TIC – The Industrial Company provides direct-hire construction services to traditional industrial markets across the United States. The same mission the original company had when it began more than 35 years ago. Those markets include power, mining/minerals, oil, gas and chemical, renewable energy, general services and maintenance, substation installations/high voltage testing for the chemical, power and refinery industries and marine/heavy civil and fabrication. TIC provides specialized services through its T. E. Ibberson Company district, whose experience expands over 130 years, specializing in design/build slip form installations and grain handling systems throughout the world.
TIC was the general contractor of a 36,000 TPD gold mill in the heart of Alaska, utilizing conventional crushing, grinding, CIL leaching, carbon stripping and electrolytic recovery process.
TIC was awarded the contract for the erection of a B-E Model 2570-W dragline with a 340’ boom and two 110-cubic-yard buckets. Working weight of the machine was 12.5 million lbs.
Located in Bakersfield, Calif., TIC executes on-going maintenance and small capital projects throughout the refinery.
Located in Newberg, Ore., TIC erected of two HRSG boilers as part of a cogeneration expansion project within the existing facility.
The Isabel Holmes and Memorial Lift Bridge, located in Wilmington, N.C., was a rehabilitation project that comprised of mechanical and electrical systems replacements.
The Berth 18 Rehabilitation project, located in Savannah, Ga., consisted of replacing 8,900 square feet of wharf deck at Ocean Terminal Berth 18.
TIC has been a performing general maintenance, small capital and turnaround projects for Aera Energy LLC in California since 2000. We provided the client with flexible contracting models from lump sum to time and materials, depending on the needs of the project.
The team of Kiewit and TIC – The Industrial Company was awarded the contract to engineer, procure and construct a dry flue gas desulfurization (FGD) system addition for Unit 3 (230 megawatts) and Unit 4 (330 megawatts) at the existing Dave Johnston facility. With an addition of new equipment on the west side of the plant, the air quality control system provided by The Babcock & Wilcox Company (B&W) will reduce sulfur oxide (SOX) emissions.
TIC provided structural, mechanical, piping and electrical and instrumentation for the construction of the 2 x 1, 525 MW combined cycle expansion project.
TIC, in a joint venture with Kiewit Power Engineers, was the EPC contractor for a 250 MW combined cycle power plant.
10055 Trainstation Circle
Lone Tree, Colorado 80124