WestRock Outfall Pipe Replacement & Shipping Trailer Lot

Published by Hank Gottschalk

J.S.G. Corporation recently completed The Outfall Pipe Replacement and Shipping Trailer Lot project for WestRock in King William County, VA. The drainage on the project consisted of new 42 inch diameter reinforced concrete (RCP) outfall pipe and structures as well as approximately 600 linear feet of new 42 inch diameter pipe to serve as storm water detention under the parking lot. The storm water detention pipe was originally specified to be HDPE (plastic pipe) however the team at J.S.G. convinced the owner to switch the 42 inch diameter plastic pipe to reinforced concrete pipe.

Gary M. Massie, Manager at J.S.G. Corporation shared “We worked to convince the owner to change about 600 plus feet in the parking lot detention system from HDPE to concrete. Then you had your shortage of material. Once we had the order secured, you and your team went to work and were able to deliver all the RCP pipe and keep the project on schedule. We appreciate CP&P finding a way to keep this project on schedule. We know it was not easy.”

J.S.G. Corporation is a civil contracting firm, founded on Safety, Quality, and Integrity. Owned by the Massie family, the business is focused on developing relationships of trust with their employees, vendors and customers.

WestRock is an American corrugated packaging company. It was formed in July 2015 after the merger of MeadWestvaco and RockTenn. WestRock is the 2nd largest American packaging company.

In a recent email the project manager for WestRock stated: “I want to thank J.S.G. for the excellent work during construction of the new Shipping Trailer Parking Lot. The attention to detail is outstanding, both in the field and project administration. True professionalism from start to finish. Everyone was a pleasure to work with and made the project enjoyable.”