U.S. Department of Interior (Buy Indian Act), HubZone, City & County of Denver MBE/SBE/DBE, Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD) SBE
Iron Woman Construction and Environmental Services (Iron Woman) is a Native American-owned, asset-based company with more than 100 employees and a proven track record of success. Founded in 1999 with the redevelopment of the Stapleton International Airport, Iron Woman has grown to provide: environmental consulting and remediation; solid and hazardous waste transportation; mainline water, wastewater and stormwater utility installation; and civil construction (site development services). Our overarching business principle is our commitment to customer service. Iron Woman works collaboratively with our strategic partners to ensure high quality, comprehensive solutions to our customers’ most complex problems. Our horizontal construction and environmental expertise, as well as our large inventory of heavy equipment, enables us to provide highly competitive pricing.
Iron Woman works closely with private and commercial sector clients, including numerous municipal, state, and federal agencies, to successfully complete over $200 million in utility, environmental remediation and restoration, and construction-transportation projects throughout the Denver metropolitan area and across the western United States.
Environmental Services – Environmental assessment, engineering and design, and remediation
Trucking – Trucking and transportation services, including transportation of special and hazardous waste
Utilities – Nine mainline crews specializing in sanitary sewer, storm sewer, water utilities, and utility taps and repairs
Civil – Excavation, grading, asphalt, concrete, and site development services
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