Founded in 1979 in Chesterfield, Michigan, Nationwide has steadily expanded its operations to become one of the premier specialty contractors in the country.  Nationwide’s steady growth, financial strength, reputation for quality, and timeliness have all been contributing factors enabling the company to be a driving force and a recognized leader in the industry.
Located in southeast Michigan, Nationwide routinely performs on projects across the country with divisions that specialize in perimeter security fencing/access control systems, guardrail, highway signs/intelligent transportation systems, electrical, civil and pre-engineered metal buildings.  Nationwide’s current clientele includes the Federal Government,  numerous State Departments of Transportation, County Road Commissions, Airport Operating Boards, Municipalities, School Districts, Utilities, Automotive Manufacturers, Construction Managers and General Contractors.

Trust Nationwide and its 22+ professional, fully equipped crews to complete your project in a timely, efficient manner. Nationwide is fully insured--with a bonding capacity of $50 million--and is pre-qualified in thirty-eight states to satisfy the most strict contractor requirements.
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2011 - Nationwide Construction Group Continue Strong Financial Performance

Despite the brutal economy and tough competition throughout the US, Nationwide continues to maintain a strong balance sheet and anticipates strong revenue growth in 2010.  Preliminary 2011 revenues exceed 2010 figures by 15%.
 
Nationwide’s commitment to diversify and expand its construction operations beyond its traditional boundaries continues to lead to incredible growth opportunities across the country.  Nationwide is prequalified with Departments of Transportation in 38 states and performed on construction projects in 20 states during the 2011 construction season.  Supported by $5 Million of construction equipment, zero debt and a solid book of business to carry in to 2012, all signs point to a prosperous 2011/2012 construction year.  

Nationwide Construction expands its Federal MATOC operations

Nationwide Construction now is an awarded contractor for a sixth MATOC contract.  Nationwide was notified in late December that it was an awarded contactor for the Indiana National Guard MATOC Contract for five National Guard facilities in Indiana.  In 2008 Nationwide assembled a management team to target and obtain Federal infrastructure work.  MATOC’s (Multiple Award Task Order Contracts) are awarded after an extensive government review of the company’s qualifications with an emphasis on its capabilities, equipment, financial capacity, personnel and experience.  Only a select number of contractors are chosen for award. These prestigious two year contracts (with three one year optional extensions) allow Nationwide to bid amongst a select number of prequalified contractors for the right to perform for the Federal Government.

Mike Carr, Nationwide’s lead project manager on MATOCs notes “Because we are prequalified, the bidding and award process is very streamlined and the design portion of the task orders is simplified.  We really build strong relationships with our customer and we feel comfortable working with each other as we understand their expectations.  We strive to provide an excellent product and service and we expect to see a lot of activity in 2011 with these awards.” 

Previous MATOC Awards have been obtained for the US Department of Agriculture in the Ouachita/St. Francis and Ozark Forest Region in Arkansas and Oklahoma and the Mississippi Delta National Forest Region. Nationwide has also received award by the Iowa National Guard for construction at various National Guard facilities in the state, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Region 3 for task orders in Minnesota, Illinois and Indiana and by the Michigan National Guard for work at the Fort Custer Training Center and Battle Creek Air National Guard Base.

Task order work varies on the MATOCs but typically involves road construction and rehabilitation, new building construction and remodeling/upgrades, cast in place and precast culvert construction, environmental stabilization and erosion control, dam maintenance, bridge construction and maintenance and civil development.  Nationwide has completed five task order contracts under its first MATOC in the Ouachita/St. Francis and Ozark Forest region for the construction of a multi span precast bridge in Broken Bow, Oklahoma and other various culvert construction projects. 

Nationwide lands Louisiana DOTD project

Nationwide Construction Group has been awarded the contract to construct the Digby, Pillete and Lozes Outfall drainage improvements for the LDOTD.  The 11.9 million contract, consists of constructing 7,500 linear feet of vertical concrete channel, 1,681 linear feet 60” storm drain pipe, site excavation and embankment along with clearing and grubbing.  Andre Demil, lead project manager and Michael Randazzo, Co-Project manager will head of the project.

Louisiana DOTD selects Nationwide Prime for New Orleans area major road reconstruction project

On September 17, 2009 the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development awarded Nationwide Construction Group a contract for the reconstruction of six main roads in Orleans Parish.  The $18.2 million federal stimulus road project provides for the rebuilding of approximately 7.5 miles of residential streets that were structurally comprised when Hurricane Katrina flooding submerged the roads for over two months.  Nationwide’s work will involve the excavation of all areas damaged by the flooding.  The existing asphalt will be milled out and the concrete base will be removed.  New stone base, then a new concrete base followed by new asphalt pavement will complete the road portion of the project. Nationwide will also replace all sidewalks and add handicap ramps along the roadway.  Mike Litz, project manager for the contract, states “Because these roads are so deteriorated, we’ll need to do extensive surveying and layout….much more than our typical street project.  We’re excited knowing that this shores up our position as a nationwide player in the road rehabilitation arena.”  The project started in December, 2009 with expected completion in November, 2011.

