Local, State, and Federal experience.

Site Development, Inc. was the first contractor to partner with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to complete both infrastructure improvements and new construction. Building on the relationship, we have continued our understanding and knowledge of government project requirements, still have an excellent relationship, and have completed several major projects.

Indiana Shoreline Erosion CTRL

$400,821 Extensive Material Testing / Installation of Permanent Access Road


This project included:

  • Placement of 5,000 tons of engineered clean beach sand
  • Extensive material testing
  • Installation of permanent access road

Extensive material testing including:

  • Petrographic test
  • Sodium Sulfate Soundness test
  • Freezing and Thawing test
  • Regrading 500 lf
  • Road Installation 2,020 sy
  • Sand Imported 5,000 tons

Detroit River Wildlife Refuge

$1,763,533 Installation of New Roadway and Parking Lots / Storm Sewer / Site Electrical


Installation of:

  • New roadway and parking lots
  • Storm sewer
  • Site electrical
  • Concrete pavement
  • Asphalt pavement
  • Landscaping


  • Sand Imported 1,500 tons
  • Stone Imported 6,000 tons
  • Storm Sewer 600 lf
  • Cut and Fill 3,000 ty

CCUBS Facility Addition Building

$3,342,494 Installation of Crew Compartment Underbody Blast Simulator


This project included:

  • Deep excavation
  • Installation of 18″ thick concrete walls
  • Micro piles
  • Installation of a methane monitoring system
  • Installation of an overhead crane system

Repair POV/MEP Lots Drainage and Lighting

$1,154,098 Removal and Installation of Pavement


This project included:

  • Removal of pavement
  • Grading for pavement
  • Installation of concrete pavement

Red Run Drain Improvement

$2,330,948 Repair of Undermined Outfalls and Unstable Slope Areas Along 9 Miles of the Red Run Drain in Macomb County, Michigan


The work scope of this project included construction that was necessary to correct the cross-connection between a 60-inch combined sewer and a 48-inch storm drain in Oakland County.

This project also included:

  • Excavation and backfill
  • Site restoration
  • Earth retention
  • Materials testing
  • Landscaping
  • Concrete paving
  • Asphalt paving


Taxiway G

$5,258,055 Removal and Replacement of an Airfield Taxiway at Selfridge Air National Guard Base


This project included:

  • Soil erosion prevention
  • Demolition of existing taxiway
  • Existing material crushing for reuse
  • Excavation and backfill
  • Site restoration
  • Concrete and asphalt pavement demolition
  • Existing storm sewer removal
  • Installation of a storm sewer
  • Landscap restoration
  • Concrete Removal 293,850 sf