Prism Contractors and Engineers, Inc. is continuing our fundraising efforts for the American Cancer Society.
Tickets are available for your chance to win a 2018 Nissan Rogue S or $20,000.
Please join our team in the effort to help fight cancer by contacting our office today at 757-874-5670 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase your tickets today.
VDOT’s Highway Contractor Prequalification Program ensures that all contracts for the construction, improvement and maintenance of Virginia’s transportation system are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder.
Highway construction and maintenance contracts advertised and let by the Construction Division require prospective bidders to be prequalified.
The rules for prequalification reflect VDOT’s commitment to safety, quality construction, ability to perform, and increased competition.
Safety is an integral and essential part of becoming and remaining prequalified. Prism has met the safety evaluation process which included industry standard Experience Modification Rate (EMR), OSHA 300 and 300A for three past completed years, contractor’s safety program and contractor’s safety violations by any governmental agency.
A contractor’s performance evaluations are based on an aggregate score of 85% or better and will be evaluated on every project every year. Also work history with current contracts on hand as a Prime and a Sub for past three years of completed projects.
Equipment that is readily available to perform the work and finances played an integral part in obtaining this status.
With this prequalified status Prism is eligible to bid and be awarded contracts with VDOT as a Prime Contractor. In addition to prime contract work, contractor prequalification is also necessary for first-tier subcontractors unless otherwise indicated in the Contract.
Prism has been awarded by Basic Construction the Orcutt Avenue and Mercury Boulevard Gravity Sewer Improvement Project.
Basic Construction Company is a leading provider of construction solutions for Newport News and Hampton Roads, specializing in asphalt sales, grading, earth moving and underground utilities.
Prism’s portion of the Orcutt Project consists of repairing and rehabilitating an existing HRSD gravity sewer main from the City of Hampton to the HRSD PS, which is located at Paul Street. The scope of the project consists of 1,500 LF of 6’-24’ in diameter of heavy sewer cleaning, 760 LF of lateral lining and approximately 12,000 LF of 15” -18” CIPP.
Prism’s portion of the work will commence late November to early December.
ITCP – Cured In Place Pipe Class
When: Thursday, December 6th, 2018 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM & Friday, December 7th, 2018 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Location: Metro Consulting Associates
45345 Five Mile Road
Plymouth, MI 48170
Cost: $1095 for non-members and $995 for NASSCO members
Email concerning payment information will be sent within 7 days of your registration.
Trainer: David A. Reaves, P.E., L.S., 757-874-5670, email@example.com
Course Description: NASSCO’s Inspector Training and Certification Program (ITCP) is a standard national training and certification program that provides field construction professionals (i.e. consulting and municipal engineers, contractors) with comprehensive learning and tools to understand and inspect trenchless pipeline renewal technology.
Attendees who successfully complete the training will receive 1.35 Continuing Education Units and a certificate. They will also get a copy of the Trenchless Assessment Guide for Rehabilitation (TAG-R), an interactive software program that will allow the engineer and inspector to select applicable technologies for different project conditions.
Chapter 1 – Existing Pipe Defects and How They Affect CIPP Installations
Chapter 2 – Overview of the CIPP Technology
Chapter 3 – The Field Installation of Cure-In-Place Pipe (CIPP)
Chapter 4 – Writing and Understanding Performance Specications for CIPP
Chapter 5 – Pipeline Renewal Technologies and Their Applications
Register: here or call 757-874-5670
Trainer Bio: David Reaves is a two-time graduate of Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering (1992) and a Master of Science Degree (1994) with a concentration in Engineering Management. David is a certified trainer for NASSCO and can teach classes for Pipeline Assessment Certification (PACP), Lateral Certification Assessment (LACP), Manhole Certification Assessment (MACP), and Inspector Training and Certification (ITCP) for Trenchless Rehabilitation. David also teaches classes at the college level for civil engineering as time allows and is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
David has twenty-seven (27) years of sanitary sewer related experience. David started his career as the Regional Wastewater Commodity Manager for the Navy in the Hampton Roads area. After five (5) years and over 50 million dollars worth of completed construction, David took a job as Wastewater Operations Manager for the City of Hampton. Over the course of the next five (5) years, David doubled the number of people and the budget for sanitary sewer repairs while doing all work in-house at rates less than or comparable to contractors. David managed a sanitary sewer system that generated over 10 million gallons per day from 150,000 residents. As owner of Prism Contractors & Engineers, Inc., David has successfully managed the cleaning and television inspection of over 3 million feet of sanitary sewer pipe.
Prism’s AutumnFest was held on September 19th and on this day Will Whitescarver shot his first hole in one! For the past two years, Will has served as a sales representative for Carboline. This year Prism welcomed Carboline as a new sponsor to AutumnFest. Carboline is a global supplier of coatings, linings, and fireproofing with offices and manufacturing facilities worldwide. Their focus is on corrosion control, water transmission, and fire protection.
During AutumnFest the attendees and sponsors had the opportunity to try out their golfing skills on our 120-yard tee box or 70-yard tee box. It was the 70-yard tee box that Will had four balls lined up to hit. The first ball was the only one he needed as it proceeded to land on the green about 7 feet from the hole. He and other spectators watched the ball roll and disappear into the hole. “I was shocked at first, but it was cool when everybody started cheering and clapping”, Will stated after the initial shock wore off.
Will has been playing golf for over 40 years now and this is his first hole in one. All of us at Prism are equally happy to share in this experience with him.
It just goes to show, anything can happen at Prism’s AutumnFest.
Prism Contractors & Engineers, Inc. is pleased to announce it has received a $500 from Aqua Virgina, Inc. for the American Cancer Society. The check was presented to Prism President, David Reaves at Prism’s 4th Annual AutumnFest.
The American Cancer Society is a nationwide voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer.
Hurricane Florence has made landfall, but continues to weaken and move away from the Williamsburg region. For that reason we wanted to announce AutumnFest will continue as scheduled, as of September 14, 2018. Your safety is Prism’s utmost importance and we will continue to closely monitor Hurricane Florence and the effects that it could have on this region.
In the meantime, we are still accepting reservations. Please REGISTER today for Prism’s 4th annual AutumnFest!
(757) 874-5670 Prism Contractors & Engineers, Inc. 1568 Manufacture Drive Williamsburg, VA 23185
Work at Prism
We're currently hiring for the following positions: • CCTV Inspector • Construction Estimator • Dig and Replace Supervisor • Lateral CIPP Foreman • Mainline TV Cutter Operator • Manhole Rehab Technician • Pipe Layer/Laborer • Project Manager • Vactor Operator Read More