With Conti Civil’s ability to quickly mobilize to our regions of operations, via our two regional equipment facilities, Conti Civil has performed many site development projects with demanding schedules such as elementary schools, college campuses, distribution facilities, and urban redevelopment projects.
This project is the construction of a segment of the Walnut Creek Greenway, which will connect from the existing Walnut Creek Greenway at Trailwood Drive to NCSU Centennial Campus in Raleigh.
As part of the Ephesus Church/Fordham District renewal, transportation improvements in the district have been implemented over multiple phases to address bicycle, pedestrian, auto, and transit concerns.
The Greek Village Phase 4 Infrastructure Project is a sitework package for NC State University that will allow the construction of two more Greek Life homes as well as a clubhouse. The project consists of two adjacent sites; the Northeast Quadrant and the Southwest Quadrant.
Conti worked with the NJDEP to help reach that goal by capping 19 acres of the 65-acre landfill. The project team relocated existing garbage and waste, excavated 17,500 cubic yards of waste and earth and installed 22,000 square yards of erosion control, 300 linear feet of storm water discharge pipe and 150 linear feet of monitoring wells, in addition to constructing an access road.
The closure of Meadowlands 85-acrew landfill included a soil cap as a part of the AHA’s remediation efforts. The landfill included an impermeable soil layer, residential clean fill material, topsoil and landscaping.
Conti’s work consisted of site preparation activities, installation of the balance of a site wide leachate transport system and perimeter engineering controls.