Projects

Directional Boring Portfolio

Directional Boring

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When Offutt Air Force Base decided that all of the gas main on the base needed to be replaced, K2 Construction stood at the ready to accomplish this task. In all, K2 has installed over 70,000 linear feet of MDPE (medium Density Polyethalene) gas main. That is over 13 miles of pipe, which was installed in an area that had numerous existing utility systems. K2 used a mixture of open cut methods, directional boring and hydro-excavation to complete this project. In addition to the piping, K2 installed services, risers and meters on existing buildings. K2 was required to work on the main runway and even on the "island", the headquarters of the Strategic Air Command (Stratcom). Every logistical challenge up to the point of this project seems pretty small in comparison now!
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When Offutt Air Force Base decided that all of the gas main on the base needed to be replaced, K2 Construction stood at the ready to accomplish this task. In all, K2 has installed over 70,000 linear feet of MDPE (medium Density Polyethalene) gas main. That is over 13 miles of pipe, which was installed in an area that had numerous existing utility systems. K2 used a mixture of open cut methods, directional boring and hydro-excavation to complete this project. In addition to the piping, K2 installed services, risers and meters on existing buildings. K2 was required to work on the main runway and even on the "island", the headquarters of the Strategic Air Command (Stratcom). Every logistical challenge up to the point of this project seems pretty small in comparison now!
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When Offutt Air Force Base decided that all of the gas main on the base needed to be replaced, K2 Construction stood at the ready to accomplish this task. In all, K2 has installed over 70,000 linear feet of MDPE (medium Density Polyethalene) gas main. That is over 13 miles of pipe, which was installed in an area that had numerous existing utility systems. K2 used a mixture of open cut methods, directional boring and hydro-excavation to complete this project. In addition to the piping, K2 installed services, risers and meters on existing buildings. K2 was required to work on the main runway and even on the "island", the headquarters of the Strategic Air Command (Stratcom). Every logistical challenge up to the point of this project seems pretty small in comparison now!
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K2 Construction was selected to replace an aging water main on the Boystown Campus located in Omaha, NE. The plan originally called for the material to be C900 PVC, but K2 personell convinced the owner to use HDPE (High Density Polyethalene) instead, saving the client money. The entire project was installed through directional boring in order to cut down on the disruption to students, faculty and staff. The project lasted approximately 6 months and in all there was over 7500 linear feet of pipe installed.
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K2 Construction was hired by Ft. Scott to replace existing water mains that crossed 3 creeks via hanging on the side of existing bridges. The problem was that when it got cold, the mains would freeze and break. K2 personell used a Vermeer 36 x 50 directional boring machine to install HDPE under the creek so that the pipe secured to the bridges could be removed, thus eliminating the freezing effects of winter on the pipe.
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K2 Construction was hired by Ft. Scott to replace existing water mains that crossed 3 creeks via hanging on the side of existing bridges. The problem was that when it got cold, the mains would freeze and break. K2 personell used a Vermeer 36 x 50 directional boring machine to install HDPE under the creek so that the pipe secured to the bridges could be removed, thus eliminating the freezing effects of winter on the pipe.
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K2 Construction was hired by Ft. Scott to replace existing water mains that crossed 3 creeks via hanging on the side of existing bridges. The problem was that when it got cold, the mains would freeze and break. K2 personell used a Vermeer 36 x 50 directional boring machine to install HDPE under the creek so that the pipe secured to the bridges could be removed, thus eliminating the freezing effects of winter on the pipe.
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K2 Construction was selected to replace an aging water main on the Boystown Campus located in Omaha, NE. The plan originally called for the material to be C900 PVC, but K2 personell convinced the owner to use HDPE (High Density Polyethalene) instead, saving the client money. The entire project was installed through directional boring in order to cut down on the disruption to students, faculty and staff. The project lasted approximately 6 months and in all there was over 7500 linear feet of pipe installed.
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K2 Construction was hired by Ayars & Ayars to install all the site utilities for a new 220 acre Monsanto Seed processing facility located in Waco, NE. The utilities included storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water mains gas mains and a new lift station for the facility. In all, there was over 25,000 linear feet of PVC, HDPE and RCP installed on the site. K2 was selected over other contractors due to its quality workmanship and shown commitment to safety.
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K2 Construction was hired by Ayars & Ayars to install all the site utilities for a new 220 acre Monsanto Seed processing facility located in Waco, NE. The utilities included storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water mains gas mains and a new lift station for the facility. In all, there was over 25,000 linear feet of PVC, HDPE and RCP installed on the site. K2 was selected over other contractors due to its quality workmanship and shown commitment to safety.
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K2 Construction was hired by Ayars & Ayars to install all the site utilities for a new 220 acre Monsanto Seed processing facility located in Waco, NE. The utilities included storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water mains gas mains and a new lift station for the facility. In all, there was over 25,000 linear feet of PVC, HDPE and RCP installed on the site. K2 was selected over other contractors due to its quality workmanship and shown commitment to safety.
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K2 Construction was selected to replace an aging water main on the Boystown Campus located in Omaha, NE. The plan originally called for the material to be C900 PVC, but K2 personell convinced the owner to use HDPE (High Density Polyethalene) instead, saving the client money. The entire project was installed through directional boring in order to cut down on the disruption to students, faculty and staff. The project lasted approximately 6 months and in all there was over 7500 linear feet of pipe installed.
