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Core Markets

Eastmark Phase III Roadway Improvements
CSW was selected as the General Contractor for the Eastmark Phase III Roadway Improvement project located in the City of Mesa between Ellsworth and Signal Butte on Ray Road. The scope of work consisted of approximately 6,000 lf of 18” deep sewer line, 8” waterline, storm drain, and 2 miles of road improvements on eastbound side of Ray Rd. An additional 5,000 lf of full street improvements including asphalt paving, curb and gutter, meandering sidewalk, catch basins, driveways, 2 bridges, fencing, electrical, and landscaping was also completed.
Pinnacle Peak Road 55th Ave – 45th Ave
CSW completed major street improvements between 55th Avenue to 45th Avenue. The project's construction improvements consisted of, but were not limited to: 12,000 1f of storm drain pipe (54" to 15"), new asphalt paving; concrete curb and gutter; concrete sidewalks; catch basins; concrete box culvert crossings; drainage structures; erosion protection; basin grading; lot fill grading and roadway embankment. Pinnacle Peak was recognized as an award winning project.
City of Phoenix JOC
CSW is currently working on their fourth consecutive JOC with the City of Phoenix. This Job Order Contract will include roughly 100 job order agreements (JOAs) over the full contract term. Projects will vary in complexity and urgency at the Goodyear Airport, Deer Valley Airport and with the majority being performed at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. The JOAs will be performed airside and landside, and will encompass all general civil construction including, but not limited to: Earthwork, concrete paving & minor structures, asphalt paving, utilities, bridge repairs – structural and maintenance, grading/ drainage, roadway signage and minor engineering services; all with the effort to minimize impact to America’s 9th busiest airport.
Phoenix Goodyear Airport
The Goodyear Runway Shift project consisted of shifting Runway 3 to the south 300 feet, and Runway 21 1,800 feet north. This project consisted of 44,000 cubic yards of excavation, 12,950 cubic yards of aggregate base, and 18,420 square yards of PCCP. A new blast pad and new connector, Taxiway A10, was constructed as the primary entrance to Runway 3. Taxiway A1 was removed and a new Taxiway A1 was constructed south of existing Taxiway A1. CSW’s scope for this project included grading, drainage, PCCP, AC pavements, lighting, signage, and electrical underground work.
Odysea Aquarium
As the largest aquarium in the southwest, Odysea houses over 30,000 animals and is a main attraction for all age levels. CSW's scope of work featured the digging required for duct banks and underground electrical, the installation of water, sewer, and storm drain piping, tank and structure excavations, site grading, and dug layouts for various concrete structures.
Caliche Senior Living Center
CSW’s scope of work consisted of grading and utilities for a commercial site in Casa Grande, AZ. The incidental work required for the project included onsite/offsite grading, drywells, waterlines, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, importing building pad material, and exporting existing site material.
Cardinals Stadium Storm Drain
CSW’s work for the general contractor on the new Cardinals Stadium in Glendale included installation of more than 1,400 lf of 15” - 48” RCP and more than 15,000 lf of 12” - 48” HDPE pipe, many significant concrete headwalls and other miscellaneous work.
Flagstaff – Holbrook 1-40 reconstruction
This $5.8-million project included reconstruction of westbound I-40 through the removal of some rolling hill grades, realignment of the westbound lanes and the westbound on- and off-ramps at Cosnino Road, the installation of new guardrails, pavement markings, signage and other related work. Improvements to eastbound I-40 were made possible through a valve engineering agreement, which increased available funding through cost savings on other portions of the project. An aggressive scheduled allowed the project to finish six weeks early. The overall success of the project was due in large part to the team's commitment and willingness to communicate in a positive, honest and forthright manner, as outlined by the Team Partnership Charter and goals. Because this particular stretch of I-40 is heavily used by regional commuters and residents of the adjacent Cosnino neighborhood, a robust public outreach program was implemented to keep the community informed of project activities and roadway restrictions. CSW received the maximum bonus for completing phase one of the project well ahead of schedule, which was viewed as the most critical phase due to its drastic impacts on the traveling public and nearby residents.
Wasatch Regional Class V Landfill
