Building on its strong business presence in the Raleigh Triangle region, Mountain Creek has worked on a wide range of projects in Eastern North Carolina from large culvert projects to community storm drainage improvements projects, both as a subcontractor and a prime contractor. The company has also worked on several infrastructure improvement projects, including Interstate highway improvements and railroad projects.
North Carolina Global Transpark, Goldsboro, North Carolina (with HNTB): Mountain Creek constructed three culverts over the Neuse River, which included enough room for rail access, for the North Carolina Rail Division to support the expansion of a major regional industrial park.
The City of Washington, North Carolina: This ongoing project consists of improvements to the city’s existing storm drainage system, including the construction of five box culverts at various locations throughout the city.. This multi-location, multi-phase project requires the attention to detail, and the intense coordination with the prime contractor that Mountain Creek excels at.
Lenoir Parkway, Lenoir County, North Carolina (with Hinkle Contracting): Mountain Creek was the subcontractor for this project which involved the construction of multiple culverts for a design-build regional highway project in eastern North Carolina.
14th Street Bridge, Pitt County, North Carolina: Mountain Creek was the prime contractor on this project for the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Mountain Creek self preformed the construction of the hollow cored slab bridge and managed utility, electrical, paving and seeding subcontractors in order to provide a complete turnkey product to the City of Greenville and Pitt County, NC.
I-95 and I-85 Rest Areas, Cumberland, Davidson and Cabarrus Counties, North Carolina: Mountain Creek reconstructed three rest areas on these major Interstate highways. As the prime contractor, Mountain Creek replaced these outdated facilities with modern more energy efficient ones. The projects also expanded parking areas and improved access for disabled and handicapped individuals.