A diver is lowered into a marine job site

Tailored solutions for critical industries

Innovative ways to build tomorrow’s infrastructure

Developing and delivering the world’s critical energy and infrastructure solutions requires a creative, collaborative approach. The Michels Family of Companies engages the right combination of diversified services to meet evolving needs of industries we serve.

Serving critical industries allows us to grow as individuals, companies and a collective team. We Do That … & More.

Building the World’s Energy Backbone

The Michels Family of Companies is strategically assembled to ensure systems and networks are ready to serve future generations, whether you need a complete EPC or specialized solution. Our teams have built thousands of miles of transmission lines, added capacity to substations and facilities, installed utility lines under waterbodies and other sensitive areas, and connected offshore projects to the national grid. We have the experience to solve challenges, resources to work anywhere, and ingenuity to figure out how to do what seems impossible.

Prepared for Decarbonization

The Michels Family of Companies has decades of experience performing work for future-focused energy transition programs. Our expertise in overhead and underground transmission systems coupled with our ability to develop safe, effective trenchless and pipeline facility solutions allows our customers to meet the world’s evolving energy needs.

Working on, in and Around Water

Marine environment construction is necessary to support energy and infrastructure projects. Performing that work safely, with an environmental conscience, is a choice Michels makes again and again. We approach each project with sophisticated equipment, trained crews and dedication to our core value of environmental protection. Our marine services include dredging, diving and surveying as well as marine construction, shoreline restoration, and trenchless crossings beneath waterways.

We Do That ... & More Logo
Three workers wearing PPE converse on a jobsite
R1VER Milwaukee office building near a river.
Man standing for a picture in front of an excavator.