Completed Projects

Check out the recently completed projects at RCI.  Click on each of the images for more information.  Older jobs to come soon!

Highway 49 Connection

The Highway 49 Connection Project was a Connecting Arkansas Project that consisted of embankment, paving, waterline relocate, minor drainage structures, three box culverts, and four bridges spanning 9,319 linear feet.

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Shaw Bridge Lane – Arkansas Highways

RCI served as the general contractor for the replacement of an existing wooden bridge on Shaw Bridge Lane just north of Marked Tree, Arkansas. According to locals, this location served as a scene location during the making of the movie, "Painted House".

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Eagle Sky Wastewater Treatment Lagoon

RCI served as the general contractor for the construction of the Eagle Sky of the Ozarks wastewater treatment lagoon. Eagle Sky of the Ozarks is a Christian camp that is being constructed on a 5000 acre site in the beautiful Ozarks.

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Stoddard Road 307 Bridge Replacement

RCI served as the general contractor during the replacement of an existing deteriorated concrete bridge on Stoddard County Road 307. Due to the local traffic that utilizes this road, it was imperative that RCI have a quick turnaround on the project once construction began.

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Phelps County, Mo. Route 8

Thisproject consisted of grading, paving, and bridge over Dry Fork Creek. Total
length of project was 0.49 miles.

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Clear Lake Structures & Approaches

Mississippi County, Arkansas-Clear Lake Structures & Approaches. This AHTD project consisted of a temporary crossing, grading, paving, and a bridge structure.

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Route 67-Butler County

The Route 67 Project consisted of quality management, grading, paving, drainage structures, three bridges, and a new interchange.

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Spring Creek Bridge

The project consisted of grading, paving, and bridge replacement over Spring Creek North of Salem, Mo. The counties existing bridge had been destroyed by flooding several years prior to this contract being let.

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New Bourbon Port Authority

Ste. Genevieve & Perry Counties, Missouri- New Bourbon Regional Port Authority. Robertson Contractors, Inc., the Prime Contractor & Koehler Engineering began work on the new Mississippi River Port.

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Route 67 & Oak Grove Road Intersection

This Butler County Project consisted of a bridge replacement at the Oak Grove intersection in Poplar Bluff, MO.

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Eagle Sky Christian Camp Walking Bridges

RCI’s portion of the project consisted of constructing the substructures for two pedestrian bridges.

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Route 32 – Laclede County

The Laclede County project consists of grading paving & bridge replacement over the Gasconade River South of Rte K near Lebanon and Bridge replacement over Osage Fork North of Rte. Z near Lebanon.

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Missouri Hwy. OO Bridge Replacement

The bridge over Dillard Creek west of Jackson will be replaced and open to traffic by the end of October 2013.

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Hillis Commercial Development

The Hillis Commercial Development is located within the city limits of Poplar Bluff, Mo. at the intersection of Westwood Blvd and Missouri Highway-W. The project consists of clearing 15 acres, site drainage, and moving over 145,000 cubic yards of dirt.

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Fifteen Mile Bayou Structure & Approaches

Fifteen Mile Bayou Structure & Approaches was completed summer of 2012. This AHTD project consisted of grading, paving, and a 248.48’ bridge.

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St. Francis River- North of Black OakToggle

Subcontract to construct 3 5-barrel reinforced concrete box culverts and 1 4-barrel reinforced concrete box culverts built in 2 stages...

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Route D Bridge Replacement

The first project included grading, drainage, and optional pavement west of Jerome at BNSF Railroad Bridge, the total length being 1598 ft.

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Maries County, Lower Peavine Creek

The project includes bridge replacement 5.5 miles southeast of Belle, the total length of improvement being 0.085 miles. This project is set to begin the spring of 2014.

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Eagle Sky of the Ozarks Infrastructure Construction

The project consists of constructing all water, sanitary sewer, and gas lines for the 5,000 acre camp which, includes approximately: 90,000 linear feet of water lines with pipe sizes...

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The Three Rivers College Entrance

The project consisted of construct approximately 1,800 feet long. 43′ wide 2 lane concrete paved road with curbed landscape median that connects Shelby Road

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Greene County, Arkansas Highway 49

Highway 412 East Highway 49- consisted of grading, paving, minor drainage structures, box culverts, and two bridges spanning 2,464.63 linear feet.

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Echo State Park Sewer and Grading

RCI is serving as the general contractor for the grading and sewer portions of a new state park in Shannon County, Missouri that is located approximately 18 miles north of Eminence, Missouri on Route 19.

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Route 19B for Echo State Park

RCI is serving as the general contractor for the construction of a 2.5 mile road through the proposed new state park in Shannon Co. Missouri.

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Hwy 351 Green County-AHTD

This project shall consist of grading and drainage to improve an existing county road. The counties officials worked to receive a federal grant to improve the county road and make it a safer route.

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Glaise Creek Bridge-White County, AR

This project shall consist of a new alignment 185′ bridge over Glaise Creek in White County, Arkansas. The roadway portion of this project is 10,000 cubic yards.

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Route 8 Dry Fork Creek Bridge Replacement

Work began in February 2015 to construct a new 450 ft bridge over Dry Fork Creek on Rte 8 near St. James, MO.

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Highway 18 Black Oak, Arkansas

The Highway 49 Connection West Project consists of 3.143 miles of new highway construction. The scope of work for this AHTD project includes grading, paving, minor drainage structures, three box culverts, and four bridges.

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