(York, Pa.) Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. broke ground along with officials from VDOT, Loudoun County and the Town of Leesburg on Tuesday, October 15, at Route 7 and Battlefield Parkway in Leesburg, Virginia. The $59.6 Million Design-Build project aims to provide traffic congestion relief, improved safety and enhanced mobility for bicyclists and pedestrians along the corridor, and improved storm water management.

“Wagman is excited to serve as VDOT’s Design-Build partner on another critical interchange project along the highly traveled Route 7 corridor.  We look forward to collaborating with VDOT, the Town of Leesburg and other stakeholders to deliver a quality project on time,” said Greg Andricos, president and coo of Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc.

Wagman Heavy Civil is the general contractor for the Design-Build project designed by Parsons Transportation Group. The project team, along with Quinn Consulting Services and CES Consulting, will remove existing traffic lights on Route 7 between Berryville and Sterling, add eastbound auxiliary lanes from the Leesburg Bypass to River Creek Parkway, add second left-turn lanes from southbound Battlefield to Fort Evans Road and from northbound River Creek Parkway to Fort Evans Road. Construction is expected to last for two years. For more information on the project, visit the Virginia Department of Transportation project website.

Wagman is a multi-faceted construction firm with major operations in heavy civil, general construction, and geotechnical construction services. Founded in 1902, Wagman is a fourth generation, family-owned company with offices in Pennsylvania and Virginia and is headquartered in York, Pa. As a heavy civil contractor, Wagman is a nationally recognized leader within the industry.  Wagman’s core competencies include: design-build, infrastructure, marine construction, modified concrete, grooving and grinding, and geotechnical construction services.

For more information about Wagman, please visit www.wagman.com.

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