Heavy Civil

When it comes to heavy civil, Trice contraction works to build sewers, roads, highways, bridges, tunnels, and other large government and city projects. With to potential of many challenges, have Trice on your team. Take a look at our most recent heavy civil related projects.


ComEd Station 16—345kV Substation

Waukegan, IL

Project Value:Not Disclosed
Contract Value:$1,000,000
Project Duration:Four months
Owner:Commonwealth Edison
Prime Contractor:Graycor

Trice completed construction of a new three bay transformer oil containment structure consisting of a 1400 cubic yard 2.5 foot thick mat slab and 30 foot high fire walls at the site of a new construction
345kv substation.


ComEd Manhole Program- Civil Scope: Neck Repairs and Roof Replacements

Contract Value:$2,100,000
Project Duration:On-going
Owner:Commonwealth Edison
Prime Contractor:Trice Construction
Company

Trice Construction Company has completed 25 manhole roof replacements and over 100 manhole neck repairs as part of ComEd’s Energy Infrastructure Modernization Act Program.


ComEd Fisk/Crawford 345kV Substation

Waukegan, IL

Project Value:Not Disclosed
Contract Value:$1,000,000
Owner:Commonwealth Edison
Prime Contractor:Meade Electric Company

As a prequalified Exelon Corporation concrete contractor, Trice formed and placed several concrete structures for major additions to these live operating 345kV switchyards located in Chicago urban locations. Trice logged over 5,000 man-hours to install foundations for 76-138kV capacitor banks, transmission line potheads, lightning arrestors, sectionalized, auxiliary power transformer, CO2 tank pad, and
gas-insulated bus. Trice also placed 1,115 CY of concrete for a new transformer oil containment pit, including 30 foot high firewalls and a 200 CY mat foundation for a new 56-section precast modular storm water detention system. Working under the most stringent live switchyard safety standards through the harsh Chicago winter months, Trice successfully completed its contract in 7 months