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City of Atlanta Water Supply Bellwood Quarry

This project at Bellwood Quarry for the City of Atlanta Water Supply features a turnkey heavy civil scope that includes a 3,800 SF permanent soil nail wall, 3,500 SF of modular block walls, 48 16” diameter auger cast piles varying in length from 29’–38’, and site grading. Utility infrastructure includes 1,300 LF of 36” ductile iron pipe, 3,000 LF of 8” and below waterline, 1,500 LF of sanitary sewer; 3,700 LF of 24” and below reinforced concrete pipe and high-density polyethylene pipe for storm sewer, and yard piping for the pump stations (2,500 LF of 36” ductile iron pipe, 280 LF of 30” ductile iron pipe, 140 LF of 48” ductile iron pipe, 140 LF of 84” fiberglass reinforced epoxy pipe). The site finishes will consist of 12,000 SY of asphalt paving; 12,700 SF of permeable concrete paving; 6,500 LF of curb and gutter, 13,000 SF of concrete flatwork, landscaping and irrigation, fence and guardrails, site furnishings, and a rainwater harvesting pond.

State Farm Phase II

Reeves Young provided heavy civil services in support of the construction of State Farm’s new headquarters. The project included 165,000 CY of dirt hauled off and 170,000 CY of rock blasting with haul off and utility installation for a 40’ deep, 100,000 SF footprint for a four-story underground parking deck. Services provided also involved earthwork, shoring, dewatering, utilities, concrete precast culverts, MSE walls, asphalt paving, and signalization. Installation of two of GA’s largest pre-cast culverts to build a new roadway. Utility work included 400 LF of 24” sewer line, jack and bore sewer line under a six-lane parkway, storm drainage, and water lines.

760 Ralph McGill

Reeves Young is responsible for the turnkey site development on this 2,000,000 SF new construction project near the Atlanta BeltLine for Brasfield & Gorrie. The project includes heavy civil services such as erosion control, site grading, dewatering, blasting, excavation of 205,000 CY of dirt, 40,000 CY of rock, site utility installation, and intersection improvements.