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SVA Current News

Clarington’s New Water Tank

Drawings are being prepared for permit application to the Ohio EPA for a new water tank on Sykes Ridge Road that will serve the south end of the Village of Clarington.  Precision Excavating is beginning the site work to prepare for the construction of the water tank.


Owls Head begins installation of Rotary Furnace

Construction is about to begin for the installation of another rotary furnace at Owls Head in Bowling Green, Kentucky.  Swiss Valley Associates was selected as the design engineer and has been working with Joe Lambert, P.E. on the foundation and structural drawings.  SVA is designing the utilities, electrical, and control system for the furnace.

Clarington Water and Waste Water SCADA System Replacement

Larry Bailey, water / waste water operator at the Village of Clarington, Ohio is pleased with the new SCADA system SVA, BEC Systems, and Bee Electric installed.  They recently had a slip on Sykes Ridge Road which broke the water line.  The abnormal water use from the water line showed up on the SCADA screen showing over 40,000 gallons of water pumped instead of the normal 3,000 gallons.   This information allowed them to stop the water flow before emptying the water tank.

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Barnesville St. Vincent Thrift Store

The St. Vincent of Barnesville Thrift Store is nearly finished. We appreciated the opportunity to design the building and provide construction management working with their group. The project incorporated several efficient building systems including extra insulation and min-split heat pumps with an energy recovery unit. LED lights were installed throughout the building.  Large windows were installed in the display area and smaller windows in the storage and work areas to provide natural light in the building.  2/2018

St. Vincent Thrift Store


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