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Oftedal Fall 2015 Newsletter

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Oftedal Constructions celebrates 50 years

Oftedal Construction, Inc. celebrated the first of two 50 year anniversary events on September 25, 2014. Approximately 100 employees (present & retired), past and present business partners, vendors and friends gathered at the Miles City shop for the historic event. Read Article »

Oftedal Construction, Inc. wins Prestigious Alliant Build America Award for Best Renovation of a Highway and Transportation Project

Oftedal Construction, Inc. was honored in March of 2014 by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGCA) for completing the Togwotee Trail Project. Read Article »

2012 Contractor of the Year Award

Oftedal Construction, based in Casper, WY, received the prestigious "Contractor of the Year" award from the Wyoming Contractors Association at the annual convention. Read Article »

The Togwotee Trail to Yellowstone

Wet and cold weather on Oct. 16 may have required a change in logistics, but it did not dampen spirits for a celebration of the completion of seven years of reconstruction work on US 26-287, the "Togwotee Trail to Yellowstone," west of Dubois. Read Article »

Rockin' and Rollin' for Safety
Bruce Burrows

US 16 in the Big Horn Mountains of northern Wyoming is rated by many as one of Wyoming’s most scenic highways. En route from Buffalo to Worland, the route traverses a number of thickly forested drainages before approaching tree line at 9,666-foot Powder River Pass. Read Article »

Landfill Liner Stops Environmental Damage
Daniel Sandoval, KTWO Radio, January 9, 2012

There was a ribbon cutting for a new storage cell at the landfill in Casper Friday. Cindie Langston, solid waste manager for the city, says the thing to celebrate about this 14-acre, 3.5 million-dollar hole in the ground is that it’s lined. Read Article »

Oftedal Construction Finishes Third Project in Wyoming’s Sybille Canyon

WY 34 / Sybille Canyon in Albany County, Wyoming has been the site of three complete reconstruction projects over the last twelve years. Oftedal Construction operated out of its Casper, Wyo., office to lead all three Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) projects, covering 20 mi. (32 km) between Wheatland and Laramie. Read Article »

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