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Concrete Pipe & Precast Increases Capacity in Response to Record Demand

The second half of 2021 saw an unexpected increase in demand for concrete pipe in the Mid-Atlantic Region. This demand for RCP increased at a faster rate than ever recorded and all signs indicate that the demand is expected to continue. Although the three CP&P Mid-Atlantic pipe facilities produced 11% more concrete pipe in 2021...
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Morehead Self Storage retain-it Durham, NC

Bobby Currin & Sons recently began their installation of the City of Durham, North Carolina’s second Retain-it modular storm water system. This retain-it installation for the Morehead Self Storage project started the week of December 20th and is scheduled to be completed early January. The retain-it system includes modules for use as a sediment pool...
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Ruth B. Swann Memorial Park Stream Restoration - Charles County, MD

Environmental Quality Resources recently installed a triple cell run of 4’ span x 4’6” rise precast reinforced box culvert to replace a failing corrugated metal culvert as part of their Ruth B. Swann Memorial Park Stream Restoration project in Charles County, MD. The triple cell precast box culvert sections were produced in CP&P’s Martinsburg Facility...
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Joint Base Andrews - Sink Hole Repair

Because of a sinkhole that developed on the airfield at Joint Base Andrews in Prince Georges County, Maryland, Asher Construction Inc. took on an emergency repair project requiring 160 Liner Feet of Special Design 84 inch Diameter RCP (Reinforced Concrete Pipe). CP&P’s Jessup facility produced the Special 84 inch Diameter Pipe, meeting their needed delivery...
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Retain-it Detention system - CVS - Poquoson, VA

Bryant’s Excavation Inc. is installing their first retain-it modular stormwater system for the new CVS store on Wythe Creek Road in Poquoson, VA. The system consists of 34 each 3’ tall (inside) inverted retain-it modules with slab tops. The detention system stores 5670 CF of water, has an internal weir wall / baffle outlet control...
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Newport News Transportation Center

CP&P recently partnered with Basic Construction (Phase 1) and Allan Myers (Phase 2 & 3) to supply concrete pipe & precast structures for the City of Newport News’ Transportation Center Project. This project will create a regional multimodal transportation hub for enhanced passenger rail service in Newport News and will be a component of a...
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Montgomery St. Residences - Savannah, GA (retain-it Infiltration System)

Eastern Excavating recently installed a 68 unit stacked retain-it modular stormwater system for the Montgomery Street Residences Project in Savannah, GA. The stacked infiltration system stores 15,885 CF, had notched weir/baffle outlet control, access manholes, and was approved by the City of Savannah. System was set in two days while dodging Tropical Storm Elsa.
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CP&P Employee and New Hire Referral Incentive Program

CP&P’s “Employee and New Hire Referral Incentive” program provides cash earnings for both the ‘recruiting’ employee as well as the ‘newly hired’ employee! The program requires that both employees meet attendance (max points allowed), safety (zero safety incidents/ injuries) and write- up (zero disciplinary actions) criteria in order to qualify at each of three stages-...
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Moxy by Marriott – Charleston, SC (retain-it Detention System)

Construction Professionals Inc. recently installed a 14 unit retain-it modular stormwater system for the Moxy by Marriott Project in Charleston, SC. The detention system holds 2,503 CF, had orifice outlet control, access manholes, and was approved by the City of Charleston. Excavators were used to set the retain-it units, (heaviest pick only 11,000 +/- lbs.)
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VDOT’s I-64 / High Rise Bridge Project

Construction on VDOT’s I-64 High Rise Bridge project began during the summer of 2018 and is expected to be completed by December 2022. This Design-Build project was awarded to the Granit-Parsons-Corman team with an approximate construction cost of $409.6 million. VDOT determined a design-build contracting approach would expedite delivery of the I-64 High Rise Bridge...
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