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.
To meet the needs of a rapidly growing population, Western Summit, in conjunction with Carollo Engineers, designed and built a $43-million, 15 MGD expansion to an existing WTP serving the City of Mountain House, California, including a vast new subdivision. The entire project was completed in less than two years.
Tyson Foods contracted Ibberson to provide complete turnkey work for their new poultry feed mill in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. The mill includes fully automated batching at 140 TPH, pelleting in two lines at 120 TPH, rail receiving at 600 TPH, truck receiving at 350 TPH, barge unloading at 600 TPH, grinding at 120 TPH, and loadout at 400 TPH.
Ibberson was contacted by Buhler, Inc. of Minneapolis to construct a slipformed flour mill for Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. This state-of-the-art flour mill would be used for training milling students around the world. Through past successful projects with Buhler, we became the primary contractor for this project. Buhler, Inc. is a milling equipment supplier and process designer based in Switzerland with an office in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Ibberson was awarded the contract to design and build a new 5,000 CWT per day soft wheat flour mill. The new mill was built next to the existing grain elevator. The project was constructed in partnership with Buhler, but was contracted separately with Mennel.
This project was the first vertical tower in North America with both germination and kilning capabilities. It is unique because all processes are in one building rather than having them separated into multiple buildings. It is also one of the first round malt house facilities in the country. The facility uses 300 tons of barley each day to produce malt for the brewing industry.