Machens Volkswagen

ESS provided a self-preformed site infrastructure package which allowed for a great working relationship with the General Contractor, Little Dixie Construction. ESS was a valued member of the construction team and with completion of this project improved our relationship with the Machens Dealership group.PDF

Project Constraints

Existing uncontrolled fills were determined to be present across the site which required remediation of voids and deleterious material. ESS was able to accomplish the compaction requirements with sizing and incorporating these onsite materials in nonstructural fill locations. ESS was able to overcome the 80,000 cubic yards of suitable borrow material by utilizing export material resources from area projects. With some logistics and communication this ensured smooth construction operations and ESS was able to provide a building pad site to the owner in a timely manner and within their budget.

Value Engineering Options

Eliminated underground detention system by obtaining additional property to allow for a traditional detention for storm drainage runoff and provided a saving of $200,000.00 to the owner.

 

General Contractor: Little Dixie Construction, 3316 LeMone Industrial Blvd. Columbia, MO  65201

Engineer: Engineering Surveys and Services, 1113 Fay Street, Columbia, MO 65201

Mass Excavation 50,000 CY Onsite Cut to Fill, with 80,000 CY of Import.

Storm Sewer & Roof Drain System Improvements – 3,000 LF of Pipe, 35 Structures.

Sanitary Sewer System – 1,100 LF.

Water System Improvements – 1,235 LF of Pipe.

Aggregate Base Rock – 21,000 SY.

Curb & Gutter -4,000 LF.

Asphalt Pavement – 19,800 SY.

Concrete Sidewalk – 7,700 SF.


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Client: Little Dixie Construction

Duration: Mar. 01, 2012 – Aug. 31, 2013