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The Latest: BridgePoint Civil lays the groundwork for 555 Mangum Street in Downtown Durham

Durham is thriving — visionaries are transforming downtown and tower cranes dot the horizon. Hometown builder, BridgePoint, is proud to be in the mix. In fact, BridgePoint Civil is getting down and dirty—prepping the site for the highly anticipated mixed-use development: 555 Mangum Street. Here is a #projectprogress sneak peak of our work:  

Project Scope: BridgePoint Civil is currently under-construction on a turnkey site work package at 555 Mangum. Infrastructure includes grading and exporting 30,000 cy of dirt, shoring, and underground utilities including storm water and sanitary sewer.

Location: Durham, NC

Acreage: 5 Acres

The 555 Mangum Street project is located on a tight site—lodged between the Durham Freeway and downtown. BridgePoint Civil’s expertise with large, complex projects coupled with the ability tocollaborate with other subcontractors ensured success. BridgePoint exported 30,000 cy of soil and provided substantial stock piling on site. True to form, BridgePoint Civil coordinated these services and provided our client, Northwood Ravin, with an efficiently run site work package.

We’re proud of our work and thank all who have been instrumental to the success of the project as a whole.


BridgePoint Provides Hurricane Matthew Relief

BridgePoint Civil providing Hurricane Matthew ReliefHurricane Matthew flooding has caused an estimated $1.5 Billion in damage to more than 100,000 buildings throughout North Carolina.

BridgePoint Civil got right to work helping our community in need. By repairing roads and helping residents of Goldsboro and Fayetteville clear debris, BridgePoint is providing much-needed relief. One neighborhood faced an unusual situation—being forced to use an unsafe road to get into and out of their community.

Siple Avenue used to be the only safe way to get in or out . . . Hurricane Matthew has changed that.

The state shut down Rayconda Parkway two years ago because they deemed it unsafe. Following Hurricane Matthew, the community had to reopen the road to get in and out of their neighborhood.



The BridgePoint Civil team is working nights and weekends to improve the road to the Rayconda subdivision.