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Arkansas Office
1800 S 52nd St, Ste 400
Rogers, AR 72758
T: 479.464.7077
F: 479.464.7050
Red Iron’s Corner
Since 1977, Crossland Construction has transformed from a small local construction
company into a leader within our industry. We’ve expanded into a regional
company with eight offices, maintaining licenses in 37 states. We’ve expanded our
subcontractor base by working with over 1,300 subcontractors to complete over
1,100 jobs each year. Last but not least, we’ve expanded on our client services.
Crossland continually strives to be good stewards of our client’s finances, treating every project as important
as the other, and upholding our client relationships as our most valued commodity.
As we look to the future, I am excited about the opportunities that lay ahead, knowing that to achieve these
we must continue our transformation. Over the last year, a small group of individuals has been working hard
to develop a strategic plan to guide us through the coming years. Our primary objective is to ensure
Crossland remains a great place to work and continually provide opportunities for employee growth for
generations to come. We have set our sights on two main goals that we feel will both bolster and propel our
company going forward.
“Establishing a succession plan, geographic footprint and structure while utilizing the best talent in the
industry” - promises to keep our core values alive and creates the foundation to ensure our culture is
“Consistently being recognized in Engineering News Records Top 50 Contractors by our 50th anniversary”
– provides the stability for continual growth personally, professionally, and within our communities.
Milestones like these are not achieved by chance. They require a well-defined blueprint, and this group has
done a tremendous job laying the groundwork on how to get there. We have aimed high, knowing that we
have the best team in the industry to accomplish these goals.
As I look to the future, I’m excited and confident about the impact we can have on our employees, clients,
partners and communities.
John Priest
Missouri Office
3252 Roanoke Rd
Kansas City, MO 64111
T: 816.960.4553
F: 816.960.4590
Oklahoma Office
14149 E Admiral
Tulsa, OK 74116
T: 918.712.1441
F: 918.712.2044
Oklahoma City Office
13919 N Harvey Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73013
T: 405.748.5043
F: 405.748.7214
Texas Office
861 N Coleman, Ste 100
Prosper, TX 75078
T: 972.347.5659
F: 972.347.5684
Wichita, Kansas Office
3017 N Cypress Dr
Wichita, KS 67226
T: 316.942.9090
F: 316.944.0147
Colorado Office
6341 S Troy Cir
Centennial, CO 80111
T: 303.861.0228
F: 303.861.0229
Corporate Office
PO Box 45, 833 S East Ave
Columbus, KS 66725
Tel: 620.429.1414
Fax: 620.429.1412
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Cover Story: Bentonville
Community Center
Bentonville, Arkansas
Target Prototype Store
Fort Worth, Texas
City of Rogers Fire Station #2
Rogers, Arkansas
PSU Overman Student Center
Pittsburg, Kansas
Bethany College Student Housing
Lindsborg, Kansas
Commerce Bank
Joplin, Missouri
MSSU Baseball Stadium
Joplin, Missouri
Siloam Springs Football Stadium
Siloam Springs, Arkansas
Pond Creek Silos
Pond Creek, Oklahoma
Reasor’s Remodel
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Crossland Current:
Crossland Ranks #85 in Top
Contractors in the U.S. and #228
in Top Global Contractors
Crossland Wins CURT Award
Crossland Wins ABC Arkansas
John Priest promoted to
company President
Innovative Objects
Joplin, Missouri
Tyson Foods Data Center
Springdale, Arkansas
The center also hosts a library, as well as an open lounge area
with a private adult lounge for meetings. A catering kitchen can
accommodate functions, such as weddings or meetings. Class/
Bentonville, AR— Crossland Construction Company was selected
meeting rooms are for events; educational classes made available
as Construction Manager for the new Bentonville Community
to the community will be held in these rooms as well.
Center. We worked with design teams to create a facility that
gymnasium can be used for pick-up basketball games, volleyball
would meet the needs of each program, within set budget
matches, tournaments, or other activities.
constraints. Crossland Construction crews used a pre-engineered
metal building structure rather than a conventional metal building
The Grand Opening was an event the community had looked
for the Bentonville Community Center in Bentonville, Arkansas, a
forward to over the course of construction. The Bentonville Parks
choice that saved the city over $1.2 million. The building has a
and Recreation Director David Wright said, “The Bentonville
standing seam metal roof that enhances the exterior, as do the
Community Center allows our department to be more
brick, stone, and architectural textured metal panels.
comprehensive and diverse in the programs we offer. We can
now offer recreational, aquatic, and fitness programming twelve
I hope our community
finds the Center to
be a fun place for the
entire family.
