Our projects speak for themselves
Earthwork and utility package for a Senior Living Facility. This project featured roughly 10,000 CY of rough grading and 3,300 LF of utility installation. Topped off with a 4,000 SF underground detention system composed of 86 EA MC4500 stormtech chambers. W.C. Spratt was pleased to continue our excellent working relationship with HH Hunt on this project.
When one of our repeat clients reached out with an opportunity to work at the DMV’s most historic airport, we could not pass it up. This project was necessary to upgrade the existing drying beds. Along with water, sewer, and storm drain utilities it also included an extensive cast in place concrete package, new sand trap with a duplex pumping system, and concrete encased electrical conduits. We were able to complete the drying bed upgrades to the complete satisfaction of everyone involved.
W.C. Spratt loves making the Rappahannock Riverfront accessible to our Fredericksburg friends. And that is exactly what we did on the Ferry Farm Trail project. 3,000’ of asphalt trail meandering alongside the majestic river provides the perfect location for your next jog or walk. The 10’ wide trail allows you to get lost in those scenic views while still staying on track.
Not all of our pipe installations are underground. This project required crossing an existing bridge with a sanitary sewer force main and a waterline. After setting up a pump around system to ensure no residences lost service, we were able to install the pipe alongside the bridge using pipe hangers. Safety is always our top priority and special precautions were taken on this project to ensure our crew members made it home safely each night.
42” P401 ductile iron pipe was the star of this Sanitary Sewer project. Installed at 20’+ depths running along Claiborne Run Creek and through the CSX right-of-way. It’s safe to say this project was not for the faint of heart. W.C. Spratt took this challenging project “head on” and exceeded the Counties expectations. Other aspects of this project included a 60” steel casing pipe micro-tunnel operation underneath an active CSX railway, an 1,800 LF bypass pumping system, and a 75’ bridge structure.