Your Full-Service Partner For Maximizing Project Value
Since the early 2000s, our team has been performing projects for pump stations, water and wastewater treatment plants throughout Michigan. Our involvement has leveraged a strong background in the areas of installation and maintenance for various process equipment.
With an in-house team of professionals, our self-perform capabilities creates a comprehensive team and provides responsive services to the market. Our teams have experience completing new equipment installation and general facility maintenance including:
- Installation of Sluice Gates
- Installation of Transformers & Switchgears
- Installation of Process Equipment
- Motor, Bearing & Pump Repairs & Overhauls
- Belt Repairs & Replacements
From new pumps, motors & bearings to complete process conveyors, our team of millwrights, riggers & ironworkers can install a single piece of machinery or a complete system. With a fleet of equipment and specialty tools, we offer over 20 years of experience performing comprehensive installation services.
Emergency Repairs & Maintenance
Maintenance and repairs are inevitable during the lifecycle of any major facility. Whether during a scheduled shutdown or after a catastrophic failure, turn to our self-performing team with company owned equipment and specialized tools for your emergency repairs. Our industrial maintenance team has over 20 years of experience working on a wide range of processing equipment. We offer 24/7 emergency assistance 365 days out of the year.
Examples of Wastewater Solutions
At CCI, we strive to offer the best value for our customers. We welcome the challenges inherent in specialty installation and maintenance support. When Michigan’s Great Lakes Water Authority contacted CCI to remove and replace multiple pump bearings at their wastewater treatment plant in Detroit, CCI didn’t hesitate to tackle the complex project. We served as the precision millwright contractor providing removal, inspections, installation, precision alignment & startup services. The project team was able to return the pumps to service adhering to the precise tolerances that were critical to the success of this project.