616 Oberlin was a multi-family project in Raleigh that provided 207 residential units on prime real estate within walking distance of Cameron Village. CCI was selected as the site contractor for the project and is responsible for all erosion control, earthwork, site utilities, asphalt paving, curb & gutter, concrete sidewalks and paving, striping, signage and traffic control, including a multi-phased pedestrian control plan. Due to the site constraints and the amount of cast-in-place foundation walls splitting footprint of the building, the grading on this project had to be performed in multiple phases. An initial mass excavation produced approximately 20,000 CY of material – half of which was exported, while the other half was stockpiled onsite to eliminate import costs. The stockpile material will serve as backfill for the large foundation walls once complete. In order to provide a safe excavation for the concrete foundations to be installed, approximately 1400 SF of temporary shoring via a driven bar system was utilized on the northern boundary of the site. The water and sewer utilities serving the project required a total of 3 taps in Oberlin Road and another 3 in Daniels Street. Also associated with this project is an offsite sewer replacement on Smallwood Drive which will require both traffic control and by-pass pumping operations.