Over 20 years of experience has prepared Hutchens Construction Company to efficiently and safely meet the demands of any state DOT project. Our state DOT project experience ranges in scope from small maintenance overlays to milling of existing pavement and installing new pavement surfaces. HCC’s capabilities also extend to installing full-depth pavement structures on both new and relocated roadways.
Our cost competitive pricing has allowed us to complete asphalt paving on many high-profile projects for the Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma Departments of Transportation. Projects include the recently completed section of Hwy 412 near Huntsville, Arkansas and a section of Hwy 62 currently being constructed between Avoca and Garfield, Arkansas. New full-depth asphalt was placed and an existing portion of the highway was overlaid to rehabilitate the old pavement.
HCC operates as prime contractor on state DOT projects and also provides paving services as a sub-contractor. Regardless of our role we consistently uphold our commitment to quality that has been the foundation of HCC business since inception.
For HCC availability and bid information in Missouri please contact Gary Allen. For Arkansas contact Ron Reynolds. We’ll provide a competitive bid that fits your schedule.
Road and Bridges Magazine recently published an article about the Highway 62 work that we completed. Check it out! Brian Pickett and Kayla Ragsdale with Hutchens Construction accepting a Quality in Construction Award from the National Asphalt Pavement Association…View More
Hutchens Construction recently completed a 2” Surface Overlay on Highway 62 North near Eureka Springs, AR for the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department. This stretch of road winds through some of the most scenic areas in Northern Arkansas and after…View More
Hutchens Construction recently completed paving on Highway 62 between Avoca and Garfield, Arkansas working as a sub-contractor to Nabholz Construction. This project, completed for the Arkansas Highway & Transportation Department, consisted of relocating selected sections and widening the existing…View More