Fort Riley Rank Range Quarry, KS
Quarried limestone for digital multi-purpose range complex on the military base of Fort Riley. Check out pictures of the project.
K 18 Highway, KS
3.5 million cubic yards of material excavated and compacted, and more. Read the jobs specs and see pictures here.
Highway 99, Elk County:
Cut 12’ of rock to realign road to new bridge,
then eradicated old road. The rock excavation
required blasting next to the existing road.
Highway US 77, Marion
Moved 495,000 cubic yards of dirt and 285,000 cubic
yards of rock over eight miles.
Highway US 77, Butler
Moved 765,000 cubic yards of dirt over eight miles
Highway US 77, Butler
Moved 853,000 cubic yards of dirt and 165,000 cubic
yards of rock over 13 miles near Douglass.
Army Corps of Engineers
Arkansas city flood
protection phase II:
Re-channel and widen Walnut River. Excavated
1,000,000 cubic yards from the river channel, hauled
material four miles up river and constructed 3
miles of new levy around Arkansas City.
Building Pads/Site Preps
Prairie Land Processors/Future
Beef, Arkansas City, KS:
Built a 220,000 square foot building pad and
constructed the lagoon system to serve the beef
Cessna C-10 Citation
Service Center, Wichita, KS:
Import 200,000 cubic yard of dirt and lime stabilization on
the 485,000 SF building pad.
Moved 100,000 cubic yards of rock and dirt on
site. The rock excavation entailed blasting
next to the existing Wal-Mart inside
the city limits of Arkansas City.
Gander Mountain, Wichita,
The site is located in downtown Wichita
and had existing structures and buried rubble.
We over-excavated 15’ under
new building pad, screened the
dirt to remove debris and replaced the dirt as
NCRA, McPherson, KS:
Over-excavated the site three to five feet,
lime stabilized and replaced as engineered fill
to support a unicracker and a sour
Abbot Labs Evaporation
Imported 80,000 cubic yards of clay to close
and cap the evaporation lagoon located in Wichita,
Elk River Wind Farm,
Crush on site rock to produce 120,000 tons of
aggregate used to construct roads.
Urban Express ways
West Kellogg Flyover,
Removed and Recycled old pavement from existing
road to produce 60,000 tons of base rock for
new construction. Imported 485,000 cubic
yards of select material to fill behind the retained
earth walls and did all related site grading
on the multiphase project that covered three
Hauled 55,000 cubic yards to fill
sink hole that was threatening railroad mainline.
BNSF Capacity Improvement
Roland to Milan, KS:
Constructed new main line next to existing
track. Moved 650,000 cubic yards of dirt
over 11 miles.