INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR TODAY’S POWER GENERATION MARKETs
We’re helping clients address the challenges of today’s energy landscape, providing solutions-focused expertise for all facets of the power market, including renewable energy generation and emerging technologies.
OUTCOME CERTAINTY FOR THE OIL, GAS, & CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
TIC provides full-project-delivery services for facilities of all sizes and complexities — from traditional oil and gas markets to low-carbon alternatives and renewable fuels.
CUSTOMIZABLE SOLUTIONS FOR TODAY’S INDUSTRIAL MARKETS
TIC offers full-project-delivery expertise and solutions that span project development and execution, from feasibility to construction and commissioning, for a variety of markets.
SELF-PERFORMED MARINE PROJECTS
Using our own equipment and in-house fabrication facility, we maintain control over critical scopes, driving greater cost and schedule certainty for marine projects of all types.
POWERED BY PEOPLE
Above all, TIC is a people company. We believe in providing opportunities and resources for our people and recognize that developing, training and retaining qualified craft, supervision and management is integral to providing our clients with world-class construction services and dependable performance.
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In 1974, Ron McKenzie and 20 other partners pulled together $200,000 and bought Colorado Macco’s company leases and backlog to form TIC – The Industrial Company.
During the 1970s, TIC completed work on commercial buildings and water district projects. These projects paved the way for entry into the industrial markets of coal, dragline work and uranium.
Digging into minerals in the 1980s allowed TIC to complete its first one million man-hour project. Thompson Creek, a 25,000-ton-per-day molybdenum mine in Challis, Idaho, was TIC’s largest project at that time.
In 1992, TIC completed its first EPC (engineer-procure-construct) contract. The Brady Geothermal Plant, located in Fernley, Nevada, set the stage for TIC’s future of providing clients with turnkey facilities.
In 1999, TIC built the longest single-flight conveyor system in the world in Empire, Colorado. The train haul system stretches 9.5 miles underground through the Rocky Mountains.
By the mid-2000s, TIC became the contractor of choice, installing 141 GE aeroderivative gas turbines. With 800 installed LM6000s worldwide, TIC has been involved with 20 percent of these installations.