Older Projects

Pinnacle Hill Parkway/Horsebarn Road Bridge Project - AHTD

This $4.9 Million project involved widening Pinnacle Hills Parkway/Horsebarn Road from 2 to 5 lanes for over 1/2 mile and the construction of a bridge in Rogers, Arkansas.

River Rail Street Car Project Phase II - Central Arkansas Transit Authority
Mobley completed the $5.78 Million Construction project of the River Rail Streetcar Extension Project-Phase II in Little Rock, Arkansas. The .9 mile extension of track links the William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library and Heifer International to the existing track in Little Rock and North Little Rock.
White River Hydroelectric Power Project - Batesville, AR
The project consisted of the complex construction and start up of three turbine hydroelectric power generating plants on the White River. The power plants were built and installed within existing lock and dams on the river that were constructed in the early 1900s.
I-430 and Shackleford Bridge Extension Project
This schedule driven project consisted of extending additional lanes on an existing bridge and interstate ramps crossing a double three lane interstate (I-430) in Little Rock, Arkansas. The project was successfully completed to meet the developers schedule and accommodate for the opening of the 97 acre West Little Rock's Shackleford
Crossing Mall.
Central Arkansas Transit Authority(CATA)
$12 Million-Construction of an electric street car system. The project consisted of installing an Overhead Contact System (OCS) and rail in the downtowns of Little Rock and North Little Rock, Arkansas. The River Rail project is bringing back the historic street car trolley connecting major city attractions.
Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. (AHTD)
AHTD-Culberhouse St-Hwy 49 ( Jonesboro , Arkansas)
$6.1 Million- Widening of 2.7 miles of Hwy 63B in Jonesboro , Arkansas . The project consist of base and surface courses, drainage, realignment of RR Crossing, traffic signal equipment, and erosion control.
AHTD-Cossatot River and Relief STRS.
$5.2 Million-Construction of a composite W-Beam Spans Bridge and composite plate girder spans bridge on Hwy 71 crossing the Cossatot River East of DeQueen, Arkansas .
AHTD-Hwy 67-East STRS. And APPRS
$3.9 Million-Replacing (4) existing bridge structures and approaches on 1.1 miles of Hwy 226, NW of Tuckerman, Arkansas .
AHTD-Hwy 63-Culberhouse St. ( Jonesboro , Arkansas) $8.7 Million-Widening of 3.5 miles of Hwy 63B in Jonesboro , Arkansas . The project consists of base and surface courses, (2) W Beam Bridges, (1) Precast Box culvert.
AHTD-Alcoa Rd Interchange (Benton, Arkansas)
$5.0 Million-Upgrade Alcoa Interchange with improved ramp alignments and the construction of a new continuous steel plate girder bridge over I-30 west of Benton, Arkansas .
AHTD-Davis Tr.-Willow ST . (Searcy, Arkansas)
$2.4 Million-Widening 1.1 miles fo Hwy 67 B in Searcy , AR. The project consists of grading, base/surface courses, triple box culverts, traffic signal equipment, and erosion control.
AHTD-Maple St.-Hwy 112 S. ( Fayetteville, Arkansas)$1.8 Million-Widen of Hwy 112 in Fayetteville, Ar. The project consists of grading, drainage, base/surface courses, traffic signal equipment, and erosion control.
AHTD-Illionois Bayou STR. And APPRS. (NW of Dover, Arkansas)
$2.6 Million-Construction of W- Beam Spans Bridges over the Illinois Bayou NW of Dover, Arkansas.
AHTD-Lamar-Pope Co. Line (W of Russellville, Arkansas)
$7.1 Million-Construction of (3) Bridges over Piney Creek, Lamar, and Hwy 359 on I-40 west of Russellville , Arkansas .
AHTD-Sevier St.-West of Alcoa Rd (Benton, Arkansas)
$3.8 Million-Construction of (2) Steel Plate Girder Bridges over I-30 West of Benton, Arkansas.


Chemical Demilitarization Support Facility - US Army Corps of Engineer
$3.4 million demolition project at the Pine Bluff Arsenal located in Pine Bluff , Arkansas . The project consisted of demolition of pumps, gas lines, water lines, water tanks, and miscellaneous buildings.


Curtis Revetment, Red River Waterway, Bosier Parish, Louisanna
US Army Corps of Engineers
$5.1 million construction of over 4,800 LF of stonefill revetment, 4,100 LF of pile revetment and dike, and 2550 LF of stonefill dikes.


