Spring is going to be a busy time for us this year. We have a few different upcoming projects in the works that we’re excited to share with you. Spring is the time of year for new beginnings and change. We’re excited for a strong start to spring and summer!
- Soller’s Point elementary school – Every school needs a good place for students to get some fun exercise in. For Soller’s point, we’ll be installing a new basketball court for the students, as well as doing some asphalt paving and patching repairs.
- Longfellow Elementary – A rubberized play court gives students somewhere to play that is safe as well as fun. We’ll be installing this type of play court at Longfellow. We’ll be doing patches and paving there as well.
- NARDI Construction – This job is government commissioned. We’ll be installing new sediment controls for them, which includes a basin conversion. We’ll also be doing both heavy duty and light duty asphalt paving as well as some curb and gutter work.
- Kaplan’s Purchase for Cossentio Contractor’s Inc – We’ll be doing site development for this job. It’s going to include a large amount of sediment control as well as storm water management.
- Villas at Waugh Chapel – This project is very exciting for us since it’s right in our neighborhood. We’ll be working on site development for this new residential development next door to our corporate office. It’s going to be a very big project that will keep us busy well through the spring – and provide the easiest commute ever for our crews.
We’re excited to get these projects off the ground and start another exciting spring at Reliable Contracting!
If you have any questions about Reliable Spring Projects, please contact Anne Arundel County’s largest site-work contractor today by calling 410-987-0313 or visit our website. You can also follow Reliable Contracting on Google+ and Linkedin!
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