CSW provided general contracting services a new landfill and all required infrastructure including excavation, leachate system installation, operations layer, boring, fencing, highway widening and parking lot paving for the Wasatch Regional Landfill. Our services included 150,000 cy of mass excavation; 74,300 cy of embankment construction; bore and placement of 112 lf of 26” steel casing; installation 120 lf of 24” HPDE pipe; 19,840 lf of 5-strand barbed fences; three gates; asphalt roadway construction and gravel road construction.
Tekoi Balefill Landfill
CSW provided construction services for a new cell at the Tekoi Balefill Landfill in Utah. The scope of work included 100,000 cy of excavation; 9,000 cy of embankment reconstruction; 26,000 cy placement of operations layers; 2,300 lf of 4”, 6” and 8” leachate piping and 1,620 lf anchor trench.
Durango-La Plata County Airport Taxiway and Runway Reconstruction
CSW completed a multi-phase airport expansion and rehabilitation project for the Durango-La Plata County Airport in Colorado.
Colorado Springs Runway 12-30 Rehabilitation
CSW's scope of work consisted of a mill and overlay of approximately 141,450 square yards and placing of 47,540 tons of asphalt for Runway 12-30, the complete removal of Taxiway B-2 and an extension of Taxiway B-3.
Lisbon Valley Mine Pond and Leach Pad
Construction of the pond and pad required 355,366 cy of excavation, with haul routes of 1.5 miles each direction. The lining of the pad and pond featured 125,300 cy of in-place compacted clay liner; 154,000 cy of overliner fill placement and 841,444 sy of fine grading. CSW and Lisbon’s on-site mining staff worked together to analyze drainage improvement needs and identified a cost effective solution. After identifying the need, CSW also placed 11,593 tons of rip rap to complete a 4,700 lf drainage channel.
Vega Solar Site
The Vega 5.0MW Solar Site is one of five solar projects in the BHE MN Community Solar Gardens Phase II project. All five sites encompass a total of 10,151 SY of site access roads, 103 acres of clearing and grubbing, trenching and placing 8,519 LF of DC and 7,209 LF of AC cable, driving 6,573 posts, installing 152,712 modules and placing and terminating 143 combiner boxes.
Spica Solar Site
The Spica 2.0MW Solar Site is one of five solar projects in the BHE MN Community Solar Gardens Phase II project. All five sites encompass a total of 10,151 SY of site access roads, 103 acres of clearing and grubbing, trenching and placing 8,519 LF of DC and 7,209 LF of AC cable, driving 6,573 posts, installing 152,712 modules and placing and terminating 143 combiner boxes.
Gemini Solar Site
The Gemini 3.0MW Solar Site is one of five solar projects in the BHE MN Community Solar Gardens Phase II project. All five sites encompass a total of 10,151 SY of site access roads, 103 acres of clearing and grubbing, trenching and placing 8,519 LF of DC and 7,209 LF of AC cable, driving 6,573 posts, installing 152,712 modules and placing and terminating 143 combiner boxes.
Centaurus Solar Site
The Centaurus 2.0MW Solar Site is one of five solar projects in the BHE MN Community Solar Gardens Phase II project. All five sites encompass a total of 10,151 SY of site access roads, 103 acres of clearing and grubbing, trenching and placing 8,519 LF of DC and 7,209 LF of AC cable, driving 6,573 posts, installing 152,712 modules and placing and terminating 143 combiner boxes.
Antlia Solar Site
The Antlia 2.0MW Solar Site is one of five solar projects in the BHE MN Community Solar Gardens Phase II project. All five sites encompass a total of 10,151 SY of site access roads, 103 acres of clearing and grubbing, trenching and placing 8,519 LF of DC and 7,209 LF of AC cable, driving 6,573 posts, installing 152,712 modules and placing and terminating 143 combiner boxes.
Mesilla Levee Phase II
CSW provided subcontracting services for earthwork on the Mesilla Levee, Phase II in New Mexico. The 19-mile rehabilitation and modification project is along an existing floodway levee of the Rio Grande River. The improvements consisted of: 1) clay platting of 2’ on the top and riverside portions of levee to raise the top-of-levee elevation; 2) modification the levee slopes through the use of seepage control structures to control through-seepage and under-seepage; and 3) rehabilitation of the existing pipeline/culvert structures and appurtenances located within the levees by modifying them to be in accordance with the raised levee cross-section, repair of gates and gatewells and the addition of gates to ungated structures. CSW’s scope of work included clearing and grubbing the project site; 585,000 cy cut to fill and associated mixing/blending of impervious clay into the native soil, fine grading and the spreading of the topsoil.
Imperial Valley West Solar – 150MW
This project consists of 530,280 cubic yards of cut to fill, disc and roll of over 800 acres, 48,960 lineal feet of chain link fence, 18,178 square yards of asphalt paving, 28,790 cubic yards of soil cement, 101 vaults and multiple runs of box culverts.
