Kiewit partners with domestic and international oil and gas firms to develop the world's energy sources, offering its clients a fully integrated delivery model for engineer-procure-construct (EPC) and startup services for their energy needs. Kiewit’s experience and capabilities in today’s complex energy market allows it to focus on four main market sectors: offshore, oil sands, midstream and downstream. Over the past 10 years, Kiewit completed more than 1,200 projects for the OGC industry, totaling nearly $22 billion in contract revenue.
TIC, a Kiewit subsidiary, was awarded the lump sum contract to construct an expansion to the existing natural gas compressor facility near Douglas, Wyoming. The scope of work consisted of all associated structural, mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation work.
Cherne, a subsidiary of Kiewit, has been working on major projects at the Wood River Refinery since 1997. Most recently, Cherne oversaw construction and construction management for the CORE Project after successful completion of a new hydrocrakcer and ultra light diesel units at this same refinery location.
In addition to site work, Kiewit Offshore Services Fabricated 32 modules weighing 15,000 tons for the CORE Project.
Kiewit's scope included engineering, procurement, and construction of two platforms and two associated jackets. Completing the project in a little over two years, we exceeded the owner expectations, met the schedule, and performed under budget.
TIC, a subsidiary of Kiewit, was awarded the contract to build the O’Connor Gas Plant. The plant was designed for an initial capacity of 110 million cubic feet per day (MMcfd). Before completion, TIC was awarded a second contract to construct the expansion to 160 MMcfd.
TIC, a subsidiary of Kiewit, was the general contractor for the grassroots pilot plant for helium and carbon dioxide (CO2) extraction. Scope of work included site prep, fencing, underground utilities, concrete foundations, mechanical and electrical for the 400 MMscfd gas plant.
TIC, a subsidiary of Kiewit, has completed six projects at the Commerce City Refinery since 1993 including the construction of a water treatment plant, sour crude low sulfur diesel unit, hydrogen unit addition, and diesel hydrotreater unit conversion.
TIC, a subsidiary of Kiewit, performed mechanical installation of two separate, Linde designed and furnished sulfur recovery units in 2006.
Completed in 2010, Kiewit fabricated 80 modules for the crude expansion project in Port Arthur, Texas. A total of 19 barge shipments were made over an 11-month period. Modules were bolted construction consisting of both pipe racks and process units.