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City of Winchester Project

#BushongContracting, #Sewer&Water, #Excavating, #CityofWinchester

Installation of two 20ft inlets, junction box, piping, concrete curb and gutter, pavement patching for the City of Winchester on North Cameron Street

For more information or an estimate please feel free to email or give us a call.

Bushong Contracting Corporation

P: 540-459-5975
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8/18/17
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Wastewater Vault Project
#BushongContracting, #Sewer&Water, #Excavating, #MtJackson

Bushong Contracting provides and array of site and excavation work. Our scope of work expands from sewer and water projects to grading and clearing. This is an installation of approximately 200ft of wastewater line and a secondary vault alongside an existing primary.

To learn more about Bushong Contracting you can also visit our website. For an estimate please feel free to email or give us a call.

Bushong Contracting
P: 540-459-5975
E: estimating@bushongcontracting.com
W: http://www.bushongcontracting.com
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5/8/17
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Kerfoot Ave Waterline Upgrade, Front Royal VA.
#BushongContracting, #Excavating, #FrontRoyal, #WarrenCounty, #Waterline

We performed a fairly large contract for the Town of Front Royal. The work consisted of the replacement of transite water main with ductile iron pipe. Located on Kerfoot Avenue, the replacement ran from the intersection of Kerfoot Avenue and Salem Avenue to the intersection of Kerfoot Avenue and River Drive. In total we removed 1,600 feet of existing 4” transite water main and replaced it with new 8” Class 52 ductile iron pipe.

This was the main trunk line. Included with the mainline work was thirty-eight (38) existing water services we transferred, (2) new fire hydrants on Kerfoot Avenue (each with a new 8” MJ tee and three (3) new 8” gate valves), and a total of thirteen 8” gate valves.

I’ve included some neat pictures showing some fairly large utility crossings we encountered. We ended up using Hydro Excavation to remove the soil around them.



Thanks for stopping by our website to learn more about Bushong Contracting and our recent projects!

For more information or an estimate please feel free to email or give us a call.
Bushong Contracting

P: 540-459-5975
E: estimating@bushongcontracting.com
W: http://www.bushongcontracting.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/BushongContracting
G+: https://plus.google.com/+Bushongcontracting/
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10/4/16
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Willisville Force Main Extension in Upperville VA, #BushongContracting, #Excavating, #Upperville, #Sewer&Water

We were contracted by Loudoun Water to branch off of an existing force main with a smaller trunk line in order to install/connect 3 grinder pump systems for residential homes in Upperville VA. The 1.5 inch low pressure force main was approximately 800 feet long. Each service line connecting the grinder pumps were 1.25 inch and extended out around 100ft to each grinder pump system. The houses were currently using a septic and pump tank that went to a peat moss system. I included some pictures of us taking out the peat moss cells if you’ve not seen one before. Once the lines were installed and the pumps tested the residential homes were transferred over to the new force main system. After that we dismantled the old system by breaking up the tanks and burying them while peat cells were required by the health department to go to the landfill. I don’t have a lot of pictures of the tanks going in, but to give you perspective they were just over 8ft tall. Enjoy the Pics.

Thanks for stopping by our page to learn more about Bushong Contracting and our recent projects!
For more information or an estimate please feel free to email or give us a call.
Bushong Contracting

P: 540-459-5975
E: estimating@bushongcontracting.com
W: http://www.bushongcontracting.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/BushongContracting
G+: https://plus.google.com/+Bushongcontracting/
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9/29/16
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Stephens City Water line Upgrade
#BushongContracting   #Excavating   #StephensCity  #Sewer&Water 

We were contracted by VDOT (Virginia Department of Transportation) in conjunction with the FCSA (Frederick County Sanitation Authority) to excavate and install approximately 600 linear feet of 8” waterline in order to upgrade the existing 3” waterline currently in service. This included the excavation and installation of additional gate valves, a new fire hydrant, and reconnecting services to the Dollar General Store, residential apartments and the VDOT area headquarters to the new upgraded main line. The water line and service transfers required night time work. The night time tie in started at 10pm and persisted until 7am. We dug down where the 8” street water main connected to the 3” water main, cut off the valve, cut the line, and then spliced our 8” main to the street main. Afterwards we connected each service to the newly active 8” main and then proceeded to backfill and compact the opened excavations. Finally during restoration we installed new curbing because both curb radiuses at the Dollar General entrance had to be cut out and replaced in order to install the water line, and new asphalt was installed where the road was open cut.
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2016-06-27
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Front Royal 15th Street Excavating Sewer Line Repair Overview:
#BushongContracting#Excavating#FrontRoyal#Sewer&Water

We were contracted with the Town of Front Royal for Excavating Sewer lines around 300 Feet long and up to 15ft deep in order to conduct repairs/replacement. This required considerable layback of the trench for the safety of the workers and fair amount of time backfilling the open trench. Once the repairs were made and the sections of line repaired/replaced we proceeded backfilling and compacting the excavated trench line. The project was located on 15th Street in Front Royal Virginia, and took severals days to complete. We finished this project in April of 2016.