Barilla Solar Plant – 21MW
CSW’s scope for this Move On Package included grading 210 acres, furnishing 18,300 tons of base course for parking lots and entrances, installation of 17,800 ft of silt fencing, installation of 14 vaults, installation of 4,700 ft of fencing, and 3,620 ft of waterline.
Topaz Solar farm – 550MW
This project included over 230,000 lf of trenching and backfilling of AC and DC Feeder cables and backfilling of 127 PCS/PVCS precast vaults.
Moapa Solar Plant – 350MW
CSW constructed approximately 5.7 miles of new access road, finished and installed approximately 18,000 tons of base course, constructed 500 lf of storm drain pipe, and 7,800 ft of waterline with booster pumps and a generator.
Astoria 1 & 2 Solar Plants - 175MW
This “Balance of System” (BOS) project consists of trenching and installation of all electrical conductors, termination and testing of 1,284 combiner boxes, 46 PCS skids, 7 PVCS skids and over 2M PV solar modules.
Elm City Solar Farm - 40MW
This project consisted of site prep (disc and roll), the mobilization of all temporary construction facilities, installation of the security fence and parking areas, installation of 28 PCS precast vaults and the installation of the module support structure.
Morelos Del Sol Solar Farm – 18MW
The scope of this project included the mobilization of the temporary construction facilities, clear and grub of 140 acres, installation of security fence, trenching and installation of the electrical conductors. Installation, termination and testing of 144 combiner boxes, 6 PCS skids, and installation of the module support structure, and 112K PV solar modules as well as performing the commissioning and start-up assistance functions for the project.
Silver State South Solar Sitework – 250MW
This project consists of clearing, grubbing, and finish grading of almost 2,000 acres, excavating 3.5M cubic yards of soil, constructing multiple concrete inlet and outlets, purchasing and placing 50K tons of grouted rip-rap for erosion control, 25K tons of base for road construction, and placing 136 PCS/PVCS precast vaults.
Intrepid Potash - HB Solar Solution Mine
Initial Design Build contract was awarded in 2008 to construct 500 acres of evaporation ponds. The design process began in January 2011 and construction began in May of 2012. The work includes: 3,800,000 cy of mass excavation; 2,800,000 sy of subgrade prep; 1,100,000 cy of imported protective cover material. In addition, we have two additional contracts at the same facility for the construction of 17 well sites and related access road and for the furnishing and installation of well pumps, VFD’s, transformers, wellhead manifold piping and SCADA system.
Marana Landfill Module 1A
CSW worked with Waste Management to construct a brand new landfill, including cell construction, offsite improvements and access road construction at what will be the Marana Regional Landfill. The scope of work for this project included 2,152,442 cy of mass excavation; 15 acres of subgrade prep; 1 mile of access road construction; 5,400 tons of asphalt paving; 1,500 lf of HDPE piping; 12,000 lf of fencing; 47,000 cy of operations layer placement; 10,000 tons of rip rap; and offsite roadway improvements.
Buffalo Grass Rail Terminal
As general contractor, CSW provided the initial construction services for what will become a transloading rail terminal. This terminal will be used to bring in Frac Sand for it’s use in the oil and gas fields located in Southeast New Mexico and West Texas. The initial scope of work included clearing approximately 54 acres, as well as scrapers cutting and filling nearly 125,000 cubic yards of material. This was done to prepare for the subgrade of 18,000 linear feet of track that will be installed. Scope of work also included 72,341 square yards of subgrade prep in the sub-ballast area, and placement of 24,536 tons of sub-ballast rock. CSW also installed 987 feet of 24’’ CMP, 106 feet of 36’’ CMP, 597 feet of 42’’ CMP, and 40 cubic yards of riprap. Lastly, CSW also performed 18,500 square yards of subgrade prep for any unpaved laydown areas, finished with geogrid and 6,000 tons of gravel.
T3 Modernization
CSW completed the sawcut/demo/patch back of asphalt concrete, and installed the following: 6” sewer line (405 LF), 1.5” waterline (335 LF), and water meters. CSW also completed the fence installation, data conduit installation, and electrical work.
Rangeland Energy Rio Hub - Phase I
The Rangeland Energy RIO Railroad Terminal serves as a Crude Oil export and Frac Sand import hub for the Oil & Gas fields of West Texas and Southeastern New Mexico. CSW’s scope of work included the completion of railway earthwork, and placement of sub ballast for Phase I ladder track construction. This included cut to fill, subgrade prep, sub ballast placement, compaction and fine grading.

