In 2014, Liesfeld moved 900,000 Cubic Yards of earthen material at the Dulles International Airport. The project entailed relocating a stockpile generated from years of runway construction out of the way at the new Metro Railway Maintenance Facility at the end of the new Silver Metro Line. The grading crews averaged over 14,000 Cubic Yards […]
White Oak Greek Drive was a mile long Henrico County road that provided access to the Confidential Client Data Center. This project included: -Box Culvert (Quadruple box 90’x40′) -Underdrains -Utilities (Water, Sanitary, Fiber, Electrical, Gas and Storm) -Asphalt Paving -Site Concrete
The Essroc Cement Terminal located in Hanover, Virginia consisted of a fifteen acre site including a 1,200 LF rail spur and unloading facility. The project scope consisted of clearing, grading, utilities, concrete paving, gravel access roads, and rail spur construction.
Over the eight month period from October 2003 to May 2004, Liesfeld created over fifty acres of badly-needed additional parking at RIR. This work included the installation of a large prefabricated sectional tunnel, which facilitates the movement of traffic throughout the site on race days. More than 250,000 cubic yards of earthen material was moved […]
In 2013, Liesfeld completed the Capital One Parking Deck 8 & Road Improvement project located at the Capital One West Creek Campus in Goochland, VA. The twenty acre site featured a 400,000 SQFT four story parking deck and substantial road improvements. Road improvements consisted of new turn lanes, altering road layouts, bridges, walking trails, a […]
Liesfeld worked for client English Construction on the North Gayton Road Expansion in western Henrico, Virginia. Liesfeld cleared 30 acres and demolished several structures for the new road.
Continuing the long history of work performed in the Foundry Park area, Liesfeld assisted client Whiting-Turner on the Foundry Park bridge connecting Foundry Park and Browns Island. The project consisted of site demolition, grading, utility relocations, and site concrete improvements.
Beginning in 2001, Liesfeld undertook a four-year site development project aimed at creating what now has become Capital One’s Richmond-based campus. Great emphasis was placed upon introducing minimal disturbance to the existing ecology of the 354-acre site, via the use of selective clearing methods and a complex erosion control scheme. Ultimately, over four years and […]