This page provides more information on our current projects. For additional questions about our projects, feel free to call us at +1 270 245-2407 or to contact us via the Contact Form.
MLA is working with a local primary care professional to provide a much needed service to the community. MLA has completed the process to obtain the necessary re-zoning of the project site and is now working with the Property Owner, Medical Professional, Architect, and local officials in the preparation of a Final Site Development Plan and Construction documents.
MLA is working with a local mining company searching for active, inactive, and dry and abandoned oil and water wells. There are several steps taken to identify the exact location of these wells from agency record searches, property owner and well operator interviews to excavation. Recent mining and pipe line accidents within the industry have draw attention to the need to accurately locate these wells and design systems to avoid or mitigate the potential for gasing mines or public facilities. MLA has developed a stepwise approach to minimize the cost in performing well locates.
ML Arnold & Associates, LLC was engaged for the preparation and permitting Site and Drainage Plans for a metals recycling facility. We have successfully obtained re-zoning and site plan approval for our clients intended site use and site improvement activities.
Our work on this project involves coordination with team members and the development of site plan drawings and permit processing. Once completed, the facility will provide the community with a means to receive payment for recyclable materials and put those materials back into useful products.
This project is aimed at expanding the Waste Water Treatment Plant's capacity to remove biosolids and reduce illicit discharges to the receiving stream. A temporary aeration lagoon is being added to the facility to faciliate the reconstruction of the existing basin and provide additional capacity during wet weather.
Our work for this project involves coordination with team members and the development of design construction drawings. Once completed, the facility will handle 3 million gallons per day.
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Over time treatment plant lagoons fill up with sediment from the treatment process. If this sediment is not removed from the lagoon, the lagoon effluent will discharge contaminents into the receiving stream polluting the enviroment.
MLA worked with staff from the City of Madisonville Water Treatment Plant to determine the volume of sediment in the basin, identify potential sites for land application of the beneficial reuse material, and calculated the allowable concentrations for each reuse material constituent.
The project for the removal and disposal of the material in a safe and environmentally responsible manner was permitted through the Kentucky Department of Environmental Management's Division of Water and Waste Management.
The Rosenwald-Smith Multi-Cultural Center is in continual need of repairs to rehabilitate the facility and put it back into use. Currently the facility serves as a day care for the neighborhood. However, with much needed improvements to other portions, the facility can once again become a thriving community center.
MLA worked with the Community Board to identify improvements that would allow the once active gymnasium to be utilized for public activities. Moisture from a vented crawl space has buckled the subflooring and playing surface. MLA will provide the board with a report and plan to repair the facility. Our involvement in this project included: