Philips Ultrasound Building Addition Survey & Site Design
Philips Ultrasound, Armagh Township, Mifflin County, PA
Stahl Sheaffer provided survey, site design, traffic, environmental, and land development services to the architect on this multi-building addition for Philips Ultrasound. Associated site improvements required to support the additions included a parking lot expansion, a new loop driveway and entrance onto a State Route, truck dock access, and stormwater management facilities.
Following the Pennsylvania Natural Diversity Index review, Stahl Sheaffer completed the approvals necessary to mitigate potential disturbance of an endangered bat habitat during earthmoving. Stahl Sheaffer developed a multi-day surveillance and monitoring plan prior to daily tree clearing on the site and coordinated all requirements with the US Fish and Wildlife Services and Pennsylvania Game Commission. An environmental survey and report were submitted to USFW for final approval of the surveillance process.
This project was under the jurisdiction of the Armagh Township Stormwater, Zoning, and Subdivision/Land Development Ordinances and required a land development plan and stormwater management plan approval from the Township. The project also required an Individual NPDES permit from the PA Department of Environmental Protection, a Traffic Impact Study (TIS), and Highway Occupancy Permit (HOP) from PennDOT.