September 23, 2017 3:40 PM ET

Construction and Engineering

Company Overview of Alltech Engineering Corp.

Company Overview

Alltech Engineering Corp., an industrial contractor, provides millwright and machinery installation services. Its services include rigging and erecting, machinery moving and installation, conveyor fabrication and erection, steel fabrication and erection, bridge cranes and monorails, precision optical alignment, industrial general construction, emergency repair services, machinery and equipment, and maintenance and repair. The company was incorporated in 1973 and is based in Mendota Heights, Minnesota with an additional office in Arlington, Texas.

2515 Pilot Knob Road

Mendota Heights, MN 55120-1135

United States

Founded in 1973

Phone:

651-452-7893

Fax:

651-452-5592

Key Executives for Alltech Engineering Corp.

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Alltech Engineering Corp. Key Developments

Alltech Engineering Corp. Wins $1.34 Million Contract

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District, has announced the award of two contracts at Tuttle Creek Lake in Riley County, Kansas. The one of the contract award is to Alltech Engineering Corp., Saint Paul, Minnesota on July 17, 2017 for the rehabilitation of Service Gates 3 and 4 in the amount of $1.34 million. Service Gates 3 & 4 Rehabilitation Project: All routine water releases from Tuttle Creek Dam are conveyed through the control tower in the lake near the west end of the dam. This project will repair and rehabilitate two of the four gates used for routine releases, as well as paint embedded steel liners in the vicinity of the gates. The project limits are confined primarily to the control tower and stilling basin, with minimal traffic and access impacts to the public during construction. Construction activities of this project are expected to take 18-20 months.

Alltech Engineering Corp. Wins $1.34 Million Federal Contract

Alltech Engineering Corp. won a $1,343,300 federal contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the repair of wheel rims for gates 3 and 4 at the Tuttle Creek Lake. The place of performance will be in Manhattan, Kansas.

Alltech Engineering Corp. Wins $2.13 Million Federal Contract

Alltech Engineering Corp., St. Paul, Minnesota, won a $2,129,000 federal contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the replacement of emergency gate hoist wire ropes at Fort Peck Dam in Montana.

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