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WAPPAPELLO GATEHOUSE REHAB
OWNER: USACE-ST LOUIS DISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $402,317.48
DESCRIPTION: This Project consisted of the replacement of the windows, entry door, and gutters/snow guard.
The first phase of construction was the replacement of the entry doors to the gatehouse. The old doors were removed and replace with a vertical lift door. The door is mounted in a tower on each side of the door and is operated by a wench mounted on the right tower. The complete system is approximately 12 feet wide by 22 feet 7 inches tall and is securely mounted to the concrete structure. A 3 foot personal door is located in the center to provide access without the removal of the entire vertical door system. A scissor lift was utilized to install the door because of the safety aspects of the project. Once installed, the door was completed with premium marine based paint to ensure years of service.

The second phase of construction was the removal and replacement of the translucent panels. Each window consisted of a rough opening of 8 feet 6 inches by 23 feet and was approximately 3 feet from the floor. A scaffold system and scissor lift was utilized during this phase due to the heights of the panels. The translucent panel system was produced by the Kalwall Corporation from specifications obtained from USACE. Once the windows were installed a exhaust fan was placed over an opening left in the window and supported by a frame. The frame was designed by an engineer and produced by a local metal shop. Daily equipment, PPE, and fall protection checks were performed before the start of work each day.

The last phase of construction was the removal of the existing gutter and the installation of a new gutter system and snow guards. The gutter system on the gatehouse is approximately 45 feet from the ground on the front and 85 feet on the rear. The front and sides were accessed by the use of an 80 foot man lift, while the rear was accessed by the use of a 65 ton crane with man basket. Before the start of work a critical lift plan was completed and followed during the course of the project. The gutter system was comprised of copper in 20 and 24oz per square foot stock, treated wood, and galvanized steel. After the existing gutter was removed, the galvanized steel angle was fastened to the structure and treated wood added to the face. Then the copper was installed in sections providing a seamless appearance, with the only joints to receive solder located in the channel of the gutter. The snow guards were installed from the man baskets with the exception of the rear. Where the man baskets could not be utilized, a double tie off system was put in place for added protection from falls. All equipment was checked and tested before each use. Daily fall protection and PPE checks were documented in daily reports.

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GSA-USDA-NASS 2ND FLOOR RENOVATION

OWNER: GSA-USDA-NASS
CONTRACT SIZE: $1,344,829.79
DESCRIPTION: This project was the complete renovation of one half of the north east offices of the 2nd floor consisting of approximately 2,300 square feet of replacement, and the north central one half of the 2nd floor office area consisting of approximately 7,500 square feet of replacement.

Phase 1 of construction consisted of the renovation of the north east offices. This included the demolition of the existing office walls, flooring, celling systems, communications, HVAC, and Electrical components. The reinstallation of these offices included walls from floor to deck, new oak solid core doors, communication lines, improved energy efficient lighting, sustainable resource window treatments, carpet, and improved casework.
Phase 2 of construction consisted of the renovation of the north central offices of the second floor. This included the complete demolition of the area including the removal of an existing CMU wall and an asbestos abetment of doors and HVAC components. The reinstallation of the area included floor to deck walls surrounding the space, installation of glass walls in five offices and one conference room, new ceilings, new LVT and carpet. The area also received new casework in a breakroom, workroom, and large wrap around reception deck, which included sustainable resource countertops. In addition, the area received high efficiency lighting, and improved communications. The new oak solid core doors in this area were prepped to receive new electronic hardware for improve safety within that area. All window treatments that were installed in this phase also contained sustainable resource material.

All the work that was completed in this project was completed to the strictest guidelines and the best workmanship available.

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BALLISTIC GUARD BUILDING
OWNER:
General Services Administration
CONTRACT SIZE: $94,900.00
DESCRIPTION: For this project we were tasked with the purchase and installation of bullet proof windows, a swing out door with bullet proof glass and 2-12" pipe bollards for a Ballistics Protection Project at a Guard Building for the General Services Administration. This project was completed on time and within budget.

