Remembering Dale Biggers

All of us at Boh Bros. were saddened by the passing of Dale Biggers, P.E., a prominent figure at Boh Bros. for more than 50 years. Dale spent 33 years as a project manager completing hundreds of projects, including piles for the Superdome and the Aquarium. In 2001, he...

Boh Reinforces Fire-Damaged I-10

The intense heat generated by a September tractor-trailer rig accident and fire on I-10 eastbound into New Orleans had spalled and cracked the elevated span’s concrete superstructure, and LADOTD needed a quick fix. While the span’s girders still provided sufficient...
Surge Debris Removal After Hurricane Ida

Surge Debris Removal After Hurricane Ida

It was nothing but a colossal debris field when the Boh Bros. team first arrived on site to start Surge Debris Removal. Hurricane Ida’s 15-foot storm surge had piled up 4-6′ of odorous marsh mud and grass around the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP) facility...
Boh Finds solutions for entergy marine repairs

Boh Finds solutions for entergy marine repairs

POWER MOVE Creative thinking gets Boh out of logistical tight spots during Entergy marine repairs When R.R. Cassidy Inc. asked Boh Bros. to assist with the emergency marine repairs of six water-based transmission poles after Hurricane Ida, it became obvious that the...
Louisiana and the Infrastructure Investment Act

Louisiana and the Infrastructure Investment Act

A Letter from our President How big of a number is one trillion? It is a million million. That is hard to visualize, so perhaps a common comparison would be easier to grasp. One million dollars, placed in a stack of one-hundred-dollar bills, would be 3.3 feet tall....