Case Studies Civil

Phillips Hardy Inc.

Founded in 1995 as Phillips Grading and Construction, Phillips Hardy Inc. has grown to become a leading general contractor with a specialty in heavy construction projects, including roads, bridges and utilities. With offices in both Columbia and Boonville, Missouri, Phillips Hardy completes projects across Missouri and the neighboring states with licenses to work in Kansas, […]

Precision Systems Engineering

Based in Sandy, Utah, Precision Systems Engineering (PSE) has been providing a strong suite of engineering services for industrial clients for 25 years. Founded with a strong team including Brent Maxwell, current president, the business incorporates in-house expertise and strikes a balance between personalized services and broad capabilities. “We are large enough to handle good-sized […]

Phillips Hardy Inc.

What started as Phillips Grading and Construction, founded by Wyatt and Kathy Phillips, has evolved into an organization with a multi-state reach. In 2007, Lee Hardy brought his construction management experience to the Phillips’ and together the trio formed Phillips Hardy Inc. Since its inception, Phillips Hardy has developed into a leading general contractor in […]

Power Plus Inc.

Power Plus Inc. has been providing quality electrical contracting services to clients in Boise, Idaho, and the surrounding areas since 1993. Established by Mark McKibben and Ron Hanna, the business has grown significantly for more than a decade. Power Plus specializes in commercial and industrial work and now serves clients throughout Idaho as well as […]

Premier Electrical Corporation

William J. Templeman Sr. established the Premier Electrical Company in 1902 as a small electrical business. His team started out repairing vacuum cleaners and rebuilding simple motors in Chicago. Over the years, the company has grown and evolved significantly. In the 1960s, the company went international, opening offices in Minneapolis, New York, Puerto Rico and […]

Pyramid Paving & Contracting

One of the biggest challenges any business faces is not only finding quality employees, but also keeping them. However, that is not the case for Pyramid Paving & Contracting (Pyramid); the Michigan-based, full-service asphalt paving contactor has held fast to the same team for nearly 33 years. “We’ve been in business for more than 33 […]

Power Plus Inc.

Power Plus Inc. (Power Plus) in Boise, Idaho, is stronger today than ever, and makes it a point to reevaluate its business regularly in order to stay that way. An electrical contractor completing industrial, commercial and traffic signalization work, Power Plus has become well-known for its many projects in southern Idaho and eastern Oregon. Founded […]

Pyramid Electrical Contractors Inc.

Pyramid Electrical Contractors Inc. (PEC) is a diverse electrical and telecommunications contractor based in Fairview Heights, Ill. Founded in 1982, the business has grown for more than three decades incorporating changing technology and high-efficiency practices. Ken Keeney, CEO, incorporated the business after working for former owners for more than a year. Keeney remains dedicated to […]

Pacific Pile & Marine LP

Pacific Pile & Marine LP (PPM) was established in 2008 by a veteran group of marine construction professionals sharing a vision: to provide exceptional service in underserviced markets, including complex, seasonal projects located in remote and limited access areas. “We like to say we specialize in D-T-N-I [difficult-to-near-impossible] construction,” says Wil Clark, president and cofounder […]

Pacific Coast Steel

One of Pacific Coast Steel’s (PCS) core values is going the extra mile for its clients. By adhering to this principle, PCS has left its competitors in the dust, evolving into one of the largest, most capable reinforcing steel contractors in the United States. According to ENR (Engineering News-Record) Magazine, PCS is number 74 on […]



Spring 2018



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