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FT. LEONARD WOOD CLASSROOM REMODEL BLDG. 3201
OWNER:
MICC-Ft. Leonard Wood
CONTRACT SIZE: $398,916.00
DESCRIPTION: Ft. Leonard Wood Military Reservation in Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. had a need to have offices constructed in the Contonment Area of Room 2617 Building 3201. This requirement was met by C & M Contractors, Inc.'s construction crew. This project included but was not limited to the following trade crafts. Demolition, Joint Sealing, Wood Doors, Hardware, Glass and Glazing, Gypsum Wallboard, Acoustical Ceilings, Resilient Flooring, Carpet, Painting, and Electrical work. This project required all employees of C & M Contractors, Inc. and all subcontractors to have top level security clearance from the government as well as have IWatch and OPSEC training before any work on the project could begin. The Superintendent and the Project Manager as well as all members of the C & M Contractors, Inc. team worked closely with the Contracting Officer to ensure that this project was completed to the governments specifications and in a timely manner.

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GSA-SSA-PASS THROUGH WINDOWS - CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO
OWNER:
General Services Administration - St. L ouis
CONTRACT SIZE: $27,900.00
DESCRIPTION: This remodel project for GSA on the Social Security Office in Cape Girardeau, Mo. This included removing an existing private interview booth and replacing it with two new interview booths. Removing all existing furniture from the affected area, removing the existing acoustical ceiling tiles, removing two existing counter tops, taking down the thermostat, removal of the existing door, cutting away the carpet from the construction area. In addition there was some wall base that had to be removed from the area. We removed an existing wall and framed in a new area to provide the required space the capability of fitting the new pass-through windows. This work had to be completed in it entirety while the office was closed. We started work on Friday at 5:00 pm and had it completed and ready to reopen by Monday morning at 8:00 am. While working on this project the building owner asked that we paint the rest of the area to match the paint that was asked for in the new section.

 

ST. LOUIS HISTORICAL COURTHOUSE RESTROOM REMODEL
OWNER: NATIONAL PARK SERVICE - MWR MISSOURI MABO
CONTRACT SIZE: $258,030.82
DESCRIPTION: Completely remodel mens and womens restrooms on the first floor. Demolition, installation of fixtures, tiling, electrical, water, sewer, and adjust fire alarms. Provided an ADA accesible restroom facility for the public during construction.
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SOUTHWESTERN POWER ADMINISTRATION
OWNER: DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY - SOUTHWESTERN POWER ADMINISTRATION
CONTRACT SIZE: $ 2,148,158.12
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Construction of new maintenance facility building, construction of addition to the existing parking bay facility, renovate the existing maintenance building in Jonesboro Arkansas. This project included: Cast in Place Concrete, concrete floor finishing, chemically stained concrete, masonry, masonry veneer, steel decking, cold formed metal framing, metal fabrication, pipe and tube railing, rough carpentry, finish carpentry, architectural wood case work, Thermal insulation, foamed in place insulation, metal roof panels, metal wall panels, manufactured gutters and downspouts, joint sealers, hollow metal doors and frames, flush wood doors, sectional doors, aluminum framed store fronts, door hardware, glazing, gypsum board assemblies, tiling, acoustical ceilings, resilient flooring, FRP wall liner panels, glass fiber acoustical insulation, painting and coating, plastic toilet compartments, toilet bath and laundry accessories, fire protection specialties, flagpoles, pre-engineered buildings, plumbing, HVAC, Electrical systems, exterior lighting, basic communication systems, Television systems, Fire detection and alarms, trenching, termite control, fill, aggregate base course, asphalt paving, concrete paving, painted pavement markings, seeding, chain link fencing, shrubs, trees, manholes and structures, site storm utility drainage piping. All of these tasks were completed on time and with quality workmanship.

