Headwalls and Culverts

A culvert is a transverse and fully enclosed drainage structure that runs under a road or portion of land. The size and type of culvert depend on the amount of water flowing, the area that is discharging to it and how deep the culvert is being installed. Some culverts can also serve as roadway surfaces, but they will always serve to convey water through a pipe or channel. Generally, selection and type of material ​​will depend on the comparative cost, the location of the structure, availability of skilled labor, time limitations and design being proposed.



  • Provide all materials, labor, equipment and services.
  • Subcontract with various trade and specialty contractors whenever necessary.
  • Apply for or assisting in the application process for building permits.
  • Monitor schedule and cash flow.
  • Maintain accurate records.
  • Ensure a safe and secure project site.

  • On every project we consider how to achieve more with less. Techniques such as screening surface soils and recycling aggregate material can reduce the need for transport to and from the site – which not only reduce emissions and resource costs but limit disruption to local residents