Thanks for stopping by our website to learn more about Bushong Contracting and our recent projects!

For more information or an estimate please feel free to email or give us a call.

Bushong Contracting

P: 540-459-5975

E: estimating@bushongcontracting.com

W: http://www.bushongcontracting.com

FB: https://www.facebook.com/BushongContracting

G+: https://plus.google.com/+Bushongcontracting/
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2016-06-08
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Excavating and replacing West 17th Street waterline in Front Royal Virginia Overview, #BushongContracting, #Excavating , #FrontRoyal #WarrenCounty,

As the Contractor we were excavating and replacing one thousand three hundred and fifty (1,350) feet of existing 4” cast iron water main with 6” Class 52 ductile iron pipe on W. 17th Street. This replacement was from the intersection of N. Shenandoah Avenue and W. 17th Street to the intersection of N. Royal Avenue and W. 17th Street. We transferred twenty-one (21) existing water services from the old water main to the new 6” water main. Any water services that were not ¾” were upgraded to ¾” so they would meet Town specifications.We installed one (1) new 6” MJ tee with three (3) 6” gate valves at the intersection of W. 17th Street and N. Shenandoah Avenue. We installed a new fire hydrant with a 6” MJ tee and three (3) 6” gate valves where the existing hydrant was located, then tied back into the existing 6” gate valve in the intersection of W. 17th Street and N. Royal Avenue.

Working with the Town of Front Royal we started this project in December of 2014. Luckily the weather didn't slow us down too much during the winter season. There were a few days where the ground was frozen solid and we were unable to dig, however we were able to finish up around mid February of 2015, and move on to the next project.

Thanks for stopping by our website to learn more about Bushong Contracting and our recent projects!

For more information or an estimate please feel free to email or give us a call.

Bushong Contracting

P: 540-459-5975

E: estimating@bushongcontracting.com

W: http://www.bushongcontracting.com

FB: https://www.facebook.com/BushongContracting

G+: https://plus.google.com/+Bushongcontracting/
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2016-06-07
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Edinburg VA Mill Streambank & Bio-Retention Project
#Stormwater#Excavating#EdinburgVirginia#BushongContracting

The following were all contributors to the completion on this project:
Bushong Contracting Corporation, Town of Edinburg, Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River, Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries, Center for Watershed Protection, and Chesapeake Bay Trust.
This project was for the restoration of Stony Creek Stream Bank, by the Edinburg Mill in Edinburg VA, and the installation of Bio-retention cells to prevent further damage from stormwater runoff.
After Cleaning and re-grading the streambank, matting was staked down in order to prevent future erosion and allow for the growth of vegetation. 3 Cells were excavated all draining to the 3rd cell which was a combination of underdrains, stone, bio-media and mulch.
A special thanks to Louise Finger from the VA Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, Dan Harshman, the rest of the Town of Edinburg Maintenance Department for their active role throughout the project.
Please swing by the Edinburg Mill and take a look!
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2016-06-06
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These are updated pictures from our Excavation of the Dollar General Site in Toms Brook VA.  Wanted to share just how much rock has been coming off the site.  Following the retaining wall and building pad which are about to be installed, we will be installing a full underground storm water detention system followed by the site concrete and site asphalt.  Anticipated open date for the store is early spring. #Excavating#BushongContracting, #RockBreaking  #TomsBrookVirginia
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2016-02-03
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This is a project in the Town of Timberville Virginia. We started this project back in August and it involves site work and utility installation for a new above ground water tank for the Town of Timberville installed by Mid Atlantic Storage.  Site work for us included installing erosion and sediment control measures, stripping and piling topsoil, cutting site down to grade, installing a new access road for the town, and installing a retaining wall.  The retaining wall is a Redi-Rock gravity retaining wall.  Gravity retaining walls are those which rely solely on their own weight to stand up.  Generally these retaining walls require proper engineering as well as large machinery prior to installation.  Luckily Bushong Contracting Corporation has years of experience installing and working with these systems.  We will also be installing an underground valve vault for the above ground water tank, approximately 500 LF of twelve inch ductile iron from the existing town service to the underground concrete vault, new twelve and six inch gate valves, connecting two ¾ copper services and installing a new fire hydrant.  I’ve included several pictures depicting site progress so far. #BushongContracting#Excavating#TimbervilleVirginia
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