Who We Are
We are an American construction leader with specialties in heavy civil, commercial, waterworks, and materials.
We are dedicated to meeting the infrastructure needs of our clients and our community safely and intelligently.
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Our mission is to develop solutions that exceed satisfaction, maximize shareholder value, foster the professional development of our crewmembers, and have a positive impact in our community. Always at the forefront of every project we embark on, is our commitment to quality, safety, sustainability and the satisfaction of our clients.
Our Commitment to Sustainability
Our history dates back to 1963 when Wayne Webber and Earl Champagne founded Champagne-Webber Inc. in Michigan.
During this time, our primary business line was the construction of highways and bridges and in the late 70’s, we relocated to Houston, Texas, where we won the Texas Department of Transportation project.
In the early 90’s, our name changed to W.W Webber, Inc. after Mr. Wayne’s acquisition of Earl Champagnes’ holdings. Soon after, Southern Crushed Concrete (SCC) was born.
In 2005, Ferrovial, one of the world’s leading infrastructure operators and municipal services companies acquired W.W. Webber, Inc. In 2009, we were awarded together with its sister companies: Ferrovial Agroman U.S. and Cintra, close to $5 billion in Public Private Partnership projects in the Dallas and Fox Worth areas; including the finance, design, construction, operation and maintenance of the managed lanes on 3 major freeways.
From 2010 to 2017, our name changed to Webber, LLC as we began our expansion into new markets. In 2011, we were awarded our first design-build project as managing partner on a $200 million toll road in Austin, Texas. In 2016, we acquired Pepper Lawson Commercial & Pepper Lawson Waterworks which was re-branded one year later to Webber Commercial & PLW Waterworks.
During the next two years, Webber´s Heavy Civil Division won its first hard bid projects in Arkansas and Oklahoma, as well as two others: $279 million IH 10 and $341 million IH 35 reconstruction projects.
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