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K2 Construction was hired by the City of Lincoln and the University of Nebraska to install a new 12" water main to replace the existing main that ran through the center of campus right outside Memorial Stadium. Although this project presented a number of logistical challenges and a tight timeframe (indluding the July 4th Larry the Cable Guy concert at Memorial Stadium), the project was completed on schedule. The pipe was installed using conventional open cut methods and directional boring. The use of the truck-mounted hydro-excavators was paramount to the success of the project due to all of the existing underground infrastructure. Without all of these divisions working together, the project could not have been built as quickly as it was.
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K2 Construction was hired by the City of Lincoln and the University of Nebraska to install a new 12" water main to replace the existing main that ran through the center of campus right outside Memorial Stadium. Although this project presented a number of logistical challenges and a tight timeframe (indluding the July 4th Larry the Cable Guy concert at Memorial Stadium), the project was completed on schedule. The pipe was installed using conventional open cut methods and directional boring. The use of the truck-mounted hydro-excavators was paramount to the success of the project due to all of the existing underground infrastructure. Without all of these divisions working together, the project could not have been built as quickly as it was.
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K2 Construction was hired by the City of Lincoln and the University of Nebraska to install a new 12" water main to replace the existing main that ran through the center of campus right outside Memorial Stadium. Although this project presented a number of logistical challenges and a tight timeframe (indluding the July 4th Larry the Cable Guy concert at Memorial Stadium), the project was completed on schedule. The pipe was installed using conventional open cut methods and directional boring. The use of the truck-mounted hydro-excavators was paramount to the success of the project due to all of the existing underground infrastructure. Without all of these divisions working together, the project could not have been built as quickly as it was.
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K2 Construction was hired by the City of Lincoln and the University of Nebraska to install a new 12" water main to replace the existing main that ran through the center of campus right outside Memorial Stadium. Although this project presented a number of logistical challenges and a tight timeframe (indluding the July 4th Larry the Cable Guy concert at Memorial Stadium), the project was completed on schedule. The pipe was installed using conventional open cut methods and directional boring. The use of the truck-mounted hydro-excavators was paramount to the success of the project due to all of the existing underground infrastructure. Without all of these divisions working together, the project could not have been built as quickly as it was.
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The purpose of this project was to lenghen 50th Street in order to connect O Street and R Street. Prior to the installation of the street, the area consisted of an over-grown creek that was of no use to anyone. At the conclusion of the project, there was a usable road, new 60 inch storm sewer, a number of new retaining walls and expanded water and sewer systems to accommodate the new businesses in the area.
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The purpose of this project was to lenghen 50th Street in order to connect O Street and R Street. Prior to the installation of the street, the area consisted of an over-grown creek that was of no use to anyone. At the conclusion of the project, there was a usable road, new 60 inch storm sewer, a number of new retaining walls and expanded water and sewer systems to accommodate the new businesses in the area.
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The purpose of this project was to lenghen 50th Street in order to connect O Street and R Street. Prior to the installation of the street, the area consisted of an over-grown creek that was of no use to anyone. At the conclusion of the project, there was a usable road, new 60 inch storm sewer, a number of new retaining walls and expanded water and sewer systems to accommodate the new businesses in the area.
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The purpose of this project was to lenghen 50th Street in order to connect O Street and R Street. Prior to the installation of the street, the area consisted of an over-grown creek that was of no use to anyone. At the conclusion of the project, there was a usable road, new 60 inch storm sewer, a number of new retaining walls and expanded water and sewer systems to accommodate the new businesses in the area.
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When Offutt Air Force Base decided that all of the gas main on the base needed to be replaced, K2 Construction stood at the ready to accomplish this task. In all, K2 has installed over 70,000 linear feet of MDPE (medium Density Polyethalene) gas main. That is over 13 miles of pipe, which was installed in an area that had numerous existing utility systems. K2 used a mixture of open cut methods, directional boring and hydro-excavation to complete this project. In addition to the piping, K2 installed services, risers and meters on existing buildings. K2 was required to work on the main runway and even on the "island", the headquarters of the Strategic Air Command (Stratcom). Every logistical challenge up to the point of this project seems pretty small in comparison now!
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When Offutt Air Force Base decided that all of the gas main on the base needed to be replaced, K2 Construction stood at the ready to accomplish this task. In all, K2 has installed over 70,000 linear feet of MDPE (medium Density Polyethalene) gas main. That is over 13 miles of pipe, which was installed in an area that had numerous existing utility systems. K2 used a mixture of open cut methods, directional boring and hydro-excavation to complete this project. In addition to the piping, K2 installed services, risers and meters on existing buildings. K2 was required to work on the main runway and even on the "island", the headquarters of the Strategic Air Command (Stratcom). Every logistical challenge up to the point of this project seems pretty small in comparison now!
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City of Missouri Valley, IA - K2 was selected to directional bore a new eight inch water main under an existing creek. Although winter presents unique challenges to boring because of the use of water in the drilling machines, it was the perfect time to complete this bore because the creek was frozen and could be traversed for locating purposes. The 300 foot bore was completed in 2 days.

