WELCOME TO TOEBE
Toebe Construction is a Heavy Civil Engineering Contractor with 98 years of superior performance on private, commercial, and industrial projects in Michigan. Toebe is also pre-qualified in Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Florida. With superior workmanship and consistent project execution, we are known for delivering both small and large projects from concept to completion.
Integrity, safety, teamwork, and trust are the core values that drive our collaborative approach to ensure each project exceeds expectations. As a family owned business for three generations, we are civil construction experts that embrace our roots — that's the power behind our constant innovation.
At Toebe, we offer three speciality departments; Bridge, Paving, and Excavation. We believe in building relationships in our specialty divisions with each of our clients through trust. That trust has allowed us to work on some of the most challenging infrastructure projects and uphold our family tradition of excellence.
FORT STREET BASCULE BRIDGE
Replacement of the Fort Street Bridge to become the new Fort Street Bascule Bridge, the World's heaviest bascule leaf at 8.2 million pounds and the second largest by deck area at over 15,000 square feet. The project was a vital part of the overall Fort-Rouge Gateway Project that focuses on historic heritage. As a Movable Merit Award Winner, this record-setting, single-leaf bascule bridge proves innovation can also be economical.
INTERNATIONAL HIGHWAY PROJECT
MDOT's I-75 Ambassador Bridge Gateway project provided the complete transformation of the busiest international border crossing in North America. It was designed to allow direct connections between the freeway system and the Ambassador Bridge. The entire project involved the closure of two major freeways, the construction of the state’s first cable-stayed bridge and HOV lanes, and reconstruction of the mainline and ramps on I-75 and I-96.
1-96 / US-23 INTERCHANGE
LARGE HIGHWAY PROJECT
Demolition of the I-96 / M-23 bridge overpass. This replacement of 11 structures lead to 22 cranes on site at the same time. Multiple crews worked around the clock to complete this large undertaking. Upon completion, this unique interchange project receives a national award!
Building Michigan's Infrastructure Since 1922