Eastmark Phase III Roadway Improvements

CSW was selected as the General Contractor for the Eastmark Phase III Roadway Improvement project located in the City of Mesa between Ellsworth and Signal Butte on Ray Road. The scope of work consisted of approximately 6,000 lf of 18” deep sewer line, 8” waterline, storm drain, and 2 miles of road improvements on eastbound side of Ray Rd. An additional 5,000 lf of full street improvements including asphalt paving, curb and gutter, meandering sidewalk, catch basins, driveways, 2 bridges, fencing, electrical, and landscaping was also completed.

Pinnacle Peak Road 55th Ave – 45th Ave

CSW completed major street improvements between 55th Avenue to 45th Avenue. The project's construction improvements consisted of, but were not limited to: 12,000 1f of storm drain pipe (54" to 15"), new asphalt paving; concrete curb and gutter; concrete sidewalks; catch basins; concrete box culvert crossings; drainage structures; erosion protection; basin grading; lot fill grading and roadway embankment. Pinnacle Peak was recognized as an award winning project.

City of Phoenix JOC

CSW is currently working on their fourth consecutive JOC with the City of Phoenix. This Job Order Contract will include roughly 100 job order agreements (JOAs) over the full contract term. Projects will vary in complexity and urgency at the Goodyear Airport, Deer Valley Airport and with the majority being performed at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. The JOAs will be performed airside and landside, and will encompass all general civil construction including, but not limited to: Earthwork, concrete paving & minor structures, asphalt paving, utilities, bridge repairs – structural and maintenance, grading/ drainage, roadway signage and minor engineering services; all with the effort to minimize impact to America’s 9th busiest airport.

