Driven by a commitment to excellence in project execution, Brock is a leader in providing soft craft services, labor support, and materials for capital projects, maintenance, and facility turnarounds. Across the United States, Canada, and Latin America, we serve diverse industries including petrochemical, refining, power generation, offshore, heavy manufacturing, pipelines and transmission, nuclear, and pulp and paper.
We provide customers with solutions for scaffolding, painting, insulation, shoring, lead and asbestos abatement, fireproofing, facilities maintenance, fabrication, and electrical instrumentation and heat tracing.
Beginning as a provider of industrial painting support services at a 6000-acre, 200-building chemical facility in east Texas, Brock’s proven value delivery resulted scope growth to include bio-remediation, janitorial, yards and grounds, and general labor.
To meet the facility’s goals of reducing maintenance costs and improving reliability, Brock consolidated multiple services, implementing a flex-crew concept, taking a program approach to services, and improving planning and scheduling capabilities.
Brock was contracted to clean, prep and coat the Unit 1 Diesels, Alpha and Bravo Trains at the largest nuclear plant in the United States, while meeting stringent Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) requirements for preventing any dust or drips that could affect the diesel’s operation.
Brock Industrial Services delivered cost and schedule savings when engaged to safely and properly coat and fireproof the largest crude distillation unit for an international oil and gas company’s $3.8 billion refinery modernization project in northwest Indiana.
Built in 1916 and formerly part of U.S. Route 66, the Trails Arch Bridge now carries a natural gas pipeline owned by PG&E and Kinder Morgan. Brock safely removed potentially hazardous lead paint while providing full environmental containment and allowing the owners to maintain production.
Constructed during the early 1890s and opened in 1894, the Colorado State Capitol in Denver features a distinctive gold dome that commemorates the state’s gold rush. Brock provided innovative work access to the dome’s exterior surfaces as part of an estimated $17 million renovation that included lead abatement, structural repairs, gilding, window replacement and repainting.
As part of a multi-year contract, Brock was contracted to erect scaffold to reach all areas of the internal boiler/furnacefor inspection and repair of unit #2 boiler at Craig Station, a 437 MW coal-fired power plant. Brock deployed a proprietary lighting design to supplement plant power sources to furnish adequate scaffold lighting and power for craft tools.
When cracks were found in a sour crude coke drum at a 230,000 barrel-per-day refinery, Brock Industrial Services was contracted to erect heavy duty scaffold to allow operations to continue until repairs could be made safely and successfully during a planned outage. Brock engineered and built an innovative 175-foot tall scaffold capable of supporting 120 heat stress-relieving machines weighing 96,000 pounds.