About Us

Colas USA companies are part of the Colas Group, the worldwide leader in transportation infrastructure construction and maintenance. The Colas Group is active in the construction and maintenance of road, air, rail and maritime transport infrastructure, urban development projects and recreational facilities. With 70,000 employees throughout 1,400 business units in 40 countries on 5 continents, the Colas Group carries out over 100,000 projects each year.

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We are a leading producer of construction materials. From more than 300 facilities throughout the country, our vertically integrated operating companies manufacture and distribute a wide range of essential products: aggregates, asphalt mixes, ready-mix concrete, liquid asphalt, polymer modified binders and emulsions. These products are critical to numerous infrastructure construction and maintenance projects every year.

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The core of our ongoing success and development lies in preserving the trust of our customers, employees, shareholders and other third parties. Our flexible, decentralized organization enables each and every one of us to exercise the autonomy required by our respective corporate responsibilities in accordance with the distinct characteristics of each location. At least six basic values are held in common by all of the 70,000 worldwide employees of the Colas Group.

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As a leader in American infrastructure construction and maintenance, we build and maintain roads, bridges, airports, ports, military bases, rail, dams, canals, and other infrastructure related projects as well as the horizontal infrastructure of residential, commercial and industrial projects. As a result, through the regional offices of our operating companies, our teams provide a wide range of construction services on both large and small projects nationwide.

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Resurfacing Interstate 55

Delta Companies resurfaced 70 miles of I-55 using Ecomat® Warm Mix Asphalt.

Extreme Project Near The Bering Sea

Chefornak needed a new airport with a bigger runway to accommodate increased freight requirements.

Crossing The Tioga River

For this $26M project, teams at HRI coordinated permitting and wage issues between New York and Pennsylvania state agencies. 

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