Adam Duke takes a craftsman’s approach to his work.
From septic tanks and systems to excavation, construction footings and site work grading, BRY Earth Solutions LLC in Springfield Township gives each and every job its undivided attention.
“BRY Earth was very efficient and planned everything out before (the work) started,” said Zach Steich of Milford Township. Steich hired Duke’s team to replace a failed septic system at a home he’d purchased there.
Duke’s crew kept the site clean and delivered the job on time. “You are not stuck with a mess in your house ,” Steich said of the contracting work.
Duke said septic design challenges are a specialty, and he enjoys doing testing and design work. “I bid jobs the way I think they should be done,” Duke said.
New construction and custom work allows him to create a design plan while keeping pace with the ever changing technology of septic work. “More stringent rules and requirements are a big part of the work,” Duke explained of compliance with local and state regulations to be a septic system provider.
Bringing 15 years of excavation experience to his two-year-old business, Duke who is owner/ operator of BRY Earth Solutions LLC named the business for sons Brad and Ryan for a very personal reason. “I didn’t want to use my own name, and I wanted to name the business something meaningful, so I named it after my sons,” Duke explained of how BRY Earth came to be.
Duke said the business was much more than a day-to-day livelihood for him. “I’m building a legacy for my children,” Duke explained of his mission, philosophy and commitment to build a brand and reputation in the industry.
Duke takes into account not only the job but the weather conditions and other variables he can’t control when scheduling work. That means he is able to honor his scheduled commitments to clients. “I provide options to make your schedule,” Duke said.
Karen Helm of Upper Saucon Township, Lehigh County, hired Duke to complete some excavation work on her property including a new drainage system incorporating gutters for runoff and a swale to draw water away from the home’s foundation and dry out a boggy basement.
“I’d just bought the house, which was built in 1963, and there had been wet basement issues but they had never been addressed with drainage,” Helm said. Until now.
She heard about Duke from a local contractor prior to buying the property.
“I was looking to gather information and get estimates on some of the projects and Adam was responsive. He was really great to work with,” Helm said.
She added Duke may have spoiled her for project expectations in coming years.
“I hope future contractors I hire to work here are as great to work with as Adam was,” Helm said.
Duke said he enjoys challenges and taking projects from problem through to finished solution. It’s something of a specialty.
“I like doing all the phases of a project,” Duke said.
For more information on BRY Earth Solutions call 267.999.1236 or log onto www.facebook.com/Bryearthsolutionsllc.
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