- Bentonville Parks and Recreation
Director David Wright
The project, which contains two physical structures, is joined
months a year. I hope our community finds the Center to be a fun
together by one large wall. The Aquatics facility is designed
place for the entire family.”
for patrons to enjoy the water features without being cold when
leaving the water. The design accommodates the high levels
The act of enhancing the communities where we work is
of humidity and chlorinated water for both the leisure and
something on which Crossland prides itself – we were honored to
competition pools.
have been chosen for the project.
Additional features include a basketball court with a running
track, classrooms, a stage, an arts and crafts area, a zero depth
entry leisure pool, a lazy river with a water splash structure and
a two-story slide, and an eight lane competitive pool with two
1-meter diving boards and one 3-meter diving board. There is a
large cardio/resistance area, as well as a free weight area and a
spacious aerobic/dance studio.
Crossland Project Manager: Pat Carroll
Crossland Superintendent: Scott Brogan
Crossland Field Engineer: John Balsters
Owner: City of Bentonville
Engineer: Morrison-Shipley Engineers, Inc.
Barker Rinker Seacat of Denver, CO,
and Hight-Jackson Associates of Rogers, AR
*Quote Reference:
Crossland Project Manager:
Crossland Superintendent:
Pat Carroll
Brad Vinardi
Target Stores, Inc.
RSP Architects
Fort Worth, TX— Fort Worth, Texas is
Dining tables are set with items from the
the site of the new 121,000 square foot
Home Store in hopes of helping patrons
Target prototype store.
At a contract
visualize those items in their own dining
value of $5 million, the retail giant’s latest
rooms. These, along with several other
update includes a new color scheme, new
Home merchandise displays, will change
fixtures, and new graphics. The building’s
several times during the course of a year.
exterior consists of tilt-up concrete walls,
the use of exterior insulation finishing,
and sandblasted walls, consistent with the
challenged by Mother Nature and, once
company’s design.
again, rallied to beat her at her own
game. This team lost a total of 55 days
The new colors chosen for the interior
of construction due to snow and ice in the
fixtures make the merchandise colors
winter, followed by a very wet spring. In
stand out, creating a crisp look for
true Crossland fashion, the facility was
completed by the original completion
Specifically, the new store
purchase products for the home. Chairs
Vinardi, and the subcontractors who also
line an aisle so that shoppers can sit in
worked the job.
each one to determine their favorite.
date, with credit given to the tireless
shopping experience for those looking to
Rogers, AR— Until recently, a 50 year old firehouse
room on the first floor.
substation served the residents of a Rogers, Arkansas
boasts an open floor plan to the living and dining rooms
neighborhood. Outdated and no longer efficient, Crossland
and the kitchen. Bedrooms and bathrooms are private. The
Construction Company was awarded the contract to replace
firefighters also have access to an upper level outdoor patio
the existing structure with a modern facility. The new, two
for both cooking and recreation.
The second floor living space
story fire station is an impressive 12,400 square foot building
constructed primarily of structural steel with masonry
Crossland crews installed several distinctive equipment
veneer, a composite metal panel exterior, steel studs,
pieces for the new firehouse. Three sets of special-order,
and concrete masonry unit blocks. The project required
fast-operating, bi-fold apparatus bay doors were placed
site development, parking, paving, landscaping, utilities,
with precision.
grading, and drainage.
Massachusetts by McIntire Brass Works.
The fire pole was handmade in Boston,
An electronic,
motion-activated fire door surrounds the fire pole at its base,
The apparatus bay is situated in the lower level of the
offering quick and safe fire person access from the upstairs
building, and in complete drive-through fashion.
living quarters to the downstairs apparatus bays.
is also a bunk gear washroom, with an adjacent workout
Crossland Project Manager:
Crossland Superintendent:
Scott Wuerdeman
Rusty Thompson, Robert Gonzalez
City of Rogers
Don Spann AIA Architect
Photographs by:
Bill Timmerman Photography
Pittsburg, KS— The Overman Student Center project was both
The Overman Student
Center is welcomed with
enthusiasm. Pittsburg
State University will now be
able to hold new activities
on campus with the much
needed added space.
maintenance of signage, perimeter fencing, and jobsite
Upon completion, the Pittsburg State Press and Media Team
security and safety measures. As a result, we completed the
interviewed several people involved with the project. Malory
project in phases.
