Heavy/Highway Contractor – Massachusetts
This company is a $50 million highway and precast concrete contractor. Though all operations were conducted from a common facility, the two divisions operated quite independently, resulting in unique accounting and job cost challenges.
Highway Contractor and Aggregate Producer – Iowa
A medium-sized highway contractor based in Iowa with seven remote asphalt and concrete plants located in a three-state area. The company, a well-run organization, was growing and profitable.
Heavy Civil Contractor – California
This large civil contractor based in Northern California also has a related company that rents equipment to their own projects and also to third-party companies. The company has two offices located approximately 30 miles from each other with the contracting operations based in one office, and the equipment rental and maintenance shop based in the other. The company performs large earthwork projects for the states of California and Nevada, as well as for other private and public customers.
Highway Contractor and Aggregate Producer – Canada
A Canadian highway contractor and aggregate producer in a central province generating approximately $20 million USD per year in revenues. They have a centralized equipment fleet and two primary asphalt plants. They also perform jobs for the Government of Canada or Provincial Government where aggregate materials are quarried from “Crown” owned land and put in place.
Highway Contractor – Massachusetts
A highway and paving contractor performing in excess of $150 million has divisions performing many small jobs as well as some performing large complex projects. Material production and sales is also part of the business mix. A large equipment fleet and sophisticated approach to equipment management along with crew scheduling for the small jobs were important requirements for this company.
Highway Contractor and Aggregate Producer – Pennsylvania
Large highway contractor and aggregate producer, performing over $150 million in revenues in a family-owned business. The first generation founders are still active in the business and the second-generation members are being groomed to eventually take over.