Frontier-Kemper Constructors, Inc. (FKCI) is widely recognized as a leader in underground and heavy civil construction. With more than $2.5 billion in projects successfully completed throughout the Americas, we are known for our expertise in the engineering and construction of deep shafts and tunnels of all sizes and complexity.
FKCI provides a wide range of construction services and related manufactured products. We build tunnels for highways, railroads, subways, and rapid transit systems. We construct tunnels, shafts, and other facilities for water supply and wastewater transport. We develop and equip underground mines for coal, salt, copper, gold, and other minerals. Our FKC-Lake Shore Division designs and installs innovative Hoisting, Elevator, and Vertical Conveyance Systems.
FKCI has completed more than 410 construction contracts involving nearly 120 miles of tunnels and slopes and 36 miles of vertical shafts.
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