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  • US Route 169   A $13.6 million contract was awarded in May 2012 to Pyramid to replace deteriorated sections of a wall that supports Route 169's Read More
  • I-470 Emergency Repairs   In early July of 2010 during a routine inspection by MoDOT engineers damage was discovered from a settlement causing a wall to Read More
  • I-470 at 350 Highway    project included 1.8 miles of grading, alternate bid pavement, and Bridges from Pryor Road to Douglas Street in Lee’s Summit, Read More
  • Pedestrian Bridges   Pyramid has placed several pedestrian bridges. This type of project usually involves removal of the old bridge as one-piece, and replacing it with Read More
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PryorRd

2010 Project of the Year

APWA KC Metro Chapter Pulblic Works Project of the Year for Pryor Road.

 
2009apwaPOTY

2009 Project of the Year

APWA KC Metro Chapter Public Works Project of the Year for Mission Bridge over Rock Creek.

470repair

2010 Award of Excellence

Repair Project Award Winner Special Projects Category for MoDOT WB Emergency Repair.

 
127thSt-01

2007 Project of the Year

APWA KC Metro Chapter Project of the Year for 127th Street and I-35 Overpass.

2011safety

Pyramid was presented with the 2011 Annual Safety Award by The Heavy Constructors Association of the Greater Kansas City Area in recognition of good practice toward encouragement and promotion of Safety in the Construction Industry.

 
2007safety

Zero lost workdays certified by the Associated General Contractors of Missouri, Inc. (2007)

 
City of Joplin

2011 Disaster Relief Assistance

Dear Mr. Bamby,

It has been about two months since the EF-5 tornado brought its devastating force down on the Joplin Area. ... Words cannot express the gratitude....towards your organization in providing much needed assistance in clearing streets, right-of-way and parkways in the immediate aftermath of the disaster.

Once again, from the bottom of our hearts, thank you for your assistance.
 

The City of Joplin Public Works Department