The last thing a homeowner wants to deal with in their new home is a major problem. However, that was exactly the case when their home of not even 2 years old began having significant septic problems.
Nobody likes the smell of sewage, which is why it is best kept underground and out of sight. That is not always the case when there is a septic system failure that resulted because of an inferior and outdated design.
The owner of a car wash had successfully negotiated the sale of his business and property with one caveat: being able to provide an updated septic system compliant with current town and state codes.
The client was clear with the architect that they were only willing to go through with the build of the house if it included 7 bedrooms. The architect and engineer were determined to make that work on the land.
A rapidly growing aerospace company needed a significant addition to their office complex in order to allow for an increase in employees. The existing septic system would not allow them to make this accommodation.
A sports complex was faced with a difficult situation after analyzing the possibility of enlarging their facility. In order for their failing septic system to be brought up to code, they would have to face a significant loss.