Civil ConstructionCivil construction falls in the category of civil engineering, which is all about designing, constructing, and maintaining
the physical and naturally built environment. Civil construction is the art of building bridges, dams, roads, airports, canals, and buildings.
Since the very beginning of the human existence, it has been a critical aspect of civilization. Civil Construction touches everyone’s life. The infrastructure used in our daily lives all has been created because of civil construction and engineering. The roads, railways, stadiums, harbors, water and sewer systems, schools, and other buildings constructed all are a contribution of Civil Construction.
Sitework and DevelopmentSitework, simply put, is part of a construction project that is not part of a building or house's physical structure. This usually includes grading, excavation, construction and installation of septic tanks and filtration systems, driveways and other utilities such as water, sewer and gas. Some of the job types included in this category would be...
Asphalt and PavingToday, this dark, resilient material covers more than 94 percent of the paved roads in the United States; it’s the popular choice for driveways, parking lots, airport runways, racetracks, tennis courts, and other applications where a smooth, durable driving surface is required. Called at various times asphalt pavement, blacktop, tarmac, macadam, plant mix, asphalt concrete, or bituminous concrete, asphalt pavements have played an important role in changing the landscape and the history of the U.S. since the late 19th century.
Asphalt is a critical element of any construction project and we are positioned to complete any job.
Airports, Dams, and LandfillsSome specialty areas of infrastructure require heavy construction contractors with specialized skills. Anson Contractors, Inc. has extensive experience in airport improvement and modification; dam construction and rehabilitation, and landfill construction.