Our projects speak for themselves
We teamed up with an existing client once again for this 22-acre residential project. Roughly 200,000 CY of grading along with massive stormwater management ponds headlined our duties. Add to that 20,300 LF of storm drain, sanitary sewer, and waterline. That is almost 4 miles of pipe! Our crews knocked it out of the park.
“Topographically challenged” would be the best way to describe this site before we got a hold of it. We moved 370,000 CY of dirt to prepare this gigantic 500,000 SF warehouse building pad. Spread out over 37 acres this site gave our heavy equipment plenty of room to run free. 13,200 LF of wet utilities and 6 retaining walls rounded out this monster of a project. Successful projects like this show our versatility as both earthwork and utility specialists.
This four-acre site was situated on a heavily sloped existing lot. Four retaining walls and 15,000 CY of structural fill later, we created a solid foundation for this Nursing home. Proper planning and guided execution were the key factors that lead to the success of this project.
From tree clearing to asphalt striping, we were able to transform this forgotten piece of property in Woodbridge, VA into a beautiful senior living facility. W.C. Spratt handled the “turnkey” scope with precision and speed to meet the aggressive schedule. This project included over 30,000 CY of Imported material needed to bring the building pad to grade. We installed roughly a mile of wet utilities as well as retaining walls on this project. It was our first build with a new client, and we have been on their short list of sitework contractors ever since.
We were excited to team up with the City of Fredericksburg and the Washington Capitals to build this state-of-the-art outdoor rink. When we think of all the good times the community will have here it brings a smile to our face. We exist as a company to build a better tomorrow for the Fredericksburg region and most of the time our work is of the infrastructure variety, underground and unseen. All that to say, this was a fun build!