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Portfolio

Our Work

At Colonial Construction Materials, we are proud and humbled by the many jobs we have supplied and serviced over the years. Our portfolio is evidence of the quality of work our installation crews perform and the variety of materials that we supply.

2018

Commercial Development

Richmond, VA

12:00PM to 1:00PM

The General Contractor wanted a well-branded site in order to get maximum exposure in a heavy traffic area. Colonial’s crew first installed temporary chain link and logo silt fence. Screen fence was added to chain link and custom barricades were installed to secure the site.

2018

Renewable Energy Site

12:00PM to 1:00PM

It is imperative to have a quality erosion control and stormwater management plan in place when developing a site for renewable energy. Specifications often require enhanced perimeter protection, superior soil stabilization and the planting of native varieties.

On this site, our crews installed wire reinforced silt fence, orange barrier fence and Diamond Sock. Colonial also supplied erosion control blankets, geotextiles for construction entrances, hydroseeding material and custom seed mixes.

2018

Hydroseeding New Development

Virginia Beach, VA

The contractor hydroseeded the lots on this development to get the job done quickly and thoroughly. Erosion blankets were installed around the curbs in order to prevent erosion and washouts. We provided a hydroseeding mixture that included mulch, tackifier, dye and seed.

2018

Paver Installation: Backyard Upgrade

12:00PM to 1:00PM
Virginia Beach, VA

In 2018 we supplied pavers to multiple developments and private homes. Our partnerships with leaders in Hardscape allows us to provide a range of styles and options for budgets of all sizes. Visit either of our locations to check out our pavers on display and have a hardscape consultation.

2016-2017

Interstate Improvements

12:00PM to 1:00PM
Virginia Beach, VA

Interstate improvement projects are highly visible and highly regulated, which means attention to detail and product selection is critical.

On this site, our crew installed silt fence as well as Diamond Sock, a synthetic check dam that is VDOT approved. Silt bags and geotextiles were also used on site.

2017

New Development

12:00PM to 1:00PM
Northern Virginia

A geosynthetic clay liner (GCL) was installed at the site of a new hospital development. Liners like this one can be used on steep slopes for protection against high internal sheer stress. GCLs are also commonly used on large bio-retention ponds.

2017

Stream Restoration

12:00PM to 1:00PM
Virginia Beach, VA

This stream restoration was implemented because homeowners were experiencing a high level of erosion around their properties after major rain events. Curlex Bloc was used to provide natural support for the rehabilitation of the stream bank. Final stabilization measures included coir, a native seed mix and live branches.

2016

Stormwater System

12:00PM to 1:00PM
Richmond, VA

Five sand filtration systems were installed in the development of a new shopping center. These systems have one of the highest nutrient removal ratings and offer long-term cost savings when compared to using alternative systems or BMPs.

2016

Dulles Airport Firing Range

12:00PM to 1:00PM
Dulles, VA

Geocells were installed on the berm for slope stability. Once they were in place, top soil filled the void spaces in the cells. The berm was then seeded and covered with geo-jute and Coir 900.

2016

Chincoteague Wild Life Refuge

12:00PM to 1:00PM
Chincoteague Island, VA

2,900 Excelsior Logs lined the roads of the Wildlife Refuge as a preventative measure for road improvements. These wood fiber logs were chosen because they provided an erosion control solution that would not compromise the preserve’s natural environment.

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