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ARB General Presentation

  1. 1. A Diversified International<br />Construction Company<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />
  3. 3. Primoris Services Corporation<br />PRIMORIS SERVICES CORPORATION<br />Cardinal Contractors, Inc. <br />ARB, Inc.<br />ARB Structures, Inc.<br />Onquest, Inc.<br />Cardinal Mechanical<br />Primoris Renewable Resources<br />Onquest Heaters, Inc.<br />Born Heaters of Canada, Ltd.<br />ARB International LTD<br />ARB Ecuador Cia, Ltda.<br />ARB Arendal, S.de R.L. de C.V. <br />49%<br />
  4. 4. History and Milestones<br /><ul><li>Acquires Harco
  5. 5. Develop directional drilling expertise
  6. 6. Specializes in designing and supplying high performance furnaces for the oil industry
  7. 7. Process engineering and modeling of process plants
  8. 8. Furnishes environmental solutions
  9. 9. Acquires Oilfield Construction Co. (CA)
  10. 10. Expertise in the construction of energy processing facilities
  11. 11. Formed basis of the Industrial Group
  12. 12. Acquires Macco Constructors, Inc. (CA)
  13. 13. Established ARB as the largest pipeline construction company in California
  14. 14. Increased presence in Los Angeles basin
  15. 15. Energy crisis in late 2000/early 2001
  16. 16. Brian Pratt becomes President
  17. 17. Grows ARB from a $15mm revenue business in 1983 to the Company’s current size
  18. 18. First entry into foreign markets/South America
  19. 19. Primoris is formed
  20. 20. Rhapsody merger</li></ul>(Public)<br />2008<br />1983<br />1989<br />1991<br />1992<br />1993<br />1994<br />2006<br />2002<br />2004<br />2005<br />1996<br />2007<br />1946<br />1960<br /><ul><li>On track to achieve record level of EBITDA and backlog
  21. 21. Develops Steel Structure capabilities
  22. 22. Separated from Macco-Robertson
  23. 23. Separated from Alex-Robertson
  24. 24. ARB is incorporated as separate state organization
  25. 25. Acquires Cardinal Contractors (FL)
  26. 26. Expertise in design/build water/wastewater facilities
  27. 27. Establishes footprint in Florida
  28. 28. Acquires OFCCO Constructors (CA)
  29. 29. Expanded ARB’s California customer base and industrial construction expertise
  30. 30. Onquest acquires Born Canada (Alberta)
  31. 31. Refinery furnace designers
  32. 32. Burner management engineered systems
  33. 33. Acquires Saffel & McAdam (CA)
  34. 34. Establishes ARB’s concrete structure design and construction capabilities
  35. 35. Formed basis of the Structures Group</li></li></ul><li>Organization<br /><ul><li>Established in 1946
  36. 36. Publicly Traded California Corporation
  37. 37. Diversified General Contractor
  38. 38. ENR ranked #104 domestically in 2008 and 36 among international contractors
  39. 39. Top Industrial and Underground contractor on West Coast
  40. 40. 2008 Domestic Revenue - $650,000,000+
  41. 41. 2008 International Revenue - $100,000,000</li></li></ul><li>Operating Groups<br /><ul><li>Industrial
  42. 42. Underground</li></li></ul><li>Underground <br /><ul><li>Pipeline - Oil & Gas, Refined Products, Chemicals, Water & Sewer
  43. 43. Fiber Optic
  44. 44. Rehabilitation
  45. 45. Electric Transmission
  46. 46. Gas Distribution
  47. 47. Emergency Repair & Testing
  48. 48. Horizontal DirectionalDrilling</li></li></ul><li>Industrial<br /><ul><li>Refinery & Petro-Chemical
  49. 49. Power Generation
  50. 50. Renewable Energy
  51. 51. Alternative Fuels
  52. 52. Water/Wastewater
  53. 53. Liquid Terminals
  54. 54. Oil & Gas Facilities
  55. 55. Mining & Manufacturing
  56. 56. Industrial Process Plants
  57. 57. Central Plants
  58. 58. Fabrication</li></li></ul><li>Operating Locations<br /><ul><li>Domestic
  59. 59. Lake Forest, CA
  60. 60. Bakersfield, CA
  61. 61. Las Vegas, NV
  62. 62. Pittsburg, CA
  63. 63. Houston, TX
  64. 64. Conroe, TX
  65. 65. San Diego, CA
  66. 66. San Francisco, CA
  67. 67. Sarasota, FL</li></ul>International<br /><ul><li>Monterrey, Mexico