Gurley Pit Superfund Site, Edmondson , Arkansas
US Army Corps of Engineers
$6.5 million EPA Superfund site cleanup near Edmondson , Arkansas . The project involved: the remediation of sludge containing oils, metals, and PCBs; the construction of a RCRA landfill; Solidification and placement of 20,000 cubic yards of material with the containment cell; On-site water treatment of surface water; and off-site incineration of recovered oils.

Mobley Contractors, Inc. received the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Southwestern Division Construction Contractor of the year Award for the Civil Works Program.


Water Treatment Plant Expansion, Benton , Arkansas
City of Benton , Arkansas
$4.1 million construction of a clarifier treating unit, chemical filter building, pumping stations, waste water basin, carbon feeder building and the installation of raw water meter associated with the existing water treatment plant.


River Rail Project - CATA

Central Arkansas Transit Authority (CATA)

Mobley Contractors performed a $12 Million contract for the Central Arkansas Transit Authority (CATA) to construct an Electric Trolley Rail System to bring back the River Rail Historic Street Car to Little Rock. The electric streetcar system was installed via the River Rail Historic Street Car Project. The electric streetcar system was installed on existing right-of-ways connecting the Verizon Arena, The River Market District and the State House Convention Center in Little Rock and communities of North Little Rock and Pulaski County. The streetcar route uses the Main Street Bridge to connect the two cities. This project allows streetcars to once again rumble over tracks in the downtowns of Little Rock and North Little Rock. The trolleys operate on approximately 2 miles of new track utilizing an overhead contact system (OCS).

Mobley received an award from Central Arkansas Transit: "For Excellence in Construction".

Eufaula Dam - USACE

Eufaula Lake-Penstock and Spillway Bridge Repairs

Eufaula Lake, Oklahoma


Mobley Contractors, Inc. in the role of prime contractor furnished all materials, labor, supervision,tools and equipment needed to complete the work on the above project.  Mobley personnel performed all quality control and on site safety. The basis of the job was to perform rehabilitation to three each, 22' diameter penstocks inside Eufaula Dam. The penstocks were sandblasted, repainted and all coupling parts were replaced in order to assure a leak proof joint. This work involved movement of the expansion coupling by use of jacks so that the underneath surface would have a quality paint job and the new gaskets would have a proper sealing surface. Lead Abatement was performed and all work was completed without an accident. 

Rehab to the bridge deck over the dam was also performed. Spalls and bugholes in the roadway were replaced with an approved grout. Each expansion joint and fixed joint were modified and resealed. After completion of all deck rehab, a water repelling agent was applied to help prevent any further deterioration in the roadway. A roadway emergency bulkhead hatch cover was also replaced. 

Sound Barrier Wall - AHTD

I-40 Noise Barrier Wall

Pulaski County, AR


The purpose of this project was to build 3154.91 feet of noise barrier wall on the North side of I-40, West of the Macarthur Drive exit in North Little Rock.  The prpject consisted of earthwork, aggregate base course, achm surface course, guardrail, noise barrier wall, concrete barrier wall, traffic maintenance, and erosion control.


Murray Dam Bridge - USACE

Murray Lock and Dam Pedestrian Bridge - Southwest Approach Ramp

Pulaski County, AR


The southwest approach to the Big Dam Bridge is the second phase of a project that began in 2002. The bridge, completed in 2006, is constructed above the Murray Lock and Dam and is billed as the world's longest pedestrian bridge specifically constructed for recreational purposes. In fact, the Society of American Travel Writers named it one of the top 10 bridges to visit in the United States.

The new approach involved nearly 1,300 cubic yards of concrete and brings the bridge's total length to approximately 5,270 feet. The new leg features a 325-foot curved steel plate girder unit, MSE approach ramp, cofferdam construction and elevated observation platform.

The southwest approach provides bicyclists a route to connect with the Two Rivers Pedestrian Bridge without attempting a tight 180-degree turn. Visitors to the bridge now also have a great view of the lock and dam from an upstream vantage point. The bridge is part of the Arkansas River Trail, which attracted attention in June when area leaders signed a memorandum to continue to build, develop, maintain, operate and promote the trail system.

Mobley Contractors served as the projects prime contractor self performing the site work and bridge construction including the piling, concrete substructure, structural steel erection, bridge deck, and approach ramp.









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