Pipe Bursting Portfolio

Pipe Bursting

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How do you replace over 3500 feet of sewer that runs down the middle of a busy residential street while keeping the streets and driveways open to through traffic? Pipe Burst the entire project! Although this project took place in 2005, it is still the longest pipe bursting job that has ever been completed in the City of Lincoln. Instead of using a conventional pipe bursting machine, K2 Construction used their Vermeer 33x44 directional boring machine that was equipped with a special "bursting" head and ran air through the rods on the boring machine to operate the impactor on the bursting tool, which expanded the existing pipe and pulled in the new pipe.
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How do you replace over 3500 feet of sewer that runs down the middle of a busy residential street while keeping the streets and driveways open to through traffic? Pipe Burst the entire project! Although this project took place in 2005, it is still the longest pipe bursting job that has ever been completed in the City of Lincoln. Instead of using a conventional pipe bursting machine, K2 Construction used their Vermeer 33x44 directional boring machine that was equipped with a special "bursting" head and ran air through the rods on the boring machine to operate the impactor on the bursting tool, which expanded the existing pipe and pulled in the new pipe.
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How do you replace over 3500 feet of sewer that runs down the middle of a busy residential street while keeping the streets and driveways open to through traffic? Pipe Burst the entire project! Although this project took place in 2005, it is still the longest pipe bursting job that has ever been completed in the City of Lincoln. Instead of using a conventional pipe bursting machine, K2 Construction used their Vermeer 33x44 directional boring machine that was equipped with a special "bursting" head and ran air through the rods on the boring machine to operate the impactor on the bursting tool, which expanded the existing pipe and pulled in the new pipe.
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How do you replace over 3500 feet of sewer that runs down the middle of a busy residential street while keeping the streets and driveways open to through traffic? Pipe Burst the entire project! Although this project took place in 2005, it is still the longest pipe bursting job that has ever been completed in the City of Lincoln. Instead of using a conventional pipe bursting machine, K2 Construction used their Vermeer 33x44 directional boring machine that was equipped with a special "bursting" head and ran air through the rods on the boring machine to operate the impactor on the bursting tool, which expanded the existing pipe and pulled in the new pipe.
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How do you replace over 3500 feet of sewer that runs down the middle of a busy residential street while keeping the streets and driveways open to through traffic? Pipe Burst the entire project! Although this project took place in 2005, it is still the longest pipe bursting job that has ever been completed in the City of Lincoln. Instead of using a conventional pipe bursting machine, K2 Construction used their Vermeer 33x44 directional boring machine that was equipped with a special "bursting" head and ran air through the rods on the boring machine to operate the impactor on the bursting tool, which expanded the existing pipe and pulled in the new pipe.
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When K2 Construction was awarded the South Street sanitary sewer project, it seemed to be an ideal candidate for pipe bursting. Pipe bursting is a process by which a new pipe is pulled through the existing "host" pipe and the old pipe is split and pushed into the ground around it. This process is ideal for installing new pipes in very congested underground and above ground areas, like a downtown area in a city. K2 burst approximately 1200 linear feet of pipe and limited the potential for daamge and delay because of the technique that was utilized.
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When K2 Construction was awarded the South Street sanitary sewer project, it seemed to be an ideal candidate for pipe bursting. Pipe bursting is a process by which a new pipe is pulled through the existing "host" pipe and the old pipe is split and pushed into the ground around it. This process is ideal for installing new pipes in very congested underground and above ground areas, like a downtown area in a city. K2 burst approximately 1200 linear feet of pipe and limited the potential for daamge and delay because of the technique that was utilized.
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When K2 Construction was awarded the South Street sanitary sewer project, it seemed to be an ideal candidate for pipe bursting. Pipe bursting is a process by which a new pipe is pulled through the existing "host" pipe and the old pipe is split and pushed into the ground around it. This process is ideal for installing new pipes in very congested underground and above ground areas, like a downtown area in a city. K2 burst approximately 1200 linear feet of pipe and limited the potential for daamge and delay because of the technique that was utilized.
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When K2 Construction was awarded the South Street sanitary sewer project, it seemed to be an ideal candidate for pipe bursting. Pipe bursting is a process by which a new pipe is pulled through the existing "host" pipe and the old pipe is split and pushed into the ground around it. This process is ideal for installing new pipes in very congested underground and above ground areas, like a downtown area in a city. K2 burst approximately 1200 linear feet of pipe and limited the potential for daamge and delay because of the technique that was utilized.
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When K2 Construction was awarded the South Street sanitary sewer project, it seemed to be an ideal candidate for pipe bursting. Pipe bursting is a process by which a new pipe is pulled through the existing "host" pipe and the old pipe is split and pushed into the ground around it. This process is ideal for installing new pipes in very congested underground and above ground areas, like a downtown area in a city. K2 burst approximately 1200 linear feet of pipe and limited the potential for daamge and delay because of the technique that was utilized.