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FORT LEONARD WOOD FOYER PROJECT
OWNER: US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS - MICC, FT LEONARD WOOD
CONTRACT SIZE: $ 112,957.13
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Construction of offices off of the foyer of the USACBRN

 

DONIPHAN RANGER STATION DEFERRED MAINTENANCE (2010-2011)
OWNER: US FOREST SERVICE – ROLLA, MO
CONTRACT SIZE: $ 259,590.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Replace Siding & Trim, Replace Building Wrap, Repair Existing
Windows, Replace HVAC system, Rewire Emergency & Parking Lot Lighting, Replace Flooring, Paint
Interior and Exterior, Repair Roofing, Build Draftstopping Walls in the Attic

 

 

Audio/Visual/Communication

GSA AUDIO/VISUAl - VTC KANSAS CITY, MO
OWNER:
General Service Administration
CONTRACT SIZE: $2,370,038.00
DESCRIPTION: In 2014 the GSA Heartland Regional Offices were being relocated from Bannister Federal Complex to Two Pershing Square at 2300 Main Kansas City. In order to make this transition more effective and efficient they had a need to insure that all of the Audio Visual and Virtual Telecommunications Conferencing were consistent throughout the offices and conference rooms. This was to make it less complicated when conferencing from one area to another and reduce the need for technical assistance due to different types of equipment. This project spanned two floors of the building and multiple conference rooms of different sizes, included installing televisions, cameras, projectors, speakers, monitors and more. This work was taking place in an existing building that was being renovated for the employees of the General Services Administration. It also included being able to reuse some of the existing equipment from the previous offices in the Bannister Federal Building. This project proved to have a couple of glitches in the plans and specifications but nothing that C & M and the Government couldn't get worked out in a timely manner in order to get the project completed to the Governments satisfaction.
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CBRNE DOT/LD CONFERENCE ROOM AUDIO/VISUAL MOVE
OWNER:
MICC-Ft. Leonard Wood
CONTRACT SIZE: $15,750.00
DESCRIPTION: In this project we were tasked with moving the existing audio/video components and program controller within the CBRNE DOT & LD Bldg. 3200 room 2617 to Bldg. 3202 room 3102B. Moving the speakers and all of their components, PERSONAMove document camera, 60" LED/LCD display and speakers, provide telephone conferencing capabilities through a codec system, and program the control devices to provide teleconferencing capabilities.

 

US ARMY MP SCHOOL, ALETD, CCTV MONITORING SYSTEMS, TA 167 & RANGE 13 SHOOT HOUSES
OWNER:
MICC-ICO FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO
CONTRACT SIZE: $194,944.00
DESCRIPTION: This project consisted of purchasing and installation of Indoor Cameras, Outdoor Cameras, Outdoor PTZ Cameras, DVR's, Monitors and Climate Controlled NEMA Containers
in the Shoot Houses 1 and 2, and in the six training buildings that make up TA 167.

 

92ND MP 4MEB CLASSROOM
OWNER: MICC-ICO FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO
CONTRACT SIZE: $23.557.00
DESCRIPTION: his project consisted of installation of an overhead projection system in the 92nd MP
classroom. This system included the projector, a ceiling mounted screen, an overhead audio system(speakers), wall access plates and a wall control panel.

 

193RD BSB 4MEB CLASSROOM
OWNER: MICC-ICO FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO
CONTRACT SIZE: $23,557.00
DESCRIPTION: This project consisted of installation of an overhead projection system in the 193rd MP 4MEB classroom. This system included the projector, a ceiling mounted screen, an overhead audio
system(speakers), wall access plates and a wall control panel.

 

NEC DCO (DIAL CENTRAL FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO
OWNER:
MICC-ICO FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO
CONTRACT SIZE: $212,700.00
DESCRIPTION: In this project we purchased, installed and setup audio /visual teleconferencing systems in a way that would maintain a professional office environment. These systems were installed in two locations, a conference room and a classroom. The classroom would need to have the capability of being split into two separate rooms if needed.

 

4TH MANEUVER ENHANCEMENT BRIGADE
OWNER:
MICC-ICO FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO
CONTRACT SIZE: $264,107.81
DESCRIPTION: This project was to purchase and install audio/visual equipment and all control devices in four(4) rooms in the 4th MEB Headquarters building. The Brigade Operations Center, the Commanders Conference Room, and two secondary conference rooms. The BOC and CCR each were to have SIPR and NIPR VTC capabilities along with conferencing and multiple inputs viewing.

