Current Capital Improvement Program Projects
Current Bridge Replacement Projects:
Carpenters Point Road Bridge - over tributary of North East River. This project will replace the existing bridge with a new signal span prestressed concrete bridge. The new bridge will be wider and will include limited approach roadway work, paving, traffic varies, and storm water management feature. Advanced utility relocations with lane closures will be expected. The road is anticipated to be closed in September 3, 2013 and reopened in late December 2013. Project Manager: John Fabian
Little Egypt Road Bridge, CE0026, over Christina River. This project will consist of the superstructure replacement. The anticipated closing is late December 2013 through the end of April 2014. Project Manager: John Fabian
Upcoming Road Improvement Projects:
Oldfield Point Road - from Old Chestnut Road south to Breon Lane. The project will include widening roadway, improving horizontal and vertical alignments, replacing culverts at Jones Creek, in addition to two smaller culverts and drainage improvements. Project Manager: John Fabian
Oldfield Point Road Improvements March 20, 2013 Public Meeting Display Boards: Detour Board 1 Board 2 Board 3 Board 4 Needs/Schedule Typical Section Frequently Asked Questions
Racine School Road Improvements Public Meeting Information- Project Manager: Kevin Yezdimer
Upcoming Bridge Replacement Projects:
Baron Road Bridge - over CSX Railroad.
The following bridges are currently closed, and may be scheduled for replacement within the next several years:
Waibel Road over Basin Run (2014); Razor Strap Road over Stoney Run (2014); Old Elk Neck Road over Piney Creek (2014); Rolling Mill Road over Northeast Creek, Booth Road over Grammies Run.
Current Solid Waste Projects
Central Landfill Horizontal Expansion - As is typical with landfill facilities, existing disposal capacity is a finite resource and planning for ongoing and increasing disposal demand is required in order to maintain uninterrupted operations to serve the citizens of Cecil County. Current disposal activity occurs within Cell 4 which has a remaining capacity on the order of 8 to 12 years. The horizontal expansion project consists of the design and permitting of 80+ acres comprising six (6) new disposal cells which will subsequently be constructed in phases. The proposed expansion will provide ongoing service for many decades with a total disposal capacity of approximately 16.6 million cubic yards. Currently, the County is performing engineering activities associated with the 5-phase regulatory permitting process. Project Manager: Kevin Yezdimer
Litter Fencing at Homeowner's Convenience Center - This project includes installation of approximately 1000 linear feet of 30 foot high litter fence along the north and east perimeter of the Homeowner's Convenience Center including timber poles, polyester netting, and associated hardware. Project Manager: Kevin Yezdimer
Upgrade Metals Processing Facility - This project includes pavement reconstruction, replacement of existing security fencing, improvements to the existing catch basins, installation of conduit for future electric and data utilities. The project also includes contingent work to make structural improvements to existing truck bays. Construction is expected to last approximately two months beginning in the Spring of 2014. Project Manger: Kevin Yezdimer
Current Waste Water Projects
North East River Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant ENR Upgrade (NRAWWTP) - The Northeast River Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant is a Biological Nutrient Removal plant currently permitted for a flow of 2.0 MGD. Cecil County is being required, by the Maryland Department of the Environment, to complete a construction upgrade to meet Enhanced Nutrient Removal (ENR) standards which require treatment to lower discharge levels. Construction is expected to begin early 2014 and the anticipated date of completion for the project is late 2016.
This project will renovate and/or reconstruct certain components of the existing plant along with constructing new treatment components, as necessary, to bring the permitted plant capacity into ENR treatment quality requirements.
The project generally consists of modifications to existing concrete process tanks, modifications to existing pump stations, construction of new buildings, flow distribution structures and process tanks, modification to existing piping or installation of new piping, installation of new equipment, power distribution, instrumentation and controls, HVAC and plumbing, yard piping and site work. A highlight of the upgrade is the implementation of Membrane Bioreactor technology that utilizes semi permeable membranes to increase efficiency and facilitates expansion of the plant as that becomes necessary. Project Manager: Jonathan Pohlman