The Newport News Federal Courthouse is a 35,000-square-foot, LEED® Silver certified facility. The interior structural, security and utility work included the construction of courtrooms, jury rooms, judges' chambers, office areas for administrative and security personnel, and a two-story lobby with sitting areas and restrooms.
Mass. Electric Construction Co (MEC) installed an 880 KW roof mounted PV system on the Waltham High School in Massachusetts. The scope of work included PV modules- 3080 each LG250 mods; inverters 2 each- Solaron 333kW; an Hb Solar Mounting System (100% ballasted) including ballast; Solar BOS fused Combiner Boxes; Data Acquisition System (DAS); and (8) 200A rated Fusible DC Disconnect.
The $5 million petfood facility concept was formulated by the design team from T.E. lbberson Company (Ibberson) and the engineers from the Country Foods Division of Agway. The concept was then turned over to Ibberson's engineers and construction personnel who carefully worked through all stages of engineering, construction and start-up.
This $89 million project involved the construction of a 15-million-gallon-per-day water reclamation plant and process facilities for the 2.9 million people in the San Diego area. Just months after award, the client doubled the plant's capacity and selected the on-site Kiewit Pacific Co. team to handle the additional work.
The J. James Exon Regional FBI Headquarters is a multi-building, secure campus that includes a 97,800-square-foot office building, 49,400-square-foot parking garage and a 14,500-square-foot annex building. The main four-story building achieved LEED® Gold certification and incorporated numerous sustainable design features.
Olympus included the fabrication and integration of a 5,000-ton, 192 person-on-board (POB) living quarters for the Shell Olympus Topsides located in the Gulf of Mexico. The structure includes four levels plus an elevated helideck. This 50,000-square-foot facility sailed away in the summer of 2013 following integration.
While working in a narrow corridor in downtown Dallas next to pedestrian and vehicular traffic, Kiewit finished this $58.6 million, 7,000-foot light rail project through downtown Dallas in November 1996. The project involved utility relocation; street and sidewalk reconstruction; installation of light-rail track; and construction of passenger stations.
The Kaiser Moanalua Medical Center includes a five-story, 135,000-square-foot tower. The project included new construction totaling 165,000 square feet and renovations and upgrades totaling 80,000 square feet. The scope of work included construction and renovations to the emergency department; interventional imaging and radiology areas, sterile processing, clinical laboratory, operating rooms, surgical intensive care, patient rooms, pediatric department, and the labor and delivery department.