Toledo Botanical Garden is a 60 acre public park located in Toledo, Ohio. TGC engineered a stream restoration and dam removal project to prevent soil erosion and sediment deposit and to improve water quality. A natural tributary to the Maumee River was created by removing two concrete low-head dams. TGC also replaced two in-line, sediment laden ponds with an off-line pond and 1,250 lineal feet of restored stream. The stream was designed with Natural Channel Design methods to engage the floodplain and naturally transport sediment.
The Smith and Ghent Detention Pond project is a re-construction of an existing detention basin in the City of Akron, for Sterling Jewelers. The project site totaled to 2.1 miles (1344 acres) of drainage area. TGC was involved in clearing and transporting sediment and grading underground utilities and landscaping with hard surfaces. TGC anticipated heavy regulatory involvement to diverting water from work areas, while creating a stone-lined earth dam to divert off-site water flow to the existing pond.
Gunnison Road is located in Medina County, Ohio. TGC performed a topographic survey and boundary analysis of Gunnison Road for the City of Medina. TGC was responsible for the total reconstruction of pavement and utilities for this project. TGC prepared the easement sketch and a complete description for the roadway improvements.
City of Medina is located in Medina County, Ohio. TGC performed a Topographic survey and boundary analysis of 1,700 linear feet for the City of Medina, located along S. Court Street from W. Smith Rd. to W. Washington St. and W. Washington St. from S. Elmwood to S. Vine St. TGC was responsible for Vertical and Horizontal project control for City of Medina Historic District water main improvements project. TGC created base drawings for new water line replacement, and researched utility information for the desired area.