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If the site work is basic and straight forward. If there are no other buildings or miles of underground piping, we are willing to look at incorporating the site work into the reservoir project. Otherwise, excavation and piping contractors do site preparation for us for most of our reservoirs. They clear the site of debris, dig out the top soil down to load bearing soils, replace with gravel up to the final grade and set the pipes to come up through the base. They also compact the gravel and and have it tested for proper compaction. County codes normally require a geotechnical engineer to evaluate the site and confirm that the site soils will support the full reservoir loading. The site is normally prepared based on the recommendations in that report for depth of over- excavation and structural fill required.

To see our guide on sub grade preparation, click here

Below is a list of contractors who we commonly work with.

Rognlin's, Inc.
321 W. State St.
Aberdeen, WA 98520
Nick Rognlin
Lydel Construction
22494 Big Valley Rd.
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Todd Smith
Larry Brown Construction
PO Box 29960
Bellingham, WA 98226
Pape & Sons, Inc,
9401 54th Ave. NW, Suite 1A
Gig Harbor, WA 98332
TRICO Companies, LLC
PO Box 409, 15066 Josh Wilson Rd.
Burlington, WA 98223
American Pump & Electric
PO Box 14996
Tumwater, WA 98511
Mike Brewer
Halme Construction,
8727 W. Hwy 2 #100
Spokane, WA 98224
Jeff Halme

If you are a contractor we have worked with and would like to be added to this list, please contact Scott.

To see a list of recommended civil engineers, click here.