PROJECTS : 2022

2022 Projects

These are the projects that we did in the year 2022. The projects are categorized by the year that we started the contract. If you are looking for a project that you thought might have been done in this year, check the year before and it could have been started then. A lot of our projects can last for more than a year and we also start projects towards the end of the year and they do carry over. Enjoy the projects descriptions and pictures. Since this is a new website we are still continuing to add pictures from past projects once we have scanned them to add them to the site. So if a project you are looking for doesn't have any pictures come back later to see if they have been added. Leave us a comment, in our Contact section of this site, about a project you would like to see pictures of and we will try to do those first.

Montebello Condo Association Community Trail Rebuild
Location:  Alexandria, Virginia

May 2021 to current

Project Description:

Montebello Condo Association
This project was for the complete rebuild of the community trail at the  Montebello Condominium Complex in Alexandria Virginia.  This project included the replacement of old wooden steps with new steps, the addition of more wooden steps, the installation of puncheon walkways to allow for water to pass under the trail, the installation of new round metal handrails, the relocation of some areas of the trail to provide a better grade and the placement of compacted gravel along the entire trail.  This trail is in a community of mostly retired individuals and special consideration had to be taken into account.

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Wildwood Park Trail Rehabilitation

Location:  Radford, Virginia

TBD

Project Description:

Wildwood Park Trail
This project is for the reconstruction of a trail in Wildwood Park that we built in 2001.

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Heritage Trail
Location:  Mainsville, Ohio

May 2021 to current

Project Description:

Heritage Trail
This project is for the construction of a community trail that will have a couple small stream crossings and be gravelled for safety.

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