Our projects speak for themselves
Under the leadership of the Heritage Foundation and contracted through Balfour Beatty, W.C. Spratt laid the foundation for a 50,000 square foot expansion of the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico. Our scope of work included removing 60,000 cubic yards of earth bunker behind the existing museum. We used this material as fill for a new drive entrance and parking lot and also installed several bio-retention ponds and a mile of site utilities.
Grading and utility project for a future Royal Farms franchise and two future lots for later development. This work included excavation of over 8,000 CY, installation of over 2,100 LF of 12͟ waterline (including a bore under Route 17, 450 LF of new sanitary sewer install, site lighting, upgraded traffic signals, stone, asphalt, and pavement markings to 3 new paved roads and a new turn lane from Route 17.
A 244 Unit apartment complex located in the Massaponax area of Southpoint, Spotsylvania County. Onsite amenities include a pool, clubhouse, service center and carwash. Our scope of work involved the export of 20,000 CY, 34,000 SF of retaining wall, storm water management, storm drain systems, utilities, walkways and parking lots. The project was completed on time with an exceptional and often aggressive build out schedule.
9,900 LF of 8’ wide mixed-use trail along Gunston Road in Lorton VA. This segment extends from Pohick Bay Golf Course to Pohick Bay Regional Park and ties into an existing trail network at Mason Neck State park. Our soup to nuts scope involved clearing, erosion, grading, asphalt paving, concrete aprons, hand rails, fences, revegetation and trail signs. The local community, joggers and cyclists are thrilled to have this new trail!
Design/Build infrastructure improvement project for the City of Fredericksburg. This project consisted of installation of over 5,900 LF of new 12" Zinc Coated waterline on Caroline Street from Amelia to the streets terminus. Throughout the installation 14 new hydrants were installed and over 190 service connections were made. This project greatly improved the water pressure to the residents and businesses as well as vastly improved the fire suppression systems in the buildings. In addition to the waterline, over 1,200 LF of sanitary sewer line was either replaced or rehabbed via CIPP.