At Blue Ridge Projects we are very selective about our collaborations and alliances. Our ecosystem of collaborators assist us to meet project development needs by reducing total cost of ownership, reduce implementation risk and getting access to knowledge and best practices.
We are proud partners of leading industry players like:
In 1988 Dr. Todd founded John Todd Ecological Design to create an accessible alternative to conventional wastewater treatment and a suite of novel techniques for the remediation of degraded water bodies. In the past 27 years, JTED has completed projects on five continents dealing with waterborne waste streams ranging from domestic sewage to industrial wastes. JTED has been involved with the rehabilitation of a wide range of water bodies including sewage-contaminated urban canals, storm water ponds, landscape features and natural lakes.
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At Blackwell Engineering, we attribute our growth and success to our focus on our clients. We care about our clients, and along with technical expertise, we offer a personal touch that’s hard to find these days. We make our clients a key part of the design process.
Professional engineer Dick Blackwell founded Blackwell Engineering in 1988. His vision was to build a company that delivered individualized engineering services with special attention to corporate integrity and care for each client — and that’s still our corporate culture today.
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Founded in 1997, Valley Engineering, PLC is a 50+ employee full service firm offering civil, transportation, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and structural engineering as well as land surveying, landscape architecture, and land planning. Valley Engineering’s mission is to make ideas real for our clients by listening to their needs, providing total commitment and creating lasting values for every project.
Valley Engineering believes successful projects begin with excellent planning and require interaction with the whole project team. Before beginning any design, we carefully help our client understand levels of expectation based on systems chosen and the amount of investment they are willing to make. Throughout the entire design process, we work with our clients to help them better comprehend project concepts that are both visible and hidden. We believe a better knowledge of these concepts creates increased owner awareness and satisfaction once the project is complete.
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Eric Sullivan is supporting The Shenandoah Wellness Park as a strategic advisor with a specialty in sports, recreation, and wellness development and operations. Eric is an owner of the Sports Facilities Advisory (SFA) and the Sports Facilities Management (SFM) who has collectively supported the planning and development of a $6 billion+ portfolio of youth and amateur sports assets.
Having served in nearly every operational role through SFA and SFM’s growth, Eric’s work in the public sector includes both community recreation and sports tourism facilities, as well as, several private and non-profit projects. These projects have led to work in the United States, Canada, Caribbean, United Kingdom, Latin America, Asia, and the Middle East. Eric currently leads SFA and SFM’s expansion efforts as the Executive Vice President of Business Development. Eric’s work includes supporting and working with several industry associations, national governing bodies, and events rights holders.
In 2012, he was honored as a member of the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s “30 Under 30” Up and Comers class. In total, Eric has been a catalyst growth in the industry, leading the entire planning, funding, and grand opening of more than a billion dollars in sports, fitness, recreation, and entertainment facilities.
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Harman Construction is a design-build general contractor made up of about 60 individuals—20 in our Harrisonburg office and warehouse and 40 working in the field. Though our backgrounds and interests differ, you’ll find common themes of family, faith, and pride in our work run strong throughout our company. We come together under the example of our leadership, upholding the Valley tradition of hard work grounded in fairness and integrity. This common ground has led to a steady growth over Harman’s 40-plus year history.
Our collaborative methodology focuses on assembling a team of professionals uniquely qualified to meet the needs of the project. Each team member has been selected because he or she brings experience and skills necessary to meet the project goals and are familiar with working in a collaborative relationship. Our team will meet early on to review all aspects of the project – building envelope, materials, systems, construction sequencing, code issues, etc. This early, face to face sharing of ideas and information is followed by weeks of exchanging data, drawings and research. Clarifications will be requested and received. Choices regarding products and techniques are tested against the precedent and planning set forth in the owner’s priorities of quality and cost-effectiveness. Early coordination allows each team member extra time to review the accuracy of their work and consider alternatives that might deliver better value to the project. We have found collaboration builds relationships and delivers success.
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