Founded in 1976 as a residential & light commercial contractor, Moyle has grown into one of the largest commercial contractors in Michiganâ€™s Upper Peninsula providing construction & development services to northern Michigan and northern Wisconsin.
Project: Taco Bell Renovation - Iron Mountain
Upper Peninsula Power Company required erosion control and upgrades to its recreational site at Bond Falls Flowage. Moyle Construction was hired to perform shoreline stabilization at several locations, installation of two boat landings, staking of live trees, and the building of eight sets of wooden steps from water elevation to higher ground to assist in prevention of further erosion.
Project: Jimmy John's Houghton
Project: Hills Creek Restoration - Site 1
Project: Gogebic Community College Buildout
Project: mBank - Escanaba
mBank contracted Moyle to construct their new bank in Escanaba. Moyle completed the project in less than 4 months.
The Houghton Housing Commission immediately contacted Moyle Construction when its apartment complex was destroyed by a fire. Moyle performed disaster control and remediated the damages so the building could be renovated back to new condition. For more information see the below link:
Project: Bellin Health Escanaba
Pleased with the quality work on its Iron Mountain Clinic, Bellin Health quickly hired Moyle Construction to complete renovations on the Escanaba Clinic as well.
Project: Victoria Dam Site Improvements
UPPCO contracted with Moyle construction to build a 2.5 mile road through the Ottawa National Forest to access the south side of its Victoria Dam Impoundment. Moyle's experience in dealing with the harsh northern Upper Peninsula of Michigan winters played a large role in the project, as it was required to be completed between the months of December and May.
Project: Taco Bell Renovations - Houghton
Schick Enterprises contacted Moyle Construction when it realized the need for and renovating updating its Houghton, Michigan resturaunt. Moyle took the project from conceptulization to completion, all while keeping the business operational.
Project: Boney Falls Embankment Improvement
UPPCO contracted Moyle Construction to rebuild both the East and West embankments at their Boney Falls power generating reservoir. Work consisted of approximately 90,000 cubic yards of mass excavation and grading, concrete core wall repairs, and pressurized bedrock grouting. Moyle produced the rip rap needed for the mile long East embankment on-site utilizing their mobile crushing equipment. Temporary structural steel bracing was also required to support the existing concrete core wall during construction.