Infrastructure: The underlying structure of a country and its economy, the fixed installations that it needs in order to function. These include roads, water and sewer systems, stormwater control. These are generally government-built and publicly owned.
I started Courtland Construction and began building Vermont infrastructure in 2005. Courtland is my first name and is a family name that has been passed down through many generations of Vermonters. Despite degrees in Civil Engineering I passed on a traditional engineering career path in favor of working outside, working hands-on, tackling tough challenges, tough job sites, and ending long days both physically and mentally tired. Our team is made up of similar-minded individuals who have skill, determination, and grit.
While we’ve grown since those initial years, we’ve focused more on refining our craft. As one employee likes to say with a laugh and a smile “we may not be the best, but there’s not many out there who do it better.” From laying waterlines to building roads, infrastructure is our game and we strive to find the quickest, safest, and most efficient ways to do it. We’re definitely not the largest out there but we enjoy the work we do and try to have fun doing it. Check out the video and pictures below to learn more.
Courtland Construction – Underground Since 2005...