A listing of only a few of the services offered
Commercial Site Plan Design
Povall Engineering offers a comprehensive array of services including feasibility and conceptual design and commercial site plan development for a wide variety of developers and corporate clients. We have prepared site plans for offices, shopping centers, retail stores, and mixed-used developments, among others. We provide civil engineering design services for associated infrastructure including building and parking design, grading, stormwater pollution and prevention plans (SWPPP), storm drainage, potable water and sanitary sewer services, pedestrian and traffic circulation, and lighting and landscaping design. Our site plans provide an innovative, comprehensive, and cost-effective design for our clients for the procurement of all necessary permits and approvals. We’re here to help you make informed decisions about your civil infrastructure assets so you can achieve your goals.
Povall Engineering provides civil engineering services to residential clients. We offer a comprehensive array of services for realty subdivisions including master planning, feasibility studies, and building lot layout. Civil engineering design services for associated infrastructure including road design, grading, stormwater pollution and prevention plans (SWPPP), storm drainage, potable water and sanitary sewer systems, and utility design. We’re here to help you make informed decisions about your civil infrastructure assets so you can achieve your goals.
Specialty Engineering and Design Services
Povall Engineering and affiliate, Ecotec, LLC offers environmental services with specialties in petroleum bulk storage facilities, secondary containment design and certification, Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) plans, and dam safety inspection and certification. Over the years we have fostered excellent relationships with local and state regulators, allowing us to complete projects in a timely fashion.
For more information on Environmental Services, please visit ecotecllc.com
Septic/Sanitary Sewer Design
The professionals at Povall Engineering have successfully completed numerous projects of various sizes and levels of complexity for residential and commercial projects. We provide our clients with all the services necessary regarding proper sanitary sewer design. We provide recommendations, engineering design services, cost analyses, develop design specifications and construction administration services associated with onsite septic systems or community sanitary collection systems.
Povall Engineering has been responsible for the design and preparation of detailed stormwater pollution prevention plans (SWPPPs) including identifying potential sources of pollution, designing practices to be used to reduce pollutants from construction sites, and assuring compliance with terms of the Phase II Stormwater Standards.
We provide oversight of the contractors’ implementation of the SWPPP and perform erosion and sediment control inspections on a daily and weekly basis in accordance with the Phase II standards. The following are projects for which we have completed the design work and performed inspections.
Povall Engineering provides assessment and repair recommendations for all drainage and erosion problems for residential and commercial properties. Rain-induced erosion causes the breakdown of soil structure and quality in addition to the loss of soil mass. Land-disturbing activities such as those involved in clearing, dredging, grading, excavating, transporting, and filling can result in soil erosion if not properly controlled. Povall Engineering has years of experience managing erosion control over a wide range of applications.
Povall Engineering can help to prepare and implement a Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) plan as part of facility compliance management. We have experience in preparation, oversight, and certification of SPCC plans. Significant environmental compliance penalties may be assessed for failure to prepare or follow an SPCC plan and for discharges that result from failure to follow the requirements of the regulation.