W.C. Spratt, Inc. has grown for over 90 years and is Fredericksburg Virginia’s leading sitework construction contractor specializing in design-build underground utility work including “trenchless” technologies. Our reputation results from our experience, teamwork, innovation, competence, efficient methods and resources. We use state of the art equipment, techniques and encouragement of employee respect and innovation to ensure all work is performed safely with superior quality and complete customer satisfaction.

We work for local municipalities, established commercial developers, established GC’s contracted for federal agencies including: the Navy - Marine Corps team, FBI, USAF and the US Department of the Army. In Addition we contract directly with VDOT, DOD, NPS and USACE. These clients enjoy W.C. Spratt, Inc.’s honesty and expect competitive price with superior quality, responsiveness and lack of stress. Our reputation, relationships and systems provide faster response and reliable execution on all size projects.

Our projects speak for themselves

Quantico Sewer Replacement

Removal and replacement of failing gravity sewer across Quantico Creek for Prince William County Service Authority. Work included clearing, erosion, bypass pumping, grading, new support piers, installation of 24” welded steel pipe, fencing, demolition and complete restoration.


MSG Battalion HQ & BEQ

Total sitework including clearing, erosion, grading, storm, sanitary line, sanitary pump station, bio-retention areas, stone base and asphalt. This was a design build job for a 6 Acre site in Quantico.


Women’s Service Facility

Sitework on Medicorp’s Fredericksburg campus. 20,000 CY of soil was removed from the site safely and efficiently. Other work done included a storm drain, sanitary sewer and water line system for the new facility.


Dixon Street Emergency Sewer

Emergency replacement of failed gravity sewer transmission main while maintaining both traffic and sewer flow. This work involved emergency response from several Spratt crews and included traffic control, bypass pumping, deep excavation and trench protection, structures and complete restoration completed less than 10 days from start.


Rocky Pen Run Raw Waterline

Raw water line connecting to a line previously installed by Spratt bringing water from the Rappahannock River to an outfall for the Rocky Run Reservoir. Project included clearing, erosion, rock excavation, 1,200 ft 42 inch DIP, an outfall structure, access road, rocked outfall channel and complete site restoration.