With extensive experience in industrial engineering and construction across North America, Kiewit has the resources, capabilities and know-how to deliver projects in this market through a broad array of contract models. Our work within this diverse market includes mineral processing; cement; bulk manufacturing; industrial water; metals; pulp and paper; specialty chemicals; food and beverage; pharmaceuticals and advanced manufacturing.
Kiewit combines the strengths and experience of a leading EPC firm with specialized engineering capabilities for industrial clients to develop and drive an integrated project plan. The end-result is always the same: A proven, cohesive approach that provides value to clients and ultimately improves cost, schedule, quality and construction predictability on every project we deliver.
Kiewit Pacific Co. completed Phase II of a $42 million contract to improve water quality and plant operations at the Penitencia Water Treatment Plant. The project scope included the construction of a two-story, 7,200-square-foot ozone generation building, an ozone contractor structure and a liquid oxygen storage and vaporizer structure.
T.E. Ibberson Company (Ibberson) was given the challenge of totally replacing or relocating the packaging system and empty-can conveying system at this facility without interrupting around-the-clock production. In addition to the rigors of working in an operating plant, the construction team was required to maintain an exemplary level of safety and sanitation.
The largest brackish water desalination plant in North America has the capacity of 27.5 MGD to meet the needs of both Ft. Bliss and El Paso Water Utilities. With the constraints of a 22-month schedule from notice to proceed to substantial completion, Kiewit performed all structural concrete work, set all embed items for mechanical equipment and structural steel, installed pumps and piping, RO skids chemical systems and equipment, and performed start up and commissioning.
At $192 million, and located on 80 acres, Prairie Waters is the largest project ever undertaken by Western Summit without a joint venture partner. When finished, this state-of-the-art water purification facility will increase water supply by 20 percent, or about 3.3 billion gallons per year.
WSCI’s eleventh project for the City of San Diego, this $24.7 million, two-phase upgrade created a state-of-the-art facility that satisfies federal and state drinking water regulations. The plant provides 34 MGD of potable water to customers in three of the growing region’s major water service areas.
Ibberson was awarded the contract to design and build of the new poultry feed mill. This was one of three facilities being constructed on a site that included a high-speed rail unloading facility capable of unloading 110 car unit grain trains in approximately 12 hours.
A major component of San Diego’s capital improvements program to meet the water needs of its fast-growing population, this project increases WTP capacity from 140 to 215 MGD and provides a state-of-the-art facility with a 75-year design lifespan.