Belair has 6 integrated business units which are: Earthwork, Environmental, Foundation/Concrete, Site Demolition, Utilities, and Specialty. Our business philosophy is to provide high quality construction services on time and in budget. We practice professionalism and strive to be on the cutting edge of technology and proven modern management skills and best practice methods.
Belair is not just in it for the “dirt work” – we bring a new approach to the unique characteristics of Specialty work. Belair serves our clients with the best equipment, computerized office support and advanced laser technology. We are the industry’s preferred provider because of our people: we are experts within all sitework capabilities. Our project managers and field supervisors are cross functional leaders; we integrate our business unit competencies to meet your project goals. Education and safety training are ongoing to meet our customer’s requirements and stay at the top of our game – a valuable player to complete your specialty projects. Professionalism and quality are guaranteed.
A typical concern in today’s marketplace is continuity of service and quality. Current economic conditions have led many contractors to attempt projects in new areas of business. Please be assured that our firm was built over many years of repeat business from public and private owners who continue to rely on the expertise of our managerial and field staff. At Belair, our unique LEAN™ management practice allows us to continuously improve our service and to eliminate waste on even the most complex projects.
Specific specialty services include:
-Industrial & Plant work
-Lake Piping & Structures
-Earth Retention & Deep Foundations
-Drilling & Blasting
-Caissons & Can Pumps
Installation of an HDPE water service line, from a submerged intake structure to a land side pre-fabricated pump house. The water service line was installed at the bottom of a lake, approximately 2000 feet out from the shoreline.
This installation required the use of commercial scuba divers and several pieces of floating support equipment. This project required installation of a water line beneath federally protected vegetation at the shoreline. The work was completed without impact.
– Remote project location.
– Limited site access for equipment, materials and deliveries.
– Bed rock conditions were encountered and rock blasting successfully performed.
– Specialized divers and equipment were required to accomplish the lake side portion of the work.
– Value Engineering was required.
124’ Preconstructed walking bridge installed over an active railroad track.
118’ Preconstructed walking bridge installed over creek.
413’ Boardwalk installed over marsh, supported by helical piles.
Concrete abutments to support the bridges included steel driven pile.
Some work occurred in the winter months to allow access to areas with soft ground conditions. Work required coordination with an active railroad and occurred adjacent to environmentally sensitive areas (ie., creek and designated wetlands).
Belair begins every project with a sound estimate of costs and schedule. Belair utilizes a trusted group of subcontractors and has developed longstanding accounts and relationships with many local and national product suppliers. Using quality subs and vendors assures us that every project starts on a solid foundation.