JQ Engineering provided civil engineering services for the new Toyota Music Factory in Irving, Texas. More than 50 companies and consultants were involved in the successful completion of the new entertainment complex, featuring a Live Nation Pavilion with an 8,000-seat capacity, popular retail shops and restaurants, and a 100,000-square-foot office tower.
Skanska, leading a joint venture of Skanska, Kiewit Construction and Weeks Marine (SKW Constructors), celebrated the official completion — one year ahead of schedule — of the design-build phase of the Elizabeth River Tunnels (ERT) project between Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va.
The I-4 Ultimate Improvement Project, a roadway reconstruction project in Central Florida and one of the most complex and extensive infrastructure projects in the United States, received the Envision Platinum award from the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure.
The Bayonne Bridge’s new elevated roadway opened to drivers Feb. 20.
Flatiron Construction Corp. announced that the joint venture team, led by Flatiron, executed the construction contract for the Interstate 5 North Coast Corridor Phase 1 Project for $220 million. The joint venture team also includes Skanska and Stacy and Witbeck. The total contract value is $550 million.
Skanska USA announced the completion of reconstruction of Interstate 275 (I-275) between SR-60 and Hillsborough River, a $225 million project led by the joint venture of Skanska and Ajax and designed by WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff on behalf of the Florida Department of Transportation.
Skanska, leading a joint venture of Skanska, Kiewit Construction and Weeks Marine (SKW Constructors), announced completion and opening of the new VA 164 Martin Luther King (MLK) Expressway one month ahead of schedule.
Skanska and its joint venture partner Stacy and Witbeck (SSW) announced that construction of foundations for the new Sixth Street Viaduct will begin this month.
Skanska announced that Mid-Coast Transit Contractors — a joint venture of Stacy and Witbeck, Herzog and Skanska — was awarded a $921.8 million construction manager/general contractor contract from the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) to construct the Mid-Coast Trolley. Stacy and Witbeck is the joint venture lead; Parsons Brinkerhoff, Kimley Horn and HDR are the designers for the project.