  68. 68. Quito, Ecuador</li></ul>San Francisco<br />Las Vegas<br />Pittsburg<br />Bakersfield<br />United States<br />Lake Forest<br />San Diego<br />Houston/Conroe<br />Mexico<br />Sarasota <br />Monterrey<br />Quito<br />Ecuador<br />
  69. 69. ARB has earned a reputation for:<br /><ul><li>Customer focus
  70. 70. Diverse specialties
  71. 71. Experienced management
  72. 72. Self performing labor force
  73. 73. Innovative solutions
  74. 74. Quality workmanship
  75. 75. Cost and schedule performance
  76. 76. Providing an injury free workplace</li></li></ul><li>Management Commitment to Safety<br /><ul><li>Sr. Management Safety Committee
  77. 77. Project specific safety planning
  78. 78. Behavior Based Safety
  79. 79. Craft Safety Observer program
  80. 80. Nearly 15 million man-hours in 2007 & 2008
  81. 81. Current TRIR .96</li></li></ul><li>Equipment<br /><ul><li>Largest contractor owned equipment fleet on the West Coast
  82. 82. Experienced maintenance personnel
  83. 83. Equipment fleet strategically located throughout California
  84. 84. Most modern equipment fleet in the industry meeting AQMD Tier 2 requirements (meets Port of LA requirements)
  85. 85. ARB’s plan is to meet AQMD Tier 3 requirements within the next two years</li></ul>Corporate Headquarters <br />Equipment Yard<br />
  86. 86. Scheduling<br /><ul><li>P3 & P5 CPM scheduling
  87. 87. Project team ownership
  88. 88. Resource loaded for earned value & manpower planning
  89. 89. 3-week look-ahead developed from P3 schedule
  90. 90. Focus on system turnover packages for commissioning/start-up</li></li></ul><li>Cost Control<br /><ul><li>Budgets established with coding structure
  91. 91. Committed cost system
  92. 92. Quantity tracking for earned value
  93. 93. Change management system</li></li></ul><li>Project Experience<br />Elk Hills Power Plant<br />500 MW 2x1 GE 7FA CTG<br />Owner – El Hills Power, LLC<br />Engineer – Merchant Power Engineers & Constructors (Parsons)<br />Tupman, California<br />Civil/Foundations, HRSG Erection, CTG & STG Erection,<br />Structural steel, piping and balance of plant equipment<br />
  94. 94. Project Experience<br />Otay Mesa Generating Station<br />540 MW 2x1 GE 7FA CTG, Siemen’s STG<br />Owner – Calpine Corporation<br />Engineer – Burns & Roe<br />Location – San Diego, California<br />Scope - Civil/Foundations, ACC Erection, CTG & STG Erection,<br />Structural steel, piping and balance of plant equipment<br />
  95. 95. Project Experience<br />Niland Gas Turbine Plant<br />100 MW - Dual GE LM 6000 Gas Combustion Turbines<br />Owner – Imperial Irrigation District<br />Engineer – Harris Group<br />Location - Niland, California<br />Scope – Complete turn-key green-field construction including Civil/Foundations, HRSG Erection, CTG & Structural steel, I&E, piping and balance of plant equipment<br />
  96. 96. Project Experience<br />Moss Landing Power Plant<br />1060 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant<br />4x2 GE 7FA CTG<br />Owner – Duke Energy<br />Engineer – Duke/Fluor Daniel<br />Moss Landing, California<br />HRSG erection, high energy piping installation<br />
  97. 97. Project Experience<br />Paramount Petroleum<br />Paramount added gasoline production<br />and clean burning diesel to its existing <br />capabilities in 2005.<br />ARB installed all carbon and alloy piping <br />for the two new units.<br />
  98. 98. Project Experience<br />BP Refinery - Carson<br />Prime contractor<br /><ul><li> Rule 1105 Electrostatic Precipitator Project
  99. 99. Fluid Feed Hydro Desulfurization Unit</li></ul>Engineer – Jacobs & Fluor<br />Location – Carson, California<br />Scope – Cast in place piles, foundations, structural steel, equipment erection, piping, I&E<br />
  100. 100. Project Experience<br />Hydrogen Reformer<br />Hydrogen Reformer 96 SCFMMD<br />Owner – Air Products & Chemical, Inc.<br />Engineer – KTI<br />Carson, California<br />Erect hydrogen reformer heater, convection section and related piping.<br />
