Rummel is proud to serve a broad range of markets in the heavy civil industry. With over 300 pieces of equipment, Rummel can support a variety of project needs. Our model equipment fleet is consistently maintained and updated to enable excellent service and a quality product.
In addition to the traditional hard bid delivery method, Rummel also pursues projects through the following methods:
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Sky Harbor Thermal Plastic Airfield Markings
Under our JOC with the City of Phoenix Aviation Department, Rummel was tasked with the installation of Thermal Plastic Airfield Markings in various locations throughout Sky Harbor International Airport. This project included a total of eight runway identification markings which were completed at two different taxiway intersections that see high aircraft volume. The purpose of these markings was to test if they could undergo high aircraft traffic, hold reflectivity and function longer than the current painted markings. The identification markings measured roughly 15ft wide by 28ft long and required specialized equipment for installation. This project also included the installation of new Aircraft Operations Area Stop Bars at 12 different roadway intersections. The stop bars measured 3ft wide by 12ft long and replaced the current painted stop bars. All of the work was performed at night and the project was completed two days ahead of schedule.
SRP Bolster Substation
Rummel performed the preparation and installation of subgrade and fencing for the SRP Bolster Substation in Glendale, AZ. This project included the excavation and screening of approximately 22,000cy of organic material. Because of the extreme hazards surrounding high voltages, SRP had incredibly strict specifications for subgrade preparations. Due to the site being located on an abandoned tree farm, the likelihood of electrical conductivity was amplified by large masses, such as boulders and tree roots. Nearly 40cy of material had to be excavated and properly disposed to eliminate the potential severity of this risk. Once the entire site was excavated, screened and replaced, Rummel imported approximately 15,000cy and the finish work wrapped up shortly after import ceased. Rummel coordinated subcontractor work to erect perimeter fencing and the project was completed in under two months.
McMicken Dam Outlet Channel Phase 1
This particular Design-Bid-Build project included the first phase of a 4-mile long outlet channel for the Flood Control District of Maricopa County. The channel excavation consisted of 1.3 million cubic yards placed in adjacent stockpile mounds. Safety was a top priority for the project team as the work took place in SRP and WAPA 525kV power line corridors. Additional scopes included rip rap spillways, O&M access roads, re-vegetation, and soil stabilization.
We attribute the success of our company to the high standards and values held by our team.
Our hands-on management approach ensures we deliver high-quality and successful projects.
Our jobs use the latest and greatest in project technology, from GPS systems to drones.
Our team tackles every step of a project with a high level of experience and a solution-oriented mindset.
We operate as advocates for our customers, and our commitment to customer service drives every step of our decision making process as a company.
Our teamwork and communication enables us to find the best solutions to any problem.
At Rummel, safety is our culture. Our safety program works because safe practices are tied to the core of every single thing we do. We work to keep our people safe, because as a Rummel employee, you’re not just a team member - you’re family.
We stand out from the competition because we hold high values and standards, and we work to honor them every single day. If you’re looking to work somewhere that leads the industry, is committed to project excellence and whose culture is one of community, then look no further than Rummel.