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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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Dine & Learn - After Hours Educational / Networking Event

The team at SeamonWhiteside in Mount Pleasant, SC allowed CP&P to hold a “Dine and Learn” after hours educational/networking event in their office parking lot. Two tractor trailers of precast pipe and product including a retain-it stormwater modular detention section, precast manhole sections, a pond outlet structure, round and elliptical pipe, a precast light pole...
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Pipeline Installation Training

The technical marketing team in South Carolina provided a half-day training on Pipeline Installation at Trident Technical College in Charleston, SC. Over 70 local stakeholders attended the training including attendees from multiple engineering firms, local contractors and several of the surrounding counties. Topics included: Overview of Pipe and Soil Science Fundamentals, Transportation, Unloading and Handling...
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Prince William County Adult Detention Center

ClearFlow had the opportunity to upgrade an existing Bar Screen Vault to a Comminutor Vault for the Prince William County Adult Detention Center. The upgrade reduces maintenance on the line by adding a shredder for solids. The Contractor blocked off the Bar Screen Vault, cleaned it out and removed the Bar Screen, then added the...
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Barnwell Regional Airport - Pipe Replacement

Barnwell Regional Airport is a General Aviation Airport owned and operated by Barnwell County, SC. The Airport was originally constructed in 1942 by the US Army Air Corps and used as a training base for B-25 bombers during World War II. A section of HDPE (flexible plastic) drainage pipe between two of the airport’s hangers...
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NPCA Precast Show Awards

The National Precast Concrete Association (NPCA) held The Precast Show Awards Luncheon in New Orleans on May 20, 2021. The highlight of the day was the introduction of the Master Precaster Class of 2021, punctuated by our own Anthony Jackson from Dunn, NC! Anthony was one of 23 honorees who completed the curriculum from Precast...
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MD 32 Widening Project

The MD 32 Widening Project in Howard County, MD consists of 242 Linear Feet of Double Monolithic 10’ x 9’ Precast Box Culvert. The Martinsburg Precast Plant produced these in 60 sections, with the heaviest section weighing over 27 tons. The project also included 206 Linear Feet of 6’x7’ Precast Box Culvert & 198 Linear...
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VDOT Route 10 Bermuda Triangle

Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) project for Route 10 in Chesterfield County required 136 LF of Single Precast 8’x5’ Box Culvert in a Quad Line (Four Cells.) Because there would be less that 2’ of fill over the box culvert, VDOT required the use of Corrosion Resistant Reinforcing (CRR) steel. The layout also required 30...
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Wilkinson Boulevard Sinkhole Repair

Just before the break for the holidays, on December 21st CP&P was contacted by grading and utility contractor J. L. Raper Corporation out of Statesville, NC.  They were just awarded an emergency sinkhole repair project located at the Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools Bus Terminal Parking Lot on Wilkinson Boulevard just outside of downtown Charlotte, NC.  The...
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Five Forks Road Culvert

Tropical storms are often blamed for collapsed roadways, however many times a large rain event like a tropical storm is merely the “final straw” in a series of issues leading up to a critical culvert failure. The flexible pipe culvert that recently failed in the Lake Smith/Haygood area of Virginia Beach was one such example,...
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