Our energy and utility clients are from both the public and private sectors. We’ve built all types of structures around the United States, from hydroelectric plants to water intakes to coal handling facilities to pumping stations.

Through our many years of working in this industry segment, we have found that our clients expect timely completion, safe execution, a well-trained, drug-free work force, security consciousness and affordable solutions to construction issues. We make sure we meet all their needs..

Sidney A. Murray Hydroelectric Plant Vidalia, Louisiana
The publicly owned Sidney Murray hydroelectric power plant serves thousands of consumers.  With an estimated site work project cost of $120 million, it was suggested the most efficient way to build the plant would be to fabricate it off site.  As a result, we built the foundation on site, the new plant was fabricated off site and towed, self contained, up the Mississippi River.  It was then floated over the foundation, sank in place, dewatered and construction was completed.

Holcim Cement Plant, Harbor Cells and Bulkhead
Bloomsdale, Missouri
This project just south of St. Louis, Missouri consisted of the installation of sixteen driven sheet pile cells and a driven Z-pile material bulkhead.  The cells and bulkhead are part of the harbor portion of a new one billion dollar cement plant constructed adjacent to the Mississippi River.  The cells and bulkhead will be used for the transloading of produced cement onto barges for domestic and international shipment.

Main Street Outfall Replacement Kansas City, Missouri
A damaged 84 inch storm water outfall line caused a portion of the Missouri River bank near downtown Kansas City, Missouri to become unstable.  Immediately adjacent to several key utilities, the river bank was modified by jet grouting so that the line could be excavated and repaired.  New Z-pile sheeting was installed along the river bank along with concrete and riprap bank protection.

Labadie Power Plant Intake Screen Replacement St. Louis, Missouri
Power plant near St. Louis, Missouri on the Missouri River was not able to adequately intake fresh water due to damaged intake screens.  New screen support structures and screens were installed while the plant continued to operate at full capacity.  Much of the work had to be performed by divers.