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One Civil effort leads to D.C. tunneling win

One Civil effort leads to D.C. tunneling win

Collaboration between USA Civil’s Northeast and Southeast units led to our joint venture’s win of the $157 million First Street Tunnel project in Washington, D.C. (Skanska’s 60 percent contract share is $94 million).

L.A. Expo project halfway complete without a lost-time injury

L.A. Expo project halfway complete without a lost-time injury

Our team’s $547 million Los Angeles Exposition Line Phase 2 transit project recently celebrated two milestones: reaching the halfway point in construction and working more than one million hours without a lost-time injury. Way to go!

Our teams continue to be recognized for great work

Our teams continue to be recognized for great work

Skanska projects nationwide continue to win prestigious awards. Our latest projects to be recognized include New York’s Catskill/Delaware Ultraviolet Light Disinfection Facility, D.C.’s NOAA Center for Weather and Climate Prediction, L.A.’s I-210 Gold Line Bridge and Florida’s University of Florida Health Shands Medical Office Building at Springhill.

Transforming how New York moves

Transforming how New York moves

Every day, more than 100,000 pedestrians are expected to walk through the subterranean passageway traversing the World Trade Center site that our Skanska team just completed.

Skanska USA wins at Global Management Meeting

Skanska USA wins at Global Management Meeting

Skanska USA brought home several prestigious awards last Tuesday from the 11th annual awards ceremony at the Skanska Management Meeting in Seattle – have you read about these award winners yet or watched the inspiring videos?

Helping Colorado recover from the floodwaters

Helping Colorado recover from the floodwaters

Last month, torrential rains devastated northern Colorado in what has been called a 1,000-year-flood. Today, under an emergency repair contract, a Skanska joint venture is helping reconstruct a 14-mile stretch of State Highway 7 – not far from Denver – that was badly damaged when an adjacent river crested its banks.

Skanska’s federal projects don’t see major impact from government shutdown – for now

Skanska’s federal projects don’t see major impact from government shutdown – for now

The ongoing shutdown of the federal government that began last Tuesday has not impacted the small number of Skanska projects for which we’re contracted directly to the federal government – but that could change if the U.S. fiscal crisis continues.

Promotions and new hire

Promotions and new hire

Within USA Civil, Christian Sandberg is now director of strategy and business performance and Alec Thomson is now manager of strategy and business performance. Additionally, Kimberly Burke has joined USA Building’s Dallas team as senior director of business development.

Easing Tampa’s commute

Easing Tampa’s commute

Aided by a fleet of new Cat equipment and smart green solutions, our $215.4 million Interstate 275 design-build project in Tampa includes demolishing 19 bridges, constructing 18 bridges and widening three bridges.

Skanska is supporting – literally – Wednesday’s rocket launch to the International Space Station

Skanska is supporting – literally – Wednesday’s rocket launch to the International Space Station

When the 265-ton Antares rocket lifts off Wednesday from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, it’ll be blasting off from a launch pad supported by a foundation supplied by Skanska’s Bayshore Concrete Products.