Location : North Carolina
Foreman : Scott Robards
One of our most memorable and unique projects that highlights how set apart JRC is from our competitors.
The Project scope consisted of placing over 20,000 tons of granite in the ocean adjacent to the eroding Harkers Island shore line. This project is not a project that most people sit back and dream of. Instead, it is a project that consists of lots of preparation and planning in order for it to even be a reality. This project came at a time in the economy where every job was was needed in order to keep the work force moving.
Are team set out for the 12 hour hike to North Carolina and most had no idea what was in store. We experienced things that we we will cherish for a life time. It’s a project that when given an opportunity to share, Jeff and at the time Scott Robards (the foreman in charge) will be happy to take the time and discuss it. It shows the diversity and commitment that sets JRC apart from it’s competition. Take a look of the pictures we took and I encourage you to click on the link and tour the site.