This $18 million project consisted of approximately 4.5 million CY of unclassified excavation that was required to be moved in approximately 6 months due to the fast track schedule required by the contract. In addition to the earthwork, this project also consisted of temporary erosion control measures, selective demolition and clearing, installing over 2 miles of temporary gravel roadways, railroad access to the building pad, 16,000 linear feet of water, sanitary sewer and gas utilities, nearly 7,000 linear feet of storm piping up to 114-inches in diameter, 50 stormwater drainage structures, sinkhole remediation, and stabilization of exposed areas within an approximate 500 acre area containing the Hankook Tire Project Site.
This project consisted of earthwork and storm water drainage operations for a 1.5 million square foot warehouse in which Nissan North America will be using as an integrated logistics center. The first phase of the project consisted of right of way improvements to Nissan parkway, storm water piping ranging in size from 18”-72” and mass grading of the site. In this phase approximately 175,000 cubic yards of on-site material was moved, 2,300 linear feet of concrete storm drain was laid, as well as 600,000 cubic yards of off-site borrow was brought in. In the second phase the remaining 175,000 cubic yards of on-site material was placed, 7,000 linear feet of concrete storm drain placed, and 425,000 cubic yards of off-site borrow was brought in to complete the 1.5 million square foot building pad and parking lots.
This $14 million project consisted of earthwork/mass grading operations for Yokohama Tire Manufacturing Mississippi, LLC. Yokohama Tire Corporation is the North American manufacturing and marketing arm of Tokyo, Japan-based The Yokohama Rubber Co. Ltd. This is Yokohama’s first U.S facility to be built from the ground up, and will be producing commercial truck tires. The work consists of 1.4 million cubic yards of excavation, 740,000 cubic yards of select fill and over 11,000 feet of storm drain needed to construct the 4 building pads, the rail road spur, and the necessary roads and parking for the plant. The project was split into 4 phases (building pads). Each phase was approximately 23 acres and required a 4.5 foot select fill buffer under the building. In order to meet the Phase 1 milestone Eutaw moved over 1.3 million cubic yards of excavation and placed all the select fill to complete Phase 1 in just 60 working days.
This $6.3 million project consisted of mass grading a 78 acre site for future construction of a new Baptist Memorial Hospital as well as constructing a four-lane roadway through the site connecting Old Taylor Road and Lamar Street, now known as Belk Boulevard. The diverse project consisted of clearing and grubbing the 78 acre site, approximately 800,000 CY of unclassified excavation, 4,200 LF of storm drainage system, curb & gutter and hot-mix asphalt. Other major items involved with the project were the placement of 19,000 Tons of crushed limestone base, demolition of an existing school structure, construction of a 900 CY triple-barrel box culvert, landscaping, electrical and erosion control.