  101. 101. Project Experience<br />Hydrogen Reformer<br />Hydrogen Reformer 115 MMSCFD<br />Owner – Praxair<br />Engineer – Lurgi<br />Richmond, California<br />Chevron Refinery<br />Complete turn-key green-field plant <br /><ul><li>15,000 cu yds concrete
  102. 102. 1800 tons structural steel
  103. 103. 80,000 LF Piping
  104. 104. 1,000,000 Man-hours</li></li></ul><li>Project Experience<br />Quartz Hill Water Treatment Facility<br />Los Angeles County, CA<br />90 MGD capacity<br />Owner – Antelope Valley East Kern Water Agency<br />Engineer – Montgomery Watson<br />Wash-water Basin, Chlorine Contact basin, Chemical Facilities,<br />Ozone Generation Building, New Filters and Re-build of Clarifiers<br />
  105. 105. Project Experience<br />Solar Experience<br /><ul><li>ARCO Solar – Carissa Plains, CA - 1,550 PV panel assemblies, civil, structural, mechanical assembly
  106. 106. LUZ project at Kraemer Junction, California at the SEGS (Solar Electric Generating Station) Units 8 & 9. Parabolic trough installation in 80 MW blocks for each unit. Included the fabrication and installation of structural steel, rebar and concrete work
  107. 107. Roof mounted PV panels, such as Santa Monica parking structure</li></ul>Solar photovoltaic panels installed at the ARCO Solar facility at Carrisa Plains, California<br />
  108. 108. Project Experience<br />Southern California Gas Company<br />19 Miles of 24-inch Natural Gas Pipeline<br />Etiwanda through Fontana to the <br />Mountain View Power Plant in San Bernardino, CA<br />Southern California Edison<br />10 Miles of 16 and 24-inch Pipeline<br />Port of Los Angeles to Dominguez, CA<br />Kinder Morgan Energy Partners<br />70 Miles of 20-inch Pipeline <br />Concord to Sacramento, CA<br />
  109. 109. Sampling of Clients<br /><ul><li>Long Beach Gas & Oil Dept.
  110. 110. Los Angeles Dept. of Water & Power
  111. 111. Occidental
  112. 112. Pacific Gas & Electric
  113. 113. Peerless Manufacturing Company
  114. 114. Pemex
  115. 115. Plains All American
  116. 116. Port of Long Beach
  117. 117. Port of Los Angeles
  118. 118. Port of San Diego
  119. 119. Praxair
  120. 120. Raytheon
  121. 121. Reliant Power
  122. 122. Siemens Westinghouse
  123. 123. Sempra Energy
  124. 124. Shell Oil
  125. 125. Sunrise Power, LLC
  126. 126. Tesoro
  127. 127. U. S. Borax & Chemical Co.
  128. 128. Valero Energy
  129. 129. ABB
  130. 130. Air Products
  131. 131. Alstom Power
  132. 132. BP
  133. 133. Bechtel
  134. 134. Black & Veatch
  135. 135. British Petroleum / Amoco
  136. 136. California Energy Co., Inc.
  137. 137. Calpine Corporation
  138. 138. ChevronTexaco Corp.
  139. 139. ConocoPhillips
  140. 140. County Sanitation Districts, Los Angeles
  141. 141. Department of Water Resources
  142. 142. Duke Energy
  143. 143. Dynegy
  144. 144. Edison/Mission Energy
  145. 145. Elk Hills Power LLC
  146. 146. Fluor Constructors
  147. 147. Kinder Morgan</li></li></ul><li>Why ARB ?<br /><ul><li>Well established industrial contractor committed to community
  148. 148. Experienced in Renewable Energy & Alternative Fuels
  149. 149. Financial stability
  150. 150. Large capital project experience
  151. 151. Largest established craft labor force in California and the West
  152. 152. Strong local subcontractor relationships
  153. 153. Competent project management and staff
  154. 154. Proven track record of completing safe, quality projects
  155. 155. Success with target contracting delivery
  156. 156. Construction environmental mitigation compliance
  157. 157. Outstanding relationship and reputation with local Building Trades
  158. 158. Largest equipment fleet on the West Coast
  159. 159. Experience with project labor agreements
  160. 160. Active in local labor politics </li></li></ul><li>Thank You<br />Questions?<br />

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