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Major Grading Contractors - East of the Mississippi

Discussion in 'General Industry Questions' started by fensoncont., Oct 27, 2010.

  1. coorecat

    coorecat Well-Known Member

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    NCSLIM1, I started with Dellinger as a laborer in 2001 and left them in the end of 2010 as a job superintendent. They were a great company to work for
    and helped me out a whole lot, Mr. Dellinger and my division head are two of the best people you could ever want to work for.What's the name of the company you work for ?
     
  2. qball

    qball Senior Member

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    Ryan inc from Wisconsin is huge.
    Bell land from il was big, but went under.
     
  3. buckfever

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    Independent enterprise from ohio. I belive the are also one of the largest crushing companies in the U.S.
     
  4. DayContracting

    DayContracting New Member

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    Shirley Contracting-Washington DC
    Facchina-MD and FL?
    Corman-MD
    Faulconer-VA
     
  5. bigshow

    bigshow Senior Member

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    How many of these outfits have over 200 million annually?
     
  6. cat345bl

    cat345bl Well-Known Member

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  7. RBMcCloskey

    RBMcCloskey Senior Member

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    Pete Kiewit Sons Co. Omaha
     
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    637slayer Senior Member

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    here in wyo anymore the biggest is E.H. Oftedahl
     
  9. building27

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    i know this is kinda an old thread but thought i'd add, for eastern pa i would say the HK group, and american infrastructure. as for south jersey, Winzinger at one time they had the most equipment on the east coast, true story!
     
  10. cat345bl

    cat345bl Well-Known Member

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    Also 2 large companies in south Jersey are JPC Group Inc, and AP Construction. Both where one company at one time.