Hillside Use Improvements

Sutterby Construction Services is one of the few design build construction firms that works on steep hillsides. Our team is committed to safety, erosion control, constructability and hillside stability. We work proactively as a teammate with the County Soil and Water Conservation specialists as well as the NYSDEC and the local building code enforcement departments to provide solutions that meet our clients' expectations.

Every Retaining Wall System is Unique

Our retaining walls are designed for strength and pleasing aesthetics. Every retaining wall system is unique and dependent upon the site's soil conditions. Our geotechnical engineering teammates evaluate retaining wall options such as gravity systems, soil anchor systems, piles and other wall considerations. We also incorporate drainage, regrading of hillside and vegetation in our designs.

A Team Committed to Safety!

Jobsite health and safety are our number one priority. We are fully insured and maintain a 100% Saftey Record.

A Highly Responsive Team!

Sutterby Construction Services is one of the few design build construction firms that works on steep hillsides. We know how to pull a team together that can respond in a timely manner to arrest the problem and to minimize additional damage.

Your Permit Application Needs.

Working proactively as a teammate with the County Soil and Water Conservation specialists as well as the NYSDEC and the local building code enforcement departments, we can help assist with all your permit application needs.

Retaining Wall Systems

As useable areas along waterfronts become harder to find, many of our clients are creating terraced areas with our retaining wall systems. In the picture above, we are utilizing Redi-Rock precast concrete blocks for our wall materials.

Hillside use improvements on steep grades Near Water

Hillside use improvements on steep grades near water is another specialized service which we provide. The stabilization of steep grades and bluffs are a challenge. We analyze toe erosion, surface drainage (sheet flow), groundwater, frost, native vegetation, the natural angle of repose by soil type, and other critical factors that influence how we stabilize the slope.