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Junction Industrial Park Pond Retrofit Project - Howard County, MD

Howard County Maryland – Department of Public Works, Bureau of Environmental Services improved a stormwater management pond adjacent to 10000 Junction Drive in Savage by removing the existing 30-inch spillway bituminous coated corrugated metal pipe and replaced it with a large concrete riser and two 84-inch principal spillway reinforced concrete pipes. The pond will ultimately...
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20x8 Segmental Box Culvert - IFB 157785 Route 610 - Augusta County, VA

The Salem Precast plant produced 36 Linear Feet of 20’ x 8’ precast segmental box culvert for the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Staunton District. The “clam shell” segmental box culvert was installed In Augusta County Va. on June 14 &15 by the Verona Bridge Crew, Staunton District VDOT. Six of the precast segments were delivered...
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Rep. John Joyce, M.D. (PA-13) and Mayor Ben Thomas tour the Greencastle Facility

Rep. John Joyce, M.D. (PA-13) and Mayor Ben Thomas (Greencastle, PA) joined the Greencastle Precast Team for a plant tour this week. We had a great discussion about our buried infrastructure and the important role that it plays in making modern civilization possible. Special “Thank You” to Nancy C. Bull, District Director, and the rest...
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George Nice & Sons - Project Discovery (Lego) Chesterfield County, VA

CP&P is currently providing products for the Phase 1 portion of Lego’s US$1 billion investment to build a new factory in Chesterfield County, Virginia. Over 4,000 liner feet of RCP ranging from 42” Diameter to 72” Diameter and numerous large diameter precast concrete structures are part of this phase of the project. George Nice &...
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Isle of Palms Phase 3 Drainage Project - Charleston County, SC

As part of the Isle of Palms Phase 3 Drainage Project in Charleston County, SC, Thomas & Hutton designed a storm drain system at the intersection of 30th Ave and Waterway Blvd. The system included several drainage inlets and manholes, a run of triple 48” Diameter Concrete Pipe that connected to a run of 87...
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Two Years Safe Celebration Charleston Pipe

The Charleston Pipe plant team enjoyed a Celebration of Safety on May 19 at The Alley in downtown Charleston, SC. The activity recognized the plant passing 2 years without a recordable injury. That feat takes a lot of caring and attention, and it was time to acknowledge that and celebrate. Congratulations Team Charleston!
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Platinum Safety Team

On May 16th and 17th the Platinum Safety Team conducted the 2nd Safety Audit of the year, and this time they were at Martinsburg Precast plant in West Virginia. We started the day off attending a well led safety meeting with the Martinsburg team that included an introduction of our new Continuous Improvement leader, Mark...
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Albert Simons Center for the Arts - Charleston, SC

As part of the multi-million dollar renovation to the Albert Simons Center for the Arts, located on St. Philip Street in the heart of the College of Charleston campus, CP&P’s Summerville Precast plant provided a Box Culvert style “Storm-Pass” system to Gulf Stream Construction for the project’s underground storm water management. Because of the very...
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Ed Eagle presented Robert Woodward Memorial Career Safety Award

Ed Eagle, Director of HSE & HR at Concrete Pipe & Precast was presented Robert Woodward Memorial Career Safety Award on April 19 in Chantilly, Virginia at the Heavy Construction Contractors Association (HCCA) Safety Night. This award is presented annually to recognize the career success of an exemplary safety professional each year. The award recognizes...
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Concrete artificial reefs bolster Santee Cooper Lakes’ ecosystems

In a combined effort to protect the underwater ecosystem, encourage fishing and grow tourism, the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Santee Cooper Country and concrete companies have partnered to create artificial reefs for lakes Marion and Moultrie in SC. On Tuesday, April 11, the last 110 concrete pipe sections (provided by CP&P) were dropped...
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