Heavy Civil Construction Projects

Arkansas Heavy Civil Construction Contractors
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Mobley has extensive experience in bridge construction, siphons, box culverts, and other heavy civil projects. Our experience covers urban, suburban, and rural environments. Mobley can provide full heavy civil construction services to the public and private sectors. We’ve successfully constructed numerous projects for the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) on state and interstate roadways throughout Arkansas.

Heavy Civil Construction Experts

  • Highways
  • Roads
  • Bridges
  • Trails
  • Deep Excavations
  • Large Structures
  • Marine Dredging

Some of Our Heavy Civil Construction Clients

  • US Army Corp of Engineers
  • Counties
  • State Agencies

Mobley Heavy Civil Construction Projects

Clinton Presidential Park Bridge

Mobley was hired as the contractor for the conversion of the Rock Island railroad bridge into a pedestrian walkway renamed the Clinton Presidential Park Bridge. Located at the Arkansas River Waterway, mile 118.2, the project included a cast in place concrete ramps for south and north entrances, 13’ wide concrete bridge deck, new galvanized pipe railing, lighting, and site work.

The $10.5 million dollar project finalized a regional parks trail system that connects Arkansas’ two largest cities. The bridge completes a 24 mile loop from Downtown Little Rock to Murray Lock and Dam. The Clinton Presidential Park Bridge received the award for “Excellence in Preservation through Rehabilitation” from the Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas.

Memphis Cable Stay Bridge

For this project Mobley Contractors Inc. was hired to construct a new six-story, 1140 space, precast concrete parking structure, a new cable stay assisted girder pedestrian bridge, a new concrete girder and reinforced deck bridge, elevator towers, a landscaped amphitheater, a new Alumni Mall, and a new landscaped plaza.


Delta Heritage Trail

Located between Rohwer and Watson, Arkansas in southeast Arkansas, the Delta Heritage Trail project is being constructed for the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism. It includes the construction of trailheads at both Rohwer and Watson. The work includes grading, drainage, laying asphalt in parking areas and concrete sidewalks in the picnic areas. Each trailhead will also have its own restroom facility and pavilion. In addition to the trailheads, the project includes the construction of 9.4 miles of biking and walking trails and the removal of six railroad timber bridges to be replaced with steel truss bridges and concrete bridges.