Phoenix Goodyear Airport

The Goodyear Runway Shift project consisted of shifting Runway 3 to the south 300 feet, and Runway 21 1,800 feet north. This project consisted of 44,000 cubic yards of excavation, 12,950 cubic yards of aggregate base, and 18,420 square yards of PCCP. A new blast pad and new connector, Taxiway A10, was constructed as the primary entrance to Runway 3. Taxiway A1 was removed and a new Taxiway A1 was constructed south of existing Taxiway A1. CSW’s scope for this project included grading, drainage, PCCP, AC pavements, lighting, signage, and electrical underground work.

Odysea Aquarium

As the largest aquarium in the southwest, Odysea houses over 30,000 animals and is a main attraction for all age levels. CSW's scope of work featured the digging required for duct banks and underground electrical, the installation of water, sewer, and storm drain piping, tank and structure excavations, site grading, and dug layouts for various concrete structures.

Caliche Senior Living Center

CSW’s scope of work consisted of grading and utilities for a commercial site in Casa Grande, AZ. The incidental work required for the project included onsite/offsite grading, drywells, waterlines, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, importing building pad material, and exporting existing site material.

Cardinals Stadium Storm Drain

CSW’s work for the general contractor on the new Cardinals Stadium in Glendale included installation of more than 1,400 lf of 15” - 48” RCP and more than 15,000 lf of 12” - 48” HDPE pipe, many significant concrete headwalls and other miscellaneous work.

Flagstaff – Holbrook 1-40 reconstruction

This $5.8-million project included reconstruction of westbound I-40 through the removal of some rolling hill grades, realignment of the westbound lanes and the westbound on- and off-ramps at Cosnino Road, the installation of new guardrails, pavement markings, signage and other related work. Improvements to eastbound I-40 were made possible through a valve engineering agreement, which increased available funding through cost savings on other portions of the project. An aggressive scheduled allowed the project to finish six weeks early. The overall success of the project was due in large part to the team's commitment and willingness to communicate in a positive, honest and forthright manner, as outlined by the Team Partnership Charter and goals. Because this particular stretch of I-40 is heavily used by regional commuters and residents of the adjacent Cosnino neighborhood, a robust public outreach program was implemented to keep the community informed of project activities and roadway restrictions. CSW received the maximum bonus for completing phase one of the project well ahead of schedule, which was viewed as the most critical phase due to its drastic impacts on the traveling public and nearby residents.

Wasatch Regional Class V Landfill

CSW provided general contracting services a new landfill and all required infrastructure including excavation, leachate system installation, operations layer, boring, fencing, highway widening and parking lot paving for the Wasatch Regional Landfill. Our services included 150,000 cy of mass excavation; 74,300 cy of embankment construction; bore and placement of 112 lf of 26” steel casing; installation 120 lf of 24” HPDE pipe; 19,840 lf of 5-strand barbed fences; three gates; asphalt roadway construction and gravel road construction.

Tekoi Balefill Landfill

CSW provided construction services for a new cell at the Tekoi Balefill Landfill in Utah. The scope of work included 100,000 cy of excavation; 9,000 cy of embankment reconstruction; 26,000 cy placement of operations layers; 2,300 lf of 4”, 6” and 8” leachate piping and 1,620 lf anchor trench.

Durango-La Plata County Airport Taxiway and Runway Reconstruction

CSW completed a multi-phase airport expansion and rehabilitation project for the Durango-La Plata County Airport in Colorado.

Colorado Springs Runway 12-30 Rehabilitation

CSW's scope of work consisted of a mill and overlay of approximately 141,450 square yards and placing of 47,540 tons of asphalt for Runway 12-30, the complete removal of Taxiway B-2 and an extension of Taxiway B-3.

Lisbon Valley Mine Pond and Leach Pad

Construction of the pond and pad required 355,366 cy of excavation, with haul routes of 1.5 miles each direction. The lining of the pad and pond featured 125,300 cy of in-place compacted clay liner; 154,000 cy of overliner fill placement and 841,444 sy of fine grading. CSW and Lisbon’s on-site mining staff worked together to analyze drainage improvement needs and identified a cost effective solution. After identifying the need, CSW also placed 11,593 tons of rip rap to complete a 4,700 lf drainage channel.

