With offices in Apex NC, Roswell GA, and Midlothian VA, Civil & Environmental specializes in water and wastewater treatment and energy facility construction. Providing communities with safe drinking water through an efficient infrastructure is one of our main goals.Read More
Heavy Civil, located in Charlotte, NC specializes in bridges, dams and other heavy construction. They can deliver projects on land or in water utilizing caissons, drilled shafts, mass concrete footings, cofferdams, concrete and steel piles, and sheet pile installations with tieback systems.Learn More
Located in Spartanburg, SC, Crowder Industrial Construction is a self-performing full-service general contractor. Recognized throughout the Southeast for industrial expertise and self-performance capabilities in electrical, mechanical, civil, structural, millwrights, piping and instrumentation, Crowder Industrial's impressive portfolio includes industrial projects across a wide variety of industries including chemical, power, pulp and paper, automotive, manufacturing, and pharmaceutical.Learn More
Based out of our Apex, NC office, Crowder Energy Services is committed to delivering practical solutions that reduce energy expenditures for our clients. Our energy audit and development process allows us to examine utility usage prior to making recommendations based on our client's specific needs. Our detailed ROI analysis allows our clients to make an informed decision based on accurate cost estimation. Our roots in the construction industry give us the experience necessary to conceptually estimate your project through all phases of development and deliver a turn-key project.Read More
Crowder has 70 years of experience in the construction industry. We offer general contracting, industrial construction, and energy services through Traditional, Design-Build, Construction Manager at Risk, and Engineer, Procure and Construct delivery systems to our public, government, and private clients throughout the Southeast. Our projects include:
In everything we do, Crowder is deeply committed to the safety of our employees and the general public. Our safety staff is highly trained and committed to developing safety policies and procedures that exceed most client requirements. Crowder simply does not compromise the safety of employees. As a result, Crowder has been recognized by the North Carolina Building Star Program and the Federal OSHA Voluntary Protection Program. We have received the AGC National Safety Excellence Award and the Diamond STEP Award & Award of Safety Excellence. While we are very proud of our many awards and recognitions for our excellence in safety, our real satisfaction comes in knowing that we have provided the safest possible working environment for each employee, subcontractor, and supplier in our family.
Crowder Constructors Inc., our parent company, is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. With offices throughout the Southeast, we are established members of those communities. We can efficiently mobilize our expertise, employees, and equipment to complete any project.
At the George L. Bernhardt, Sr. WTP, Crowder constructed a raw water intake and pumping station which required excavation to be performed at a depth
of 44 feet. The wet well was constructed using a circular steel sheet pile cofferdam. Rock within the excavation limits necessitated pre-drilling
activities; and both drilled casing and controlled blasting techniques were utilized to advance the piling to the required elevation. Sheet
piling along the intake pipe corridor from the wet well extended out into Lake Rhodhiss for a distance of 340 LF to depths of approximately 40 feet
allowing excavation and installation of twin 36” PCCP intake pipes, air bursting pipe and passive intake screens, some of which were founded on driven
H-pile and cap assemblies. The intake screens and supports were installed using underwater welding of the steel caps to the steel h-pile. Both
36” PCCP intake pipes were installed using divers while being supported by crane and barge access. All dive work was at depths of 30’ below the water’s
The station included twin vertical turbine pumps with air bursting equipment as well as dry chemical feed equipment, grit removal and traveling bridge
crane all housed in a masonry shell structure. The project also included raw water piping from the new pumping station to the head of the plant.