- All Projects
Originally built in 1939, we helped expand Kent Library between 1965 and 1968, allowing for Southeast Missouri State University to have more room to grow in coming years, as well as wrapping the original structure in a more modern concrete style.
The Bill Emerson Bridge, opened in 2003, contains over 240 million tons of concrete. In fact, during a 48-hour consecutive pour in 2001, over 10 million pounds of concrete went into a pier that was, at the time, one of the largest concrete pours for.
The Center Junction Diverging Diamond project opened in 2021, beating its projected completion date by months, and allows for areas of heavy traffic to flow more easily. It is said that this intersection is used by nearly 25,000 vehicles every day.
Old and new facilities were combined to create an over 100,000 square foot area to accommodate the ever-growing Jackson school district with the multi-tier seating events center/gymnasium serving as the focal point of this project.
Nearly 1400 yards of our concrete went into the $1.24 million project to improve the beautiful Main Street in Historic Downtown Cape Girardeau, which included new lights, crosswalks, improved sidewalks, and replaced streets during the first half of 2
Built between 1966 and 1968, the Towers Residence Halls still stands today on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University. Updated in the 1990s, Towers (North, South, East, and West) hold nearly 1,100 students.