NM GB 98 * NM GF 98 * GA01 * GA02 * GA03 * GA04 AZ DUAL KB 2 HAZWOPER RAD WORKER II NM Lic #9102 AZ #232962
Construction Management Services * Structural Engineering & Design Build Commercial & Industrial Buildings * Structural Steel & Steel Buildings New Construction & Renovations * Demolition - Complete Building & Selective Site Development, Excavation, Site Work & Underground Utilities Concrete - all phases * Asphalt - all phases * Fencing * Security Fencing Pre-Engineered Steel Structures Authorized Dealer of Braemar Building Systems Sand and Gravel Production and Sales
Following in the footsteps of founder and father James B. Shiver Sr , Jamey and Jake Shiver confidently step into new and expanding territories as owners and managers of Shiver Construction Company.
Since it's start in 1972 , Shiver Construction Company has realized tremendous success in commercial construction . A known pioneer of modular and site built building manufacturing, Shiver Construction Company has been a proven leader throughout the Southwest in design and building excellence for more than 40 years.
Shiver Construction Company carries a long resume of success in the DESIGN / BUILD world of steel structures as well as in the areas of site developmrent and the production and sales of sand , gravel and ready mixed concrete . There are three sister corporations . Arizona licensed Shiver Southwest LLC and New Mexico based GaleForce Constructors boast the same resume as Shiver Construction Company. S & S Aggregates, Inc is a producer of mined materials such as sand , gravel, road base , plant mix , ballast and decorative rock.
The past three years has found Shiver Construction Company under varied government contracting projects in New Mexico , Utah , Texas , Virginia and Nevada. Contracts are in negotiation for Georgia, Alabama and Colorado.
Setting Steel at Bldg 3001 TAFB
In Loving Memory
James B Shiver Sr. "Jim"
November 6th, 1936 - July 7th, 2013
Shiver Construction Company carries a resume experienced in environmental remediation and construction projects, familiar with Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) best management practices, knowledgeable in site restoration practices, and experienced in all heavy equipment operations.
Training—40‑Hour HAZWOPER; Radiological Worker II; New Mexico Crane Operator Certification; and New Mexico Hoisting and Rigging Certification ; Fall Protection ; Aerial Lift , Confined Spaces.