We're always looking for ways to increase efficiency within the projects we take on and stay at the forefront of safety and environmentally responsible construction. MasTec assists clients in determining the optimal site, size, materials, construction methods, and design features to meet their needs, and we continually work to increase their return on investment, too. Over the course of our history, we have perfected our end-to-end approach to infrastructure projects – design, build, install, and maintain.
We build oil and natural gas pipelines, renewable wind farms across the midwest, maintain electrical transmission and distribution systems that keep lights on across the country, connect communities to new sources of cleaner water, and splice together the fiber-optic networks across America's heartland that put rural towns in touch with distant cities.
When our customers begin a project with us, they are receiving the depth and breadth of a large corporation, with the responsiveness of a small, local organization. We understand the fundamental building blocks of infrastructure, have the right tools set in place, and adapt to the ever-changing world by identifying, evaluating, and developing project opportunities that fit our customers' greatest needs.
Wilton, ND — Wind farm construction services included BOP contractor to erect 65 GE 1.5MW wind turbines.
Fort Monmouth, NJ — Designed and built a redundant telecommunications pathway.
Grande Cache, Alberta — Pipeline construction services included installation of 75,000m of 3 & 6" insulated natural gas pipeline, ESD stations and plant tie-ins.
Fort Riley, KS — Designed and installed a large OSP fiber cable upgrade at Fort Riley.
Key Largo, Florida — Development in the Florida Keys historically relied on cesspits and septic tanks for wastewater disposal. These systems provided little treatment due to the regions lack of soil, porous limestone substrate and high ground water table. In 1999, the Florida Legislature established binding treatment and disposal requirements that all Monroe County wastewater management facilities would have to comply with by July 1, 2010.