Baker Concrete is currently working on nine buildings, handling the construction of foundations and walls and installing rebar.
Baker Concrete has been awarded a contract for work at the $1.5 billion Wacker Chemical solar plant in Bradley County. Baker is currently working on nine buildings, where the company is handling the construction of foundations and walls and installing rebar.
As a company committed to a sustainable future, Baker’s experience includes fossil fuel, nuclear and other renewable energy projects in Wind, Hydro, Geothermal, Solar and Biomass markets. Baker has successfully delivered projects in petroleum refineries, liquefied natural gas projects, power plants, ethanol plants, nuclear facilities, and specialized manufacturing facilities to increase efficiency, maintain availability and reduce environmental impact. Baker also has a full implemented NQA-1 program and a strong bench of highly experienced, hands-on professionals to tackle some of the world’s most complex structures.
Baker Concrete handles concrete construction projects from commercial office buildings, to heavy industrial power plants, including forming, reinforcing, placing and finishing of foundations, slabs, structures, or virtually any other concrete structure. Baker operates throughout the United States and the Caribbean and has completed work on the Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts; the Bristol Motor Speedway; the Samsung Austin Semiconductor Fab A2, the largest chip manufacturing factory in Texas; and Houston area’s Northeast Water Purification System (NEWPS) facility, one of the largest ultraviolet disinfection treatment facilities in the country.
Source: AkinsCrisp Public Strategies
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