A Leader in heavy utility construction
Big or small, new construction or reconstruction, commercial or residential, building up or tearing down we do it all. Complete site work packages available for residential houses, commercial buildings, and developments. Capabilities include demolition, foundation excavation, site grading, road construction, retaining walls, aggregate hauling & placing and more.
Raze structures complete from residential garages to commercial facilities.
Commercial and residential excavation, sewer lift station, waste water lagoons, water reservoirs, water booster stations, valve vaults, and agricultural irrigation intakes.
Precast concrete engineered block, engineered treated wood and aggregate basket.
Complete reconstruction of municipal, county and DOT roadways, including demolition of existing infrastructure, grading, water and sewer main replacement, storm sewer installation, graveling and landscaping.
Mainline's crew that was assigned to our project were professional throughout the project and assured that the City's expectations were met and exceeded. In spite of numerous project challenges which included confined site conditions, groundwater/creek seepage, dep bore pits, large cobble to bore through and period of extreme cold weather, Mainline Contracting completed the project with quality workmanship, on time and on budget.
Las summer we had the experience of reconstruction on our street. Fortunately for the city, Mainline Construction and Complete Concrete made it as painless as possible. I hope the city continues to use these two fine companies often.
Mainline Contracting made an outstanding effort to exceed compliance expectations for the installation of the drainage improvements, crossings and box culverts for the Back 9 holes at the Elkhorn Ridge Golf Course. The site compliance record at this time is outstanding and is clearly a result of good team effort.
Mainline Contracting Inc did an excellent job working with the residents affected by the project and providing the resources required to overcome the harsh weather conditions. They kept a positive attitude and were able to meet the substantial completion date set for the project without sacrificing the quality or workmanship of the construction.