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Kinkora Trail

Mansfield & Springfield Townships, New Jersey

BANC3  was responsible for the preparation of civil engineering design plans, calculations and technical specifications for this County Trail project. The project connects the Mansfield Township Park in Columbus, NJ with the Springfield Township Park and path. The ADA accessible path is approximately two miles long and runs through wooded wetland areas, farm fields and along Island Road. Mr. Richter, the Project Manager, was responsible for the preparation of permit plans and engineering reports to be included in the submission to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for wetland and flood hazard permits. BANC3 Engineering was responsible for the following deliverables: 

  • Conceptual Design Plans: BANC3 revised the conceptual grading and drainage plans previously prepared by another firm to incorporate comments from Taylor Design Group. 

  • Civil Design & Permitting Documents: BANC3 prepared civil design and permitting documents which will include construction details for various pavement sections; grading design for drainage purposed; and construction details for all proposed stormwater management facilities.

  • Stormwater Management & Flood Hazard Report: The project required the design and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) permitting for one (1) stream crossing as well as the design of stormwater management facilities for the increase in impervious surface beyond 0.25 acre. 

  • Soil Erosion & Sediment Control Plan and Application: Certification of a Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Plan was required from the Burlington County Soil Conservation District as the proposed site disturbance will exceed 5,000 square feet. BANC3 prepared this plan in accordance with the requirements for Soil Erosion & Sediment Control in New Jersey. The appropriate application forms, plans and calculations were submitted to the Burlington County Soil Conservation District for Certification.