2012 - University of Houston Transformation

2014 - University of Houston -  New utilities for basketball facilities

2009 -  Relocation of existing utilities in the North and South East corridors for Light Rail expansion

2014 - Hobby Airport – Utility relocation for Terminal Loop Road for new parking garage and new utility lines for satellite utility plant

2011 - West Tech Center – Utility Demolition

2009 - Hike and Bike Trail, Memorial Dr. – utility relocation

2010 - City of Houston Central Permitting Office – new utility construction

We provide installation services for all of the Houston-metropolitan area

2015 - MD Anderson Bates St – new water line for Clark lobby

2008 - Block 93 Mainplace

2015 - Bush Intercontinental Airport – Terminal C demolition and expansion of utilities for United Airlines

2007 - Woman's Hospital of Texas – New Utilities for expansion

2013 - Port of Houston – New utilities for staging yard

Our clients have hired us to be part of some of largest projects in the city of Houston.  Working with well-known contractors, we have helped build airports, hospitals, student-housing facilities, sports facilities, hiking and biking trails, office buildings, rail lines, parking garages, mass transit systems, and roadway infrastructure.

2008 - Guadalupe Regional Medical Center, Seguin – New utilities for hospital expansion 

2008 - MD Anderson Advanced Center for Targeted Therapy – new utility construction 

2008 - Harris County 911 facility – new utilities

2012 - Houston Belt and Transit heavy rail line utility relocation for the Hardy Toll Road to Downtown line

C.L. VICK CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC.                  2008 - Nasa Johsnson Space Center – 5 miles of natural gas pipeline  

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2014 - MD Anderson Bates St. – New storm sewer

2015 - McCarthy Metro Light Rail - East Line Harrisburg overpass utility relocation

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2012 - MD Anderson Pawnee St. – new utilities for roadway

2014 - Texas A&M College Station – New utilities for new student housing

2008 - Texas A&M Galveston – utilities for new science building

2012 - Force Main Utility Demolition

2007 - Sugar Land Methodist Hospital – ½ mile of 9’x10’ reinforced concrete box storm sewer 


2011 - University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston – Infrastructure repair from damage from Hurricane Ike