Fargo-Moorhead Area Diversion Project

Park Construction is a proud partner of the Fargo-Moorhead Area Diversion Project, a groundbreaking endeavor designed to establish enduring flood protection for the Fargo-Moorhead-West Fargo metro area. Engineered to withstand a 100-year flood and provide resilience for a 500-year flood, this project acts as a formidable shield, safeguarding the homes and infrastructure of over 235,000 residents. The anticipated outcome is not only the protection of lives and properties but also the potential savings of billions in disaster recovery funds for American taxpayers.

Chaska Town Golf Course Cart Path Construction

The Chaska Town Course is considered one of the best public courses in Minnesota. It has been recognized as a Top 25 Municipal Course in the USA by Golfweek and was rated as a Top 10 Golf Course in Minnesota by Golf Digest. This beautiful course sprawls over 285 acres dotted with oak groves, open prairie and picturesque wetlands. Park Construction was selected to complete a full reconstruction of the paved golf cart paths on Holes 1 through 10.

Drayton Dam

Park Construction completed the Drayton Dam Replacement project on the Red River of the North in northeast North Dakota. This 2-year project is part of the larger Fargo Moorhead Flood Protection Project and is aimed at improving biotic connectivity through construction of a rock fish passageway.


Park Construction is provided concrete services on Project LIBERTY, which is a groundbreaking biorefinery in Iowa. Project LIBERTY represents a leap forward in sustainable technology, utilizing a cutting-edge biological process to transform post-harvest corn stover (cobs, leaves, husks, and stalks) into the revolutionary biofuel known as cellulosic ethanol.

County Highway 14 & 24

Our team has been hard at work on the County Highway 14 & 24 Improvement Project near Stillwater, Minnesota. This project will improve traffic flow and road safety for everyone in the community. Our work includes earthwork, grading, paving, railroad crossing upgrades, utilities, and preparing the intersection for a traffic signal installation.

County Road 32 Project

The County Road 32 project is one piece of the larger Fargo-Moorhead Area Diversion Project. The main goal of that project is to construct a diversion channel, approximately 30-miles in length, around the western side of Fargo for flood protection. The proposed channel travels directly through the intersection of 168th Street and County Road 32, so this intersection needed to be reconfigured to tie in further to the west, along with the creation of a new bridge.