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:
Manager at Risk
A master planned community, Rummel was selected to carry out over two dozen projects of various scopes and sizes since 2007. Spread out over 14 years—and still ongoing—work performed includes grading, paving, riprap, basins, utilities, channels, SWPPP, golf course construction and maintenance, and roadways (turn lanes, roundabouts, parking lots).
Eloy Airport Improvements
With construction started in Fall 2020, this 8-month long project will be carried out in 16 phases. By the end of this process, Rummel would have completely demolished an existing taxiway and reconstructed a new taxiway alignment approximately 300FT away that meets FAA standards. Drainage issues on the northern side of the airport will be resolved with the installation of a new channel and culvert. Expected at the project’s completion is 55,000CY excavated and exported; 7,500TN of asphalt; 10,500TN of ABC; 950LF of RGRC; and 244LF of double barrel box culverts. Rummel is leading these efforts, along with overseeing the subcontracted full taxiway electrical reconstruction and new chain link security fencing along the property’s eastern side.
Sonoqui Wash Channelization Phase IIB Ellsworth Road to Crismon Road
Rummel constructed four consecutive phases of the Sonoqui Wash Improvements Project, that totaled seven miles, reduced potential flooding, and allowed Riggs Road to extend east. This project—the final phase—was a one-mile extension of the Sonoqui Wash Channel from Ellsworth Road to Crismon Road. There, the channel bends and ends until area developments are complete. The channel was lined with buried stone riprap protection, and has natural slopes topped with hydroseed to soften the ground for equestrian riders. Overall, the scope included grading, gabions, rock mulch, decomposed granite, lime-treated base, asphalt paving, outlet protection, RGRCP storm drainage, CLSM drop structures, concrete cutoff walls, box culverts, and a bridge. The land covered during the multi-phased improvements stretched across several jurisdictions: MCDOT, Town of Gilbert, and Town of Queen Creek.
This project was built on 450 AC of private mining claims located south of Patagonia, AZ, 9 miles north of the Mexican border. We constructed a geomembrane lined Tailings Storage Facility (TSF) at the site known as Trench Camp, designed to permanently store four historic tailing piles. The project also included a surface water management infrastructure, entailing a water treatment plant, perimeter diversion channel, underdrain collection pond, storm water detention ponds, and access roads.
Saint Solar was a large-scale utility energy project that lasted 12 months. Carried out in one phase, the scope was to grade and construct a drainage system for the 800AC site. The largest task of the project was grading the solar array area. Additional scope included retention basins, drainage culverts, substation pad, gen-tie pad, crushed stone aggregate, paved driveways, several new roadways, and a chip-sealed access road. Rummel self-performed 95% of the work.
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.
Each employee of Rummel Construction, Inc. must embrace Safety as a Core Business Value and contribute to our culture of prevention as a way of life.
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.
Our team tackles every step of a project with a high level of experience and a solution-oriented mindset.
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.