Getting the job done
Seaton Construction Group was a subcontractor to Decker Electric on the instrumentation and automation upgrades to 47 well sites in Cunningham, KS. Seaton was responsible for coordinating the hydroexcavation, concrete foundation, steel equipment racks and the mechanical subcontractor installations. The complex logistics and tight outage windows created a challenge to keep the project on schedule and limit disruptions to the customer’s operations, but the performance and communication of our subcontractors allowed us to successfully finish the work ahead of schedule.
Seaton Construction Group is the construction manager for this co-generation project. The 175’ x 65’ x 34’ building will house a ~17MW Solar Titan 130 KG12380 Turbine and a Deltak HRSG- Heat Recovery Steam Generator. This project will supply all of the power needed to run the plant and sell back 13MW to the grid. It will also supply the plant with additional steam capacity to improve their efficiencies. Most importantly, they will receive environmental fuel credits to improve the margins on their ethanol.
Seaton Construction Group was the Construction Manager on a 4,500 SF remodel for All Creatures Veterinary Hospital. From the start, the initial phase of this project required a very detailed Pre-Construction stage where Seaton Construction introduced Value Engineering ideas to ensure that the Owner was on budget without reducing scope on the project, while also creating and implementing a detailed CPM to help with an accelerated schedule...
Seaton Construction Group is the Construction Manager on a 12,000 SF addition to Riverlawn Christian Church. The addition design includes steel, CMU block and wood framing as structural elements for this project. Our team worked extensively with the owner to provide several value engineering solutions to meet the owner’s budget while still providing a visually appealing addition that both the church and Seaton Construction Group can be proud of. We are looking forward to the completion of this project in the fall of 2020.