Trenching & Excavating Portfolio

Trenching and Excavating

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K2 Construction was selected by Key Construction to install all the new utilities for a new Super Wal Mart that was built on N. 84th Street in Lincoln, NE. Due to the tight construction schedule, K2 placed multiple crews on this project and they were able to istall thousands of feet of pipe which facilitated the on time opening of the store.
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K2 Construction was selected by Key Construction to install all the new utilities for a new Super Wal Mart that was built on N. 84th Street in Lincoln, NE. Due to the tight construction schedule, K2 placed multiple crews on this project and they were able to istall thousands of feet of pipe which facilitated the on time opening of the store.
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K2 Construction was selected by Key Construction to install all the new utilities for a new Super Wal Mart that was built on N. 84th Street in Lincoln, NE. Due to the tight construction schedule, K2 placed multiple crews on this project and they were able to istall thousands of feet of pipe which facilitated the on time opening of the store.
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K2 Construction was selected by Key Construction to install all the new utilities for a new Super Wal Mart that was built on N. 84th Street in Lincoln, NE. Due to the tight construction schedule, K2 placed multiple crews on this project and they were able to istall thousands of feet of pipe which facilitated the on time opening of the store.
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K2 Construction was hired by Ayars & Ayars to install all the site utilities for a new 220 acre Monsanto Seed processing facility located in Waco, NE. The utilities included storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water mains gas mains and a new lift station for the facility. In all, there was over 25,000 linear feet of PVC, HDPE and RCP installed on the site. K2 was selected over other contractors due to its quality workmanship and shown commitment to safety.
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K2 Construction was hired by Ayars & Ayars to install all the site utilities for a new 220 acre Monsanto Seed processing facility located in Waco, NE. The utilities included storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water mains gas mains and a new lift station for the facility. In all, there was over 25,000 linear feet of PVC, HDPE and RCP installed on the site. K2 was selected over other contractors due to its quality workmanship and shown commitment to safety.
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K2 Construction was hired by Ayars & Ayars to install all the site utilities for a new 220 acre Monsanto Seed processing facility located in Waco, NE. The utilities included storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water mains gas mains and a new lift station for the facility. In all, there was over 25,000 linear feet of PVC, HDPE and RCP installed on the site. K2 was selected over other contractors due to its quality workmanship and shown commitment to safety.
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The purpose of this project was to lenghen 50th Street in order to connect O Street and R Street. Prior to the installation of the street, the area consisted of an over-grown creek that was of no use to anyone. At the conclusion of the project, there was a usable road, new 60 inch storm sewer, a number of new retaining walls and expanded water and sewer systems to accommodate the new businesses in the area.
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The purpose of this project was to lenghen 50th Street in order to connect O Street and R Street. Prior to the installation of the street, the area consisted of an over-grown creek that was of no use to anyone. At the conclusion of the project, there was a usable road, new 60 inch storm sewer, a number of new retaining walls and expanded water and sewer systems to accommodate the new businesses in the area.
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The purpose of this project was to lenghen 50th Street in order to connect O Street and R Street. Prior to the installation of the street, the area consisted of an over-grown creek that was of no use to anyone. At the conclusion of the project, there was a usable road, new 60 inch storm sewer, a number of new retaining walls and expanded water and sewer systems to accommodate the new businesses in the area.
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The purpose of this project was to lenghen 50th Street in order to connect O Street and R Street. Prior to the installation of the street, the area consisted of an over-grown creek that was of no use to anyone. At the conclusion of the project, there was a usable road, new 60 inch storm sewer, a number of new retaining walls and expanded water and sewer systems to accommodate the new businesses in the area.
