This project for Brasfield & Gorrie involved a comprehensive heavy civil scope including demolition of the existing parking lot and hardscapes, mass grading and fine grading, and installation of underground water, sanitary sewer, and stormwater systems. The work performed on this site supported the development of a $126 million 62,825 SF four-story emergency department — the state’s busiest — which has the capacity to treat 185,000 people annually.
This 30-acre new soccer training complex involved the construction of three artificial and three natural turf fields. Reeves Young self-performed the grading, moving over 200,000 CY of dirt on the site. The project also included the installation of storm, sanitary, and water lines, 10,000 LF of 8”–36” pipe, and 1,000 LF of 48”–60” storm drainage pipe. Hardscape and landscape designs were also implemented, including walls, sidewalks, a fountain, an irrigation system, and parking lot paving.
Reeves Young completed two projects for the landfill which receives all residential trash for Dekalb County, Georgia. The first project included 4,200 LF of access road grading and paving 84” and 96” diameter storm drain installation, customer drop-off area improvements, a 7-acre stormwater detention pond, office trailer, picnic shelter, vehicle tire wash, storage shed site entranceway, and landscaping. The second project involved moving 1.6 million cubic yards of soil to fill and level the 27-acre area, and the development of two new landfill cells to receive the trash. Both required a landfill liner system and sand layer.