Kiewit completely reconstructed three miles of Lejuene Road and Northwest 21st Street. The $81 million project included the construction of 11 bridges and associated ramps to prevent airport traffic from using Lejuene Road and also gives traffic direct access to SR-836 and SR-112.
The BART Warm Springs Extension DB project consists of furnishing all management, coordination, professional services, labor, equipment, materials and other services to perform the design and construction of the line, track, station and systems required to extend the BART System further into southern Alameda County from the existing Fremont BART Station to the new Warm Springs Station.
Kiewit Offshore Services performed module assembly and integration work for two modular capture vessels (MCVs). After completion, modules were dissembled from the vessels and moved to permanent storage where KOS employees, along with MWCC personnel, will maintain the modules so that they are prepared for deployment at all times
The Crooked River Gorge Bridge is the country's first segmentally cast, temporarily cable-stayed, single-span arch bridge. It features two lanes in each direction, as well as a center median. The arched, concrete structure is 535 feet long, 79 feet wide and spans 295 feet above the Crooked River.
The Metro Gold Line transports thousands of daily passengers to Los Angeles, Chinatown, Lincoln Heights, Highland Park, South Pasadena and Pasadena. As part of the 13.7-mile extension of the rail line, crews installed the auto tensioned overhead contract system, traction power substations and the transit signal and communications systems.
This $550 million, 7-mile highway project included the challenges of balancing an aggressive job schedule with exceeding the tough erosion and sediment control standards of Maryland throughout several stream valleys and a 2-mile-long environmental special protection area.
Working in a limited space with a five-week outage duration, the Kiewit team engineered, procured, constructed and performed startup of the air quality control system to tie it into Brayton Point’s Unit 3 at New England’s largest fossil fuel-fired power station.
Kiewit teamed with the owner early in the Langley Gulch Power Plant development to create a baseline, self-build proposal that was evaluated against outside competitors. Kiewit worked closely with the owner to develop a cost-competitive project.
The $53 million H-J Apron and Utilities project at Miami International Airport was part of the Miami Dade Aviation Department's South Terminal Expansion Program. The project was divided into 12 phases and included construction of an 80,000-square-yard Portland Cement Concrete apron around the proposed Concourse J.
This award-winning project allows migrating salmon and steelhead trout to bypass the Bonneville Dam and travel safely through the Columbia River. Kiewit Pacific Co. ultimately constructed a 3,000-ft.-long, high velocity concrete chute with 25-ft.-high walls to transport fish around the dam and through a new channel outfall.