Contracting

SWP offers general contracting and federal government contracting services. Specifically, we self-perform mass excavation, grading, pavement preservation maintenance, demolition, concrete work, and wet and dry utilities. SWP understands the requirements and complexities associated with general contracting.  We bring a high level of sophistication and capability balanced with a customer service oriented team.  

Services

DELIVERING A WIDE RANGE OF CONTRACTING SERVICES

  • General Contracting
  • Federal Government Contracting
  • Underground Construction
  • Earthwork & Excavating
  • Design/Build Construction
  • Pavement Preservation & Maintenance
  • Demolition
  • Concrete, Minor & Major
  • Wet & Dry Utilities
  • Air Field Construction & Lighting
  • Alternative Energy - Wind, Solar, & Nuclear
  • Alternate Project Delivery Methods

Commitment to Safety

The SWP Senior Construction/Department Manager has revised and enforces a company-wide Accident Prevention Plan.  SWP Regional Program Managers, Project Managers, and Site Superintendents (Project Safety Officers) propose additional safety requirements for each project, then submit them to the Senior Construction Manager for review and incorporation into the company plan.  Upon approval of the recommendations, the Regional Program Manager supervises the Project Managers and Site Superintendents in the development and publication of project-level safety programs.  These documents become the guidebooks for safe work throughout the Projects' duration.  Superintendents enforce their safety programs by holding daily “tool box” reviews of the day’s planned work and potential safety issues, by convening weekly safety meetings, and by performing periodic job‐site Safety Inspections.   Read more

 

Commitment to Quality Control

SWP develops a Quality Control Plan specific to each project. An important element of our Quality Control Plan is the creation of a tailored and project specific checklist. SWP Project Managers utilize the Quality Control Plan to assure that the project, codes, and construction industry standards are met.  The Senior Construction/Department Manager, Regional Program Managers, and Superintendents review all project-specific requirements with the Project Manager, who then develops the Quality Control Plan and monitors project work with the owner’s on‐site representative or designee.