Vega Solar Site

The Vega 5.0MW Solar Site is one of five solar projects in the BHE MN Community Solar Gardens Phase II project. All five sites encompass a total of 10,151 SY of site access roads, 103 acres of clearing and grubbing, trenching and placing 8,519 LF of DC and 7,209 LF of AC cable, driving 6,573 posts, installing 152,712 modules and placing and terminating 143 combiner boxes.

Spica Solar Site

The Spica 2.0MW Solar Site is one of five solar projects in the BHE MN Community Solar Gardens Phase II project. All five sites encompass a total of 10,151 SY of site access roads, 103 acres of clearing and grubbing, trenching and placing 8,519 LF of DC and 7,209 LF of AC cable, driving 6,573 posts, installing 152,712 modules and placing and terminating 143 combiner boxes.

Gemini Solar Site

The Gemini 3.0MW Solar Site is one of five solar projects in the BHE MN Community Solar Gardens Phase II project. All five sites encompass a total of 10,151 SY of site access roads, 103 acres of clearing and grubbing, trenching and placing 8,519 LF of DC and 7,209 LF of AC cable, driving 6,573 posts, installing 152,712 modules and placing and terminating 143 combiner boxes.

Centaurus Solar Site

The Centaurus 2.0MW Solar Site is one of five solar projects in the BHE MN Community Solar Gardens Phase II project. All five sites encompass a total of 10,151 SY of site access roads, 103 acres of clearing and grubbing, trenching and placing 8,519 LF of DC and 7,209 LF of AC cable, driving 6,573 posts, installing 152,712 modules and placing and terminating 143 combiner boxes.

Antlia Solar Site

The Antlia 2.0MW Solar Site is one of five solar projects in the BHE MN Community Solar Gardens Phase II project. All five sites encompass a total of 10,151 SY of site access roads, 103 acres of clearing and grubbing, trenching and placing 8,519 LF of DC and 7,209 LF of AC cable, driving 6,573 posts, installing 152,712 modules and placing and terminating 143 combiner boxes.

Mesilla Levee Phase II

CSW provided subcontracting services for earthwork on the Mesilla Levee, Phase II in New Mexico. The 19-mile rehabilitation and modification project is along an existing floodway levee of the Rio Grande River. The improvements consisted of: 1) clay platting of 2’ on the top and riverside portions of levee to raise the top-of-levee elevation; 2) modification the levee slopes through the use of seepage control structures to control through-seepage and under-seepage; and 3) rehabilitation of the existing pipeline/culvert structures and appurtenances located within the levees by modifying them to be in accordance with the raised levee cross-section, repair of gates and gatewells and the addition of gates to ungated structures. CSW’s scope of work included clearing and grubbing the project site; 585,000 cy cut to fill and associated mixing/blending of impervious clay into the native soil, fine grading and the spreading of the topsoil.

Imperial Valley West Solar – 150MW

This project consists of 530,280 cubic yards of cut to fill, disc and roll of over 800 acres, 48,960 lineal feet of chain link fence, 18,178 square yards of asphalt paving, 28,790 cubic yards of soil cement, 101 vaults and multiple runs of box culverts.

Barilla Solar Plant – 21MW

CSW’s scope for this Move On Package included grading 210 acres, furnishing 18,300 tons of base course for parking lots and entrances, installation of 17,800 ft of silt fencing, installation of 14 vaults, installation of 4,700 ft of fencing, and 3,620 ft of waterline.

Topaz Solar farm – 550MW

This project included over 230,000 lf of trenching and backfilling of AC and DC Feeder cables and backfilling of 127 PCS/PVCS precast vaults.

Moapa Solar Plant – 350MW

CSW constructed approximately 5.7 miles of new access road, finished and installed approximately 18,000 tons of base course, constructed 500 lf of storm drain pipe, and 7,800 ft of waterline with booster pumps and a generator.