 

 

Concrete

SOUTH PLAZA HARDSCAPES IMPROVEMENTS
OWNER:
GENERAL SERVIES ADMINISTRATION
CONTRACT SIZE: $877,634.00
DESCRIPTION: The hardscapes (pavers & concrete) on three sides of the Robert J. Dole Federal Courthouse were starting to crack and break. There was the potential hazard of someone tripping on the uneven pieces. There was also a leak in the underground parking garage that needing to be repaired while the replacing of the pavers was taking place. This project consisted of removal of the existing pavers and concrete underlayment as well as some of the landscaping items and then replacing them to the Governments specifications, all the while not doing any damage to the surrounding streets or the Federal Building, digging down to the existing roof of the underground parking area and replacing the waterproofing materials where it was determined that the leak was located, installing new sprinkler systems that needed to tie into the existing system, and placing concrete filled bollards in front of the building for protection. This project was Completed on time and within budget.

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DONIPHAN QUICK CREEK SIDEWALK & STREET
OWNER:
CITY OF DONIPHAN
CONTRACT SIZE: $140,588.00
DESCRIPTION: This project consisted of building a concrete street and sidewalk from the New Quick Creek Park to the Doniphan High School parking lot.

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WHITTEN ACCESS - ELEVEN RIVER
OWNER: MARK TWAIN NATIONAL FOREST - ELEVEN POINT RANGER DISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $ 103,852.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Removed and replaced a retaining wall and a boat ramp, added roadways through the campsite area, placed boulders in designated areas.

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GOLF CART PATH
OWNER: LITTLE ROCK AFB - 19TH CONTRACTING SQUADRON
CONTRACT SIZE: $ 32,898.49
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Remove Existing Asphalt, Construct concrete golf cart path @ hole # 7, construct curb and gutter, construct concrete dissipater, replace disturbed sod.

 

CLEARWATER INTAKE HOIST REPAIR
OWNER:
USACE - Little Rock
CONTRACT SIZE: $139,850.00
DESCRIPTION: This project took place at the Clearwater Lake Intake Tower. It consisted of removing and replacing all three of the gate control panels and each gates pendant control and other incidental related work. These controls raise and lower the gates that control floodwaters at the Clearwater Dam. This project also had an option to replace the existing overhead crane gate control and its pendant control and replace it with a new overhead crane reversing contractor NEMA size 2 control panel and a new pendant control station. The work had to be completed in such a way as to not have all three of the flood gates out of commission at the same time, in case of flooding. This task was accomplished in a timely and safe manner.

 

PIEDMONT NORTH SIDEWALK PROJECT, PIEDMONT, MO
OWNER: CITY OF PIEDMONT, MISSOURI
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
Construct sidewalks, handicap ramps, retaining wall, and pedestrian bridge.


 

 

Excavation/Earthwork

COPAN DAM SLDE REPAIR PHASE 2
OWNER: USACE-TULSA DISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $1,769,060.00
DESCRIPTION: This work was for the repairs required to the downstream slope failures (slides) on the embankment at Copan Lake, OK. C & M Contractors, Inc. provided all material, labor, plant, and equipment to complete the work in accordance with the plans and specifications as outlined by the contract. This work included the excavations of embankment slide material to a stable embankment material and stockpile it at a location indicated on the drawings provided by the Corp of Engineers. Placing filter sand, bedding stone, and traffic bound surface course as indicated in drawings so that the final repairs to the surfaces had a seamless transition to the undisturbed areas of the embankment. Remove the existing guardrail and posts within the repair limits of the slope repair and construct new guardrail using existing rail and new steel posts, new plastic block outs and new hardware. Restore all sod in the areas that are disturbed by construction and provide traffic control for the duration of the project. This work was performed along the landward side of SH 10 at the Copan Dam , Copan, Ok. The work was completed almost three months ahead of schedule and the total price was decreased by approximately $5,000.00 this was a great savings to the government. Please check out our pictures and the CCASS evaluation.
CCASS EVALUATION

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DEGOGNIA DRAINAGE AND LEVEE DISTRICT
OWNER: USACE-ST. LOUISDISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $4,337,838.55
DESCRIPTION: This project required all plan, material, labor and equipment to perform slide repairs with lime stabilization, foundation preperation, lime treatment and stockpiling of excavated materials and reconstruction of the levee embankment along the Degognia Levee in Jackson County, Il. It also included stripping, establishment of turf, geotextile and crushed stone. With this work and to ensure the proper amounts of lime were added to the soils for optimal compaction testing was performed at every level. C & M Contractors, Inc Field Quality Control officer/Superintendent worked closely with employees, testing agency, and government to ensure that all work was completed in a safe and timely manner. We recieved the initial solicitation on March 2, 2017 the contract was awarded on April 11, 2017 and the work was substantially completed on September 22, 2017 this was under the scheduled completion date and with a modification to the contract a savings to the government in the amount of 133,000.00. With this project came the use of the new Government program RMS 3.0, C & M employees made a point to learn and teach this program in order to provide all of the government requirements for this and future work with the Corp of Engineers.

