
Services Provided:


BPG provided the following services for this project:

• Design of a Bioclere modified trickling filter with low-pressure pipe
   disposal.

• System is intended to serve the ongoing renovation and
   expansion of the Cape Hatteras to Ocracoke Ferry Terminal.


Lane’s Ferry
Wastewater Collection, Treatment & Disposal System Design

Location: Rocky Point, North Carolina

Project Highlights:


Lane’s Ferry is an 800,000 gallon per day wastewater treatment plant that will serve the proposed Lanes Ferry development at Rocky Point in Pender County. The proposed system is designed to serve approximately 2,000 home sites, along with a shopping center and related commercial development. The disposal system uses an environmentally sensitive approach to infiltrating highly treated effluent, and then utilizing collected groundwater to recharge a proposed irrigation pond.

The treatment system was designed for construction to be phased in 100,000 gallon increments.

Services Provided:


BPG provided the following services for this project:

• The design for the wastewater treatment plant serving the Lane’s
  Ferry development is an advanced wastewater treatment process
  using the Modified Ludzack-Ettinger (MLE) process for biological
  nutrient removal (BNR).

• In order to control the level of groundwater on the site, a
  subsurface drainage system was placed at a distance of
  approximately 200 feet from the infiltration basins.

• The collected groundwater will be pumped to the existing and
  proposed lakes within the development, which will be used to
  attenuate the groundwater flow by providing temporary storage.

• Finally, the diluted water will be used to irrigate the open spaces
  and recreational areas.


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