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Proven Experience

Our employees are our most valuable and vulnerable assets. Therefore, we strive to provide a safe work environment and are committed to going above and beyond to protect our employees as well as those touched by our organization.

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Our safety regimen consists of quarterly all employee safety training meetings, monthly safety topics and weekly safety calls. In addition, with programs such as Good Catch, Near Miss, and Driver Scorecard we empower every employee to take an active role to ensure their co-worker’s return to their families free from harm. Cobalt is a member of ISNetworld and Coalition for Construction Safety (CCS).

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Cobalt Civil uses several diverse suppliers currently and strives to utilize diverse suppliers whenever possible.

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Cobalt Civil Commitment to Safety...

Cobalt Civil's objective is a safety and health program that will reduce the number of injuries and illnesses to an absolute minimum, not merely in keeping with but surpassing the best experience of operations similar to ours. By doing so, we will be able to achieve our goal of zero incidents and/or injuries to assure that all employees return home in the same condition they arrived to work in.



Our Primary Focus is on Substation Construction, Transmission Access Roads Foundations, Underground Distribution, and Municipal Sewer & Water Services.

  • Foundations
  • Substation Construction
  • Hydro-Excavation
  • Installation & Maintenance
  • Commitment to Safety
  • Transmission Access Roads
  • Substation Demolition
  • Underground Distribution

Cobalt Civil

Cobalt Civil, LLC
PO Box 406
610 N 100 East
Winchester, IN 47394

(765) 584-2866

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We are here to answer any questions you may have about our products and services. Reach out to us and we will respond asap. If you have any special requests, we will do our best to find a solution that meets your needs.



Steady progress has been made in the construction industry to regulate its impact on the surrounding environment when performing any type of construction or excavation work. Cobalt strives to be good stewards of the land by adapting state and customer environmental standards in those sensitive areas like wetlands, streams, lakes, or waterways. Our Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and environmental procedures integrate our environmental responsibilities into business practices.

  • Pre-construction environmental site inspection for a firsthand look after the site plan review
  • Required SWPPP permits are posted onsite in a weather-proof cabinet
  • Use industry BMP’s (best management practices) in correlation with stabilizing disturbed soil (pre- and post-construction), reclamation areas, and use of SWPPP inspection frequency per requested site location
  • Multiple points of onsite inspection to keep all environmental facets in compliance
  • Spill Prevention Control and Counter (SPCC) measure manual and spill prevention training ensures that each employee understands how to immediately respond and report any spill or environmental hazard that may occur
  • Internal reviews of all inspections filed to analyze findings for corrective action needed or quality issues relating to a deficiency in order to correct

Our environmental inspectors receive training through private agencies, such as, Stormwater ONE, and the White River Alliance MS4 Training, and various state agencies including MDEQ, TNEPSC, and VADEQ. All environmental inspectors receive a 40-hour field practicum and complete continuing education in the field of SWPPP. Cobalt is working to become ISO 1400 certified.


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