At Griffin Contracting, we are proud of our track record as an established contracting company serving businesses and other clients in the Georgia and South Carolina communities.
We’re locally owned and operated, and we have the capabilities to work with gravel, concrete and other materials, to do the heavy work required for utility work, asphalt projects, storm sewer plans or other projects.
Opening Up the Landscape for Heavy Work
One of the inherent challenges in doing this heavy work is getting under the surface of either a paved road or an open piece of land.
Utility workers and others involved in roadwork and similar types of projects have to have the right skills and equipment to burrow under existing infrastructure and access the areas where they’re going to need to install piping inlet boxes or other setups.
This is easier said than done, and it takes a contractor with knowledge of industry best practices as well as occupational safety and more. We excel in these types of projects, and we’re ready to go to work with you.
There’s also a significant project management component to these jobs.
Heavy site work is not like some other kinds of contracting. For instance, there is interior painting, where projects are pretty predictable, and contractors may even bid without actually seeing the property.
By contrast, the types of contracts that we work on have to have this steady planning behind them. The scope of the project and the timeline need to be clearly established and planned for. To that end, companies and other stakeholders use performance bonds and other mechanisms to make sure that projects get done on time and as planned.
We bring the right credentials and resources to the table to complete these jobs the right way. When it comes to earth moving, we know about the regulatory process (for example, the context of and context for these types of jobs, in order to do them by the book and make sure they don’t run into unanticipated delays and problems.
One project management component of these jobs involves getting the necessary materials from point A to point B. Again, it’s heavy work, but it’s also a complex set of calculations that requires planning and expertise on the paperwork side. Companies need to know where the suppliers are, and what is logistically possible in order to get materials to the site. Just guessing doesn’t work.
Ask Griffin about how to tackle a big project. We bring the muscle to accomplish what has to be done with regard to infrastructure and improvements – wherever you are.