READY FOR DEVELOPMENT
Most projects start with clearing a site of existing trees and vegetation, but in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, trees are only removed when absolutely necessary. Every clearing operation starts with a land surveyor identifying clearing limits and marking trees that are to remain, and all trees that are to stay onsite are protected by tree barricades. On larger sites, tracked cutters and skitters are used to log the site.
SILD imported approximately 15,000 CY of structural fill to complete the 150,000 square foot building pad.
SILD took the heavily wooded tract to 60 completed building pads with necessary roads, utilities and drainage to begin construction.
The Grand Bees community by Lennar Homes features an 2.5 acre amenity center complete with a junior size olympic swimming pool.
Working on an active school campus required all land clearing and heavy earth moving work be completed during the summer vacation period.
This site was a challenge in that multiple previous school expansions created many unknown utility conflicts.
The St. Andrew’s PSD project was unique in that the site had been previously used as a wastewater treatment facility and a residential landfill.
SILD was selected as the site contractor for the new 20 acre Beech Hill Middle School Campus by Thompson Turner Construction.
This project is a turn key site development located in Summerville, SC. Scope consists of clearing, grading, building pads, roadways, and utilities.
Site package for an addition to an existing elderly care facility located in West Ashley, SC. Scope included erosion control, demolition, removing topsoil, and building pad preparation.
Site package for an automotive faciltiy located in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Scope included erosion control, clearing, underground retention system, storm drainage, asphalt paving, and site concrete.