Since 1990, Muschlitz Excavating has provided industrial, commercial/residential developers with exceptional service and quality work. From large-scale complete site work packages to relatively simple excavating projects, we are capable of meeting any challenge in a timely, cost-efficient manner.
Hamburg Logistics Park
The Hamburg Logistics Park is located in Perry Township, Berks County, PA. The Hamburg project is set on 180 acres and will eventually house 1.9 million square feet of distribution and office space. Muschlitz Excavating is performing all site work including clearing and site demolition; moving approximately one million cubic yards of material; storm and sanitary sewer; water service; and asphalt paving. Contained within this project is an entire PennDOT HOP intersection improvement, on PA Route 61. This portion will involve road widening, roadway boring, traffic light installation, paving and approximately one mile of underground utilities. Construction began in October 2017 and will continue through early 2019.
Exeter-Blakeslee Lot 100
The Exeter-Blakeslee Subdivision is located in Blakeslee, Monroe County, PA. The site includes over 80 acres of clearing and earthwork for a proposed 1 million square foot industrial building. Muschlitz Excavating is handling all the site work (over 800,000 cubic yards of material), underground utilities and paving. There is an underground infiltration basin over 215,000-square feet in size, and four above ground infiltration basins.
Central Logistics Park
Central Logistics Park is located in Bethel Township, Berks County, PA. The project is located on 93 acres and will house an 832,000 square foot building. Muschlitz Excavating will be handling all of the site work. This includes moving nearly 600,000 cubic yards of material, constructing large basins for storm sewer run-off and installing roughly a half of mile of Sanitary Force Main. In addition, Muschlitz will be installing a newly dedicated township road that runs through the site by the beginning of August 2017.
Palmerton Area Jr./Sr. High School Campus Improvements
The Palmerton Area Jr./Sr. High School improvements consists of a new Junior High School Addition, new softball field, and reconstruction of the existing football stadium and track. Muschlitz Excavating is performing all site work including clearing and site demolition, storm sewer, installation of three (3) underground basins, sanitary sewer and water service. The project also consists of milling & paving parking areas totaling almost 20,000 square yards.
Wind Gap Logistics Center
The Wind Gap Logistics Center is located in Plainfield Township, Northampton County, PA. The site is 28 acres proposed for a 350,000 square foot industrial building. Muschlitz Excavating will be handling all of the site work, storm sewer, sanitary sewer and water. Also, on the site there is a 48,000 square foot underground infiltration basin. Muschlitz Excavating handled the site clearing/demolition and will also be performing the paving of 38,000 square yards of parking and driveways.
Greenfield Industrial Park
Lehigh Valley Trade Center, formerly known as Greenfield Industrial Park, is located in Lower Nazareth and Bethlehem Townships, Northampton County, PA. The site includes 90 acres of construction for two building units totaling over 1.2 million square feet. Muschlitz Excavating handled all of the site work (over 500,000 cubic yards of material was moved in two (2) months), underground utilites and over 100,000 square yards of pavement.
St. Luke’s University Health Network Hospital
St. Luke’s University Health Network’s newly proposed hospital is located on State Route 611 in Stroud Township, Monroe County, PA. During the first phase of construction, there will be a 180,000 square foot four-story hospital erected. The site work contains nearly 17 acres of development on a 41.69 acre project site, including over 300,000 square feet of parking spaces and drive aisles; as well as a helipad located to the south of the proposed hospital. The site will also require four underground storm water management detention and infiltration basins. Muschlitz Excavating is excited to be working on this project, as well as throughout all phases of this project.
LVIP VII Lots 81 & 84
LVIP VII Lots 81 & 84 are located in the City of Bethlehem, Northampton County, PA. These projects are being constructed on the former location of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation’s main plant. Combined, these sites will include 70 acres of construction. Muschlitz Excavating is handling all site work and underground utilities. The proposed construction for Lot 84 will be done in three phases for a total building footprint of 720,000 square feet and Lot 81 will have a final building footprint of 150,000 square feet. Lot 81 and Phases 1 & 2 of Lot 84 contain nearly 600,000 cubic yards of material to be moved.
Lebanon Valley Distribution Center
The Lebanon Valley Distribution Center is located in Bethel Township, Lebanon County, PA. The site includes 85-acres of construction. Muschlitz Excavating is handling all clearing, erosion control, earthwork, storm sewer and soil stabilization. 800,000 cubic yards of material was moved in three (3) months including 200,000 cubic yards of rock. The proposed building pad footprint is 1,100,000 square feet.
Nitschmann Middle School
Nitschmann Middle School is located in Bethlehem, PA. The new school will be constructed in the surrounding area of the existing school. The project will be constructed in four phases and will include new construction, selective demolition of a portion of the existing school, site work, offsite improvements, and eventually total demolition of the existing school. Muschlitz Excavating is handling clearing/site demolition, partial erosion control, earthwork, sanitary/storm sewer, water, and paving.
First Park 33
The First Park 33 Subdivision is located in Easton, Northampton County, PA. The site includes a 58 acre site for a proposed two-building 584,760 square foot industrial development. Muschlitz Excavating handled all of the site work and underground utilities, which included a new Cul-de-Sac, 350,000 square feet of paving and an underground infiltration basin over 230,000 square feet in size, making it the one of the largest in Eastern Pennsylvania. In addition, the project includes 22 water quality treatment structures and 22 storm water injection wells.