In 1957, Ford Construction acquired Choctaw Transportation Company and began operating its marine entity throughout the Inland waterway system. The company continued to place asphalt revetments along the banks of the Mississippi River until the 60’s at which time the Corps changed designs to concrete and stone.
Choctaw Transportation Company continues to this day building structures that keep the towing industry afloat and moving ahead to deliver vital goods to the American people.
In 2012, we partnered with local grain companies to begin offering agricultural services. Choctaw has designed a unique load out system capable of loading up to 800 TPH of grain to be shipped to American and world markets.