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K2 Construction was selected by Manzitto Brothers to complete the site utilities and geothermal well field installation on a new Sandhills publishing facility located in Lincoln, NE. One reason that K2 was selected to perform both aspects of the projects is K2's diversity and ability to put multiple disciplines on the same job site. K2 installed all the new sanitary sewer, water lines and storm sewer for the site. The well field consisted of 105 holes that were each 400 feet in depth. In addition to the well field, K2 personell also installed the supply and return piping as well as built the manifold located in the basement of the building.
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K2 Construction was selected by Manzitto Brothers to complete the site utilities and geothermal well field installation on a new Sandhills publishing facility located in Lincoln, NE. One reason that K2 was selected to perform both aspects of the projects is K2's diversity and ability to put multiple disciplines on the same job site. K2 installed all the new sanitary sewer, water lines and storm sewer for the site. The well field consisted of 105 holes that were each 400 feet in depth. In addition to the well field, K2 personell also installed the supply and return piping as well as built the manifold located in the basement of the building.
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Nebraska National Guard - K2 Construction was selected by Hausmann Construction to install all of the onsite utilities for the New Joint Forces Headquarters, which is located on the Nebraska Air National Guard Base. The logistical challenges of working on such a multi-disciplined project were overcome by proficient planning and organization on the part of K2 and the General Contractor.
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Nebraska National Guard - K2 Construction was selected by Hausmann Construction to install all of the onsite utilities for the New Joint Forces Headquarters, which is located on the Nebraska Air National Guard Base. The logistical challenges of working on such a multi-disciplined project were overcome by proficient planning and organization on the part of K2 and the General Contractor.
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Nebraska National Guard - K2 Construction was selected by Hausmann Construction to install all of the onsite utilities for the New Joint Forces Headquarters, which is located on the Nebraska Air National Guard Base. The logistical challenges of working on such a multi-disciplined project were overcome by proficient planning and organization on the part of K2 and the General Contractor.
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City of Lincoln - O Street - K2 has performed water rehabilitation projects all over the City of Lincoln, but the task to replace 3000 feet of water main on a major arterial street during the UNL football season was a challenge. K2 overcame the challenge by using creative construction techniques including open cutting portions of the project and directional boring others.
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City of Lincoln - O Street - K2 has performed water rehabilitation projects all over the City of Lincoln, but the task to replace 3000 feet of water main on a major arterial street during the UNL football season was a challenge. K2 overcame the challenge by using creative construction techniques including open cutting portions of the project and directional boring others.
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City of Grand Island - K2 Construction was selected by the City of Grand Island to replace approximately 2000 linear feet of ductile iron water main. The successful completion of this project by K2 employees reinforces K2's ability to complete difficult projects even when they are outside of SE Nebraska.
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City of Grand Island - K2 Construction was selected by the City of Grand Island to replace approximately 2000 linear feet of ductile iron water main. The successful completion of this project by K2 employees reinforces K2's ability to complete difficult projects even when they are outside of SE Nebraska.
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City of Grand Island - K2 Construction was selected by the City of Grand Island to replace approximately 2000 linear feet of ductile iron water main. The successful completion of this project by K2 employees reinforces K2's ability to complete difficult projects even when they are outside of SE Nebraska.
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City of Underwood, IA - K2 Construction was selected by the City of Underwood, IA to replace a portion of its aging sanitary sewer. Although digging along an existing sanitary sewer line is always a challenge, K2 managed to complete the project without any major slow-downs or disruptions.
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City of Underwood, IA - K2 Construction was selected by the City of Underwood, IA to replace a portion of its aging sanitary sewer. Although digging along an existing sanitary sewer line is always a challenge, K2 managed to complete the project without any major slow-downs or disruptions.

