Fenton Projects

Contracting Projects

  • Hocking Valley Railroad Bridge Upgrades

    Hocking Valley Railroad is a non-profit short line scenic railroad located in historic Nelsonville, OH. We were contacted by volunteers for the railroad to upgrade two different bridges so that they can safely operate and provide a fun family oriented rail adventure through the country side of south east Ohio.

     


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  • Elk Lick Load-Out

    The Elk Lick Load-Out Facility is a private entity owned by Cliffs Natural Resources, one of the nation’s leading providers of fossil fuels and precious minerals. We were contacted by CNR to replace a multi-span timber bridge in very poor condition that was vital to the shipment of the earthly materials via rail.

     


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  • Eastern Carolina Business Unit Culvert Replacements

    It was literally man against nature when Fenton took on the Eastern Carolina Business Unit Culvert Replacement project. Fenton was contracted by Norfolk Southern Railway to replace damaged and out of date existing culverts in flood plain areas in eastern North Carolina.


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  • Sunday Creek Bridge Replacement

    Fenton was contracted by Norfolk Southern Railway to do a complete bridge replacement of a multi-span structure over a tributary known as Sunday Creek in Southeastern Ohio. Along with completely replacing the bridge from the foundation sub-structure to the super-structure, Fenton completed the project no interruption in rail traffic and the existing bridge remained in complete operation throughout the entire construction process.

     


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“I would like to extend our thanks and congratulations for a job well done. We witnessed a team of people who had planned out every detail in advance. Each contractor worked in concert with one another – knowing their duties and executing them with perfection. Safety was the number one priority. Please extend our appreciation to your workers. We are truly grateful for the hours of planning and coordination that went into this effort and the execution that made this such a great success.” - R. Bradley Motz, PE, NCEES