American Infrastructure

American Infrastructure

American Infrastructure is a vertically integrated, heavy civil construction company and material supplier strategically positioned in the Mid-Atlantic region. Our network of regional construction offices, quarries and asphalt plants provides the framework for American Infrastructure to service our customers when and where they need us. Established as a small hauling company in 1939, the company has grown into a regional leader in the industry, ranked annually in the top three contractors in our market and in the top 150 nationally by Engineering News-Record.

Company details

1805 Berks Road, P.O. Box 98 , Worcester , Pennsylvania 19490 USA

Locations Served


Business Type:
Engineering service provider
Industry Type:
Market Focus:
Regionally (various states or provinces)


We provide our customers with a full-service solution for site development, transportation, energy, design-build, and water-related projects. With more than 2,000 skilled craftsmen, equipment operators and construction professionals covering six states, we build projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic for private developers, general contractors, DOTs and utilities, local and state governments, and federal military customers. Our position is further strengthened by our bonding capacity of $800 million – allowing us to build projects ranging from $100,000 to more than $100 million on a single project.

American Infrastructure self-performs most of its own work, yielding production efficiencies and control, elevated safety standards and a commitment to safe work operations. Everyone at American Infrastructure understands the company’s fierce dedication to the safety of every person who works here. And our Home Safe Tonight initiative is recognized by customers as an integral part of the American Infrastructure value proposition.

Engineering News-Record (ENR) 2013 Rankings

  • Top 400 Contractors (#116 Nationally)
  • Top 50 Heavy Domestic Contractors (#24)
  • Top 100 by New Contracts (#59 with $896.5M)


2012 Independence Construction Materials acquires American Paving asphalt plants in Delaware and Maryland

2012 US 460 Mobility Partners (an American Infrastructure joint venture) awarded $1.4B P3 build project

2011 Independence Construction Materials produces $2M+ tons of asphalt annually

2011 First P3 Project – Richmond Airport Connector

2011 Wins ABC National Contractor of the Year Award

2011 Acquired Jack L. Massie Contractor, Inc in Williamsburg, VA

2010 Independence Construction Materials expands asphalt operation into Virginia

2007 2000 employees

2007 American Infrastructure – Virginia opens second office in Richmond, VA

2003 American Infrastructure – Maryland opens second office in Greenbelt, MD

2003 Allan A. Myers (division of American Infrastructure) receives Governor’s Safety Award

2001 Establishes Continuous Learning Center (CLC)

2001 First contract over $100,000,000

2000 First year that American Infrastructure was recognized as one of the “100 Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania” (repeated in ’01, ’02, ’03, ’07)

2000 Acquisition of R.G. Griffith of Chantilly, VA – known today as American Infrastructure – VA

2000 1,000 employees

1998 All materials divisions become Independence Construction Materials

1998 Myers Group becomes American Infrastructure

1995 83 pick-ups on the job

1995 Acquisition of Devault Crushed Stone

1994 500 employees

1992 Acquisition of Great Valley Materials – Coatesville

1989 Acquisition of Compass Quarries

1982 Acquisition of Great Valley Materials

1980 100 employees

1980 10 pick-ups on the job

1980 First contract over $1,000,000

1976 First contract over $500,000

1976 Incorporated as Allan A. Myers, Inc.

1976 50 employees

1958 T.C. Simmons of Fallston, MD is founded (later to become part of the AI family in 1998, known today as American Infrastructure – Maryland)

1939 Allan A. Myers and Son was founded in Worcester, PA with a father-son partnership