ConDig (22-Dec-20) Dallas, Texas-based construction and infrastructure company Primoris Services Corp has snagged two pipeline deals worth a total of $39 million.
The first contract is for a microtunneling project to install a new sewer main in North Tampa Bay.
It involves the design, procurement and installation of about 3,200 linear feet, using 78-inch pipe, in a single reach tunnel. The project also includes designing and building two 70-foot deep Secant Pile shafts.
Work is slated to kick off in the second quarter of 2021 and set to be completed in the third quarter of 2022.
The second design-build award in California is for furnishing and installing seven microtunnels reaching about 4,324 linear feet using 36-inch pipe. The shafts used will be between 17-29 feet deep, consisting of watertight, sheet pile construction.
The work will be performed for the Silicon Valley Clean Water agency and is scheduled to start in the second quarter of next year. Completion is slated for the third quarter of 2022.
In August, Primoris Services Corp secured a $30 million deal to revamp an existing roadway in Pearland, Texas.
In June, Primoris Services Corp plugged into a $155 million deal to build a utility-scale solar facility in the Southwest of the country.
Also in June, Primoris said it had netted three contracts worth a total of $45 million to replace gas pipes in California.