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08 112017

Veteran Employment: UIG Delivers!

Veteran employment is an important issue and UIG takes it seriously. On this Veterans Day, November 11th, United Infrastructure Group salutes our veterans. This includes the ones out in the general public and those who work among us here at UIG! It gives us an opportunity to talk about the effort UIG puts into recruiting

18 102017

Road and Bridge Building Project Update: Monroe Expressway

UIG is hard at work on road and bridge building projects across the Southeast US! We have projects ongoing in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida at various stages of completion. Today, let’s check in on a project that is nearing the finish line: the Monroe Expressway project in North Carolina. (more…)

25 082017

Construction Jobs: The UIG Employment Advantage

Today, there are thousands of construction jobs to fill, and competition for workers is steep. In this post, we talk about the ongoing need for qualified workers to fill construction jobs such as carpenter, concrete finisher, crane operator and others. Read on to learn more about the opportunity to not only find a job, but

15 082017

Construction Jobs: Hiring on the Spot! UPDATE

As we said last time, South Carolina construction jobs are this year’s hottest ticket. How hot? How about “hiring on the spot” hot! [caption id="attachment_52" align="aligncenter" width="465"] (L-R) SC Dir. of Cabinet Affairs Kristy Quattrone; UIG Representatives Mandi Macomber and Rebecca Battle-Bryant; SC Governor Henry McMaster at the EmploySC Job Fair[/caption] United Infrastructure Group will

09 082017

Construction Careers: Students Glimpse a Bright Future

How do you get today’s students interested in construction careers? By letting them experience the excitement first hand! This was the scene on a cold day last February, when 35 students from Chester County’s Lewisville and Great Falls High Schools visited UIG’s Highway 9 bridge construction site on the Catawba River. During their visit, the

20 072017

Infrastructure Links and Information

Informative new and information related to infrastructure: http://info.scdot.org/PressRelease/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=2505 http://info.scdot.org/PressRelease/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=2499 http://fixscroads.com/scdot-expands-resurfacing-program/ http://fixscroads.com/scdot-rolls-rural-road-safety-program/?platform=hootsuite http://www.aikenstandard.com/news/mcmaster-signs-highway-workers-safety-act-law-inspired-highway-workers/article_e0b7d4ec-5116-11e7-8dfb-7bc2fb715273.html?platform=hootsuite https://www.infrastructurereportcard.org/state-item/south-carolina/ https://www.infrastructurereportcard.org/get-involved/tell-your-legislators/ https://www.infrastructurereportcard.org/solutions/http://fixscroads.com/president-reagan-was-right-its-time-to-fix-our-roads/

23 112011


RALEIGH — NCDOT Transportation Secretary Gene Conti and Turnpike Authority Executive Director David Joyner today signed the $367.7 million design-build contract for the Monroe Connector/Bypass to Monroe Bypass Constructors, a joint venture of United Infrastructure Group Inc., Boggs Paving Inc. and Anderson Columbia Company Inc. with lead design firm Rummel, Klepper & Kahl LLP. "This has

04 102011


Summer 2011 LOR Immediate Needs Drive: In an effort to give back to our community, all UIG offices and affiliated companies participated in an "Immediate Needs Drive" to benefit the Lowcountry Orphan Relief (LOR) facility. LOR is a non-profit organization that provides services and aid to abandoned, abused, and neglected children in the Charleston area.

01 092011


United Contractors is replacing the US 78 bridge over Edisto River near Branchville, SC. This project consists of replacing three bridges over the Edisto River and overflows. The two overflow bridges are 240' flat slab on concrete piles and the main bridge is 1200' Bulb Tee Girder river bridge on drilled shafts. Construction of these

24 082010


The South Carolina Department of Transportation has awarded Coleman Snow Consultants a construction engineering and inspection contract for the widening of Platt Springs Road, SC 602 in Lexington County. The project is scheduled to being in May 2010 and will last for approximately three years. The resident engineer for Coleman-Snow will be Alan Wertz, PE.

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