Shimmick is a proud member of Waterways Council, Inc., supporting the council’s essential inland waterways mission to serve the Corps and local communities. Recently, we were featured in WCI’s Capitol Currents Newsletter, which highlighted our extensive inland waterway work.
The article states, “[Shimmick] has successfully delivered over $4 billion in highly complex projects for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and continues to do so with world-class staff, craftsmen, and an extensive fleet of equipment. Their deep-rooted culture was built upon the 115-year legacies of Morrison Knudsen and Washington Group International. Today’s Shimmick is the result of multiple entities becoming one — combining people, resources, and experience to carry on a tradition of delivering some of the most complex U.S. infrastructure projects.”
“Shimmick’s in-house capabilities include new construction and rehabilitation of marine structures, earthworks, deep foundation both driven and drilled, mass and structural concrete, structural steel, and mechanical and electrical installation, all of which contributes to their strong resume for construction of water resource projects including piers, locks and dams, levees, fish passageways, and large hydraulic structures.”
Take a look at the member spotlight on page 8 to read more about our inland waterway experience on projects like Chickamauga Lock Chamber Replacement project and LaGrange Lock and Dam Rehabilitation project.