Mountaineer Contractors was a 2016 Contractors of West Virginia Honorable Mention for Safety in the Highway Division. Mountaineer had 166,696 man hour, with zero lost time and only 6 restricted days.
Mar 21, 2017 Work on Easton Hill Continues
Morgantown - Work to realign Mileground Road along Easton Hill is on track for intersection construction to begin this summer, according to state Division of Highways (DOH...
Article published in The Dominion Post, please click the link to read full article.
Jan 10, 2017 I- 79 Nears Completion
I-79 Interchange featured in Digital Publishing Platform ISSUU Construction Equipment Guide.
Jan 04, 2017 Mileground (Easton Hill) work continues on schedule
(The Dominion Post 12/25) Creeping along in rush hour traffic on the Mileground will soon be a problem of yesterday. At least that is the hope with the latest efforts of the Morgantown Monongalia Metropolitan Planning Organization (MMMPO) and West Virginia Division of Highways (DOH). Work has already begun where the Mileground meets the intersection of Easton Hill, Cheat and Point Marion roads. (Contractor: Mountaineer Contractors, Inc.
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The MCI group, which is comprised of Preston Contractors, Inc., Mountaineer Contractors, Inc., Kittanning Contractors, Inc., and Everson Resources, is very pleased to announce the formation of Rock Forge Bridge Company,LLC. With almost 30 years experience, this company has built over 200 bridges in addition to excavation, drainage, shoring and various other construction projects. The best asset we are gaining throughout this process are the employees of this organization because it would not be possible without their hard work and dedication. We look forward to continue to build upon these traditions as safety and excellence being at the forefront. We are very excited and thankful for this new opportunity!
Jun 13, 2016 Mountaineer Contractors "Paving the Way"
Mountaineer Contractors was featured on the front page of The Dominion Post newspaper for its paving project on Interstate 68 in Preston County. You may click the link below to view the online version.
newspaper article courtsey of The Dominion Post
Mar 21, 2016 Prichard Intermodal Facility Is Open for Business
The Prichard Intermodal Facility was listed in the Construction Briefs section of the West Virginia Construction News Magizine.
The Prichard intermodal facility
is open for business. West
Virginia officials expect the facility,
known formally as the Heartland
Intermodal Gateway, to be a truckrail
transportation hub for southern
West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and
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Mar 16, 2016 Beams placed for I-79 interchange in Morgantown
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Crews are moving forward with work to build a bridge at the new interchange on Interstate 79, albeit on a day-by-day basis.
The construction schedule announced earlier this month was scrapped last week, after it was discovered that the concrete beams weighed more than anticipated. Carrie Bly, spokeswoman for the state Division of Highways, said the beams vary in weight based on where they are being placed, from 38-80 tons.
Four beams were placed over the northbound traffic lanes between Westover and Star City as of Monday morning, Feb. 22, with four more beams slated to be placed overnight…click on the link below for the full story.
Story by The Dominion Post
Feb 15, 2016 Mountaineer Recognized
On January 22nd snow started falling in the state of West Virginia. Preston County received over 30 inches of snow. With that much snow Preston County Schools were not able to handle the snow removal. Mountaineer Contractors lended a hand by sending a front end loader, a backhoe and skidsteer to help with clearing their parking lots and roads. It took crews 2 days to clear all the snow.
Jan 25, 2016 Mountaineer Contractors supports Masontown VFW
Mountaineer Contractors along with Greer Limestone and Polce Seal Coating came together to help out the Masontown VFW. Leaders of the VFW say they're thrilled with the repairs which compliment a new building that opened five years ago.
“They came through in glorious fashion. I’m just tickled to death," said Alex "Buck" Turner, the VFW's commander. "We could have never done it on our own. We just couldn’t afford it because we have the new building here and we’re still paying on it.”
It all started last month when the owner of Greer Limestone saw that the parking lot was in disarray and wanted to help out.
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