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BREWERS LAKE CULVERT REHAB
OWNER: USACE-MEMPHIS DISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $1,801,907.34
DESCRIPTION: The work for this project consisted of providing all material, labor, and equipment to perform all work as stated in the contract for the Brewers Lake Culvert Rehab Project in the Levee District No. 3 in Mississippi County Mo. Approximately five miles east of the city of Charleston Mo. This included cutting the inlet of a 5' x 8' reinforced concrete box culvert, constructing the inlet structure, placing a reinforced box culvert extension at the outlet and constructing a reinforced concrete control structure. The outlet structure was to have a walkway bridge to the structures operating platform and two 4' x 5' sluice gates with gate hoist and accessories. This work included the demolition of the existing concrete pipe, excavations, backfill, environmental protection and establishment of turf. This project was completed within budget and on time.
CCASS EVALUATION

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ELK CHUTE DITCH 2013-2015
OWNER: USACE- ST. LOUIS DISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $2,791,757.00
DESCRIPTION: This project scope consisted of channel cleanout of the lower 1.2 miles of the Elk Chute Ditch in Dunklin County Mo., and clearing and snagging and smoothing existing spoil piles on another 14.6 miles for a total of 15.8 miles. This work included some channel excavation, clearing, snagging, and disposal of debris along with seeding and mulching, and environmental protection. Some of the channel excavations required a long reach excavator and some of the clearing of the banks had to be done from a boat. Environmental protection plans were utilized to preserve the waters while the work was being performed. Due to the depth of the ditch and the sandy conditions of the banks at some points safety was a major concern. Seeding and mulching, and environmental protection were also part of the scope of work for this project. C & M Contractors, Inc. finished the project under the contract period and under budget.
CCASS EVALUATION


CHOUTEAU ISLAND LEVEE REPAIR - MADISON COUNTY, IL
OWER: USACE- St. Louis District
CONTRACT SIZE: $888,220.29
DESCRIPTION: This project was the repair of a levee breach caused by the floods in the spring of 2013. Because of the magnitude of the breach and the depth of the hole caused by the flood waters C & M had to mobilize a pump that would pump the water back into the Mississippi River at a rate fast enough to be able to fill in the pervious and impervious soils. It also required some clearing and grubbing of the area in order to bring the project up to the standards that the United States Corp of Engineers wanted. This project also required close contact with utility companies due to the high volume of gas pipelines that ran through not only the breach area but the borrow areas of the construction site.

DUDLEY DITCH CLEARING AND GRUBBING - STODDARD COUNTY, MO
OWER: USACE- Memphis District
CONTRACT SIZE: $715,795.80
DESCRIPTION: The Dudley Ditch Project consisted of clearing and snagging of roughly 9 miles of ditch for the Drainage District No. 12 in Stoddard County, Mo. The work performed on this project was clearing, snagging, and disposal of debris and materials from those two tasks. It also included environmental protection of the waterways and seeding and mulching of the disturbed areas at the end of the project.
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CONSOLIDATED NORTH COUNTY BREACH & GRAVITY DRAIN
OWNER:
USACE - ST. LOUIS DISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $1,862,898.00
DESCRIPTION: This project consisted of three parts that included the repair of a two acre breach holding millions of gallons of water and rebuilding that levee along the land side of the Mississippi River just off of Riverlands Way outside of West Alton, Mo., and to repair two different slide areas by rebuilding them and adding a drainage system into each of the levee areas just outside of West Alton, Mo. and Portage de Sioux, Mo. Work on these projects included but were not limited to clearing, grubbing, care of water, pervious earthwork, impervious embankment, establishment of turf, geotextile, storm drainage pipe and flap gates installation.
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ST FRANCIS RIVER LEVEE, RIGHT BANK SLOPE RESTORATION AND PLANTING BERM CONSTRUCTION
OWNER: US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, MEMPHIS DISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $ 3,128,375.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Slope flattening on river side of levee, construction of planting berm at toe of levee, gravel placement on crown and ramps, excavation from borrow pit. Clearing and grubbing, establishment of turf.
CCASS EVALUATION

