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VDOT Projects – Over 20 Projects for Facilities Improvements

Over the past three years Hurt & Proffitt has been a subconsultant to Virginia A&E on over 20 projects involving the Virginia Department of Transportation Area Headquarter facilities improvements. These projects have included new chemical storage buildings, office buildings, truck sheds, and headquarter combo buildings. From Warrenton and Marshall to Brosville and Volens (and everywhere in between), Hurt & Proffitt has been working with Virginia A&E and VDOT to see their vision for new, modern facilities come to light.

Hurt & Proffitt has been providing all of our in-house services on these projects. We started with topographic surveys of the properties to formulate the base information for the designs. We also performed geotechnical investigations and recommendations to ensure solid building foundations. Our civil engineers worked closely with the architects, engineers, and VDOT to design efficient sites that met the challenge of achieving a high level of utilization from small lots.

Andy Klepac, PE, H&P’s Project Manager, provided sound design solutions that met the new stormwater regulations, BCOM requirements, and VDOT’s site operational goals. “It has been a rewarding experience to work on a wide range of sites with such a knowledgeable, attentive, and detail-oriented team,” said Andy of his experience with two valuable clients like Virginia A&E and VDOT.

For more information, contact: Andy Klepac, P.E., Project Manager (434) 847-7796.

Mr. Klepac is a project manager in Hurt & Proffitt’s Civil Engineering Department. He has designed site, grading, utility, and stormwater management plans for commercial, industrial, municipal, and residential sites, churches, offices, school sites, and recreation areas. His expertise lies in commercial and residential site design, road design, stormwater management, erosion and sediment control, water and sewer line extensions, temporary traffic control, construction administration, construction cost estimating, and governmental permitting processes.

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