Herron Hill Reservoir
Herron Hill Reservoir is a secondary drinking water reservoir in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania that was built in 1880. The reservoir is surrounded by a steep slope. Monitoring was required to ensure that ground movement thresholds associated with slope excavation were not exceeded.
Rite Geosystems Inc., USA was entrusted to provide automated instrumentation for the project with real time monitoring results. The type of instrumentation installed at this site included wireless in-place inclinometer system along with web-based data management system.