 

FLOOD RECOVERY-LEVEE REPAIRS WINFIELD/PIN OAK LEVEE DISTRICT-WINFIELD, MO
OWNER: US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, ST. LOUIS DISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $ 332,806.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Levee repairs, stripping, top size rip rap, crushed stone bedding, establishment of turf, excavating, embankment.
CCASS EVALUATION

 

JOPLIN BALL FIELDS
OWNER: US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERSS - ENERGY MANAGEMENT BRANCH, NEW YORK DISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $ 987,312.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Construct four temporary ballfields for the South Middle School in Joplin Missouri after the tornado of 2010 devestated the area. This included,baseball, softball, soccor, and football fields.
CCASS EVALUATION

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DITCH 24 CHANNEL CLEANOUT, STODDARD CO. MO (2010)
OWNER: US ARMY CORP OF ENGINEERS- MEMPHIS DISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $ 739,670.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Selective Clearing, Excavation, Silt Fence, Riprap, Erosion Control, Seed
& Mulch – Click here to see the Performance Evaluation!

 

LAKE CATAOUACHE, WESTWEGO, LA (2008)
OWNER: US ARMY CORP OF ENGINEERS
CONTRACT SIZE: $1,475,388.29
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Levee Enlargement and Concrete Scour Protection

 

LOWE’S HOME IMPROVEMENT STORE, NEOSHO, MO (2007)
OWNER: LOWE’S CORPORATION
CONTRACT SIZE: $1,251,038.93
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Site work, Storm Drains, Utilities, and Erosion Control.

 

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER, MARTIN, TN (2006)
OWNER: WAL-MART INC.
CONTRACT SIZE: $1,454,509
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Site work, Storm Drains and Erosion Control.

 

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER, FREDERICKTOWN, MO (2005)
OWNER: WAL-MART INC.
CONTRACT SIZE: $1,988,240
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Site work, Storm Drains, Curb and Gutter, Utilities, Erosion Control, Roadway and Intersection Work.

 

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER, DEXTER, MO (2004-2005)
OWNER: WAL-MART INC.
CONTRACT SIZE: $1,118,230
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Site work, Storm Drains, Erosion Control, and Utilities.

 

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER, TRUMANN, AR (2003-2004)
OWNER: WAL-MART INC.
CONTRACT SIZE: $1,556,260
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Site work, Storm Drains, Curb and Gutter, Concrete Ditch, Rip-rap, Erosion Control, Roadway and Intersection Work.

 

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER, WYNNE, AR (2002-2003)
OWNER: WAL-MART INC.
CONTRACT SIZE: $711,636
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Site work, Storm Drains, Curb and Gutter, Concrete Ditch, Rip-rap, and Erosion Control.

 

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER, GREENWOOD, AR
OWNER: WAL-MART INC.
CONTRACT SIZE: $522,761
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Site work and concrete work which included all layout engineering, earthwork, truck entrance, curb and gutter, light pole basins, erosion control, detention pond, and grouted rip rap.

 

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER, CLARKSVILLE, AR
OWNER: WAL-MART INC.
CONTRACT SIZE: $1,200,000
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Site work and concrete work which included all layout engineering, earthwork, base rock, storm drains, concrete islands, and curb and gutter.

 

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER, SALLISAW, OK
OWNER: WAL-MART INC.
CONTRACT SIZE: $2,065,315
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Site work and concrete work which included all layout engineering, earthwork, base rock, storm drains, concrete islands curb and gutter and truck entrances.

 

MCKENNON BOTTOMS & SOUTHPOINT LEVEES, DANVILLE, AR
OWNER: DUCKS UNLIMITED
CONTRACT SIZE: $93,000 & 118,000 respectively
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Built levees and installed pipe and water control structures.

