Recent Projects of Interest Include

Highway 81, Norfolk

The South Highway 81 Sanitary Sewer and Lift Station project included 13,250’ of 10” sanitary sewer, 2100’ of sanitary sewer services, sewer lift station, 4000’ of sewer force main, and 7300 SY of paving to provide sanitary sewer service to the businesses and homes along Highway 81 south of the Elkhorn River in Norfolk, NE.  The difficulty and scale of this project earned it a finalist spot in NUCA’s 2016 Top Jobs competition.

Winnebago Water Treatment Plant, Winnebago, NE

Project marked our first water treatment plant as a general contractor.  

Industrial Park Sanitary Sewer, South Sioux City, NE

Project included approximately 4500 feet of 30″ VCP and 2900 feet of 30″ Ultra-Rib PVC Sanitary Sewer and remodeling the BPI Lift Station to serve the Roth Industrial Park.

Southeast Water Mains 2006, Fremont, NE

Project included approximately 2 miles of 20″ and 24″ ductile iron water main, 1000 feet of sanitary sewer, and a lift station.

Lake Area and Yankton Area Transmission Improvements Phase 4: B-Y Water District, Yankton, SD

Project consisted of approximately 9 miles of 24″, 20″ and 16″ ductile iron water main.

Southeast Morningside Sanitary Sewer, Sioux City, IA

This 3.5 million dollar project included 5,400 feet of 30” VCP and 4,500 feet of 24” VCP gravity sewer and 4,600 feet of 10” force main to provide a trunk sewer serving the Whispering Creek area of Sioux City.  The wet conditions posed several challenges including removal and replacement of over 20,000 cubic yards of unsuitable soils for trench backfill.  Additional work on the project included building a service road along the alignment with 22,500 cubic yards of dirtwork, 5,500 tons of aggregate surfacing, and 950’ of culverts. 

Norfolk Airport, Norfolk, NE.

We are currently working at the Norfolk Regional Airport removing and replacing nearly 14,000 feet of existing storm sewer main and installing 6900’ of underdrain piping.  We’re replacing 36 area inlets and manholes and are performing approximately 18,000 cubic yards of grading around those structures to improve drainage.  We anticipate completing this project in July of 2018.