Our concrete paving capabilities include PCCP paving of intersections, highways, airfield runways and other heavy-duty pavements, and channel paving.
Owner: City of Albuquerque Aviation Department Engineer: Molzen-Corbin & Associates Location of Project: Albuquerque, NM Contract Amount: $10,435,535 Completion Date: September 2012 This project involved upgrading the General Aviation apron by removing 119,000...read more
Owner: City of Albuquerque Engineer: Wilson & Company Location of Project: Albuquerque, NM Contract Amount: $26,750,711 Completion Date: June 2014 AUI’s largest site development project to date, Special Assessment District (SAD) #228 consisted of 72-acres of site...read more
Angel Fire PID (Owner) Location of Project: Angel Fire, NM Contract Amount: $24,541,188.31 AUI’s work in Angel Fire, NM on the Angel Fire PID 2007 - Roadway and Infrastructure Improvements Project was a Design-Build Project. The overall scope of this design/build...read more
New Mexico Department of Transportation Project Location: Bernalillo County, NM Contract Total Value: $21,653,150.00 This reconstruction project involved the widening and improvements of I-40 through Albuquerque. The limits of the project, both eastbound and...read more
Town of Taos Location: Taos, NM Contract Price: $1,634,147.64 The jobsite was located on Camino de la Placita, which is a main thoroughfare bypass for the Plaza area and is a combination arterial/residential collector street. AUI’s contracted scope of work included...read more
PROJECT P769901 City of Albuquerque Location of Project: Albuquerque, NM Contract Amount: $4,055,827.00 AUI contracted with the City of Albuquerque for the construction of this urban roadway project. Primarily the original scope of work called for the modification of...read more
PROJECT NO. SST-4331(200), CNG2S7541, ECO-4331(1) City of Deming Location of Project: Deming, NM Contract Amount: $ 2,099,198.03 AUI was contracted by the City of Deming for the removal the existing concrete roadway that had originally been placed around the 1930 -...read more