Port Clinton High School: This project consisted of the installation of 2,000 feet of 48” diameter underground storm water storage system, reconstruction of parking lots and bus drives requiring lime stabilization of the subgrade, and site waterline improvements.  This project totaled over $1,100,000.00.

Bowling Green State University – South Tunnel Renovations:  This multi-prime project included over 4,000 feet of 4”, 6”, 8” and 12” waterline with 17 connections and 2 master meter pits along with multiple completion milestones. Installation of this waterline included direction drilling and rock excavation. Daily coordination among 4 prime contractors was required to successfully complete this $ 1,200,000.00 project in less than 3 months.

Sanctuary Subdivision, Perrysburg, OH:  A continuing, multi-phase, multi-million dollar project over several years, this subdivision has included miles of sanitary sewer ranging from 9’ to 24’ deep, storm sewer ranging in sizes from 6” to 66”, 8” and 12” waterline, and roadway through open fields and heavily wooded areas.  This project has also included a 24’ deep sanitary pump station, detention ponds, 66” elliptical outflow pipe with poured in place headwalls.

Ohio Department of Transportation, Shannon Street, Van Wert, OH:  This combined sewer separation and roadway reconstruction project had us working as a subcontractor; we installed over 4,000’ of 15” and 24” mainline sanitary sewer at depths of 15’ – 17’ and included a 150’ casing bore under an existing, active railroad and over 2,400 feet of 8” and 10” waterline.

Brinthaven, Sylvania, OH:  Located in a populated, existing residential subdivision, this project consisted of removing nearly 12,000 square yards of existing concrete pavement with integral curb, roadway excavation, curb and gutter, driveway approaches, walks and improvements to sanitary and storm sewer and waterline.  This project was accomplished while maintaining access to homeowner and apartment building driveways.