Stewart & Tate Construction brings groundbreaking solutions to the difficult site issues large projects typically face. Our professionals are often involved with the project from day one, providing project budgets, constructability reviews, and value engineering services necessary to make your site pad ready.
As developers and building contractors, we bring a unique understanding of both the building portion of the project and the permitting and municipal approval portions. Because we have been at this for more than 80 years, you can be assured of timely, quality work, completed within your budget.
Anne Arundel County, MD, and the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation recently broke ground on a new Youth Development Park at Brooklyn Park Middle School in Brooklyn Park, MD. The new park consists of a multipurpose synthetic turf athletic field with a grandstand, scoreboard, and field lighting. There is also a lighted eight-lane competitive track and field facility, an outdoor basketball court, concession stand, and restrooms.
Stewart & Tate and Lewis Contractors, both part of The Stewart Companies, have teamed up for this project. Stewart & Tate will be constructing the erosion control, grading, and site utilities. Lewis Contractors will handle the building work, electrical, final field construction, and other final site amenities.
This project involves the site development for a new 20,484 SF stand-alone Performing Arts & Student Life Center for the Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville, Maryland. Site work includes student, faculty, and guest parking, the re-routing of the site’s rear access drive, utilities, and the reconfiguration of the existing Storm Water Management (SWM) system to provide for a new Smart SWM system, including an innovative ponding system with considerable storage capacity, an impermeable core, quantity monitoring system, and adjustable digital controls for more efficient and effective management of storm water events. Lewis Contractors is serving as the Construction Manager for this $11M project.
Stewart & Tate Construction was selected as the Construction Manager for this 550,000-square-foot tilt-up concrete warehouse is located within Cecil County, Maryland-based Principio Business Park.
The Stewart & Tate Sitework divison performed all of the site development work for this project including earthwork, utilities, curbs, paving and retaining walls.
Stewart & Tate Construction was selected as the Construction Manager for this $65M project which involved the construction of a new Soybean Processing Facility in Lancaster County, PA.
The Stewart & Tate Sitework divison performed all of the site development work for this project valued at over $7M. In addition to moving 150,000 cubic yards of earth and rock to establish the site grades, our crews installed the complete stormwater management system, underground fire protection system, bituminous pavements and retaining walls.
Stewart & Tate Construction completed unsuitable soil remediation and mass grading for the developer on the property being sold to Penn Gaming for Hollywood Casino Perryville. After this work was complete, Stewart and Tate Construction was selected by Penn Gaming and Cianbro Corporation to perform the remaining site improvements to the 30-acre tract located just off I-95 and MD 222 in Perryville, MD.
The scope of work for this $9.1M+ project included the following: 60,000 cubic yards of earthwork, 16,000 linear feet of site utilities (water, sewer and storm drain), 24,000 linear feet of concrete curb and gutter, storm water management, infiltration basins, stone base and paving for roads and parking lots, road improvements to MD Route 222 and I-95 ramps, off-site gravity sewer, and modification and improvements to two existing Town of Perryville sewage pump stations. Through teamwork and experience, Stewart and Tate successfully completed the work ahead of schedule, allowing Penn Gaming to open the casino a month early– officially becoming the first casino to open in Maryland.
Stewart & Tate Construction was awarded $8,800,000 of sitework through Turner Construction Company for Hershey Chocolate’s expansion project in Hershey, PA.
This complete sitework package included everything from earth work to final paving, and the PennDOT work for the new entrance. Despite significant rock excavation, an aggressive schedule on a confined site, and coordination with numerous subcontractors, the project was completed on schedule and on budget.
Stewart & Tate Construction was selected to perform site development, including earthwork, utilities, and paving, for a new low maintenance, synthetic turf baseball field on the grounds of Frederick Douglass High School in West Baltimore. Construction began with a considerable amount of ground preparation—demolition, mass grading, and excavation—to better equip the site for a level, 95,000 SF playing field. The sitework was extensive and defined primarily by an involved storm water management plan—the rework of the existing storm water piping and the installation of a state-of-the-art subterranean filtration system. This cutting-edge purification system serves as an comprehensive, underground storm water management facility and includes a bay-saver filter that is equipped to improve the quality of the storm water by permanently removing all pollutants before they enter and contaminate public waterways and manage the overall quantity of storm water run-off, providing for sufficient subsurface drainage during severe weather events.
Stewart & Tate Construction was selected to perform site development, including earthwork, utilities, curbs, and paving, for a 754,902-square-foot warehouse located on a 58-acre site in Springettsbury Township in York, PA. Stewart & Tate Construction’s building division served as the general contractor for this $22M project.
Stewart & Tate, Inc., served as prime contractor in performing preconstruction and sitework construction services directly to the Owner—CINTAS Corporation—as part of the construction of this 60,000 SF automated laundry facility.
As part of the preconstruction services, S&T led the effort to reverse subdivide two properties, eliminate a York City street right of way that would have passed through the building footprint, and work through substantial wastewater treatment issues on this challenging project. Over $650,000 in savings were value-engineered to Cintas by simultaneously permitting an adjacent site to handle 65,000 CY of excess earth and rock from this project, thereby creating value for the adjacent property owner in the form of a
curb ready site. During construction, power lines adjacent to the site posed a particular challenge—all sitework was staged to avoid overloading the power line foundations with stockpiled earth.
The sitework package included earthwork and excavation, site grading, establishing a building pad, a new retaining wall, utility work, and a new parking lot for the facility.
The Stewart & Tate Sitework division was selected to develop a 220-acre farmland tract for a new 1.1MSF production facility for Church & Dwight Co., Inc.
The scope of work, completed in 11 months, involved 500,000 CY of earth and rock excavation. The Sitework division also constructed the stormwater collection and management system, sanitary sewers and pump station, water distribution, fire protection, rail siding, bituminous driveways and tractor trailer parking, and the offsite highway and signalization improvements.
Stewart & Tate Construction was selected to perform site development, including earthwork, utilities, curbs, and paving, for Carlisle Construction Material’s new state-of-the-art Training & Education Center. Stewart & Tate Construction’s building division served as the general contractor for this $15M project.
This project involves the site development for a new 18,000-square-foot warehouse addition to Anstadt Communications’ headquarters located in York, PA. The new space will expand the print communications and marketing services provider’s manufacturing and fulfillment capabilities. Stewart & Tate Construction’s building division served as the general contractor for this $1.9M project.