Fairmont Heights High School

Fairmont Heights High School

From foundation work for academic buildings and offices, to the athletic fields and facilities, Total Civil Construction completed the transformation of the site to a best-in-class public school campus. Total Civil Construction company leaders establish relationships with community groups and local officials to clearly manage expectations and ensure that our company takes appropriate measures to mitigate any issues and address concerns for residents and property-owners in the vicinity of our projects. When blizzard conditions hit the DC Metro area, our experienced project management and labor teams worked to adjust excavation sequencing and to re-prioritized tasks to meet timelines. To prevent run-off and localized flooding from restructured earthwork, the project selected Rotondo's StormPod® precast system. As the largest installation of this type in the DC Metropolitan Area, Total Civil Construction had the talent, the technology, and dedicated crew to plan, set-up, and execute. The Fairmont Heights HS project is an accomplishment - for the company and for the community. This project earned Total Civil Construction a nomination for the 2018 WBC (Washington Building Congress) Craftsmanship Award.
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WMATA Andrews Federal Center Bus Garage

WMATA Andrews Federal Center Bus Garage

Significantly expanding service and maintenance capacity for the capital region's commuter transit equipment, WMATA Andrews Federal Center Bus Garage is one Total Civil Construction's largest utilities installations.
Our part of the overall project scope includes clearing, earthwork, and utilities installations (storm, sewer, and industrial waste). When complete, the facility will include a 293,000 square foot maintenance, repair, and parking facility for the WMATA fleet with a separate fuel/wash building. Rainwater harvesting, filtration systems, storm drainage, sanitary sewer and industrial waste management...all of these require collaboration and coordination with contractors from other trades to ensure that critical path benchmarks are met and that quality standards are never compromised.
This project has been submitted to the U.S. Green Building Council seeking LEED Gold Certification.
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Penn Daw

Penn Daw

Total Civil Construction provides the foundation and infrastructure required to transform a decaying commercial property into a family-friendly community. The scope included surface and foundation demolition, earthwork and backfill as well as the installation of both wet and dry utility conduits. The project involved construction in the newly created space as well as hooking up underground utilities beneath existing streets in the surrounding area. A steep slope on the edge of the site was graded to support installation of a two-tiered storm drainage system. Construction of the retaining wall served a significant value-addition: enhancing stability for the re-worked plot, minimizing environmental impact on the adjacent woodlands, and providing a safety barrier for the neighborhood.
Total Civil Construction crews and subcontractors complete the project with curbing, gutters, sidewalks, private asphalt roads, and common area amenities. All in all: a Total transformation.
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Muirkirk Pond

Muirkirk Pond

Muirkirk Pond was a retrofit project requiring massive excavation. Exporting more than 120,500 cubic yards of dirt, Total Civil Construction's skilled project team applied ecological and logistical expertise to the environmental restoration and expansion project.
Beginning with construction of the access road for trucking operations was critical for creating safe conditions for clearing and excavating operations.
Despite weather-related challenges that affected conditions, earthwork and construction phases continued on schedule. In a year when the state experienced higher than average rainfall, the function and capacity of installed storm drainage systems for the Muirkirk Pond project worked as intended.
Each phase required a careful balance of minimizing adverse effects to existing natural habitat while safely meeting and managing needs for future development.
Monday, January 28, 2019/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (206)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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MD2/4  Fox Run

MD2/4 Fox Run

At Total Civil Construction, we know that public works are ALL about safety.
Due to increased traffic and ongoing planned development, this stretch of state highway was due for expansion: widening the route to provide three (3) through lanes, adding continuous auxiliary and bike lanes in both directions as well as creating a raised median. The scope includes ADA pavement upgrades, utilities, run-off and drainage installations, and environmental restoration of an existing stream.
For this crowded stretch of highway, minimizing the number of days that drivers are affected by construction delays was a priority for the community. Known for bringing technological expertise and value-engineering to infrastructure projects,Total Civil Construction deserves its reputation for delivering results within budget and on time.
At Total Civil Construction our experienced engineers, project teams, and field crews know that constructing transportation systems and simultaneously preserving eco-systems is among the most significant value propositions we bring to the table.
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