Underground Utilities

When we began operations in 1977, underground utility construction was our core business and it remains true today. We are involved in the installation of sewer, water, and storm sewer systems as well as wastewater treatment lagoons and sewer lift stations. We also have experience dealing with high groundwater, rock excavation, and heavy traffic congestion.

We have a wide range of equipment to match our employees’ capabilities. We can install a small water main using mini-excavators or complete a deep sewer interceptor project using advanced trench shoring solutions and large excavators. No project is too small or complex. In fact, we like the complex projects the most.

Sanitary Sewer

A system of underground pipes that carries sewage from bathrooms, sinks, kitchens, and other plumbing components to a wastewater treatment plant where it is filtered, treated and discharged.

Water Main

An underground pipe that delivers water to the customer’s service pipe.


An underground conduit for carrying off drainage water and waste matter.

Directional Drilling

The practice of controlling the direction and deviation of a wellbore to a predetermined underground target or location using trenchless technology.

Concrete Structures

Since 1980, we’ve been building concrete structures for highways, county roads, wastewater treatment plants, and flood control projects. We’ve installed box culverts for DOTs, flood control gate structures for the Corp of Engineers, and water reservoirs for municipalities. Our concrete structure experience includes sheet pile installation and the use of various types of forming systems including EFCO, Symons, and custom-built wood forms.

We pride ourselves on building structures that look good and stand the test of time.

Storm Sewer Structures

A reinforced concrete structure providing an alternative solution to drain pipes.

Box Culverts

A concrete structure providing an access point for storm water to enter a drainage system.

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