White, President of the Gorilla Activities Board, shared her
enthusiastic anticipation about the renovations and expansion.
a renovation and an addition on the campus of Pittsburg State
University. With 32,000 square feet of renovations and 32,100
Renovations are often challenging, and this 70 year old existing
“Most of our events take place in the Overman Student
square feet of new construction, students can use the space for
structure brought its “A game.” The building had undergone
Center,” White said, “so, as you might imagine, we’re excited
both academic and social interaction. From a lounge and dining
several remodels prior to our project. As crews peeled back the
about this project. The additional space, the new dining areas,
space to meeting and conference rooms to a new ballroom three
structure’s layers, they discovered uneven floors and standing
and this amazing ballroom are going to allow us to bring
times the size of the previous ballroom, the Student Center has
walls that were not on the building’s original blueprints. Pre-
activities to campus that were never before an option.”
multi-faceted purpose.
existing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing components,
unknown to the Architect and Engineer in the design phase,
Crossland is proud to have participated in enhancing the
The facility remained open to students and university staff
forced time-consuming redesigns. Crossland crews used a
college experience for the students of today and for those
through the duration of both the renovations and the addition,
three dimensional model to coordinate mechanical, electrical,
seeking a better future for decades to come.
but our Crossland teams are always eager to develop innovative
and plumbing components. Total stations and lasers were
solutions to project challenges. Construction employees and
used to maintain horizontal and vertical control of the layout.
activities were separated from students and university staff at all
Frequent inspections by the Owner, Crossland Engineers, and
times, and noise levels were minimized as much as possible. The
the Architect bolstered our ongoing commitment to Quality.
very location of the building was, itself, an obstacle – it stands
Despite a long list of challenges, obstacles, and extenuating
in the campus center. Increased foot traffic meant increased
circumstances, Crossland was proud to deliver this $11.8
million dollar project to Pittsburg State University on time and
on budget.
Crossland Project Manager:
Crossland Superintendent:
Crossland Field Engineer:
Crossland Carpentry Mentor:
Lance Garrett
Anthony Brown
Josh Lorenz
Kenny Hunt
Pittsburg State University
Treanor Architects, P.A.
Lindsborg, KS— The Bethany College Student
As Crossland crews began demolition of the existing
Housing facility is an 80,000 square foot, three-story
dormitory, an unforeseen challenge occurred that
project that can house up to 244 students. When
impacted the schedule by 43 days. As a result, site
the college decided to go forward with their out-
work, as well as the installation of underground
of-the-box dormitory design, they chose Crossland
utilities and concrete footings, had to be performed
Construction to get the job done. The design offers
during the winter months, with above average
a more apartment style feel, with multi-family layouts
freezing temperatures and snow.
available as well. Each unit has its own individual
moved heaters in to thaw the frozen ground to allow
bath; accommodations range from single and double
for excavation.
Crossland crews
to four-person occupancy. Apartment finishes include
wood doors and luxury vinyl tile flooring. Carpet lines
In the end, the project was completed nearly 90 days
the hallways and common areas.
ahead of schedule, early enough to allow move-in of
student athletes prior to the start of the school.
The first floor of the building is home to a caféstyle lounge area, designed to encourage student
interaction; the other floors also have smaller student
lounge areas. A first floor classroom comprised of
concrete masonry unit blocks and a hollow-core plank
ceiling doubles as a storm shelter. There is dedicated
meeting space on the second and third floors as
well. The exterior of the dormitory is brick-veneer
wainscoting with Hardie board siding, vinyl windows,
and asphalt-composite roof shingles.
Crossland Project Manager:
Crossland Superintendent:
Andrew Masters
Zach Cole
Crossland Holdings, LLC
Rosemann & Associates, P.C.
