As a natural extension of our capability to execute challenging and complex projects, most of which contain a significant civil component, Prospect Construction has actively and successfully expanded into the civil market. With a passion for myriad types of civil work, Prospect Construction has successfully completed projects that include reinforced embankments, concrete bridges, road work and utilities, hillside improvements and cemeteries.
Recreational Adventures Co. hired Prospect Construction to expand their facilities by adding 16 RV stalls and 12 camping stalls in Kent, WA. PCI worked through severe rain events to ensure the new campground was open for the summer season. Extra attention was given as we worked within the existing facility updating existing utilities while maintaining a safe campground for the current campers.
Foothills Trail Bridge
The existing Foothills Bridge was damaged by a fallen tree, leaving the well-used foothills pedestrian trail impassable, requiring replacement. The majority of the project consisted of a steel plate arch bridge and reinforced earthen retaining walls. The access to the project proved extremely limited, making an out of the box construction approach necessary for the success of the project, Pierce County, neighboring land owners and the community at large.
Chein Hill Slide Repair
In an effort to mitigate the ongoing slide of the downhill slope of a section of Old Highway 99 outside the City of Tenino, Prospect Construction was contracted by Thurston County to execute the requirements of this project. The project included a 165 foot soldier pile wall along Old Highway 99. One lane of traffic was required to be open at all time, which necessitated sequenced construction. The partnership between Prospect Construction and Thurston County contributed strongly to the success of the project.
Tahoma National Cemetery Columbarium
Prospect was proud to be a part of columbarium and cemetery improvements at the Tahoma National Cemetery. Prospect installed the precast columbarium structures and prepared gravesites for crypts as well as other improvements to the cemetery.
Orville Road Bridge
This project required reconstruction of 1,600 lf of Orville Road East for Pierce County. The project consisted of replacing a seven-span bridge with a new single span bridge. Other major features included roadway excavation and embankments and paving.