Site work for a 150 townhome development, including - clearing and grubbing of over 14 acres; demolition of existing parking lot; installation of a 400 foot turn lane on a busy highway; earthwork grading of over 120,000 SY; installation of 5,000 LF of storm sewer, 10,000 LF of sewer, 8,000 LF of waterline; installation of a 10,000 SF BMP with a clay core, gabion baskets, rip rap, plantings, Vortech System; oversaw installation of roadways, curb and gutter, striping/signage and sidewalks; oversaw installation of a 1,000 LF of retaining walls and sod.
This project is a turnkey site and utility project for the development of 156 lots in a single-family residential golf course community; the community is active with over 1,000 homes already occupied. Project included significant erosion control measures; 43 acres of clearing and grubbing; 3 – BMPS and 2 – focal points; installation of over 1,500 LF of storm sewer and 115 accompanying storm structures; installation of over 10,000 LF of sewer and 51 structures; installation of approximately 2,000 LF of off-site sewer across wetland areas; installation of over 10,000 LF of waterline; movement of over 200,000 CY of dirt; grading of 220,000 SY; installation of accompanying roadways, roll top curb, golf cart paths, retaining walls, etc.
This $4.5 million multi-phase project included demolition, storm drainage, sanitary sewer, BMPs, 1,500 LF of new roadway, and several expansive parking lots. All work was completed on an active campus with proper traffic control to ensure no interruption to medical center operations.
Part of a $20 million football stadium expansion, this project involved demolition, excavation of retaining walls building pad preparation, grading, concrete curbs and sidewalks, as well as asphalt paving. Unique challenges that were presented included a deep gravity sewer, a complex water main and fire line system, storm drainage, and extensive erosion control due to the proximity of the historic college campus.
This project involved the installation of multiple BMPs on the Fort Lee military base, including over 200 feet of dry swales, several bio retention ponds, several pocket sand filters, and over 300 LF of perimeter sand vaults.
This project featured site and utility work for the construction of a Lidl grocery store, including heavy demolition of above ground structures and underground storage tanks, demolition and relocation of existing utilities, installation of water, sewer and storm packages. In addition, LaRS installed a bio retention facility and conducted heavy earthwork and large site grading.