Southwest Division

Our Southwest Division operates primarily in the states of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas. Our annual capacity is filled in any one of these three states, depending upon market conditions and schedule fit.

PCC & RCC Specialists Completing Small to Very Large, Complex Projects

Since 1980, we have performed work for numerous owners, including DOT, DOD, FAA, and Municipalities, and have extensive knowledge of their unique requirements. Our team built some of the early sections of I-635 around Dallas, and the Central Expressway in Dallas. We have completed projects ranging from $2,000,000 to near $90,000,000 on SH-59 Cass County, Texas.

The Southwest Division has built many highway, airfield and other heavy civil construction projects throughout the Southwest region specializing in portland cement concrete paving (PCCP) of all designs, roller-compacted concrete (RCC), concrete restoration, treated/untreated aggregate base course, various kinds of soil stabilization, demolition/removals, recycling, earthwork/grading, cable/concrete barrier, RCP, small drainage structures and underdrains.

Our Southwest Division has completed small projects up to very large complex projects, such as Vance AFB. We are also a leader in the quality construction of RCC industrial and container port pavements, having successfully completed projects at the Houston Port Authority and Port of Long Beach, California.

Southwest Division Projects

Commercial Service & Military Airports Award, 2017 OK/AR ACPA

Established in 1941 as a pilot training center, Vance Air Force Base supports approximately 70,000 aircraft operations each year.  Currently home to the 71st Flying Training Wing, Vance’s airfield pavements have endured a patchwork of diverse development through the years making it clear that major reconstruction was required.



Divided Highways (Rural) Award, 2014, OK/AR ACPA

This project is located between the Louisiana state line and Doddridge, Arkansas.  It is a 4.3 mile section of controlled access divided highway that was designated as Highway 549.  After completion, it was re-designated as Interstate 49, and became the stretch of I-49 which filled in the missing piece to connect I-30 at Texarkana, Arkansas south to I-10 at Lafayette, Louisiana.



Gold Award - Divided Highways (Rural), 2012, OK/AR ACPA

For people traveling from the northeast quadrant of Arkansas to Oklahoma, US-64 through Vilonia is a popular cut-off to avoid going through Little Rock.  However, one high school, a middle school and two elementary schools are all located right on US-64, a serious safety concern with the traffic volume.


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