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Tune into our first podcast of the 2024 year to hear our COO and host, Eddie Welsh, and special guests, Cory Allington and Matt Randall, discuss our growth in the Colorado market!

Available on Apple Podcast, Spotify, & the podcast page of the website - Listen today by visiting the link below! ๐ŸŽ™
capitalmo.com/capital-podcast/
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2 days ago

As #NationalEngineersWeek continues, we are proud to introduce another dynamic member of our team - Marli Henke!

With a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Columbia College and a Civil Engineering degree from the University of Missouri, Marli has been making significant contributions since the beginning of her career in 2016. She initially served as a Project Manager/Estimator in the asphalt division at Capital and later transitioned to the bridge division in 2021, where she continues to excel in her role. As a Project Manager/Estimator, Marli oversees various major highway and bridge/structure projects, maintaining quality control, managing project financials and projections, prioritizing site safety, and handling paperwork submittals. Most recently, Marli has played a significant role in supporting our teams work on the Region 2 Bridge Bundle in Colorado. Her close collaboration with multiple Department of Transportations has been instrumental in ensuring the successful execution of projects, from the bidding stage to project completion. Marlis contributions to our team are greatly appreciated, and we look forward to her continued success in the future!

Marlis dedication, great multitasking skills, and extensive engineering knowledge make her an invaluable asset to the Capital team. A hard working mother and wife, Marli exemplifies strength and resilience every day. Her ability to solve problems with efficiency and effectiveness is demonstrated day in and day out, and we are lucky to have Marli on our team!
- Tim Schmidt, Bridge Division Manager

As #NationalEngineersWeek continues, we are proud to introduce another dynamic member of our team - Marli Henke!

With a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Columbia College and a Civil Engineering degree from the University of Missouri, Marli has been making significant contributions since the beginning of her career in 2016. She initially served as a Project Manager/Estimator in the asphalt division at Capital and later transitioned to the bridge division in 2021, where she continues to excel in her role. As a Project Manager/Estimator, Marli oversees various major highway and bridge/structure projects, maintaining quality control, managing project financials and projections, prioritizing site safety, and handling paperwork submittals. Most recently, Marli has played a significant role in supporting our team's work on the Region 2 Bridge Bundle in Colorado. Her close collaboration with multiple Department of Transportations has been instrumental in ensuring the successful execution of projects, from the bidding stage to project completion. Marli's contributions to our team are greatly appreciated, and we look forward to her continued success in the future!

"Marli's dedication, great multitasking skills, and extensive engineering knowledge make her an invaluable asset to the Capital team. A hard working mother and wife, Marli exemplifies strength and resilience every day. Her ability to solve problems with efficiency and effectiveness is demonstrated day in and day out, and we are lucky to have Marli on our team!"
- Tim Schmidt, Bridge Division Manager
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3 days ago

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Way to go, Marli Jo Henke!

That’s my bestfraaaannnn ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผโค๏ธ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ

Go Marli Jo Henke!!!

Thanks everyone for the kind words! ๐Ÿคญ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ

Rock Star

Wow - you are amazing, Marli!

You’re the best Marli!!!!

Whoop! My girl!! ๐Ÿคฉ๐Ÿคฉ

Go Marli Jo Henke!

Great job Marli Jo Henkeโค๏ธโค๏ธ

Go Marli!!

Congratulations Marli!

You go girl!!!

Getter done Marli!

Yaaa Mar Mar!

One in a million๐ŸŽฏ #bosslady

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Itโ€™s #NationalEngineersWeek and we canโ€™t wait to showcase a few of our talented teammates who are positively impacting our operations! This dynamic group is bringing innovation to our job sites every day โ€“ join us this week as we celebrate their contributions!

Meet Andrew Owenby, P.E.!

Andrew graduated from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. From Quality Control Technician to Project Manager, Andrews journey through the construction industry is marked by dynamic growth, diverse challenges, and great achievements. Starting in 2013, he quickly demonstrated his expertise and leadership, evolving from ensuring construction quality and collecting IRI data to managing large projects across states. His pivotal role in our BNSF Overpass Project with the Arkansas Department of Transportation showcased his ability to lead complex projects to success. His commitment and accomplishments on this project led our team to an AGC of Missouri Keystone Award for innovative project solutions, resourcefulness, and safety!

Andrews journey continued with his significant contribution to our first DOT project with the Colorado Department of Transportation as a Construction Manager, where he not only managed construction, but also played a crucial role in design development, budget estimation, and subcontractor and supplier procurement and setup - all while ensuring adherence to stringent specifications. He is currently serving as a Project Manager for the CDOT Region 2 Bridge Bundle, continuing to make a strong impact on the project and our company. Andrew demonstrates his commitment, expertise, and leadership day in and day out.

