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Our I-4 Ultimate project will transform how central Florida moves

Our I-4 Ultimate project will transform how central Florida moves

Construction Equipment Guide overviews our consortium’s work on I-4 Ultimate, a public-private partnership undertaking that encompasses widening and reconstructing 21 miles of interstate highway and building or modifying an incredible 140 bridges.

Expanding California self-perform capabilities

Expanding California self-perform capabilities

USA Building has expanded to southern California the self-perform steel capability it brought to northern California last year to erect – in partnership with USA Civil – the superstructure steel for San Francisco’s Transbay Transit Center.

$88.7 million Seattle-area high school contract award

$88.7 million Seattle-area high school contract award

We have signed an $88.7 million contract with existing client Tahoma School District to build the 325,000-square-foot, 2,400-student Tahoma High School and Regional Learning Center in Maple Valley, Wash.

From atop the Empire State Building on 9/11, pride in our work rebuilding the World Trade Center

From atop the Empire State Building on 9/11, pride in our work rebuilding the World Trade Center

General Superintendent Mark Irvin wrote this heartfelt tribute to those affected by the events of Sept. 11, 2001, and to the passion, pride and commitment of our teammates who continue to rebuild the World Trade Center.

In many communities, our teams make back to school possible

In many communities, our teams make back to school possible

Education is a key market for us, which makes summertime very busy for our teams as they race to ready both K-12 and higher education projects for the coming school year. Here are highlights from a few of those projects.

In North Carolina, a tragedy didn’t deter our Wake Tech team

In North Carolina, a tragedy didn’t deter our Wake Tech team

Our Wake Technical Community College team recently brought to a strong finish a $49.5 million project that could have been anything but successful, following last November’s collapse of a 130-foot-long timber pedestrian bridge that killed one worker. (State regulators have pointed to design flaws as the cause.)

New York City’s 7 Line Extension opens to the public

New York City’s 7 Line Extension opens to the public

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio joined our team Sunday in opening the 1.5-mile 7 Line subway extension and new 34th Street-Hudson Yards station in Manhattan’s fast-growing far west side. Over this project’s nearly eight years of construction, Skanska-led joint ventures did both the tunneling and the systems and finishes work.

ENR honors Skanska project as the world’s best

ENR honors Skanska project as the world’s best

Our Florida Polytechnic University Innovation, Science and Technology Building was named Project of the Year in ENR magazine’s 2015 Global Best Project Awards. This immense honor recognizes Polytechnic as the most “outstanding example of the risks and rewards – and the hurdles overcome – of designing and building internationally.” Congratulations to our Polytechnic team on this award, which further positions Skanska as a premier global builder.

Working atop the Empire State Building

Working atop the Empire State Building

The Wall Street Journal writes about our team’s incredible work replacing the 84-year-old windows lining the Empire State Building’s mooring mast, which runs between the 90th and 101st floors, above the main observation deck.

A 20-hour concrete pour, planned to the minute

A 20-hour concrete pour, planned to the minute

Our 35-story Capitol Tower office project – which Skanska is developing in Houston – started in part recently with a 19-hour, 20-minute concrete pour to create a mat foundation that varies between seven and nine-and-a-half feet thick. Our team’s planning and execution of this 9,020 cubic yard continuous pour was so precise that the actual duration was within three minutes of what they had planned. Don’t miss the time-lapse video!