Hayduk Engineering LLC is a multidisciplinary consulting engineering firm specializing in civil and wastewater engineering. Other services include site planning, transportation engineering, stormwater management, and construction inspection/administration services. Our office is located in Port Jefferson Station on Long Island, New York. We serve clients in both the private and public sector, ranging from homeowner’s associations, property management companies and developers to all levels of government in the public sector.
A respected leader in the region for over 30 years, Hayduk Engineering prides itself in providing insightful, quality, cost effective work product to its clients. We have a distinguished track record of providing tailor made engineering services to suit our client’s needs.
Hayduk Engineering, LLC is a NYS Certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business (SDVOB)
and a CVE Verified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)
- M. Paul Campagnola joins Hayduk Engineering, LLC as Director of Transportation
- Diana Soldano joins Hayduk Engineering, LLC as Director of Marketing
Featured Project: Wincoram Commons Pumping Station and Force Main, Coram NY
This 150 unit affordable housing rental community also incorporates 15,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor of several of its buildings in a village type setting. The owner is a partnership of a private Rochester, NY developer and the Community Development Corporation of Long Island.
Hayduk Engineering was originally retained to design the STP modifications necessary for the project to connect to another existing local, privately owned SBR treatment facility. During the design phase, we determined that structural deficiencies in the existing STP hampered this proposal, and we initiated discussions with Suffolk County, ultimately receiving approval for connection to the SCSD-11, Selden sanitary system. The onsite pumping station and off-site, 4,700 LF force main were designed by, and construction inspected by HELLC, and have gone into operation during the summer of 2015.
The project includes connection to a Suffolk County DPW run Sewer District and two directional drillings of the force main under a State Highway (Route 25) and a private road, as well as open cut installations in easements as well as public roads.
The project was approved by the Suffolk County Sewer Agency (SCSA) and was reviewed, approved and inspected by/under SCDPW oversight.