Check out photos from some of our recent projects below.

Atlee Road Extension

Client: Hanover County   •    Value: $16 million
Began construction March 2017   •    Completed construction October 2018

Project Details

  • 280,000 yards of borrow
  • 137 foot bridge over Buckingham Branch railroad
  • “Tunnel archway” structure for Cool Springs Road
  • Major drainage structures
  • 14 inch 105 foot long concrete piling
  • MSE walls
  • Utilize stone dust from Martin Marietta for borrow material to maintain schedule due to wet summer and winter months
  • 12 inch force main sewer line switch without disruption of existing service in use.
  • Major traffic detour and phasing
  • Maintain relations with Buckingham Branch railroad with use of railroad flagman

Major Subcontractors and Suppliers

  • D.W. Cary – hauling material
  • Southern Transport – hauling material
  • S.B. Cox – Concrete, housing demolition, roll of service
  • Devcon – asphalt milling and asphalt placement
  • G.L. Howard – water and sewer utilities
  • Spanish Quality Concrete – curb and gutter, side walk
  • Spivey Pavement Markings
  • Yard Works – land clearing
  • A & P Guardrail
  • BrookHill Electrical – stop light
  • Martin Marietta – stone aggregate
  • Hi Steel – structural steel for bridge
  • New Form Supply and Americast – Concrete pipe
  • Sine Wall – MSE walls

Route 205: Mattox Creek

Client: VDOT (Virginia Department of Transportation)   •    Value: $5.4 million
Began construction July 2014   •    Completed construction February 2016 (Five months ahead of schedule)

Project Details

  • Four phases of construction planned initially. Completed in two phases of construction to save VDOT time and money.
  • Two phase bridge construction
  • Maintained traffic on one lane bridge with temporary traffic stop lights
  • 1,700 feet of 10inch sewer force-main under Mattox creek
  • Work with VDOT Environmental and Corps of Engineers to allow access for construction of new bridge and removal of old structure
  • Relocation of distribution and transmission electrical line for Dominion Power
  • 3,700 tons of light weight aggregate, volcanic rock for approach embankment
  • 24 inch concrete piling
  • Stainless steel rebar

Major Subcontractors and Suppliers

  • Devcon Paving – milling and asphalt placement
  • C.W. Wright Construction – Dominion electrical line placement
  • Rod Busters – rebar placement
  • Atlantic Metro Cast – Concrete piling and Bulb “T” Beam fabrication
  • Down Below – 10 Inch sewer bore
  • Stalite, Gold Hill North Carolina – light weight aggregate for approach embankment
  • R.W. Conklin Steel – sheet piling and H piling
  • Transcon Supply – rebar
  • Chaney enterprises inc - concrete

Chandlers Mill Pond Restoration

Client: Department of Game and Inland Fisheries  •    Value: $4.8 million
Currently in construction

Project Details

  • New overflow spillway
  • New fish ladder
  • New earthwork embankment