Hydro Excavating Portfolio

Hydro Excavating

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K2 Construction was hired by the City of Lincoln and the University of Nebraska to install a new 12" water main to replace the existing main that ran through the center of campus right outside Memorial Stadium. Although this project presented a number of logistical challenges and a tight timeframe (indluding the July 4th Larry the Cable Guy concert at Memorial Stadium), the project was completed on schedule. The pipe was installed using conventional open cut methods and directional boring. The use of the truck-mounted hydro-excavators was paramount to the success of the project due to all of the existing underground infrastructure. Without all of these divisions working together, the project could not have been built as quickly as it was.
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K2 Construction was hired by the City of Lincoln and the University of Nebraska to install a new 12" water main to replace the existing main that ran through the center of campus right outside Memorial Stadium. Although this project presented a number of logistical challenges and a tight timeframe (indluding the July 4th Larry the Cable Guy concert at Memorial Stadium), the project was completed on schedule. The pipe was installed using conventional open cut methods and directional boring. The use of the truck-mounted hydro-excavators was paramount to the success of the project due to all of the existing underground infrastructure. Without all of these divisions working together, the project could not have been built as quickly as it was.
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K2 Construction was hired by the City of Lincoln and the University of Nebraska to install a new 12" water main to replace the existing main that ran through the center of campus right outside Memorial Stadium. Although this project presented a number of logistical challenges and a tight timeframe (indluding the July 4th Larry the Cable Guy concert at Memorial Stadium), the project was completed on schedule. The pipe was installed using conventional open cut methods and directional boring. The use of the truck-mounted hydro-excavators was paramount to the success of the project due to all of the existing underground infrastructure. Without all of these divisions working together, the project could not have been built as quickly as it was.
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K2 Construction was hired by the City of Lincoln and the University of Nebraska to install a new 12" water main to replace the existing main that ran through the center of campus right outside Memorial Stadium. Although this project presented a number of logistical challenges and a tight timeframe (indluding the July 4th Larry the Cable Guy concert at Memorial Stadium), the project was completed on schedule. The pipe was installed using conventional open cut methods and directional boring. The use of the truck-mounted hydro-excavators was paramount to the success of the project due to all of the existing underground infrastructure. Without all of these divisions working together, the project could not have been built as quickly as it was.
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When Offutt Air Force Base decided that all of the gas main on the base needed to be replaced, K2 Construction stood at the ready to accomplish this task. In all, K2 has installed over 70,000 linear feet of MDPE (medium Density Polyethalene) gas main. That is over 13 miles of pipe, which was installed in an area that had numerous existing utility systems. K2 used a mixture of open cut methods, directional boring and hydro-excavation to complete this project. In addition to the piping, K2 installed services, risers and meters on existing buildings. K2 was required to work on the main runway and even on the "island", the headquarters of the Strategic Air Command (Stratcom). Every logistical challenge up to the point of this project seems pretty small in comparison now!
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How do you dig a hole that is 12 feet in diameter and 33 feet deep right next to an existing railroad spur in an area that is too tight for an excavator? Not one, but two hydro-excavators. K2 Construction was selected by ADM to hydro-excavate this hole in order for ADM to install a new underground grain holding tank. As K2 personnel used the high pressure water to turn the soil into a slurry and the blowers to remove the material, personnel from another construction company bolted sections of the tank together and installed them two feet at a time as the hole was dug. In all, the project took about 3 weeks and could not have been completed without the use of the truck mounted hydro-excavators.
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How do you dig a hole that is 12 feet in diameter and 33 feet deep right next to an existing railroad spur in an area that is too tight for an excavator? Not one, but two hydro-excavators. K2 Construction was selected by ADM to hydro-excavate this hole in order for ADM to install a new underground grain holding tank. As K2 personnel used the high pressure water to turn the soil into a slurry and the blowers to remove the material, personnel from another construction company bolted sections of the tank together and installed them two feet at a time as the hole was dug. In all, the project took about 3 weeks and could not have been completed without the use of the truck mounted hydro-excavators.
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How do you dig a hole that is 12 feet in diameter and 33 feet deep right next to an existing railroad spur in an area that is too tight for an excavator? Not one, but two hydro-excavators. K2 Construction was selected by ADM to hydro-excavate this hole in order for ADM to install a new underground grain holding tank. As K2 personnel used the high pressure water to turn the soil into a slurry and the blowers to remove the material, personnel from another construction company bolted sections of the tank together and installed them two feet at a time as the hole was dug. In all, the project took about 3 weeks and could not have been completed without the use of the truck mounted hydro-excavators.
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How do you dig a hole that is 12 feet in diameter and 33 feet deep right next to an existing railroad spur in an area that is too tight for an excavator? Not one, but two hydro-excavators. K2 Construction was selected by ADM to hydro-excavate this hole in order for ADM to install a new underground grain holding tank. As K2 personnel used the high pressure water to turn the soil into a slurry and the blowers to remove the material, personnel from another construction company bolted sections of the tank together and installed them two feet at a time as the hole was dug. In all, the project took about 3 weeks and could not have been completed without the use of the truck mounted hydro-excavators.
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When Offutt Air Force Base decided that all of the gas main on the base needed to be replaced, K2 Construction stood at the ready to accomplish this task. In all, K2 has installed over 70,000 linear feet of MDPE (medium Density Polyethalene) gas main. That is over 13 miles of pipe, which was installed in an area that had numerous existing utility systems. K2 used a mixture of open cut methods, directional boring and hydro-excavation to complete this project. In addition to the piping, K2 installed services, risers and meters on existing buildings. K2 was required to work on the main runway and even on the "island", the headquarters of the Strategic Air Command (Stratcom). Every logistical challenge up to the point of this project seems pretty small in comparison now!
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Wireless Telecommunication Portfolio

