K&H Construction Current Projects

K&H is currently working on a horizontal directional drilling project for Kleine Electric, Inc. at Steel Dynamics in Butler, IN.  This project consists of installation of approximately 3,000’ of 2” HDPE pipe.

K&H also recently started a new tower site for American Electric Power in Utica, OH.  Our work includes: tower foundations, a shelter foundation, setting a 70,000# communication shelter, assisting AEP with the installation of grounding system, power, fiber and propane conduits, stone work, chain link fence and gates, and restoration of the site.

 

 

K&H Construction, Inc. Current Projects

K&H Construction, Inc. is excited to be working on the following projects:

  • Two new tower foundations for an emergency communication system for Bullitt County, KY.
  • Four AEP Communication Sites in Continental, Fostoria, Savannah, and Fremont, OH.
  • New tower foundation for ERS Telecom Properties in Rapid City, MI.
  • Building five new temporary communication shelters for AEP that will be used in WV, VA, and KY.
  • New tower foundation at Camp Atterbury.

K&H Construction Wins Safety Award at BCA Spring Membership Meeting

K&H Construction, Inc. was awarded the 2019 BCA Gibson Safety Excellence Award under the Contractor 1 – 50K labor hours class at the Building Contractors Association Spring Membership dinner in April. K&H was one of five companies receiving awards in their respective labor hours classes and was honored to be among the winners of this award.  K&H Construction has safety among its core values, believing that safety is first, every single day, no matter how large or small the project.  K&H also believes that every employee should return home safely to their family every week.  In the last two years, K&H Construction has worked to enhance its safety program, rewriting its zero-tolerance policy, increasing the amount of safety classes needed to participate in work for the company, and continuing to promote safety each and every day through conversation and action.

K&H Construction, Inc. Current and Upcoming Projects

K&H Construction, Inc. is excited to be working on the following projects:

  • Build and install a new temporary communication shelter for AEP in Lavalette, WV
  • Continued work on AEP Communication Shelter Replacement Projects in Lancaster, Jackson, and Otway, OH
  • New Communication Tower Site for ERS – OCI in Evansville, IN

K&H Construction, Inc. Visits IPFW Engineered Construction Class

Mike Kinder, Almario Greene, and Emily Brough recently visited IPFW’s Engineered Construction class to speak with students about K&H Construction, Inc.  They shared pictures and information about the types of services that K&H Construction completes on a regular basis, with a focus on concrete work.  Students were then asked to participate in a group activity on formwork.  It was an interactive presentation.  K&H Construction values the opportunity to interact with up and coming construction professionals in the community.

K&H Construction donates water to Down Syndrome Association of Northeast Indiana and Alzheimer’s Association

On the weekend of September 9, K&H Construction, Inc. donated and handed out over 700 bottles of water to participants and volunteers at the Down Syndrome Association of Northeast Indiana (DSANI) Buddy Walk.  Over 1500 walkers participated in this year’s walk, held at Parkview Field.

Additionally, K&H Construction, Inc. recently donated over 200 bottles of water to the Alzheimer’s Association of Fort Wayne for participants attending support groups and educational classes.

K&H Construction values helping organizations in the community.

K&H Construction Upcoming Projects

K&H Construction is excited to start the following projects:

  • New Tower Site for Vertical Bridge in Edgerton, Ohio
  • Site Work for a New Tower Site for Hayes Towers in Indianapolis, Indiana
  • New Communication Shelter Projects for American Electric Power in:
    • Buchanan, Michigan
    • Canton, Ohio
    • Kilgore, Ohio
    • Malvern, Ohio
    • Sponseller, Ohio