Earthwork is underway for Nucor’s steel rebar micro-mill in Pettis County, Missouri. Phillips Hardy is proud to partner with Nucor and B&P Excavating on this exciting project which will bring an estimated 250 new jobs and produce an estimated 350,000 tons of rebar...read more
The Kaw Point Connector Trail Project in Kansas City earned a 2018 National Recognition Award in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Engineering Excellence Awards Competition. Phillips Hardy completed a portion of the project by constructing the new...read more
As featured in this aerial video, Phillips Hardy completed a mass grading project in the fall of 2017 which included earthwork totaling 700,000 cubic yards across 800 acres to provide wildlife habitat improvements in north-central Missouri. The project began with the...read more
The goal of the Route 470 Project in Jackson County Missouri was to improve 15 bridges in the metro area of Kansas City. At Phillips Hardy, our philosophy is to plan accordingly at all times. During project planning, Jason Stastny, used a value engineering approach to...read more
Phillips Hardy Inc. was the recipient of a Safety Award from the Association of General Contractors (AGC) of Missouri in both 2015 and 2016 for its work on two Missouri Department of Transportation Projects, Route 49 in Vernon County and I-44 in St. Louis. The AGC of...read more
Phillips Hardy Inc. is proud to have been featured in US Builders Review in both 2015 and 2016. These opportunities allowed us to share our commitment to the core values which have built the foundation for our success and our plans to continue that success in the...read more
For its work on the Markey Parkway and Towne Center Drive Improvements Project, Phillips Hardy Inc. was given the 2016 Project of the Year Award by the Kansas City Metro American Public Works Association. The award recognizes excellence in the management and...read more
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