Crowder has the experience, knowledge and forward-thinking creativity necessary to tackle any industrial project. Given the diversity of climates and topography throughout the southeastern area of the United States, as well as the end goals of the entities involved, we constantly strive to deliver answers and solutions to the challenges that our customers face. Our dedicated workforce is over 1,000 employees strong and is well-versed in the attributes needed to provide our customers with deliverables that work for them now -- and long into the future.
As a full-service general contractor, Crowder can provide services that build our customers’ industrial facilities from the ground up. Our expertise in diverse -- but inter-related – disciplines, such as mechanical piping, civil, millwright, structural, electrical, instrumentation, HVAC and mechanical, provide proof that we can handle any type of industrial project that your business might be contemplating. We specialize in self-performing so that you can be assured that our mutually high standards of quality are met with each project we undertake.
When it comes to tackling complicated client needs, Crowder has various teams in place to provide the necessary goal-driven solutions and services needed to see the project from start to end. Our expertise in building structures for industrial companies includes -- but is not limited to -- those within the following industries:
From the initial site work and procuring the necessary materials to installing essential systems and ensuring the structure meets all applicable codes, Crowder is your go-to company when it comes to high-quality industrial projects. Throughout our more than 60 years of providing services of all types to public, private and governmental entities across the southeastern United States, we have gained a well-earned reputation for stellar professionalism, unbeatable workmanship and an eye to upholding the highest standards of safety.
Our teams range from a full-service design department to a fabrication unit -- and everything in between. At Crowder, we specialize in providing creative and innovative solutions that then become the hallmarks of the industry. For example, our in-house fabrication department is able to deliver customized products and parts to our customers on a direct-to-order basis. Not only does this save you time, it also saves you money by ensuring that the right part arrives on site when you need it.
The scope of work involved the demolition and removal of an existing railcar coal dump structure, a rotary car dumper, existing hoppers, an existing crusher building and an existing coal conveyor system located in and out of an existing rail receiving coal conveying tunnel. The following equipment was installed, a new railcar shaker bottom discharge unloading system, railcar positioning equipment, an in-line railcar scale system, a crusher tower building with associated crusher equipment, a sampling system structure, belt scales, transfer tower, dust suppression system, a dust collection system, electrical and control buildings and a receiving conveyor system. All major work was executed direct hire self-perform: demolition, civil, concrete, steel erection, equipment erection, mechanical, piping, electrical and instrumentation/control systems.
The scope of work for this project was to construct a power house facility at the Richard B. Russell Hydroelectric Dam for the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The project included the placement of more than 160,000 cubic yards of concrete, structural steel erection, extensive piping, installation of four (4) 75mw turbines, miscellaneous equipment erection, electrical and instrumentation/control systems. Crowder direct hired self-performed the major work, including underground piping and electrical, foundations, concrete, equipment erection, mechanical, piping, electrical and instrumentation/control system.