Susquehanna Civil’s Stony Run Road over Pine Creek project for the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) involved the replacement of an existing single span timber A-frame truss on stone masonry abutments with a newly designed precast concrete adjacent box beam bridge in Bald Eagle State Forest in Centre County. The Existing Structure was originally built in 1935 and rehabilitated in 1994.
Susquehanna Civil’s design included five (5) 48”x17” prestressed concrete composite adjacent box beams on reinforced concrete abutments for the 30’ span across Pine Creek. Architectural surface treatments were incorporated to give the bridge a more natural look and better integrate the bridge with the surrounding state forest. Susquehanna Civil’s survey and environmental groups guided the design to avoid Wetlands in the area and to minimize the impact of construction on the creek and the surrounding natural areas. Susquehanna Civil’s hydraulic analysis of the creek aided in ensuring the proposed structure would not inhibit the flow of the creek and reach the maximum lifespan of the proposed structure. Susquehanna Civil completed the design in 2020 and the bridge was constructed in the summer of 2021.Susquehanna Civil is now a Delaware DBE Scott Ramsay now serves as Director of IT and Facilities and Senior Associate Jason Taylor, P.E., P.G. now serves as Geotechnical Group Manager Marc Pinto now serves as Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration Seth Mascho, P.G. now serves as Director of Transportation Services Happy Holidays from Susquehanna Civil Welcome Jeffrey Wary, P.E.
This month we welcomed Jeff Wary, P.E. to our Geotechnical Group. Jeff comes to us with over 10 years of experience, which includes geotechnical design and inspection experience. Jeff has been a licensed Professional Engineer since 2016, and also holds a PennDOT Drilling Inspector Certification and OSHA HAZWOPER Certification. Welcome to the Team, Jeff!Jeremiah Greenland, PG named a Forty Under 40 Award Recipient
Jeremiah Greenland, PG has been nominated and selected as one of the recipients of the Central Penn Business Journal’s 2021 Forty Under 40 award. This award recognizes professionals 40 years of age and younger who have been successful in the Central Pennsylvania area. Honorees, chosen by the Central Penn Business Journal editors, were selected based on professional accomplishments, community service and commitment to inspiring change.
The awards ceremony will be held mid October. Congratulations, Jeremiah!Welcome Ashley Elslager
We pleased to welcome Ashley Elslager to the Survey Group. Ashley has recently graduated from Millersville University with a BA in Geography with a concentration in Environmental Studies and a minor in Environmental Hazards and Emergency Management. Ashley will be working in the field as an instrument operator.