The Commonwealth of Virginia, the oldest of the original 13
colonies, has a wide ranging geography that stretches from
the vast coastal region in the east to the rugged Blue Ridge
Mountains in the west. Virginia is home to over eight million
people with much of the population centered on the east side
of the state. Metropolitan centers like Virginia Beach, Norfolk
and Chesapeake are close to Naval Station Norfolk, the
world’s largest naval base. Cities adjacent to Washington, D.C.
are dense with federal workers that feed the nation’s capital.
In central Virginia, the State’s capital region of Richmond and
Petersburg has a diverse economic base.
These regional metropolitan centers continue to grow at a
healthy pace and drive the demand for new and improved
utility infrastructure. Growth driven construction and older
system rehabilitation have led to an advanced industry that
utilizes traditional and newer forms of utility construction,
including trenchless installation methodologies.
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