• UVA Cemetery Expansion General Contractors Martin Horn
  • UVA Cemetery Expansion General Contractors Martin Horn
  • UVA Cemetery Expansion General Contractors Martin Horn

For over 20 years the University of Virginia and Martin Horn have been expanding and improving the university’s cemetery. The first phase of expansion occurred in 1991, with the second phase in 2003. Both expansion projects involved the installation of a collumbrium wall, as well as, other site improvements.

PHASE 1:  April 1990, 11 months
PHASE 2: 
April 2003, 8 months
CONTRACT VALUE PHASE 1:
  $89,000
CONTRACT VALUE PHASE 2: $139,100
CONTRACT TYPE:
Lump Sum
PROJECT MANAGER:
Joe Milby
SUPERINTENDENT: 
Larry Wright & Troy Wright
ESTIMATOR:
Jack Horn, Sr.
OWNER:
University of Virginia
ARCHITECT:
M. Jack Rinehart

 

 

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Martin Horn COVID-19 Policy