Tulsa, OK— Over the last couple of years Reasor’s Grocers
the entire storefront. Exposed structural steel was wrapped
has been remodeling stores across the state of Oklahoma,
in beautiful cedar and two steel gables were built at the
bringing a fresh look and new features to their existing stores.
main entrance giving the façade an impressive finish. The
Crossland Construction has had the privilege of remodeling
gabled ceilings were covered in tongue-and-groove cedar,
several of those stores, including this striking $4.5 million
making for an exquisite entrance to the store.
remodel located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The original building
underwent extensive demolition of its exterior, only three
The interior features a beautiful chandelier and a fireplace,
of the four exterior walls remained. Crossland crews also
creating a warm, inviting space for patrons to shop and dine.
performed demolition of the front face and a portion of the
The store includes a modern eating area and numerous
parking lot. The roof was cut back from the main entrance
ready-to-eat options, as well as a neatly displayed meat and
and the entire interior was torn down and removed. All
deli areas. Crossland crews self-performed structural steel,
existing flooring was removed and a large portion of the
carpentry, and concrete work associated with this project.
floor slab was trenched.
All new HVAC, electrical, and
plumbing was installed throughout the store. Interior walls
were rebuilt with new structural steel framing used to rebuild
Crossland Project Manager:
Crossland Superintendent:
Brett Cares
Kadin Mendicki
Shook Kelley
Crossland’s work has earned multiple awards from the
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Arkansas over
the years. The following are projects that won at this year’s
award banquet held in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
For nearly 40 years, Crossland Construction has used our industry expertise to deliver quality projects to valued clients. Powered by
our Core Values—trust, responsibility, integrity, and passion—the Crossland Team has dynamically impacted the landscape of our
communities, and we look forward to further growth and development nationwide. Our firm has grown from a small family owned
company into a Top 100 Contractor in the United States. We may be bigger than we used to be, but the basis of our business is still
the same today - build excellent projects for valued communities and befriend clients along the way— that’s the Crossland Way.
1 Hunt Tower, Rogers, AR
Commercial Office Category, Over $25M
Check out some of our recent accomplishments.
2 J Street Project, Bentonville, AR
Industrial Category, Over $5M
3 Bentonville Community Center, Bentonville, AR
Pre-Engineered Building Category, Over $10M
4 Tyson Data Center, Rogers, AR - Crossland Heavy
Commercial Office Category, $10M - $25M
Ranked by Engineering
News Record (ENR) based
on company revenue for
the 2015 year.
Ranked by Engineering
News Record (ENR) based
on company revenue for
the 2015 year.
The Crossland Construction Education Department was honored to receive the award for
Outstanding Achievements in Construction Industry Workforce Development at the 2015 Awards
of Excellence celebration in Houston, Texas. Bestowed by the Construction Users Roundtable
(CURT), the Construction Industry Workforce Awards recognizes extraordinary, exemplary, and
innovative training and education programs that lead others to a career in the construction
industry. Clay Kubicek, Crossland’s Education Director, attended the awards ceremony, and
received the award on Crossland’s behalf. “It was an honor to accept this award for Crossland,
especially considering the number of large and respectable companies who also submitted for
it. It’s a great feeling to be part of Crossland’s award winning team. Crossland’s core values
shine through its investment in training and development,” said Mr. Kubicek.
Crossland Construction Company has
donated 11 acres of land and their
resources toward the development of
Crossland Park in Columbus, Kansas.
The facility will include bocce courts,
horseshoe courts, a shuffleboard
space, a playground, a sand volleyball
court, restrooms and a concession
stand, practice soccer fields, and a fullsized soccer field.
The Crossland Academy, Crossland’s internal education program, trains and retains their
employees through innovative on-the-job-training programs, registered apprenticeships,
mentoring, individual learning plans, and clearly defined career paths. Crossland Construction
Company genuinely believes that the company’s greatest asset is their employees, and devotes
considerable resources to the skill development and lifelong learning of their team members.
Since 2004, the Crossland Connection, Crossland’s external educational program, has exposed
over 8,000 middle school, junior high, and high school students to career opportunities in the
construction industry through this business/schools partnership. As a result, 2200+ students have
received their National Center for Construction Education and Research module completions in
Core, Carpentry, Masonry, Plumbing, and Electrical. Crossland’s passion for giving back to the
community shines through the Crossland Connection.
Crossland Construction is pleased to announce the promotion of Mr. John
Priest to President of the company. Mr. Bennie Crossland, President since
2002, will continue to contribute to Crossland’s success as Chairman of the
Board of Directors, effective November 6, 2015.
