SectorSite Development

OwnerTrinity Works/Boy Scouts of America

Delivery MethodIntegrated Project Delivery

Kanawha Stone Company was responsible for construction of a The Summit Bechtel Reserve, home to the Boy Scouts of America’s National Scouting Center. The project sits within a 10,600+ acre site in Fayette County, WV and includes major features:
• 550,000 tons of aggregate produced by on-site rock crushing
• 600 acres of clearing, grubbing and rough grade operations
• 3 million cubic yards of excavation
• 600 acres of fine grading and revegetation
• 28 miles of drainage swales, including erosion and sediment control
• 14 miles of new roads (grade and drain)
• 4 earthen dams, 7000 cubic yards constructed
• 80,000 seat lawn amphitheater
• 64 miles of underground utilities
This monumental project was completed within an aggressive construction schedule using fast track project delivery methods. The majority of project tasks on the site were completed during 2011-12 with finish work occurring in 2013.