Site Division Recently Completed:
Recently Completed Site Projects.
Branson Hills Plaza - Branson, Missouri
Branson Hills Plaza is a commercial subdivision in North Branson, Missouri. The subdivision is home to anchors Target, Home Depot, and TJ Maxx. Approximately 400,000 yards of material was moved and an extensive amount of rock blasted to accomodate the new stores. Our large fleet of heavy equipment was used to complete the project.
Chateau on the Lake - Branson, Missouri
The Chateau on the Lake was a monumental project for Branson, Missouri. The resort and spa, located on Table Rock Lake, would be the largest hotel/resort on the lake. We partnered with another local general contractor to complete the project for the John Q. Hammons corporation. The hotel required an extensive amount of blasting and grading across 16 acres. The contract also included over $2.5 million in waterlines, storm drainage, sanitary sewer systems with accompanying rock trenching and breaking. For information about the resort, please visit http://www.chateauonthelake.com
Farm Road 135 (Golden Street) Road Improvements - Springfield, Missouri
Located on the Southwest side of Springfield, MO Farm Road 135 was widened from 2 lanes to accommodate 3 lanes of traffic. Other improvements included water and sanitary sewer, storm sewer, gas relocation, and electric conduit. The project which runs from Battlefield Road to James River Freeway is approximately 2 miles long.
George's Chicken - Butterfield, Missouri
We partnered with George's Chicken to construct a railroad spur to reroute railroad traffic around the new George's Chicken facility. In addition to the railroad spur, we moved approximately 300,000 yards of material to prepare for the building.
Marriot Horizons - Branson, Missouri
The Marriot Corporation entrusted our company to complete the site work for a multi-phase condominium project in Branson, Missouri. The project included over $2.3 million in clearing, grading, stacked rock retaining walls, waterlines, storm drainage, and sanitary sewer lines. The project also required rock blasting, rock trenching and rock breaking on an 11-acre site.