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Friday, 12 February 2016 14:48

NRB – Peters Road

We constructed the site improvements on this project for NRB to build a new office and fabrication yard. Schedule was critical, since the lease on their current facility in Ephrata was about to expire. The majority of our work was performed during the winter months in order to maintain the building contractor’s schedule. Included in our scope of work was erosion and sedimentation control, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, waterline, curbing, asphalt paving and stone base installation for the fabrication yard.
Published in Commercial
Friday, 12 February 2016 14:37

Rock Lititz

The site work on this project included a very aggressive schedule to prepare a pad for construction of the 10-story Rock Lititz Studio building.  Our workincluded: site grading, utility installation, street construction, dry utilities and therestoration of the existing Santo Domingo floodplain.  This project is the first phase of construction of a 96-acre campus designed to provide bands a place to rehearse their shows prior to touring. Additional off-site work included the rehabilitation of an existing water meter pit and a 90 LF boring under PA Route 501
Published in Commercial
Wednesday, 19 December 2012 11:05

Windsor Commons Shopping Center

This project involved the installation of site infrastructure for a retail site anchored by a Giant Food Store. The site work package consisted of the following: mass grading, installation of sanitary sewer, storm sewer and waterline, curbing, paving and dry utility trenching. PennDOT improvements included widening of an existing highway, intersection reconstruction and installation of a new traffic signal.
Published in Commercial
Wednesday, 20 October 2010 19:42

Covered Bridge Marketplace

This retail development consists of a 123,000 sf Target Center with 45,000 sf of additional retail space on a 28-acre parcel. Construction of the on-site improvements on this project take place around the daily operations of an existing historic Amish Farmstead the developer decided to preserve. Covered Bridge Marketplace also requires major off-site traffic improvements to Route 30, Route 340 and Witmer Road. Additional sitework includes the installation of a water meter pit and pedestrian walkways along the perimeter of the site.
Published in Commercial