Class I Rail
Ready The Engine For A Successful Rail Project
Ames has worked closely with Class I railroad companies for decades, expertly performing capacity improvement and expansion projects, grade separations, bridge replacement, and rehabilitative work.
From new construction to emergency response, Ames crews are accustomed to working safely alongside live tracks and executing critical work during tightly controlled track shutdowns. Our ability to self-perform Class 1 rail construction projects under aggressive schedules means that you can have confidence in the success of your project.
Built a second mainline track four miles over water in Sandpoint, Idaho.
Performed critical rail repairs following severe flooding in Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri.
Built a new 2.75-mile railroad alignment with a flyover bridge in Truxton, Arizona.
Expanded an intermodal facility in Fairburn, Georgia, using CMAR delivery method.
Constructed a 105,000-square-yard addition to an intermodal facility near Dallas, Texas.
Performed expansion to increase efficiency and reduce emissions at a Tennessee intermodal facility.