Establishing and maintaining necessary measures to ensure vegetative growth and prevent unwanted erosion and silting of the job site.
Removal of necessary trees, vegetation and debris in order to complete construction.
The cutting and filling of dirt on an existing site to achieve the engineered grades per project plans.
Building Pads – Mass excavation includes construction of any building pads on the plans
Rock Excavation – Mass excavation includes any rock milling and/or hammering required to achieve necessary grades.
Installation of storm pipe and structures for the capturing and conveyance of water to maintain drainage on the site.
Water Quality Ponds – Drainage improvements includes construction of any detention, sedimentation, filtration or wet ponds as required by the governing entity for the holding and/or filtering of storm drainage from the site, before and storm water is discharged back to natural ground.
Wet & Dry Utilities
Wet utilities includes the installation of any water and wastewater services required to serve the site. Dry utilities include the installation of any electric, gas, data and telecom services required to serve the site.
Street Lighting – Dry utilities (specifically electric) would include the installation of any street lighting, as required, for any site.
Establishing elevation and required densities of natural grade below any street construction. This also includes any stabilization of the subgrade as required by the plans or Geotech recommendations.
The installation and compaction of a low plasticity, select material for street construction, per the required grade and thicknesses of the design criteria.
The construction of curb & gutter, valley gutters, sidewalks, ADA ramps, etc. as required by the plans.
Concrete Structures – Site concrete includes any structures (retaining walls, pond walls, drainage structures, etc.) as required per plans.
The placement and compaction of Hot Mix Asphaltic Concrete as a finished surface for road or parking construction, per the required grade and thicknesses of the design criteria.