Having begun this project last summer, we figured it was time for an update! The multimillion-dollar project will be a new location for the Spring Arbor Assisted Living Care Facilities, located at the intersection of Ritchie Highway and Rt. 648 in Severna Park. The site work includes a new Conspan bridge; new water, sewer and storm drainage systems including underdrains and fire hydrants; erosion controls; and headwalls. We’ll finish off the site with new paving and concrete to comply with SHA required road and concrete improvements. For this project, we’ve partnered with HH Hunt out of North Carolina. So far, the precast of the Conspan bridge has been installed by Commercial Rigging of Virginia and Reliable’s Paul Smith’s team. About 25% of the project has been completed up to now.
We asked Michael Abbott, the General manager of the Project Management Department, a couple of questions about the project. He said that the biggest challenge so far is the limited space and the restrictions that a wetland site presents for the equipment. “The Knights of Columbus have accommodated the new development by allowing us to use the Colubmian Center property next door as an access road. Without their assistance, this project would be all the more difficult,” he says. Abbott also gives credit to Paul Smith’s crew, giving props to their attention to detail and hard work!
Reliable would like to thank all of those involved in the project, including Tek Concrete and L&L Enterprises, and wish them good luck as they keep up the hard work in 2014!
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