Keeley Construction is a leading provider of wastewater construction services. Our team of dedicated professionals offers a full range of wastewater construction services including pile driving, the installation of storage tanks, booster pump stations, and more. We specialize in wastewater construction, from full-scale projects to smaller maintenance tasks. Our team is highly experienced and knowledgeable in the latest industry technologies and trends. We strive to provide the best possible construction services for our customers.
Proper installation of aeration equipment is crucial for effective treatment of wastewater or other liquids. Our team of experienced professionals are experts in deliving quality aeriation equipment installation.
Wastewater construction services encompass a wide range of activities such as planning, designing, constructing, and maintaining wastewater treatment plants, pumping stations, storage tanks, and pipelines. These services play a critical role in ensuring public health and environmental protection by managing and treating wastewater effectively and efficiently.
Wastewater pump station installations require careful planning and design to ensure reliable and efficient operation. Our team delivers to ensure successful installation and long-term performance.
Our craftspeople are experts in site preparation and wastewater storage tank installation and ensure proper storage installation so that the wastewater disposal in our communities is effective and safe.
We have vast experience in pile fdriving for our partners and clients to ensure the stability and durability of the structures for wastewater construction services and underground utility construction
Improvements to existing wastewater and water treatment facilities throughout multiples states.
Keeley Construction Civil Infrastructure Team was selected by the City of Brentwood to help mitigate future flooding that has affected the area for decades by creating a floodplain.
Keeley Construction was enlisted by Tower Grove Park to expose a natural stream that had run underground for more than 100 years, revitalizing the park.