This project involved removing and replacing a 10,000-square-feet parking lot. Construction began in June with an accelerated schedule in order to be completed before the monsoon rains.
This contract involved the replacement of 29 hydrants throughout the City of Tombstone. We faced several challenges with this project, including working with various types of pipe and removing hydrants dated as far back as 1942.
The Williams Water Meter Replacement project is in the final stage of meter installations. To date there has been nearly 1500 meters installed, which is more than what we expected to install. Our meter crews have discovered several meters during the installation process that the city did not know existed. Some of these meters have... Read more »
Delivery Method: Construction Manager at Risk Location: 22nd Street from Alvernon Way to Swan Road Owner: Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department Description: This project consists of the augmentation of approximately 1 mile of wastewater lines. The selected stretch to be augmented is along 22nd Street from Alvernon Way, downstream end, to Swan Rd, upstream... Read more »
The Kostka & Michigan Sewer Realignments Project was awarded to KE&G by PCRWRD in February 2015. The project consists of replacing an 8-in waterline; installing, removing and replacing, and abandoning 13 manholes; installing 562 feet of new sewer main; abandoning 612 feet of existing sewer main and abandoning four existing house sewer connections and replacing with new materials across three... Read more »
Awarded in September 2014 by the City of Sierra Vista, this project runs along SR-90 and begins near the SR 92 intersection, extending east to Guilio Cesare Road. KE&G Construction will be installing roadway lighting, a HAWK crossing signal, and a shared use pathway located on the south side of the roadway. This project was designed to provide... Read more »
KE&G was awarded a City of Bisbee project in Tin Town. This project includes removing the existing failed septic and cesspool systems and tying the existing resident’s services into the city’s sewer system. This $1,345,028.50 project started June 30, 2014 and is expected to be completed in April of 2015 with Rick McMahon as the... Read more »
This ADOT project began in July 2014. The project is located in Santa Cruz County along State Route 83. It begins at mile post 11.9 and extends to mile post 14. The $1.8 million project consists of removing two miles of decrepit asphalt, and placing aggregate base and asphaltic concrete as well as drainage swale... Read more »
This project with a contract value of $12,255,740.00 included 1.63 miles of roadway improvements. A few notable features of this project included two new signalized intersections, 9,570LF of storm drain, five new box culverts and box culvert extensions, 52,000CY of roadway excavation, 7,100SF of cast-in-place retaining wall, 14,000SF of soil nail wall with 19,000SF of architectural shotcrete,... Read more »
KE&G working for the Pima County Department of Transportation in conjunction with the Regional Transportation Authority, Town of Oro Valley, and Arizona Department of Transportation; the Ina Road at SR77 (Oracle Road) project is nearing completion. This will be the first ever indirect left intersection to be constructed in the state of Arizona. This intersection... Read more »