|In 1984 Randall Murphy and Ken Murphy purchased four used dump trucks and started Murphy Bros. Trucking, Inc. with a strong commitment to providing excellent service to their clients. Randall Murphy serves as President and Ken Murphy serves as Vice-President and Treasurer.
In 1998 Murphy Bros. added a heavy construction division and began providing civil construction services in the area. Since that time, Murphy Bros. has provided site work services for many of the largest projects in northern Louisiana. The management of our construction division has a combined total of over 100 years experience. We use modern electronic equipment for grading, layout and estimating.
In 2000 Murphy Bros. Trucking, Inc. changed its name to Murphy Bros. Trucking & Construction, LLC and began providing construction services to the oilfield industry. Construction services include oil field location preparation and cleanup, compressor pads, frac ponds, maintenance of oil and gas field roads and pads and soil cementing services. Murphy Bros. continues to do this type work today.
At Murphy Bros. we are proud of our safety programming and the fact that our goal is to provide excellent service in a safe manner. Our safety director has over 30 years experience in safety consulting work and is a recognized OSHA outreach trainer. We provide our employees with HAZWOPER, environmental and all other training required by OSHA and other regulatory agencies. Frequent job inspections, safety meetings, equipment inspections and road observations are done by our management and safety director.
Randall Murphy manages all transportation operations and the business operations. Ken Murphy manages the oil field construction. Both work in the commercial construction division. Ken also handles all equipment acquisitions and maintenance of all equipment and vehicles.
Corporate offices are located on Hwy. 80 just west of Arcadia, LA. The maintenance terminal is located in downtown Arcadia. Murphy Bros. has grown to be one of the premier heavy construction contractors in north Louisiana and has many trucks and several pieces of heavy equipment.