McKee Carson was charged with the utility work and grading associate with the demolition of the University of Virginia’s outdated athletic field surface and design of a new drainage system and prescription turf. Scott Stadium was originally constructed in the 1930’s, at which time vitrified clay pipe was used as the primary storm drain pipe material.
Significant rock excavation was necessary as a large portion of the site required excavation into a hillside. The scope of work included removing the old storm drain system within the stadium, design of a new perimeter system, preparation of technical specifications and construction administration. A portion of this project was handled as design/build and performed in accordance with the Virginia Capital Outlay Manual.