SaulsburyExtensive expertise, safety and partnerships help Saulsbury Industries succeeds with repeat clients.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Because it actively works in the rural areas of West Texas, Saulsbury Industries did not hesitate to donate $100,000 to the Texas Park and Wildlife Foundation’s fund to repair the spring-fed pool at Balmorhea State Park. Not only is the pool a popular spot for locals, but Saulsbury’s own workers enjoy time there when they are working in the region. Priding itself on professionalism, a can-do spirit and integrity in all it does, Saulsbury’s support of the Balmorhea community is just one example of its focus on excellence. 

Mid CoastMid-Coast Transit Constructors enters the second phase of the Mid-Coast Corridor Transit Project in San Diego.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

Mid-Coast Transit Constructors (MCTC), a joint venture of Stacy and Witbeck, Herzog Construction Corp. and Skanska, is about 60 percent completed with the Mid-Coast Corridor Transit Project in San Diego. The three leading civil construction firms in the nation have entered phase two of the project, which includes the construction of track systems and trolley stations. 

AppellationAppellation Construction Services celebrates 10 years and enters a new market. 

By Kat Zeman

It has developed a reputation for the construction, maintenance and improvement of natural gas and industrial piping systems for clients in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia. 

CactusCactus Commercial breaks ground on Entergy’s new service center in Cleveland, Texas, and hopes to expand its portfolio to include similar projects in this industry.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Cactus Commercial Inc. may be one of the fastest growing general contractors in Texas. In just six years, the company has quadrupled its growth not only because of its founder’s reputation in the industry, but also because of its high-quality work and dedicated employees that keeps customers coming back time and again. “We have always done what we say we are going to do regardless of what it takes,” Vice President Brent Richardson says. “We are performing jobs safely, on schedule and on budget.”

BrieserWith its dedication to safety and quality, Brieser Construction remains a major player in the industrial market in its area.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

When a company is offering services such as industrial maintenance, pre-engineered metal buildings, pipelines and utilities support, concrete conveying and hydro excavation in dangerous, atypical environments, safety is key. Brieser Construction Co. understands this well, which is why it invests extensively in safety in quality to deliver what its oil and gas, energy and chemical-industry clients require. 

Granite picA replacement bridge over the Colorado River will make for a smoother entrance into the resort community of Glenwood Springs.

By Tim O’Connor

Glenwood Springs, Colo., is a town that relies on tourism. Located about an hour from the famous ski slopes of Aspen, the resort community is busy year-round as vacationers seek out its hot springs, bike trails and rafting rapids. The local economy is intertwined with recreation, but with only one major road through town, it’s understandable that residents are skeptical of any project that might drive visitors away.

In the 1990s, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) tried to replace the Grand Avenue Bridge – which spans the Colorado River and I-70 to serve as the only access point into downtown Glenwood Springs from the north – but the plan was defeated by local opposition. The need for a replacement bridge has only grown in the past two decades as the structure continued to deteriorate. Determined to come up with a project the public would support, CDOT sought out a contractor that would engage residents to lessen the impact of construction and detours on the community. It found that partner in Granite Construction Inc.

MidasMidas is growing rapidly thanks to acquisitions and new markets.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

In the past year alone, Midas Companies has acquired two firms and entered new markets. And it plans to keep growing.

Midas installs, rehabilitates and repairs underground utilities for water, wastewater, stormwater and industrial fluids. The company was founded in 1972 and focused on municipal work for decades, but since 2015 it has diversified into industrial settings and the federal government. “We have diversified our revenue streams, focused on smoothing out the market vacillations that occur in construction, making ourselves more valuable in the market,” CEO Dan Cathell says. 

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