Geothermal Portfolio

Geothermal

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Nebraska State Patrol Norfolk - K2 Construction was selected to install 15 geothermal wells and all of the supply and return piping. Initially K2 subcontracted the drilling out to another contractor, but when the drilling proved too hard for them to complete, K2 had no choice but to send their own drill and crew to the site. Although winter conditions and tough geology presented numerous challenges, the holes were drilled to specification and the project was completed on time.
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Nebraska State Patrol Norfolk - K2 Construction was selected to install 15 geothermal wells and all of the supply and return piping. Initially K2 subcontracted the drilling out to another contractor, but when the drilling proved too hard for them to complete, K2 had no choice but to send our their drill and crew to the site. Although winter conditions and tough geology presented numerous challenges, the holes were drilled to specification and the project was completed on time.
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Nebraska State Patrol Norfolk - K2 Construction was selected to install 15 geothermal wells and all of the supply and return piping. Initially K2 subcontracted the drilling out to another contractor, but when the drilling proved too hard for them to complete, K2 had no choice but to send our their drill and crew to the site. Although winter conditions and tough geology presented numerous challenges, the holes were drilled to specification and the project was completed on time.
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The K2 Construction geothermal division was contracted by Hausmann Construction to install a new geothermal well field and associated piping for the Pyrtle Elementary School renovation. The project consisted of 117 wells drilled to a depth of 300 feet, 10 headers and thousands of feet of supply and return piping. K2 also performed the final flushing and purging on the system and conducted all associated pressure testing needed to verify that the system would function properly.
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The K2 Construction geothermal division was contracted by Hausmann Construction to install a new geothermal well field and associated piping for the Pyrtle Elementary School renovation. The project consisted of 117 wells drilled to a depth of 300 feet, 10 headers and thousands of feet of supply and return piping. K2 also performed the final flushing and purging on the system and conducted all associated pressure testing needed to verify that the system would function properly.
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The K2 Construction geothermal division was contracted by Hausmann Construction to install a new geothermal well field and associated piping for the Pyrtle Elementary School renovation. The project consisted of 117 wells drilled to a depth of 300 feet, 10 headers and thousands of feet of supply and return piping. K2 also performed the final flushing and purging on the system and conducted all associated pressure testing needed to verify that the system would function properly.
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The K2 Construction geothermal division was contracted by Hausmann Construction to install a new geothermal well field and associated piping for the Pyrtle Elementary School renovation. The project consisted of 117 wells drilled to a depth of 300 feet, 10 headers and thousands of feet of supply and return piping. K2 also performed the final flushing and purging on the system and conducted all associated pressure testing needed to verify that the system would function properly.
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K2 was selected to install the geothermal well field during the renovation of Rousseau Elementary in Lincoln, NE. The well field consisted of 135 wells drilled to a depth of 300 feet below ground level. This project was very difficult to drill due to the existance of signifcant voids in the geology that were not shown on the bore logs. K2 was able to overcome these challenges by using a number of proven techniques to seal off the voids and stabilize the grout within the wells.
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K2 was selected to install the geothermal well field during the renovation of Rousseau Elementary in Lincoln, NE. The well field consisted of 135 wells drilled to a depth of 300 feet below ground level. This project was very difficult to drill due to the existance of signifcant voids in the geology that were not shown on the bore logs. K2 was able to overcome these challenges by using a number of proven techniques to seal off the voids and stabilize the grout within the wells.
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K2 was selected to install the geothermal well field during the renovation of Rousseau Elementary in Lincoln, NE. The well field consisted of 135 wells drilled to a depth of 300 feet below ground level. This project was very difficult to drill due to the existance of signifcant voids in the geology that were not shown on the bore logs. K2 was able to overcome these challenges by using a number of proven techniques to seal off the voids and stabilize the grout within the wells.
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K2 was selected to install the geothermal well field during the renovation of Rousseau Elementary in Lincoln, NE. The well field consisted of 135 wells drilled to a depth of 300 feet below ground level. This project was very difficult to drill due to the existance of signifcant voids in the geology that were not shown on the bore logs. K2 was able to overcome these challenges by using a number of proven techniques to seal off the voids and stabilize the grout within the wells.
