Scope of Services


  • Cast-in-place concrete
  • Concrete girder
  • Steel girder
  • Timber

Earth Moving / Excavation

Solar and Wind Project Infrastructure

Parking Garages

Drainage Channels

Retaining Walls

Sound Walls

Parking Lots


I-17, Loop 101 to Jomax Road is a $68 million ADOT project that includes major earthwork and excavation, asphalt paving, concrete paving, box culverts, and the construction of six bridges.
Meadow Valley Contractors, Inc. has been building multi-million dollar Heavy Highway projects for the past three decades. We are experts in constructing complex, orchestrated, multi-phase projects such as traffic interchanges, road widening and the pioneering of new roadways. We excel in designing and maintaining traffic flows for the motoring public while constructing new roadways or rebuilding existing highway and interchange systems. MVCI brings to each project a modern, state-of-the-art fleet of equipment and our pre-qualified group of subcontractors to ensure each project we build delivers the highest degree of owner satisfaction possible. We also incorporate the most up-to-date scheduling, bidding and accounting soft ware to ensure each project is completed on time and on, or under budget, while providing real time project cost information.

The I-215 Beltway from Summerlin to Craig Road was a Clark County project with a contract amount of $44 million. Work consisted of pre-stressed concrete bridges, grading, paving, and underground utilities for the future installation of the Freeway Arterial Systems of Transport (FAST).
Our Project Management and Superintendant professionals average over 20 years of industry experience and at least 10 years with MVCI. We strive to create an environment to provide professional long-term growth for our team members.