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Intech Awarded Huey P. Long Bridge Painting Project

Intech has been awarded a $19.8 million contract by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development for painting the railroad through truss portions of the Huey P. Long Bridge near New Orleans, LA. Opened in 1935 and widened in 2013, the bridge carries US 90 and railroad over the Mississippi River. The highway portions of the truss were painted under a previous contract.

Intech Featured in Journal of Protective Coatings and Linings

Intech has been featured in the March 2016 bonus issue of the Journal of Protective Coatings and Linings. The company was listed in the "Market Drivers: The Top Players in 2015 Infrastructure Coating," ranking third in Most Painting Money Awarded for bridge structure projects in 2015. Intech's Crescent City Connection project in New Orleans was also named the #2 coating contract of 2015.

The full digital issue can be viewed here: http://www.paintsquare.com/jpcldigital/201603-Bonus/

Intech Awarded Contracts For Emergency Repairs On Two Kentucky Bridges

(News Release Courtesy of KYTC) FRANKFORT, Ky. (Nov. 30, 2015) – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has awarded contracts for emergency repairs on two well-used bridges in central Kentucky – the historic “Singing Bridge” in downtown Frankfort and the Kennedy Mill Bridge on Lake Herrington, which carries KY 152 between Mercer and Garrard counties.

Intech Ranked in ENR Top Specialty Contractors Lists

Intech has earned a spot in Engineering News Record's annual Top 600 Specialty Contractors list. Published annually, the list ranks specialty contractors nationwide according to the previous year's revenue.

For the 2015 edition, Intech ranked:

  • #386 overall
  • #13 in painting

In addition, Intech was also named to ENR's Texas & Louisiana Region Specialty Contractors list:

Intech Awarded Crescent City Connection (GNO2) Bridge Painting Contract

Intech has been awarded a $17.7 million contract by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development for painting and repair work on the US 90 Eastbound Crescent City Connection (GNO 2) Bridge. Opened in 1988, the bridge is one of the longest cantilever bridges in the world, along with it's older Westbound twin. It is the closest highway crossing to the mouth of the Mississippi River and carries four lanes of US 90 traffic as well as two alternating-direction HOV lanes.

Green River Project Highlighted by Seattle Area Media Outlets

Intech's ongoing project to paint the SR 18 Green River (Neeley) Bridge in Auburn, WA has been highlighted by Seattle area media outlets and the Washington State DOT

University of Kentucky College of Engineering Dedicates David & Margaret Houchin Intech Contracting Construction Management Lab

Inside the Houchin Construction Management Lab

On Thursday, June 25, 2015, the University of Kentucky College of Engineering dedicated the David & Margaret Houchin Intech Contracting Construction Management Lab along with three other teaching and laboratory spaces. The spaces will be used by the college’s Department of Civil Engineering.

“Outstanding facilities breed creativity and collaboration,” said John Walz, dean of the UK College of Engineering. “They are critical for attracting the best faculty and students to our program, as well as allowing our faculty, staff and students to achieve their fullest potential.”

Upcoming Project Featured in Bowling Green Daily News

The Bowling Green (KY) Daily News recently featured an upcoming Intech project. Click the link below to go directly to the story.


Intech Awarded Green River Bridge Painting Project

Intech has been awarded a $1.5 Million contract by the Washington State Department of Transportation to paint the Neeley Bridge over the Green River near Auburn, WA. Work is scheduled to begin in late Spring of 2015.

Intech Awarded Wind River Bridge Painting Project

Intech has been awarded a $4.8 Million contract by the Skamania County, WA Department of Public Works to paint two bridges over the Wind River near Carson, WA. The largest of the two, the Conrad Lundy Bridge, is a 600-foot-long deck truss bridge over the river gorge with a 250-foot center tower and was built in 1957. The smaller bridge, the Moore Bridge, is located entirely within the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, north of the Lundy Bridge. Work is scheduled to begin in the Spring of 2015.


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  • Intech has shown their firm to be more than capable of handling the varying tasks of a complicated bridge painting project without fail...I was very impressed with Intech's employees professionalism and dedication to the project.

  • I'm impressed with this paint job. My appreciation to [the project superintendent], his crew and the project office staff.

  • I have always been very pleased with the services provided by Intech. Their staff is courteous, honest, friendly, and always eager to do a good job...Intech works hard to provide a safe working environment for our inspectors.

  • [Intech's] work has been of the highest quality and was completed at a very rapid pace. The management team and project personnel have been very cooperative and easy to work with.

  • Intech was extremely helpful...We have been impressed with the capabilities and flexibility of Intech to support us in both small and large projects.

  • At all times I found Intech to be knowledgeable, professional, and extremely competent.