Description: Conway Construction Company completed the Structural Collapse Venue within 45 calender days. CCC performed extensive analysis and CAD drawings in order to assure the structure fit as designed. CCC was able to beat the schedule for this demanding process and earned the accolades of the Oregon Military for a job well done.
Description: The USACE called on a Thursday to announce its award of this contract to Conway Construction Company. Conway Construction Company was on the ground working by Saturday of the same week. CCC provided four 86,000lb-95,000lb excavators, five dump trucks, a water truck and grader to perform the work.
Description: CCC installed 1/2 mile of new road including storm, sewer in sidewalk. CCC completed 1/2 street improvements at another location. CCC completed the work on time.
Description: Conway Construction Company constructed intersection improvements including 2,000 ft of storm sewer, structural shoring, a 20X80 precast storm sewer detention vault, signals, road base, curb, gutter, sidewalk and paving
Description: CCC and its sub-contractor scaled over 800 tons of rock from this unstable slope it Salem Oregon. CCC completed the work in the tight 3 week time period to minimize impacts to the traveling public.
Description: CCC rehabilitated the Dismal Nitch Rest area with new curbs, sidewalk, paving, interpretive signs, pedestrian railing, decorative curved concrete walls with painted faux stone, topsoil and plantings. CCC accomplished the work under a tight schedule during one of the wettest falls in memory.
CCC received commendations from the Federal Highway Administration for their work on the project.
C-Tran contracted with Conway Construction to install a pull out bus stop to reduce congestion on a busy arterial in Vancouver, WA. CCC partnered with local contractors Cemex Construction Group, Mill Plain Electric and others to bring the project in on time and under budget.
Description: Conway Construction Company successfully completed the addition of over 17,000 tons of rip rap to the 1,900 feet to the bank of the Cowlitz River. The project was completed well ahead of schedule, on budget and complied with all the environmental regulations of the many local, state and federal permits.
Description: CCC installed a storm water system including HDPE Pipe, 2 pump stations, 40,000 yards of excavation and embankment, seeding and planting.