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The path to ENR magazine’s highest honor

The path to ENR magazine’s highest honor

On our Constructive Thinking blog, Vice President Chuck Jablon shares some highlights of his team’s approach to the Florida Polytechnic University Innovation, Science and Technology Building, which ENR just named its Global Project of the Year.

Coast to Coast honored with first-place national award

Coast to Coast honored with first-place national award

Skanska USA’s employee magazine was named the top-ranked magazine in the Society for Marketing Professional Services’ Marketing Communications Awards contest.

Here’s how our winning Building What Matters teams will donate their $4,500 in earnings

Here’s how our winning Building What Matters teams will donate their $4,500 in earnings

Rebuilding Ground Zero in New York City. Being a major Habitat for Humanity supporter. Reducing travel time for Virginia commuters through improved infrastructure. And building homes for people in need in Tijuana, Mexico. These are the accomplishments of the four winning projects in our Building What Matters contest.

Skanska honored for reducing waste

Skanska honored for reducing waste

Waste Management recognized Skanska USA as one of 10 construction companies that diverted the highest tonnage of waste for recycling in 2014. Last year, USA Building nationally diverted 85 percent of its waste from landfills while USA Civil diverted 98.2 percent.

United Nations wins Skanska’s global Building Project of the Year award

United Nations wins Skanska’s global Building Project of the Year award

Our team’s amazing work leading the $1.7 billion, 2.7 million-square-foot retrofit of United Nations’ landmark New York City headquarters has achieved a global Skanska honor: Project of the Year in the Building category. Skanska’s strong ethics and values helped us win and successfully deliver this project.

In ENR’s Top 400 Contractors rankings, Skanska once again ranked among the top

In ENR’s Top 400 Contractors rankings, Skanska once again ranked among the top

According to ENR magazine’s just-released Top 400 Contractors list, Skanska moved up to the second-largest contractor based on U.S. revenue, we are once again the third-largest heavy civil contractor and we now rank third in general building (down from second in 2014).

Mike Aparicio wins global Golden Rock award

Mike Aparicio wins global Golden Rock award

Mike Aparicio, our executive vice president overseeing Los Angeles-area infrastructure work, has won a highly prestigious global Skanska honor: the Be Market Makers Golden Rock Award. Aparicio, whose accomplishments include overseeing the successful pursuits of two major subway projects in that city last year, wins that helped Skanska become the largest contractor in the L.A. market, will receive his award in late September at the global management meeting in Stockholm.

Forbes names Skanska one of America’s best employers

Forbes names Skanska one of America’s best employers

Not only did we make Forbes magazine’s list of the 500 best employers for the first time – alongside Google, Southwest Airlines and Facebook – but we are the top construction and development company! We came in at #246 overall.

Harvard Art Museums wins Build America award

Harvard Art Museums wins Build America award

Our Harvard Art Museums project near Boston has been recognized with a Build America Award, one of the nation’s most prestigious construction honors. Presented by Associated General Contractors, this award recognizes the highest levels of project complexity, innovation and client satisfaction. Representatives of our team accepted the award last week at AGC’s national convention in Puerto Rico.

Top honors for Florida Polytechnic and Chuck Jablon

Top honors for Florida Polytechnic and Chuck Jablon

ENR has named our Florida Polytechnic University Innovation, Science and Technology Building its top U.S. higher education/research project, while our team’s tremendous work on that highly complex Santiago Calatrava-designed project led to a second national award: The magazine named project leader Chuck Jablon as one of its Top 25 Newsmakers of 2014.