Hear from Capitals Director of Construction Operations, Tyler Smith, P.E., on what makes Andrew a valuable asset to our team: โ€œAndrew exemplifies the characteristics of dedication, drive, and problem-solving ability that define what it means to be an Engineer. Since joining Capital, following earning a degree from MU in Engineering, Andrew has attacked every challenging project with a commitment to succeed. Andrew has been willing to take on project management rolls in multiple states, lead on design-build projects, and been a cornerstone to the growth of Capital as an organization. As an Engineer, Andrewโ€™s true passion is to seek the optimal solution to every challenge to produce the result that most benefits the project as a whole.โ€

If you are pursuing Engineering and looking for career opportunities or advice, reach out to us! We have a group of dynamic Engineers who can help guide you to success!

Itโ€™s #NationalEngineersWeek and we canโ€™t wait to showcase a few of our talented teammates who are positively impacting our operations! This dynamic group is bringing innovation to our job sites every day โ€“ join us this week as we celebrate their contributions!

Meet Andrew Owenby, P.E.!

Andrew graduated from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. From Quality Control Technician to Project Manager, Andrew's journey through the construction industry is marked by dynamic growth, diverse challenges, and great achievements. Starting in 2013, he quickly demonstrated his expertise and leadership, evolving from ensuring construction quality and collecting IRI data to managing large projects across states. His pivotal role in our BNSF Overpass Project with the Arkansas Department of Transportation showcased his ability to lead complex projects to success. His commitment and accomplishments on this project led our team to an AGC of Missouri Keystone Award for innovative project solutions, resourcefulness, and safety!

Andrew's journey continued with his significant contribution to our first DOT project with the Colorado Department of Transportation as a Construction Manager, where he not only managed construction, but also played a crucial role in design development, budget estimation, and subcontractor and supplier procurement and setup - all while ensuring adherence to stringent specifications. He is currently serving as a Project Manager for the CDOT Region 2 Bridge Bundle, continuing to make a strong impact on the project and our company. Andrew demonstrates his commitment, expertise, and leadership day in and day out.

Hear from Capital's Director of Construction Operations, Tyler Smith, P.E., on what makes Andrew a valuable asset to our team: โ€œAndrew exemplifies the characteristics of dedication, drive, and problem-solving ability that define what it means to be an Engineer. Since joining Capital, following earning a degree from MU in Engineering, Andrew has attacked every challenging project with a commitment to succeed. Andrew has been willing to take on project management rolls in multiple states, lead on design-build projects, and been a cornerstone to the growth of Capital as an organization. As an Engineer, Andrewโ€™s true passion is to seek the optimal solution to every challenge to produce the result that most benefits the project as a whole.โ€

If you are pursuing Engineering and looking for career opportunities or advice, reach out to us! We have a group of dynamic Engineers who can help guide you to success!
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5 days ago

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Congratulations!

Congrats Andrew Owenby!!!

Congrats Andrew Owenby . That's alot of praises for you and I'm sure it's well deserved. Proud of you. ๐Ÿ‘

Congratulations Andrew Owenby we are all so proud of your accomplishments! ๐Ÿ†๐Ÿ‘

Thanks for all you do, Andrew Owenby!

Woohoo! Go Andrew!!

Way to go Andrew!

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We are excited to welcome three new members to the Capital team who will be instrumental in serving the Rocky Mountain Region - Cory Allington, Matt Randall, and Daniel Macauley! Together, they bring over 50 years of dynamic experience in the Colorado market.
 
Cory Allington has a BS in Construction Management from Colorado State University, holding multiple leadership roles throughout his career - from Project Manager and Chief Estimator to Vice President. We are excited about the impact he will make as Capitals Division Manager for the Rocky Mountain Region.
 
Matt Randall began his career in the industry immediately following high school while also earning his BS in Construction Management at Colorado State University. The diverse roles he has held throughout his career have made him the leader he is today, including multiple roles throughout construction operations and executive management. His expertise in multi-phase complex roadway construction, high spec airfield paving projects, issue resolution, team development, and business management have equipped him to take on his role as Division Operations Manager for the Rocky Mountain Region.
 
Dan Macauley started his career in the construction industry while attending the University of Cincinnati (UC) for his BS in Civil Engineering. Early in his career, he became a specialist in airfield construction projects. He continued his career as a Project Manager and Area Manager on large heavy civil construction projects in the DOT, FAA, and DOD markets. His experience in the industry will bring great value to the Capital team as a Senior Project Manager for the Rocky Mountain Region.
 
Their wealth of experience and expertise will play a pivotal role in our ongoing growth and the cultivation of strong partnerships within the area. The addition of these talented individuals further solidifies our dedication to delivering quality service and knowledge in the Rocky Mountain Region! Click the link below to learn more:
https://capitalmo.com/rocky-mountain-region/

We are excited to welcome three new members to the Capital team who will be instrumental in serving the Rocky Mountain Region - Cory Allington, Matt Randall, and Daniel Macauley! Together, they bring over 50 years of dynamic experience in the Colorado market.

Cory Allington has a BS in Construction Management from Colorado State University, holding multiple leadership roles throughout his career - from Project Manager and Chief Estimator to Vice President. We are excited about the impact he will make as Capital's Division Manager for the Rocky Mountain Region.

