Wagman’s Geotechnical Construction Group was awarded a second project at the Copper Beech Townhome site, providing slope stability and settlement control.
Wagman’s Geotechnical Construction group was contracted to manage and design the installation of three retaining walls for Copper Beech Townhomes in Harrisonburg, Va.
Wagman’s Geotechnical Construction group has been subcontracted by FAM Construction, LLC to drive steel H-piles with pre-drilling, install post and panel walls at multiple locations, and temporary shoring.
Wagman’s Geotechnical Construction group completed a $4.8M foundation project that consisted of driving steel sheet and pipe piles for a new 12 story building with 330,000 SF of office and hotel space.
This was a $250 million bridge replacement project between Somers Point, NJ and Ocean City, NJ. This was the largest project ever let for bid by NJDOT. The project included 4 miles of new highway and bridge replacement with a new visitor’s center for Ocean City. The project involved replacing two bascule bridges on the […]
This was a $570 million highway Design-Build Project and extended from MD 97 to MD 29. Contract B involved seven miles of new controlled access, six-lane, tolled roadway and two interchanges. The new highway created interchanges with MD 650 New Hampshire Avenue and MD 182 Layhill Road. The work included mainline ramps, cross roads, utility […]
This was a $464 million highway Design-Build Project. The Intercounty Connector included interchanges with MD 355, the Metro Access Spur Road and MD Route 97 Georgia Avenue. The project also included widening and rehabilitation I-370, which included five bridges, one over a railroad, and paving overlay. The Intercounty Connector project was an extremely environmentally and […]
This was a $210 million interchange reconstruction project north of Baltimore City, MD. The reconstructed I-95 and I-695 interchange was designed to eliminate an outdated braided interchange. The project also included demolition of existing bridges and roadway. This project required major traffic control components to maintain traffic on I-95 and I-695 during construction.
Wagman received five separate contracts for the Woodrow Wilson Bridge replacement project. The contracts totaled over $270 million, and involved constructing the new National Harbor interchange and reconstructing the I-295 interchange, portions of the MD 210 interchange and along the I-95/I-495 Maryland corridor up to the new Woodrow Wilson Bridge. Maintenance and protection of traffic […]