An 861 acre master planned community in Stafford, Virginia including 1827 homes and 285 acres of open space with trails. Virginia Construction Company has cleared 500 acres, excavated 6,000,000 CY of dirt, installed 61 miles of utility pipe, built 3 regional ponds and constructed over 17 miles of curbed roads and alleyways. The 1.8 mile extension of Mine Road included Virginia’s first VDOT Geosynthetic Soil Reinforcement (GRS) Integrated Bridge System (IBS) that spanned an environmentally sensitive wetland area.
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LIDL Distribution Warehouse
VCC partnered with the Owner and its general contractor to complete the 60 acre fast-tracked project on time and within budget. In order to meet project’s schedule and deliver the 20-acre pad site, Virginia Construction Company cleared 60 acres, excavated 400,000 CY of dirt and installed associated utility pipe in a 45 day period. Prior to completion of the project, VCC was contracted to perform the sitework for Lidl’s first ever store in the US, also located in Spotsylvania, Va.
A 188 acre mixed use community in Spotsylvania, Virginia that includes over 500 single family & townhomes, a multi-family component, commercial pad sites and an a 30 acre park with a boat ramp. Located along the Rappahannock River & Ruffin’s Pond, the high-profile & environmentally sensitive project presented challenges with soil & water conditions that were overcome by detailed supervision and quality equipment operators. The project entailed 1,000,000 CY of excavation, installation of 70,000 LF of utility pipe, 39,000 LF of curb, 45,000 TN of stone base and 26,000 TN of asphalt.
Virginia Construction Company has partnered with Luck Stone to move millions of cubic yards of overburden at numerous central & northern Virginia plants, enabling the quarries to more efficiently mine their stone. Our MSHA & Virginia DMM certified crews meet or exceed required training & certification to perform work on mine sites in Virginia. At Luck’s Bull Run plant, VCC also constructed the 1.3 mile relocation of Gum Springs Road, providing access to reserves previously inaccessible to their operations.