Nestle in the gentle rolling hills of west-central Minnesota in Nuest Farms. Steve Nuest and his son Chad, feed, water and watch over 5,700 acres of growing crops near the town of Hancock. The year they are upping their profits by the use of precision agriculture technology.
One of the larger paving companies in the Hawaiian island chain, Maui Paving was formed in 2005 through a merger between Grace Pacific Corporation and Goodfellow brothers, Inc. The company works (under various names) throughout Maui, Molokai and Kauai and generally gets the build of the work on the Islands
The new Lake County fairground is literally a "green field" site explained by Ruben Cuevas, chief surveyor of Lake County Grading Co., LLC. "It was a piece of farmland when we started. We had to do a massive amount of earth work including multiple ponds, roadways, parking, and all of the site preparation for the midway and permanent exhibition buildings.
The Mountain Watershed Association, Melcroft, Pennsylvania, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) recently awarded a contract to Berner Construction Gap, Pennsylvania, to reconstruct a failed acid mine drainage system. The new system protects Indian Creek, which is located near the drainage system and the Youghiogheny River, into which the creek empties; the area's economy is now based entirely on tourist- and clean water for leisure activities.
In early 2009, Haydon Building Corp., Phoenix, was awarded a $79.9 Million contract by the Town of Gilbert, a suburb located southeast of Phoenix, for bridge widening a roadway section improvements among other work along Higley Road, a major north-south arterial. a lane was to be added in each direction over a wash in the Eastern Maricopa Floodway that passes under the existing 450-foot bridge and Haydon stared work in October 2008.
A new police station is scheduled for completion by June 2010 in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Construction of the tow-story, 79,000-square-foot foundation, began during the second week of October 2008 and was scheduled for completion by the end of the year-an 11-week timeframe.
The Canyon de Chelly National Monument is one of the richest archeological resources on the planet. located in northeast Arizona, this unit of the National Park service encompasses 83,840 acres and is home to a community of Navajo people and an estimated 4,000 archeological sites, which range in complexity from fields of ancient stone tolls and pottery to 60-room pueblo dwellings.