A graduate of Oklahoma State University, Mr. Priest has been with Crossland
for 17 years and currently resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma with his wife and three
children. “I am looking forward to building on the tradition of leadership set
by Ivan, Jr., Bennie, and the Crossland team. It is truly an honor to serve such
a dynamic organization,” said Priest. Bennie Crossland plans to actively assist
with the transition as the company moves forward into 2016 and 2017. “This is
an exciting time for us. John has served on our company’s Board of Directors
for the past year. He has played an integral role in the development of our last
two strategic plans, has assisted with the implementation of new procedures
company-wide, and has worked to develop and advance our presence in new
markets.” Ivan Crossland, Jr. will continue to serve as Chief Executive Officer.
Curt Crossland, Patrick Crossland, and Mike Crossland will remain Executive
Vice Presidents. Travis Sills and Marta Brown will resume their positions as
Secretary and Assistant Secretary, respectively.
“When Dad moved our family to
Columbus, Kansas, people couldn’t
drive down our street without seeing
one of us kids walking to the swimming
pool or ball fields.
Those places
were where we spent our summers.
Parks are important to the growth
and experiences of kids. Crossland
wanted to give back to the community
that so graciously contributed to our
childhood memories,” stated Bennie
Crossland Project Manager:
Crossland Superintendent:
Nate Stahl
Curt Fletcher
Commerce Bank
Howard and Helmer
Joplin, MO— The new Commerce Bank, which is now the site of
Joplin, MO— Crossland Construction was awarded the $3.2
the Commerce Bank regional headquarters, makes an architectural
million Innovative Objects three story, structural steel building
statement in the Joplin Community. With two clock towers that
project in Joplin, Missouri. The 29,100 square foot building’s first
rise above the roof line, the redesigned facility stands unique in its
floor is home to sales space and a shipping and receiving area;
the basement contains an employee break room and large server
room. This high-tech facility has a theater room and demonstration
Working with Crossland as our
Construction Manager was great
from start to finish. They became
involved early in the design phase,
and gave both essential advice
and listened to our unique desire to
involve as many of our bank clients
and local subcontractors in the
project as possible.
kitchen. Interior finishes include polished concrete floors. The
room that serves as a storm shelter. Cast-stone columns, metal
exterior is stone and stucco, with plenty of windows for natural
studs, and gypsum decorate the main area; 4x4 acoustical tiles
light. Color-changing lighting washes the exterior walls at night.
were also used to improve privacy. Glass fronts were constructed
Today, Innovative Objects is the parent company of PILR, Audio
for all of the offices, taking advantage of the abundant natural
Input, Choice Technologies, blu20, and Wyerless.
light. The one-story building was constructed with structural steel
and masonry cast-stone, and metal panel exterior finishes.
Crossland crews self-performed earthwork, concrete, steel, and
rough and finish carpentry.
The team hit groundwater when
Clive Veri, Bank Owner, had this to say: “working with Crossland
digging the basement. Because water continued to run, engineers
as our Construction Manager was great from start to finish. They
were consulted, with no proposed solutions. Crossland successfully
became involved early in the design phase, and gave both essential
devised a grid of under-slab drains and ran them to two large
advice and listened to our unique need to involve as many of our
sump pumps. This innovative solution allowed us to complete the
bank clients and local subcontractors in the project as possible.
project on time and on budget.
Through the entire building phase, our site Superintendent, Curt
Fletcher, lived and breathed our project, and treated it as though
it was personal. His attention to detail, especially to the final fit
Clive Veri
Bank Owner
The bank’s interior includes teller lines and offices, as well as a break
and finish, is what made our new regional bank headquarters
something truly special and unique.”
Crossland Project Manager:
Crossland Superintendent:
Crossland Steel Superintendent
Tad Johnson
Shay Laurance
Jake Doss
Russ Grundy
Hunter & Millard
This has been the first
project I have done with
Crossland Construction
in 25 years and I highly
recommend them to any
Owner looking for a truly
professional, competent
and reliable contractor.
- Robert L. Harrington
Joplin, MO— For the first time in more than 40 years, the MSSU Baseball Program
has a field on the campus of Missouri Southern State University in Joplin, Missouri
and Crossland Construction was awarded the project contract. The new $2.6
million Warren Turner Field can accommodate 600 fans. The facility has batting
cages and bullpens, and artificial field turf to reduce the number of weather delays
and game cancellations.
Additional features include a full concessions stand, two luxury suites, and a top-ofthe-line press box. The fans have an impressive view; the bleachers were installed
on top of both dugouts and the press box.
