Jacob’s Ladder is Phase I of a two part project contracted to Wright Contracting, LLC by KCI. The project consists of three reaches on rural farm land in Rowan County, NC. Approximately 20 Acres of the total 5389 linear feet of the project restoration will be planted with native veget
This project consisted of 2 phases. Phase I was the repair of a failed stream step pool, removal of invasive vegetation, restoration of the forebay levee, and excavation of the forebay of the wet pond.
Wright Contracting was awarded the Price Park project to repair an aging stream restoration contract completed by another contractor in 2001. The stream had developed several deteriorating banks and structures. A mid channel bar had formed in a riffle resulting in significant bank fai
Lassiter Mill History During a previous project constructed by Wright Contracting a relationship began between President Joe Wright and the mill’s owner. Joseph had expressed interest in the mill and its history. A short time later the 200 year old mill collapsed during a large storm
Wright Contracting was awarded the contract by the NCEEP. Project was implemented to reduce high flow stormwater from the school property which was deteriorating the highway right of way and damaging a parking lot entrance. Additionally the project was implemented to reduce pollution
Wright Contracting was awarded the contract. The project was retrofitted on to an existing stormwater system. The project was part of the renovation and expansion of the Harrison Library. Installation of a stormwater outlet structure, downspout incorporation, underdrains, gravel, bior
The Stormwater BMP and Stream Stabilization project at Baldwin Park was made possible through a partnership between the NCSU Stream Restoration Program, the Town of Chapel Hill, the Town of Carrboro and Wright Contracting which performed all construction activities for the project. St
The A.B. Combs Elementary Stormwater Education Program project was a partnership between AB Combs Elementary, Wake County Schools, Wake County Soil and Water, Falcon Engineering and Wright Contracting. The project consisted of the installation and planting of a Bioretetion Cell retrof