 

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER, VAN BUREN, AR
OWNER: WAL-MART INC.
CONTRACT SIZE: $791,868
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Site work which included all layout engineering, earthwork and truck entrance.

 

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER, JONESBORO, AR
OWNER: BELZ-BURROW RETAIL DEVELOPMENT
CONTRACT SIZE: $240,484
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Road widening in front of site which included all layout engineering, earthwork, base rock, asphalt, striping, concrete islands, curb and gutter, ditch paving and RCP pipe.

 

RTE 412, PEMISCOT COUNTY, MO
OWNER: MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
CONTRACT SIZE: $81,904.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Removed surcharge from top of fill, placed on slopes of roadway, and adjusted pore pressure devices.

 

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER, SELMER. TN
OWNER: WAL-MART
CONTRACT SIZE: $429,166.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Site work which included clearing, grubbing, removal of topsoil and erosion control. Placed french drains, built detention pond, and completed excavation work for building pad, parking lot, and out-parcels. Completed paved ditch.


 

Roofing

CARUTHERSVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY ROOF REPLACEMENT
OWNER:
CARTUHERWVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY
CONTRACT SIZE: $531,900.00
DESCRIPTION:
This project included the removal of asphalt shingles down to the wood decking, gutters, downspouts, and misc. metal trim. Removing the rubbish and building debris from the job site after the demolition operations from fifty two (52) apartment units and one (1) community building at the Housing Development. Replacing the asphalt shingles with new equal to or better than "MCBI BattenLok", prefinished metal roofing systems, 2" High Standing Seam Roof Panel, with seams at 16" o.c. " All seams will have factory installed sealant. Concealed clips, 2-3/8 " High, will be used to anchor the panels in place. Install over roof decking equal to or better than #43 roofing felt for all fifty two of the dwelling units and the one community building. Install new gutters and downspouts. All gutters and downspouts were to be fabricated of 24 gauge equal to or better than "Kynar Pre-finished Metal" for all dwelling units and the community building. Install snow guards along the entire width of the new prefinished metal roofing for all fifty two dwelling units and the one community building.

 

B213 ROOF REPLACEMENT
OWNER:
LITTLE ROCK AFB
CONTRACT SIZE: $91,800.00
DESCRIPTION:
This project at the Little Rock Airforce Base was to demolish and dispose of the existing membrane roofing and the built up roofing systems and associated flashing/ transitions to the fullest extent necessary to accommodate a new roof and install a new, completely functional warrantied membrane roofing system on the entire facility. This facility had roofing on three different levels and included the disposal of the insulation, connectors, transitions, flashings, etc. Requirement was for the Dura last or equivalent Polyvinyl Chloride Membrane Roofing system. The building was occupied during the roof replacement.

 

MINGO ROOFING PROJECT 2015
OWNER:
NPS - NATIONAL WiLDLIFE REFUGE
CONTRACT SIZE: $10,760.43
DESCRIPTION:
This was a purchase order contract for the reshingling of the Quarters # 1 House at the Mingo National Wildlife Refuge at Mingo National Park, Puxico, Mo. C & M Contractors, Inc. was partnered with Kennedy Construction LLC in order to replace the existing asphalt shingles on the Quarters # 1 building and replacing them with Owens Corning Duration Premium Shingles. Installing ridge vents and providing Owens Corning weather lock at least 2 feet around all edges and penetrations. Provide and install new drip edge around the entire perimeter of the roof and the color should match the existing soffit. This roof was approximately 2000 sf and was completed in two days.

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WAPPAPELLO ROOFING - WAPPAPELLO, MO 2015
OWNER:
USACE - ST. LOUIS DISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $74,626.23
DESCRIPTION:
This project consisted of placing 7,077 sq. feet of metal roofing onto six different structures at the Redman Creek picnic and camping park at Lake Wappapello at Wappapello, Mo. The roofing requirements were that the metal roofing be equivalent to the Best Buy Metals, Image II Standing Seam System. The panels had to be 16 inches with minor striations, 26 ga. and a 1" standing seam. The installation also included any water barrier, flashing, thru roof pipe flashing, and trim assemblies. Snow/Ice guard protection had to be installed on the entire perimeter of all roofs. The roofs originally has asphalt shingles that had to be removed and any damage that decking or underlayment had to be repaired before the new metal roofing could be placed.