Construction was completed in time for Opening Day 2015.
Director Physical Plant / Risk Management, MSSU
Crossland Project Manager:
Crossland Superintendent:
Tad Johnson
Shay Laurance
Corner-Greer Architects
Siloam Springs, AR—The Siloam Springs School District chose
Crossland Construction to complete their new high school football
stadium. The scope of work for the project included the building
of a press box and grandstands for 4,500 people around an existing
turf field. It also included a new ticket booth, home and visitor team
lockers, and concessions buildings. Team fans can now enjoy an
athletic experience in style and comfort, and athletes are sure to
appreciate their updated facilities.
Despite inclement weather, Crossland crews worked diligently with
the school to keep the project on schedule and on budget. As always,
we are proud to have contributed to the Siloam Springs community
through this special project.
Crossland Project Manager:
Crossland Superintendent:
Crossland Carpenter Foreman Mentor:
Jason Miller
Rusty Thompson
Craig Luper
Siloam Springs School District #21
Hight-Jackson Associates PA
Pond Creek, OK— The Pond Creek Silos in Pond Creek,
Oklahoma was multifaceted project. The $1.8 million contract
included construction of four 100-foot tall sand silos, one 135foot tall sand elevator, two dump truck pits, one conveyor pit,
two railroad crossings, one metal office building, one cover
structure, and paving. Each task required special drawings
from vendors that included unique design elements.
The vast majority of the job was completed using High Early
concrete, which is a special purpose concrete producing
higher ultimate strength. Gang forms were used for all large
pit walls. The large sand elevator was used in similar fashion
to an erector set; we were able to assemble the sand elevator
in sections on the ground, lifting those sections upward in 20foot lengths. This method allowed us to cut our erecting time
2016 ABC Arkansas
Excellence in Construction
Award Winner
in half. Piles were used for all of the footings. Boom trucks
were used to pre-tie large rebar mats and lift them in place.
The two railroad tracks running across the space for the
conveyor pit was a challenge our team was able to overcome.
Once they were taken apart, Crossland had just 14 days to
put the railroads back in place. The 16-foot deep conveyor
pit had a floor that was 2-feet thick, with 18-inch thick walls.
Crews worked around the clock to complete these phases of
the project.
Springdale, AR— Crossland Heavy Contractors was proud to have
been chosen to build the new Tyson Data Center, located 15 miles
from their Springdale world headquarters. The $14.7 million facility
provides this global organization state-of-the-art technology with
which to manage their information. From the complexities of the
Data Center floor installation to the coordination of the scheduling,
After completion of the original contract of three pits
Crossland crews were challenged daily.
metal buildings.
The smaller of the two is used as office
Crossland Heavy crews used cloud-based data technology to
conveyor pit to cover the train cars as they dump sand into
Our ability to self-perform various aspects of the job helped keep
we employed an engineer to design footings, contracted
Through the collaborative efforts of our team, the Owner, and the
Crossland is proud of the final project.
will serve this multinational corporation for years to come.
and silos, the Owner asked us to design two on-site
space. The other larger cover structure was built over the
exchange information with all personnel involved in the project.
the pit. Because this phase was a design/build project,
the schedule on track, despite the lack of on-site construction space.
a metal building vendor, and proceeded with construction.
subcontractors, Crossland Heavy Contractors delivered a facility that
Crossland Heavy received the 2016 ABC of Arkansas Excellence in
Construction Award for this spectacular project.
Crossland Project Manager:
Crossland Superintendents:
Aaron Stoops
Jerrod Marcangeli and Aaron Drain
Ironhide, Inc.
Mehlburger Brawley Engineering
CHC Project Manager:
CHC Superintendent:
CHC Concrete Superintendent:
CHC Field Engineers:
Ryan Adler
Donnie Jones
Billy Ortego
Garrett Street,
Josh Porter
Owner: Tyson Foods, Inc.
Engineer: Bruns-Pak
Crossland Construction Company, Inc.
PO Box 45
833 S. East Avenue
Columbus, KS 66725
The foundation of Crossland is our people. We devote considerable resources to skill
development and lifelong learning with our award-winning, nationally accredited, in-house
education and training department, the Crossland Academy. Your talents and skills will be
developed, supported, and recognized at Crossland. This is the starting point in your career.
You have the ability to choose your path and climb as high as you want.
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