The complete site work package for a six acre boat ramp facility along the Broad Kill River in Lewes, DE.
Cecil County awarded JJID the contract for a 15 acre expansion of refuse handling facilities in North East, MD.
Amtrak awarded JJID the contract for drainage improvements along the Philadelphia / Harrisburg Line at Overbrook Station.
Excavation is more complicated than just moving dirt if you want the job done right. It is important to consider factors including the site’s overall contour, the characteristics of the soil, drainage challenges, building pad placement and any possible future expansion plans. JJID is experienced in working in all types of environments and understands the big picture when it comes to proper site preparation and coordination of the various trades.
JJID’s professional managers and experienced equipment operators have the expertise and equipment necessary to make your project a success. Many members of our field personnel have been part of the team at JJID since our inception and have more than 25 years experience in the industry.
JJID operates and maintains a full inventory of equipment and trucks necessary to carry out a wide range of excavation and site work projects. We have a growing fleet of earthmoving equipment, complemented with supplier and equipment rental agreements, to make your job a success.
Our continual focus on quality workmanship and timely project completion has earned JJID many satisfied clients. Irwin & Leighton, Construction Manager for Wal-Mart, awarded the complete site work contract for the Wal-Mart Superstore in Elkton, MD to JJID. A 33-acre commercial site development project, involving earthwork, utilities and paving for a 218,000 square-foot building and 15-acre parking lot, was performed on a demanding 9-month schedule through winter conditions.
This $7-million project required over 114,000 cubic-yards of structural soil to be imported to meet fill requirements which included the removal and replacement of over 80,000 cubic-yards of unsuitable soils. On average, JJID installed approximately 2,500 cubic-yards of material per day, utilizing two different sources. Despite the adverse winter conditions encountered and the unsuitable soils that plagued the site, the project was delivered on time.