We hope all our MOW family enjoyed a safe and happy holiday season!

It is safe to say that no one foresaw how 2020 turned out with the COVID Pandemic. We are grateful that our employees have stayed healthy overall and that our industry is essential and has continued to operate and provide employment in these unprecedented times. For a young company such as ours, we were fortunate that our customers continued to provide work and our operations saw lesser impact than other industries. We look forward to a successful 2021 and hope to continuing growing and building our reputation as the premier railroad contractor in the Texas market.

Texas Pacifico Project Draws to Completion

“This is a project to be proud of, not just any company could complete it successfully.”

Special Recognition: Axel Quintanilla for his efforts.

As a young company still building our reputation, the Texas Pacifico project was a big endeavor to take on. Our whole organization, from the office to the field, had to collaborate and put their best effort forward. This is a project to be proud of, not just any company could complete it successfully.

KUDOS TO EVERYONE INVOLVED!

Project Objectives included:

  • Furnished and installed 20 track miles of CWR
  • Replaced 27,006 Crossties
  • Replaced 754 Bridge ties
  • Rehabilitated 30 Road Xings
  • Distributed 16,500 tons of ballast
  • Surfaced 358,171 Track feet
Call Us: 281-925-0400

SEPTEMBER MARKS ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY FOR MOW

I want to personally thank everyone at MOW CS for their hard work and dedication. This year has been especially hard due the the pandemic. It’s been a tremendous journey to say the least, and all of us should be proud. Nothing worthwhile is easy but our employees made it seem that way. We as a TEAM accomplished things that others can only imagine.

THANK YOU MOW CS TEAM, FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART!!!!!
PEPE GARCIA

 

STAY SAFE IN THE WINTER MONTHS!

Cold weather can affect any workplace. Storms bring snow, ice, and wind that make for hazardous travel conditions, cause utility outage and structural damage, and impact emergency response activities.

On a personal level, exposure to cold weather can cause serious health problems. These hazards can be addressed by taking precautions appropriate for the situation.

Although OSHA does not have a standard that covers working in the cold environments, employers have a responsibility to provide employees with a workplace free from recognized hazards, including winter weather related hazards.

 

NEW HIRE SPOTLIGHT

Bianca Garcia
Human Resources Admin
Although she has been with us since the end of August, we would like to officially introduce Bianca Garcia, our Human Resources Admin. Bianca is the point of contact for questions regarding insurance, 401(k), company policies, etc. Prior to working for MOW, Bianca worked as a legal assistant for an employment law firm. Any HR related questions or concerns can be directed to Bianca at bianca.garcia@mowconstruction.com or 281-925-0400.

Wes LaRoe
Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Many of you met Wes during the TXPF project. Wes brings a great deal of industry experience both as a mechanic and also project manager. Wes will be relocating his family from Illinois to Houston, and we are excited to have him as part of the MOW Team.

 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY:

12/3 – Raphael Bynum
12/5 – Marco A. Garcia
12/6 – Jorge Alarcon, Litton Schlabach
12/7 – Alejandro Chavez
12/17 – Robert Rivera
12/22 – Felipe Aguayo
12/24 – Gabino Rangel, Gary Abbott
12/26 – Wesley LaRoe
12/27 – Oswaldo Gonzalez Jr
1/2 – David Alcala
1/3 – Duncan Savannah
1/4 – Arturo Olivares, Raymundo    Montoya, Paul Fabre
1/6 – Matthew Organ
1/12 – Jose Alvarez
1/16 – Marco Garcia
1/19 – Leandro Luevano