Mike Siebieda is a project manager for the Inland division at C.A. Murren. October 22nd is his third anniversary at the company, so we sat down with Mike to found out what lies behind blue eyes. Before he came to C.A. Murren, Mike was a business owner himself. “I’ve been in management most of my life. Even in high school. I started out delivering pizzas then became the store manager. My goal will always be to move up, learn and grow.” Perhaps the owner’s mindset is what makes Mike such a successful project manager. “There’s a lot of similarities between [...]
Freeman and Charlie IV headed out to career day at Dove Creek Elementary this week. The kids had a blast honking the horns on all the equipment. Kids are our future, and we want as many of them to be as crazy about construction as possible! Thanks to the teachers for having us and for everything that they do. We are truly lucky to have teachers who show all of the care, understanding, and patience that they do with our kids.
The YKTA project for Toyota is nearing completion even with the rain we have received since December. The utilities and site grading are 90% percent complete. Backfilling the press pits with the wet conditions is a hurdle we have managed by mixing a chemical admixture into the soil to dry the moisture. It has allowed us to be productive on days that we would normally not be able to work. We have worked closely with the client to mitigate the unsuitable conditions and maintain the owner’s milestones. The DNUS project for Toyota has had some of the same challenges as [...]
The Novel project in Midtown is a complex project on a very tight site. Zach Fry and Justin Mossinger are pulling together the operations in the field. Located in the heart of Atlanta in a very busy part of the city, the site is just over 2 acres in size and every square foot will be disturbed in some way. Despite its small size, this project will require the export of over 150,000 cubic yards of materials of which we anticipate 38,000 cubic yards of blast rock. With a site this small, the need to export 150,000 cubic yards [...]
CAM is performing the earthwork and the storm drain and site utility installation for this new Toyota parts manufacturing facility.
This project is a new parking garage. CAM’s scope of work includes 1300 driven H piles, installation of site utilities, and all structural concrete.
CAM’s scope of work is the installation of approximately 1,400 18” auger cast piles for a new Battery Manufacturing Plant.
That’s right, we here at C.A. Murren are celebrating another fine year of safety. That’s why Liberty Mutual has presented, for the second year in a row, the silver safety award to CA Murren for “Outstanding Safety Performance” in 2017. We owe our great safety record to our wonderful employees who practice "safety first" on the job everyday; its because of each person's choices every day that we continue to hold such a great safety record.
Our team in the Savannah area at Georgia Ports - Garden City Terminal constructing concrete turning pads for Rubber Tired Gantry Cranes (RTGs). We are excited to be working for Georgia Ports Authority in our mission to be a full service industrial and civil contractor.