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K2 was selected to install the geothermal well field during the renovation of Rousseau Elementary in Lincoln, NE. The well field consisted of 135 wells drilled to a depth of 300 feet below ground level. This project was very difficult to drill due to the existance of signifcant voids in the geology that were not shown on the bore logs. K2 was able to overcome these challenges by using a number of proven techniques to seal off the voids and stabilize the grout within the wells.
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K2 Construction was hired by Sampson Construction to install the geothermal well field and associated piping for a new Nebraska Air National Guard facility located in McCook, NE. The well field consisted of 98 holes drilled to a depth of 200 vertical feet. In addition to the wellfield, K2 Construction installed all of the supply and return piping as well as performed final purging and flushing and testing.
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K2 Construction was hired by Sampson Construction to install the geothermal well field and associated piping for a new Nebraska Air National Guard facility located in McCook, NE. The well field consisted of 98 holes drilled to a depth of 200 vertical feet. In addition to the wellfield, K2 Construction installed all of the supply and return piping as well as performed final purging and flushing and testing.
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K2 Construction was chosen by DEC to install the geothermal well field and associated piping for what will be the largest ground source heating system that has ever been installed in the United States on a county correctional facility. The well field consists of 667 holes that are 300 vertical feet in depth. In addition to the wells, K2 personell are responsible for installing thousands of feet of headers and supply and return piping. This project has pushed the geothermal division of K2 Construction to new heights due to the magnitude of the project as well as the tremendous oversight because of the funding source. Through the course of the project, K2 Construction has had numerous challenges put in its path to completion, but each of them have been over-come with the use of strong managerial attributes and sound construction practices.
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K2 Construction was selected by Manzitto Brothers to complete the site utilities and geothermal well field installation on a new Sandhills publishing facility located in Lincoln, NE. One reason that K2 was selected to perform both aspects of the projects is K2's diversity and ability to put multiple disciplines on the same job site. K2 installed all the new sanitary sewer, water lines and storm sewer for the site. The well field consisted of 105 holes that were each 400 feet in depth. In addition to the well field, K2 personell also installed the supply and return piping as well as built the manifold located in the basement of the building.
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K2 Construction was selected by Manzitto Brothers to complete the site utilities and geothermal well field installation on a new Sandhills publishing facility located in Lincoln, NE. One reason that K2 was selected to perform both aspects of the projects is K2's diversity and ability to put multiple disciplines on the same job site. K2 installed all the new sanitary sewer, water lines and storm sewer for the site. The well field consisted of 105 holes that were each 400 feet in depth. In addition to the well field, K2 personell also installed the supply and return piping as well as built the manifold located in the basement of the building.
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K2 Construction was selected by Manzitto Brothers to complete the site utilities and geothermal well field installation on a new Sandhills publishing facility located in Lincoln, NE. One reason that K2 was selected to perform both aspects of the projects is K2's diversity and ability to put multiple disciplines on the same job site. K2 installed all the new sanitary sewer, water lines and storm sewer for the site. The well field consisted of 105 holes that were each 400 feet in depth. In addition to the well field, K2 personell also installed the supply and return piping as well as built the manifold located in the basement of the building.
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K2 Construction was selected by Manzitto Brothers to complete the site utilities and geothermal well field installation on a new Sandhills publishing facility located in Lincoln, NE. One reason that K2 was selected to perform both aspects of the projects is K2's diversity and ability to put multiple disciplines on the same job site. K2 installed all the new sanitary sewer, water lines and storm sewer for the site. The well field consisted of 105 holes that were each 400 feet in depth. In addition to the well field, K2 personell also installed the supply and return piping as well as built the manifold located in the basement of the building.
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K2 Construction was selected by Manzitto Brothers to complete the site utilities and geothermal well field installation on a new Sandhills publishing facility located in Lincoln, NE. One reason that K2 was selected to perform both aspects of the projects is K2's diversity and ability to put multiple disciplines on the same job site. K2 installed all the new sanitary sewer, water lines and storm sewer for the site. The well field consisted of 105 holes that were each 400 feet in depth. In addition to the well field, K2 personell also installed the supply and return piping as well as built the manifold located in the basement of the building.
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Snow Removal Portfolio

7701 Cornhusker Hwy Lincoln, NE 68507
phone: (402) 467-2355
fax: (402) 467-2055