Projects

W.C. Spratt, Inc. has grown for 92 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

UMW Dahlgren Education & Research Center

2011

Total sitework for a new 40,000 SF academic building in King George County including of 7.5 AC clearing, erosion control, 41,145 CY rough grading w/import, 1,200’ of watermain and appurtenances, 912’ sanitary sewer, storm water management, duplex pump station, site concrete and paving.

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Pender Camp Fort AP Hill

2011

Design/Build project consisting of 1,500' of sanitary sewer, 6 manholes and appurtenances, 1,000' sanitary force main, 3,750' of 8" water, Grinder Pump Station, Two 50,000 gallon water tanks with concrete foundations and SCADA.

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Repair Valves & Fire Hydrants on Mainside at Marine Corps Base

2011

Remove and replace valves, hydrants and water transmission mains throughout the marine corps base mainside. The important project seamlessly eliminated Gordian knots from the WWII water infrastructure in Quantico.

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Aquia Wastewater Pump Station

2011

Demolition and restoration of existing pump station including 26 ft deep x 10 ft diameter wet well, valve vault, control building and replacement of gravity sewer and structures.

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807 Quantico Sewer Replacement

2009-2010

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.

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