Construction Project Portfolio
County of Camden Petroleum Fueling Station
Camden County, New Jersey
- Date of Service: 2005 to 2012
- Services Performed: Engineering Design, Environmental Consulting, Permitting, General Construction, and Maintenance
- Station Type: (3) Stations, Fleet, Gas and Diesel, Aboveground and Underground Storage
- Station Size: Various
The County of Camden currently owns and operates three (3) petroleum fuel sites in Camden County, New Jersey. OEC has provided engineering design, environmental consulting, permitting, general construction, and maintenance services associated with the petroleum fuel sites since 2005. The initial 2005 Scope of Services provided to the County included the development and implementation of a vehicle fuel usage/fleet management system. OEC performed a thorough examination of the existing fuel systems equipment, fuel pumps and software at the three (3) County fueling stations located in Lindenwold, Cherry Hill, and Blackwood, New Jersey. OEC visited each site and conducted a thorough examination of the existing equipment. OEC documented each fueling system configuration, the existing equipment components, age, and operational condition. OEC interviewed each site contact in order to gain an understanding of each facility’s operations and how that interfaces with the fueling operations at each site. System tightness monitoring equipment, inventory controls, fueling controls, documentation components, and associated software located at each facility were documented.
Upon completion of the examination, OEC prepared a comprehensive plan for establishing a vehicle fuel usage/fleet management system. The plan was developed based on the documented existing resources, site observations, and discussions. The plan included recommendations for fuel equipment upgrades, necessary software upgrades, and recommendations for other relevant aspects based on compliance issues, facility needs and restraints, and overall system requirements. The plan also included options and estimated costs for implementation of the options presented. Upon completion of the comprehensive plan, OEC prepared plans and specifications to publicly bid and implement the construction activities necessary for the installation of the vehicle fuel usage/fleet management system. Additionally, this task included attendance at a pre-bid and a pre-construction meeting, attendance at the bid opening, bid analysis and recommendation, site inspection and review, and approval of the contractor’s applications for payment. OEC in conjunction with the equipment vendor and construction contractor conducted training of County employees and agents in the use of the new petroleum equipment and fuel management system.
In 2008, OEC responded to a petroleum discharge at the Camden County Parks fuel site located in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. As a result of the petroleum discharge the existing underground tank and piping systems were completely removed, the fuel site was demolished, and OEC performed an environmental remediation at the site. OEC successfully remediated the site and obtained a “No Further Action” letter from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) closing the environmental case. Following the environmental remediation OEC designed, permitted, and constructed a new fuel site with a 12,000 gallon split UL 2085 aboveground storage tank for gasoline and diesel, canopy, two (2) submersible pumps, four (4) dispensers, tank monitoring system, and fuel management system.
Two Rivers Water Reclamation Authority
Monmouth Beach, New Jersey
- Date of Service: 2011
- Services Performed: General, Environmental, Mechanical and Electrical Construction
The scope of this project included the in-place closure of a 12,000 gallon underground diesel tank, the removal of a 550 gallon underground gasoline tank and dispenser island, and the installation of a 12,000 gallon aboveground diesel tank. Additionally, the work included the installation of three submersible supply pumps, two return pumps, one diesel dispenser, and piping and electrical modification necessary to provide two back-up generators with fuel. This project required that fuel be provided to the back-up generators 24/7 and therefore special coordination was required to modify and test the new piping systems while maintaining the availability of fuel to the generators.
Hamilton Township Municipal Utility Authority Truck Garage
Mays Landing, New Jersey
- Date of Service: 2003
- Services Performed: Value Engineering, Redesign of Roof Structure and General Construction
This unique project involved the adaptive re-use of an existing concrete settling tank that was formerly part of a Hamilton Township MUA sewerage treatment plant. The scope of the project included cleaning the settling tank and modifying the existing structure to facilitate use as a truck garage with adjoining office space. Oxford Engineering Company publicly bid and was awarded the construction contract for the project as general contractor, performed value engineering and redesigned the proposed roof structure allowing greater overhead clearance throughout the truck garage.
St. Mary’s Hospital
Hoboken, New Jersey
Project Manager for the removal of a 20,000 above-ground fuel oil tank and replacement with one 2,000 gallon diesel fuel tank and one 10,000 gallon fuel oil tank located in the basement of St. Mary’s Hospital. The tank installation included secondary containment, spill and overfill protection and an electronic monitoring system. Work included and engineering investigation and design of building modifications and temporary supports for the removal of the 20,000 gallon tank from the basement.
Jersey City, New Jersey
Oxford Engineering Company performed all engineering and construction services necessary for the removal of two 20,000 gallon underground fuel oil tanks and one 15,000 gallon diesel fuel tank and replacement with one 20,000 gallon double-wall diesel fuel tank and one 10,000 gallon double-wall fuel oil tank. Tank installation included spill and overfill protection and installation of an electronic monitoring system. This project included reinforced concrete design necessary to bridge the shall burial depth of the new tank installation and the design and installation of a four foot high reinforced concrete retaining wall.
Laurel Harbor Marina
Laurel Harbor, New Jersey
Oxford Engineering Company performed all engineering and construction services necessary to upgrade two 6000 gallon underground storage tank used to dispense gasoline at the Laurel Harbor Marina. This project included drawing preparation and submission of the NJDEP substantial modification permit application. Construction services included tank testing, spill and overfill protection and installation of an electronic monitoring system. Additionally, the project included the installation of new underground double-wall suction piping and installation of a dock-side gasoline pump.
Irvington General Hospital
Irvington, New Jersey
Oxford Engineering Company performed all engineering and construction services necessary for the installation of one 15,000 gallon double-wall underground fuel oil tank. Tank installation included, spill and overfill protection and installation of an electronic monitoring system. This project included a code compliance revue and value engineering enabling one tank to be utilized for back-up power generation and steam production.
Delanco Public Works Garage
Delanco, New Jersey
Oxford Engineering Company performed all necessary construction services for the removal and installation of various tanks at the Delanco Public Works Garage. Construction services included the removal of one 2000 gallon underground storage tank and the installation of one 4000 gallon aboveground storage tank. The installation included a duel compartment tank designed for storage of both gasoline and diesel. The tank installation included a new concrete foundation, concrete fueling apron, secondary containment, spill and overfill protection, remote simplex fill ports and installation of a gasoline and diesel pump.
United Presbyterian Home
Woodbury, New York
Oxford Engineering Company performed all engineering and construction services necessary for the removal of one 10,000 gallon fuel oil tank and replacement with one 10,000 gallon double-wall fiberglass underground fuel oil tank. Tank installation included spill and overfill protection, double-wall piping and installation of an electronic monitoring system. This project included engineered drawing submission to the Nassau County Department of Health and variance preparation for final approval.
Atlantic County Utility Authority
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Oxford Engineering Company performed value engineering, redesign and construction of 12 concrete foundations for new above-ground storage tank installations at various sites throughout Atlantic County.