King Street, Greenwich
Private School Campus
Master Planning, Land Surveying, Civil Engineering, Permit Processing
The eighteen building, 104-acre, campus constructed since 1998 houses academic facilities for grades 1 through 8, athletic facilities for grades 1 through 12, faculty housing, and supporting infrastructure. The development required approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission, Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency, Army Corps of Engineers, Department of Public Health, Department of Environmental Protection and the Department of Public Utility Control. Responsibilities included: management and oversight of a team of sub-consultants tasked with designing the site including on-site potable water treatment and supply and advanced wastewater treatment and disposal including a grey water system recycling used water to toilets and urinals; dam safety permitting including breach analysis and backwater analysis; stormwater management system including two stormwater wetlands and an expanded existing pond; turf grass and synthetic turf athletic fields; and NPDES-compliant Stormwater Pollution Control Plans and site monitoring.