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Retreat at Harrisonburg, VA

Poised as brand new offsite student housing for James Madison University, The Retreat at Harrisonburg required the addition of a Water Boosting Station in order to maintain sufficient water pressure to each of the new housing units because of the various inclines and elevations throughout the development. While the team at Landmark Properties wrapped up...
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Five Years together

August 4, 2017, we celebrated Five Years together as “Concrete Pipe and Precast, LLC.” We want to take a moment to thank everyone who contributed to the successful joining of different cultures and many backstories into a group that is proud of its heritage and focused on its primary goal of being the preferred supplier...
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PERFECT Monolithic Manhole - Now Available

The PERFECT Monolithic Manhole is now available from our Ashland Virginia facility. “The computerized layout and formwork create a consistency unlike any other manhole channel.” Computer aided design and layout captures the required data for each manhole. Computer guided fabrication provides a precise formwork for pipe angles and invert channels. Precision steel molds mate with...
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Brix and Columns Vineyards at Six Penny Farm - McGaheysville, VA

Situated just off of Route 33, in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, Brix and Columns Vineyards at Six Penny Farm is destined to be a gorgeous attraction. Located on a very private 160-acre farm, its stunning Jeffersonian home is set on an expansive open lawn where one can enjoy views of the Blue Ridge...
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Lower Tuscarora Creek Wastewater Pumping - Leesburg, VA

With the increased development planned on the east side of Leesburg, Virginia, a large sanitary sewer pumping station situated adjacent to Tuscarora Creek was required to handle the increased burden of wastewater expected with the proposed development. Dewberry Consultants, LLC designed the pumping station for the Town of Leesburg. WG Construction Co of Manassas, Virginia...
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Goochland Fire Station Number 6 - Goochland, VA

Goochland’s Fire Station Number Six is situated just a stone’s throw off of Interstate 64, about halfway between the cities of Richmond and Charlottesville Virginia. Increased development flowing westward into Goochland County from the Short Pump area has seen additional housing and new residents moving into the area. As a primary component of the Fire...
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Job Shadowing Day - Summerville, SC

We had the pleasure to welcome Cheyenne Minus and Alex Neblett to our facility Friday, February 17 for Job Shadowing Day in Summerville, SC! Cheyenne shadowed Lisa in Dispatch and Connor in Engineering as well as spent time with Mary & Katrina. Each Lady spent time with her going over what they do for the...
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Hiatt Run Apartments - Frederick County, VA

Owner: Frederick County Sanitation Authority Contractor: Perry Engineering Co., Inc. Engineer: Painter-Lewis, P.L.C. Design Information: End Suction Lift Station – fully assembled by Clear Flow by Concrete Pipe & Precast including the electrical install with SCADA systems. Installation Information: The precast concrete wet well is first installed and backfilled to grade by the site contractor....
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I-64 Widening (Segment 1) Newport News, VA

To provide immediate congestion relief and to allow for more travel lanes during a possible evacuation, the first segment of Interstate 64 widening in Newport News consists of approximately 5.6 miles, from west of Route 143, Jefferson Avenue (Exit 255) to just east of Route 238, Yorktown Road (Exit 247). This corridor ties into an...
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10th Street Realignment Roanoke, VA

Anytime a roadway project is proposed, the issue of increased storm water runoff must be handled with appropriate SWM best practices. Oftentimes, an urban realignment is extremely challenging because of existing property limits and the nuisances associated with SWM ponds and methods typically used for rural roadway construction. The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) was...
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