In February of 2020, RAM Realty contracted Carolina Civilworks for the Elliot Storage Design a.k.a. Booker Creek Expansion & Greenway project. This job included complete site erosion control, earthwork, a constructed wetland, retaining walls, deep foundations, a pedestrian bridge and new greenway extension for the Town of Chapel Hill. Also included were various storm drain improvements, CIP concrete work and landscaping.
National home builder KB Home and their consultant – TerraTech Engineers – awarded CCI this project in the summer of 2017. We were tasked with repairing slopes in multiple locations of the Phillips Place neighborhood in Cary. The designated method of repair was the installation of several gabion walls to help prevent any future erosion concerns around the already occupied homes. The scope of work in our contract included misc. erosion control measures, grading, installation of 6 separate rip-rap gabion walls as well as replacement of homeowner’s sod & landscaping. Key subcontractors on this project included Southeastern Erosion Control & Southern Garden.
At CCI, we pride ourselves on our relationships with customers and believe that is evidenced by the amount of repeat business we are fortunate enough to see. This job at the University of North Carolina was no exception. We were contracted to deliver a complete site package to the owner for 2 new practice fields and associated structures to be utilized by the soccer and field hockey teams. Work included erosion control measures, clearing & grubbing, grading, domestic and irrigation water services, fencing, CIP concrete, landscaping and electrical. Also included were a masonry kick wall, elevated steel coaching platforms and a wood framed shelter. Key subcontractors on this project were Boone Masonry, Frye Fencing, Summit Coastal, Phase III Electric, Quate Industrial and Southeastern Erosion Control.