Astoria 1 & 2 Solar Plants - 175MW

This “Balance of System” (BOS) project consists of trenching and installation of all electrical conductors, termination and testing of 1,284 combiner boxes, 46 PCS skids, 7 PVCS skids and over 2M PV solar modules.

Elm City Solar Farm - 40MW

This project consisted of site prep (disc and roll), the mobilization of all temporary construction facilities, installation of the security fence and parking areas, installation of 28 PCS precast vaults and the installation of the module support structure.

Morelos Del Sol Solar Farm – 18MW

The scope of this project included the mobilization of the temporary construction facilities, clear and grub of 140 acres, installation of security fence, trenching and installation of the electrical conductors. Installation, termination and testing of 144 combiner boxes, 6 PCS skids, and installation of the module support structure, and 112K PV solar modules as well as performing the commissioning and start-up assistance functions for the project.

Silver State South Solar Sitework – 250MW

This project consists of clearing, grubbing, and finish grading of almost 2,000 acres, excavating 3.5M cubic yards of soil, constructing multiple concrete inlet and outlets, purchasing and placing 50K tons of grouted rip-rap for erosion control, 25K tons of base for road construction, and placing 136 PCS/PVCS precast vaults.

Intrepid Potash - HB Solar Solution Mine

Initial Design Build contract was awarded in 2008 to construct 500 acres of evaporation ponds. The design process began in January 2011 and construction began in May of 2012. The work includes: 3,800,000 cy of mass excavation; 2,800,000 sy of subgrade prep; 1,100,000 cy of imported protective cover material. In addition, we have two additional contracts at the same facility for the construction of 17 well sites and related access road and for the furnishing and installation of well pumps, VFD’s, transformers, wellhead manifold piping and SCADA system.

Marana Landfill Module 1A

CSW worked with Waste Management to construct a brand new landfill, including cell construction, offsite improvements and access road construction at what will be the Marana Regional Landfill. The scope of work for this project included 2,152,442 cy of mass excavation; 15 acres of subgrade prep; 1 mile of access road construction; 5,400 tons of asphalt paving; 1,500 lf of HDPE piping; 12,000 lf of fencing; 47,000 cy of operations layer placement; 10,000 tons of rip rap; and offsite roadway improvements.

Buffalo Grass Rail Terminal

As general contractor, CSW provided the initial construction services for what will become a transloading rail terminal. This terminal will be used to bring in Frac Sand for it’s use in the oil and gas fields located in Southeast New Mexico and West Texas. The initial scope of work included clearing approximately 54 acres, as well as scrapers cutting and filling nearly 125,000 cubic yards of material. This was done to prepare for the subgrade of 18,000 linear feet of track that will be installed. Scope of work also included 72,341 square yards of subgrade prep in the sub-ballast area, and placement of 24,536 tons of sub-ballast rock. CSW also installed 987 feet of 24’’ CMP, 106 feet of 36’’ CMP, 597 feet of 42’’ CMP, and 40 cubic yards of riprap. Lastly, CSW also performed 18,500 square yards of subgrade prep for any unpaved laydown areas, finished with geogrid and 6,000 tons of gravel.

T3 Modernization

CSW completed the sawcut/demo/patch back of asphalt concrete, and installed the following: 6” sewer line (405 LF), 1.5” waterline (335 LF), and water meters. CSW also completed the fence installation, data conduit installation, and electrical work.

Rangeland Energy Rio Hub - Phase I

The Rangeland Energy RIO Railroad Terminal serves as a Crude Oil export and Frac Sand import hub for the Oil & Gas fields of West Texas and Southeastern New Mexico. CSW’s scope of work included the completion of railway earthwork, and placement of sub ballast for Phase I ladder track construction. This included cut to fill, subgrade prep, sub ballast placement, compaction and fine grading.