Nationwide expands its DOT work with Intelligent Transportation System and Signage projects

Nationwide Construction is continually exploring new and exciting areas of expansion throughout the country. This year has proven to be no exception, with several projects actively underway. Most notably, contracts were awarded in New Mexico and North Dakota for the installation of Decorative Road and Dynamic Message Signs.

Nationwide Construction continues to make a solid presence in the Michigan market currently deploying Dynamic Message Signs (DMS), Microwave Vehicle Detection Systems (MVDS) and Active Speed Warning Systems for the Michigan Department of Transportation.

Currently, Nationwide is contracted by the Michigan Dept of Transportation to erect 17 DMS sign structures in Metro Detroit.  Also slated for 2011, Nationwide will be installing eight more DMS units and 11 camera poles in Ann Arbor.  All electrical construction will be completed by Nationwide’s electrical division.

In Mississippi, the Department of Transportation has secured Nationwide’s services to erect forty-two truss highway signs in and around Jackson.  This project should be complete in late 2012 and has a contract value of $4,274,028.

Nationwide continues to be leader in the Fencing and Guardrail Market

Despite allocating equipment and resources to the civil, signage and electrical divisions, Nationwide continues to be one of leaders across the country in the fencing and guardrail markets. Nationwide’s niche in these markets is performing large complex projects that the typical fence or guardrail contractor may not be able to tackle.  Many of these projects involve other trades such as electrical, excavating, concrete etc. which Nationwide has the ability to perform these trades with in house personnel. Two such examples of these projects landed in 2011 are the Grand Junction Perimeter fence project in Colorado which had @ 36,000 linear feet of fencing in addition to a high end security access system, paving and excavation work. Contract value was $3,500,000.  Another example is a project for the Indiana Department of Transportation which involved the installation of @ 156,000’ of cable guardrail along with extensive civil work. Contract value was @$4,500,000.

Nationwide is now a “Butler Builder”!

Need a building contractor that can offer construction services to complete turn-key design-build services?  Look no further than Nationwide Construction for your solution.  Nationwide Construction is now an authorized Butler Builder meeting all of Butler’s strict requirements for this certification.  All Pre-Engineered Butler Buildings are custom designed to meet every customer requirement and detail.  Nationwide has used Butler Building products for its work for the National Mine Safety & Health Department in Tridelphia, West Virginia, Waste Management in Michigan and Virginia and at Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.  Please call Mike Carr at (586) 270-2035 with any questions you may have regarding Butler building products.

Other Notable Contract Awards in 2011

The Virginia Department of Transportation has awarded Nationwide Construction a contract for $6,410,552 for the maintenance of the highway guardrail system in the Bristol District.  Construction  is expected to commence in August and is expected to be completed in one year.

Nationwide Construction Group has been award a $1,500,000 flood protection embankment project in the City of Abbeville, Louisiana. The flood wall will protect a local elementary school that has been inundated with flood water during previous hurricanes. Major work items on the project consists of a nine for tall concrete floodwall that is approximately 1,300 long. The wall has a ten foot wide footing and includes almost 47 tons of rebar. The project also includes the construction of a 10 tall levee, removal and replacement of an onsite sewage treatment plant, storm water discharge pumps and emergency generator. A series of floodgates will be installed along the wall. During times of high water the flood gates will be closed and the elementary school will function as a shelter for the children and local residents. Walther Smereka from Macomb Township, Michigan is our project superintendent and is leading the crews and various subcontractors thru the early phases of the project.

Garden City Airport in Kansas awarded Nationwide Construction Group a perimeter fence project for $773,984.  Work consists of 25,300 linear feet 10’+1’ chain link perimeter fence.

The City of Norman, OK has awarded Nationwide Construction Group a project to perform site work at a new Compressed Natural Gas Station.  Construction is expected to commence in August of 2011 with mid September completion. Project amount is $412,850.

The Arkansas Department of Transportation has awarded Nationwide Construction Group a project for cable guardrail for $1,166,195. Work consisted of 25,418 linear feet of cable guardrail, 11,272 square yards of concrete ditch paving and various site work.  Construction began in June of 2011 and is expected to be complete by mid July. 

The Arkansas Department of Transportation has awarded Nationwide Construction Group a project for cable guardrail for $1,638,959. Work consisted of 27,101 linear feet of cable guardrail, 8,224 square yards of concrete ditch paving and various site work.  Construction began in June of 2011 and is expected to be complete by end of July. 

The Michigan Department of Transportation has awarded Nationwide Construction Group a project to upgrade thirty-five miles of cantilever and truss signs.  This $2,444,000 contract is expected to start in late 2011 with late fall 2012 completion. 

The Michigan Department of Transportation has awarded Nationwide Construction Group a project for upgrading airport runway lighting for $397,192. Construction should begin in August of 2011 and is expected to be complete by end of September. 

The United States Fish and Wildlife Service has awarded Nationwide Construction Group a project to build a new headquarters building in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.  Anticipated start of construction is July of 2011.   Project value is $1,444,000.
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