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Mountain High

Mountain High

Breckenridge, Colorado –  The town of Breckenridge, Colorado is constructing a new water treatment plant, intake structure and raw water pump station. When completed, the facility will divert and transport water from the Blue River,…

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Skyscraper

Skyscraper

Seattle, Washington –  Rainier Square in downtown Seattle encompasses almost an entire city block, and currently contains the iconic Rainier Tower, designed by Minoru Yamasaki- architect of the World Trade Center. To complete Rainier Square,…

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Cutter

Cutter

Corona, California –  We are pleased to be performing our first hydrocutter project in California, on the Santa Ana River in Corona. Slurry concrete diaphragm walls are being installed for scour protection of the BNSF…

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Telescoping Tower

Telescoping Tower

Miami, Florida The Miami waterfront will soon be home to the Elysee- a new 57-story luxury condominium tower and the tallest structure to date in the East Edgewater neighborhood. The telescoping design of the Elysee…

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New Video Released

New Video Released

From sports stadiums on the west coast to major residential developments in the east, Malcolm is taking continuous flight auger technology to the next level with CFA MEGA piles. Providing greater load capacities, CFA MEGA piles are…

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Malcolm Rises Above

Malcolm Rises Above

Malcolm has risen to the #2 spot on the 2017 Engineering News Record's Excavation/Foundation Specialty Contractor List and #71 on the top 600 Specialty Contractors list, overall. We're proud to share this accomplishment and look…

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Cool Wells

Cool Wells

This is the season at Clear Air Force Station in Alaska where Malcolm is working through frozen ground to install deep cooling wells. These wells are designed to pump up to 3,000 gallons of water…

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Unique Shoring

Unique Shoring

Malcolm recently completed a large temporary shoring project at 1120 Denny Way in Seattle, Washington. The unique shotcrete system is a method commonly used in Canada, but it was a first for the Seattle area.…

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