Ports & Terminals
WHEN YOU’RE READY TO EXPAND, WE’RE READY TO BUILD
The role of ports and terminals in the global economy has never been more evident. Ames performs capacity improvements at these crucial points in the supply chain, relieving congestion and strengthening the infrastructure that keeps our economy moving.
Our self-performance capabilities include construction of new railroad tracks, asphalt and concrete paving, foundations, piping, retaining walls, electrical work, and the installation of water management systems. While performing capacity improvements, we will coordinate traffic control so that goods continue to flow.
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 a track realignment including 7 miles of new railroad track at the Port of Long Beach.
Performed construction to support expanded operations at a rail facility in Santa Theresa, New Mexico.