Ames has worked on some of the largest intermodal facilities in the country, providing turnkey construction solutions that strengthen supply chains and fuel the economy.

We’ve constructed new working tracks, performed utility relocations, added and reconfigured terminal infrastructure, and installed electrical and communication systems, all while working alongside live rail and coordinating with local jurisdictions on at-grade crossings. Through our expertise in alternative delivery methods such as design-build and CMAR (Construction Management-at-Risk), we’re able to work closely with owners in the early stages of a project, providing constructability reviews, cost estimates, schedule evaluations, and value engineering.

Alliance Intermodal CMGC

Added 8 miles of new track at an intermodal facility in Haslet, Texas.

CSX Fairburn Intermodal

Expanded an intermodal facility in Fairburn, Georgia, using CMAR delivery method.

Mesquite Intermodal Expansion

Constructed a 105,000-square-yard addition to an intermodal facility near Dallas, Texas.

Strauss Fueling Yard

Performed construction to support expanded operations at a rail facility in Santa Theresa, New Mexico.

Memphis Intermodal Expansion

Performed expansion to increase efficiency and reduce emissions at a Tennessee intermodal facility.