Submitted by cwmyers on Fri, 05/13/2016 - 12:29
AGC of California recognized Myers and Sons Construction for our participation in Safety Week. The intro reads: Throughout this week, several AGC member companies held safety stand-downs and conducted safety trainings covering fall protection awareness, confined space entry, vehicle and equipment safety, ladder safety, and active shooter training. Project teams, like Myers & Sons Construction pictured at the 101 Freeway Project from Hollywood to Calabasas, kicked off their Safety Week with food, prizes, and an open forum safety meeting.
Submitted by cwmyers on Wed, 09/02/2015 - 13:56
Myers and Sons Construction is a finalist on three AGC of California Safety Excellence Awards! Construction Safety Excellence Award in Heavy/Civil/Highway Division. Individual Safety Effort of a Project Superintendent - Charlie Nicholson. Unique Safety Award for LAWA Second Level Roadway Project.
Submitted by cwmyers on Tue, 08/04/2015 - 22:31
Myers and Sons Construction was been awarded two subcontracts to work on the Pulaski Skyway by China Construction America (CCA). These contracts are two seasons long and Myers and Sons Construction will place a Polyester Concrete Overlay on the Pulaski Bridge. Myers and Sons Construction is very excited to return to the East Coast and work on such a famous bridge.
Submitted by cwmyers on Wed, 07/29/2015 - 16:59
Myers and Sons Construction has been awarded eight contracts recently:
City of Sacramento Riverfront Reconnection – Phase 1: This bridge project will help connect Old Sacramento and the Sacramento River to Downtown Sacramento.
PG&E Dirk Road Bridge Replacement: This project replaces a bridge that leads to a power plant and must be completed in a short amount of time. This is Myers and Sons Construction’s first project with PG&E and we are very excited to start a relationship with one of California’s great utility companies.
Submitted by cwmyers on Mon, 06/15/2015 - 11:15
Myers and Sons Construction parent company Sterling Construction Company, Inc. earned the 18th spot on The Top 50 Domestic Heavy Contractors list and the 19th spot in The Top 20 Contractors by Sector for Transportation. Sterling also ranks overall as number 100 on The Top 400 List.
Submitted by cwmyers on Mon, 06/08/2015 - 08:46
CC Myers was honored by the Boy Scouts of America for his involvement in the community. Over 400 people gathered to honor him at the annual PUSH dinner put on by the Golden Empire of Boy Scouts. Below is a link to a video tribute presented at the dinner.
Submitted by cwmyers on Wed, 06/03/2015 - 10:46
Myers and Sons Construction is proud to announce the award of seven contracts. Myers and Sons Construction is excited to work for these four clients as we continue to deliver projects of high quality with a commitment to client satisfaction.
Myers & Sons Construction, LP was awarded CDOT I-225 S. Denver Co.
Myers & Sons Construction, LP was awarded Caltrans contract number 06-432604 bridge replacement project in Fresno County
Submitted by scc-admin on Thu, 04/02/2015 - 10:29
AGC of California honored top projects, companies and individuals in the California construction industry during its prestigious annual 2014 Awards banquet held at Disney’s Grand Californian in Anaheim on June 7, 2014. The prestigious black tie event, the “Oscars” evening for the construction industry, was attended by more than 250 people from top construction firms throughout the state.
Submitted by scc-admin on Thu, 04/02/2015 - 10:27
With the roar traffic from the newly opened Fix50 in the background, state, city and construction officials thanked each other Thursday for the completion of the big paving project on Highway 50.“That awful noise behind me is the sound of success,” said Jerry Way, Sacramento Public Works Department chief. After nearly two months of work, all lanes were open shortly after 5 a.m. Thursday on the elevated portion of the highway that runs between W and X street from 18th to 24th streets.
Submitted by scc-admin on Thu, 04/02/2015 - 10:25
C.C. Myers built three companies — not to mention a legacy — by being ahead of his time. At 16 he lied about his age to become an apprentice carpenter in Compton. He became a foreman by 19. After the “old goats” under him complained, Myers took the test to become a certified foreman at 20. That launched a six-decade career in construction, with a focus on infrastructure work. Myers, now 76, has built some of California’s most heavily used structures — and built a reputation for doing it quickly.