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WAPPAPELLO HYDROPOWER DECOMMISSIONING
OWNER: USACE ST. LOUIS
CONTRACT SIZE: $161,166.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: This project was the total removal of the unused hydropower unit and all its components. This consisted of an 8 ton generator and approximately 7 tons of shafts and components. After the dismantle, the intake tunnel was blocked by a ½ inch steel plate and 56 yards of concrete was placed in the mouth of the intake shaft. All portions of the hydropower structure were removed including control gates, control governor, and lubrication system. The unit was unbolted and rigged to the 75 ton hoist located in the gatehouse. C & M employees had to attend a training class to use the gatehouse crane. Plugging the intake shaft consisted of removing the trash racks from the shaft and inserting the steel gates. Once complete the remaining water was pumped from the shaft and a ½” steel plate was placed over the intake tunnel and bolted to the wall. Hydrophilic water stop was placed behind the plate ensuring no water could enter the shaft from the intake. The drive shaft and control shaft were 6” diameter shafts in 20 foot sections that dropped 80 feet from generator level to the turbine. These shafts were rigged to the 75 ton hoist and cut using an oxy propylene torch and grinders. A boat was used in the project not only for safety but to reach the intake structure.

 

BANNISTER TRANSFORMER REPLACEMENT
OWNER: GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
CONTRACT SIZE: $1,034,020.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: C & M was approached by General Services Administration to solve a very challenging situation that they had discovered in their US Naval Building located in Kansas City, MO.  GSA had four transformers in two locations that they needed removed and disposed of properly.  The transformers had been put in place and then the building was constructed around them during the 1950s.  Each transformer contained hazardous chemicals.  When we first began designing this project, we were aware that the transformers contained PCBs.  As we researched further into the project, we also discovered perchloroethylene, another hazardous chemical, was also present in the transformers.  The second crucial element of our design was the electrical shutdown.  This facility could NOT be shut down for an extended amount of time or during the week due to the computerized work that was performed at this facility.  The last element of our design addressed the modification of the building to enable us to remove the transformers.  We enlisted the help of Clean Harbors, a hazardous waste company, to eliminate any exposures as well as dispose of the hazardous material.  We hired Horner & Shifrin Engineering and Electric One to design and implement the electrical shutdown plan.  The third element was designed and implemented by C & M.  Our crews widened the doorways and used air skates to manipulate the equipment over the doorway ledge and thru the narrow passages.  We only had a couple of inches in width and height to move it, which did not allow us to use conventional equipment.  This project took five months of planning but once our plan was designed it only took two weekends to complete.  This is just one example of C & M taking all the necessary steps to solve the most difficult problems of our customers. Please see our CPARS evaluation.
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KANSAS RADIO TOWER MAINTENANCE
OWNER: US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, TULSA DISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $ 36,652.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Inspection and maintenance of radio towers in Fall River and Teeterville, Kansas

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CLEARWATER FLOOD WORK
OWNER: US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, LITTLE ROCK DISTRICT
CONTRACT SIZE: $270,375.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Paving and Asphalt Repairs, Canopy repairs, metal roofing, Bank Stabilization, launch ramp repair, installation of new canopies, pavement striping.

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ST. LOUIS SHUT OFF VALVES
OWNER: NATIONAL PARK SERVICE - MABO, ST. LOUIS
CONTRACT SIZE: $ 43,573.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Installed a 3 " and a 6" cut off valve to the existing sprinkler system.

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FORT LEONARD WOOD OBSERVATION TOWER TA244
OWNER:
US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, FT LEONARD WOOD
CONTRACT SIZE:
$238,903.00
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
Placed concrete pads and bolted together observation towers for the Military base.

LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE - TENNIS COURT RESURFACING
OWNER: USACE - LITTLE ROCK, AR
CONTRACT SIZE: $42,677.00
DESCRIPTION: Repair of approximately 14,750 sq. ft. of cracked tennis court surface. This included power washing the cracks and filling with a epoxy then repainting and striping the courts and adding a new backer board.

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