Hasse Contracting Co. Inc has completed over 500 jobs since its beginnings in the late 1970’s. Currently, HCCI has numerous jobs throughout the state of New Mexico. All the jobs range from minor maintenance jobs to more major sub-contractor jobs. Though mainly a sub-contractor presently, HCCI has been prime contractor on jobs in the past and will continue to bid jobs as prime if the job suits the company. Please browse our showcase of jobs, both past and present.
Silver City 1.6 MW Solar Project
The Silver City Solar Project is located adjacent to the Waste Water Treatment Plant. Hasse Contracting's scope of work included the installation of 264 W8x13 piles driven 11' below grade.
Flying Diamond Ranch:
During the end of the summer of 2006, Hasse Contracting began work on a private ranch near Pecos, NM. The first phase of the project was a small single span bridge spanning Cow Creek. An old rail road car was placed on concrete abutments and finished with wood planks to complete the deck. Refurbished guard rail complete the bridge. The second phase included a much larger two span bridge measuring a total length of 143 feet over the Pecos River. The concrete deck is complemented with unique refurbished Warren Trusses at both spans and a sheet pile abutment.
A FEMA funded project to protect two land owners from flash floods along the Rio Mimbres. Hasse Contracting Co. Inc. placed two sheet pile walls to redirect flash flood waters from washing away the property and possibly private residences. The sheet pile wall consisted of light gage steels sheets. One wall consisted of 18 foot piles spanning 400 feet of river bank. On the opposite bank another wall of 12 foot piles spanning 450 feet were placed to provide protection to another home site.