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San Antonio Branch Recognized For Accomplishments

Congrats to the CMC Construction Services San Antonio Branch on being recognized in the November 2009 Issue of San Antonio Construction News.

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Categories: Projects

North Weslaco Wastewater Treatment Plant

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Weslaco, Texas

L & G Concrete , www.lgconcrete.com, is a major concrete sub-contractor in South Texas and a longtime CMC Construction Services customer. Their primary area of construction has been commercial paving and tilt-up construction. L&G also provides engineering services and concrete pumping services.

With the downturn in the tilt-up market, L & G has had to re-invent itself and is looking for new market segments to gain business. The first of such project is the North Weslaco Wastewater Treatment Plant in Weslaco, TX.

Ryan VonGlahn (77) provided L & G with the drawings for the treatment plant.  Ben Pratt (02) rented Meva Imperial for the aeration basins, Symons Flex-Form at the clarifier and Hi-Load shoring to support the headworks structure. These are all new systems to L&G crew, but with hands on training, they are well on their way to successfully completing the job.  Adding these systems and the knowledge of how to use them will allow the company to expand its line of equipment and projects.

ODOT Road Construction

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Catoosa, Oklahom

Road widening and bridge construction in Catoosa, Oklahoma is underway where I-44 meets 193rd East Ave. The area is known as dysfunction junction carries more than 90,000 cars each day.  The aging bridge often causes traffic congestion and long drive times.

The $64 million project was scheduled to begin in 2011 but with a donation from the Cherokee Nation, Becco Contractors was able to begin work this fall.

Rick Hinman (26) supplied both concrete accessories and rental hardware on the project. Meva Imperial and Meva Lite are being used for drainage structures in the road widening. Concrete accessories and equipment include: hammer drills, generators, cure and epoxy slab bolster.

The area in which the construction is taking place is seeing excessive growth which includes the recent construction of a new Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.

Thanks to Rick and all the employees in Tulsa for their hard work on this project.

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