Installed Products In Action
Lower Merion Township: Wynnewood, Pennsylvania
When storms caused two floods within five years, the town’s engineers turned to PS Flood Barriers for help.
“We looked at several different options and manufacturers for flood protection. There were a lot of different methods of protection and most involved some sort of locking mechanism or pneumatic system. However, we didn’t want crews to have to run out in the middle of a storm to deploy anything. PS DOORS was the first manufacturer I came across whose product looked and acted like a regular door…”
In 2006, the stadium underwent a $4.2 million renovation, which included refurbishing the team’s main offices. Around this same time, new federal mandates required the city of Clinton to separate sanitary sewer water (water from homes and businesses) from storm sewer water (water from rainfall runoff and other drainage). Prior to this, both sources of water would drain into the water treatment plant before being emptied into the Mississippi River.
Ocean County Utilities Authority
Ocean County, New Jersey
In 2012, Hurricane Sandy devastated the East Coast. Part of that destruction was flooding at wastewater pump stations located in Ocean County, New Jersey. As FEMA stepped in to help mitigate the impact of Sandy’s destruction, one of the stipulations for OCUA to receive FEMA assistance was the installation of flood protection barriers. OCUA looked into several companies to do the job and was most impressed with the experience of PS Flood Barriers and the simplicity and quality of the company’s flood planks.
New York City, New York
As a result of Hurricane Sandy in 2012, Con Edison, an energy company providing electricity, gas and steam service to more than 10 million people in New York City and Westchester County, needed to improve its flood protection efforts in facilities where gas pipes surfaced. Con Edison selected PS Flood Barriers to step up to the challenge, and it accepted.
Metro Transit Line 7 Fan Plant – New York City, New York
Stainless Steel Pedestrian Flood Door
Chrysler Museum Of Art – Norfolk, Virginia
“Due to the success with the doors we purchased from your company a couple years ago, I am looking into additional flood protection for other doors we have.”
-Timothy Fink, Facilities Management
Revel Casino – Atlantic City, New Jersey
New York City, New York
Flood Plank protecting a pedestrian exterior walk door