Matt Randall began his career in the industry immediately following high school while also earning his BS in Construction Management at Colorado State University. The diverse roles he has held throughout his career have made him the leader he is today, including multiple roles throughout construction operations and executive management. His expertise in multi-phase complex roadway construction, high spec airfield paving projects, issue resolution, team development, and business management have equipped him to take on his role as Division Operations Manager for the Rocky Mountain Region.

Dan Macauley started his career in the construction industry while attending the University of Cincinnati (UC) for his BS in Civil Engineering. Early in his career, he became a specialist in airfield construction projects. He continued his career as a Project Manager and Area Manager on large heavy civil construction projects in the DOT, FAA, and DOD markets. His experience in the industry will bring great value to the Capital team as a Senior Project Manager for the Rocky Mountain Region.

Their wealth of experience and expertise will play a pivotal role in our ongoing growth and the cultivation of strong partnerships within the area. The addition of these talented individuals further solidifies our dedication to delivering quality service and knowledge in the Rocky Mountain Region! Click the link below to learn more:
capitalmo.com/rocky-mountain-region/
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3 weeks ago

Our team is excited to visit the following schools this Spring in search of great talent to join our team! If you have a family member or friend who is currently attending one of these institutions (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, State Technical College of Missouri, Missouri S&T, Missouri State University, Mizzou Engineering, Harding University, & Colorado State University Pueblo) and interested in the construction industry, let them know we will be there to connect with them!

We are excited to meet new students, and we look forward to discussing the many opportunities that our industry offers! Use the link below to learn more about Capital:
https://capitalmo.com/

Our team is excited to visit the following schools this Spring in search of great talent to join our team! If you have a family member or friend who is currently attending one of these institutions (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, State Technical College of Missouri, Missouri S&T, Missouri State University, Mizzou Engineering, Harding University, & Colorado State University Pueblo) and interested in the construction industry, let them know we will be there to connect with them!

We are excited to meet new students, and we look forward to discussing the many opportunities that our industry offers! Use the link below to learn more about Capital:
capitalmo.com/
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4 weeks ago

Checking in from La Junta, CO! ๐Ÿ“

CapitalTezak, along with the Colorado Department of Transportation, is driving progress on the Region 2 Bridge Bundle by replacing 17 rural structures across key highway corridors (CO 9, US 24, & US 350). This initiative will enhance transportation and economic development in southeastern and central Colorado, benefiting both the traveling public and the states infrastructure. The project completion is slated for early 2024!

The photos shown below were taken at four different sites along US 350, where our crews are replacing nine structures between La Junta and Trinidad in total. We are proud to serve the Colorado market and look forward to further enhancing rural mobility, supporting commerce, and improving access to tourist destinations throughout the state!

Checking in from La Junta, CO! ๐Ÿ“

CapitalTezak, along with the Colorado Department of Transportation, is driving progress on the Region 2 Bridge Bundle by replacing 17 rural structures across key highway corridors (CO 9, US 24, & US 350). This initiative will enhance transportation and economic development in southeastern and central Colorado, benefiting both the traveling public and the state's infrastructure. The project completion is slated for early 2024!

The photos shown below were taken at four different sites along US 350, where our crews are replacing nine structures between La Junta and Trinidad in total. We are proud to serve the Colorado market and look forward to further enhancing rural mobility, supporting commerce, and improving access to tourist destinations throughout the state!
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3 months ago

Checking in from Alma, Colorado! ๐Ÿ“ 

The Region 2 Bridge Bundle project consists of the replacement of 17 rural structures on essential highway corridors (CO 9, US 24, & US 350) in southeastern and central Colorado. The overall project is currently 75% complete with a project completion date of December 2024.

Most recently, CapitalTezak has been working alongside the Colorado Department of Transportation & Wilson & Company, Inc., Engineers and Architects on a 7 day closure to replace a bridge on CO 9, the main link between Park County and Breckenridge. This job consists of replacing the existing structure with a box culvert with accompanying headwalls and wingwalls to minimize traffic impacts and ensure safety for travelers!

Shoutout to our crews for beating the winter weather and opening this structure back up to the traveling public ahead of schedule! Stay tuned for more project updates!

Check out the comment section to see a progression video of the project! ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿพ

Checking in from Alma, Colorado! ๐Ÿ“

The Region 2 Bridge Bundle project consists of the replacement of 17 rural structures on essential highway corridors (CO 9, US 24, & US 350) in southeastern and central Colorado. The overall project is currently 75% complete with a project completion date of December 2024.

Most recently, CapitalTezak has been working alongside the Colorado Department of Transportation & Wilson & Company, Inc., Engineers and Architects on a 7 day closure to replace a bridge on CO 9, the main link between Park County and Breckenridge. This job consists of replacing the existing structure with a box culvert with accompanying headwalls and wingwalls to minimize traffic impacts and ensure safety for travelers!

Shoutout to our crews for beating the winter weather and opening this structure back up to the traveling public ahead of schedule! Stay tuned for more project updates!

Check out the comment section to see a progression video of the project! ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿพ
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