- BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND RENOVATION
- UTILITIES, ROADS AND EARTHWORK
As a fully-insured, licensed general contractor, we perform many trade services. This allows us to support your new construction, expansion, renovation or site improvement project from start to finish while maximizing cost-effective performance. Our proven management process is transparent and consistent and delivers value through detailed planning and safe and skillful execution.
Transparency throughout your project develops the trusted collaboration and partnership needed to ensure your project’s success for:
- New construction, expansions and renovations
- Horizontal construction, including utilities, roads and earthwork
- Rapid and emergency response
Fruita Connection to Riverfront Trail Phase 3
The Fruita Connection consisted of 4.19 miles of concrete trail connecting a bike trail from Fruita, CO to Grand Junction, CO. Working with Mesa County, CDOT, GOCO, Hudspeth completed construction of the concrete trail, installation of stem walls and concrete panels, storm drainage and guardrails as well as performing bank reinforcement. Hudspeth also installed two pedestrian bridges as part of this project. This section consisted of the other 2.1 miles of trail. This section of the trail consists construction of block MSE wall, storm drainage, guardrail, 2 bridges, safety rail, boulder walls, stem wall, barrier wall, and field fence. Due to working so close to the public over the 1.6 miles, this section was a particularly large concern for public safety. Hudspeth paid particular attention to excavation and road traffic safety during the underground section of this project.
Kum and Go
As one of the nation’s largest privately-held convenience store chains, Kum & Go depends on firms like Hudspeth to help fuel expansion into new markets. Over the past decade, the convenience store has added 330 new locations and Hudspeth has been instrumental in building its presence in Colorado. In 2008, Hudspeth was hired to perform demolition and underground storage tank removal at a Denver area gas station acquired by Kum & Go. Since then, Hudspeth has been retained to perform a range of construction services at 14 new locations throughout Colorado and Wyoming.
Lower Little Salt Wash Riverfront Trail Construction
Hudspeth was contracted by the City of Fruita for the construction of approximately 1-Mile of 10 foot wide concrete path with gravel and concrete shoulders. The project included the installation of a pedestrian bridge 70’-0” long and a 20 foot cast in place concrete box culvert to accommodate the crossing at the Lower Little Salt Wash. The concrete path passes under 3 Highway bridges and through 2 existing Railroad concrete box culverts. Within the project site, there were 2 areas requiring the design and construction of retaining walls on each side of the railroad crossing. The Project was completed on schedule and under budget.