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You want your project done right. That means being completed on time and within your budget. To accomplish this, we utilize a proven bid process that incorporates value engineering and creative problem solving into all aspects of each project.

Our company has the ability and resources to handle a wide range of excavation and site preparation projects. We have ample bonding capacity and are PennDot pre-qualified. Maintaining these high standards allows us the opportunity to bid on both private and public projects.

The bid process begins with a comprehensive analysis of existing site conditions and site plans. We then utilize advanced technology to determine the materials, equipment and work force necessary to complete your project. Risk management and correct safety procedures are also analyzed. This information is used to prepare a detailed bid package. Our estimating team members have a combined total of 35 years field operations experience.

This knowledge, combined with the analysis of site conditions and plan details, helps us to identify cost-saving opportunities and ensures the accuracy of the bid package. As a result of this process, we provide our customers with a thorough and complete bid package, including detailed information about the project's scope of work.

After the contract has been awarded, a start-up meeting is held to solidify a strategic plan to execute your project. Key members from Leadership, Estimating, Project Management, Safety and Field Operations participate in this process. Involvement from each of these teams plays a significant part in the overall success of your project.

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Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Institute at LGH Hospital

Because of continued growth, Lancaster General Health (LGH) expanded their cancer treatment services by building a brand new, state of the art cancer institute.  The project is located at the LGH Suburban Outpatient Facility located along Spring Valley Road in Lancaster County.

Earthwork for this project consisted of 23,000 cubic yards of bulk cut to fill and…

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