The Hilton Hotel Expansion and Renovation project included the new construction of a six-story, 150 guest room tower located above the existing parking structure. This expansion accommodates large groups and special events, and provides additional availability for leisure and business guests.
The $87 million Sacramento River Water Treatment Plant expansion involves increasing the current facility's capacity by 60% to 160 million gallons per day. One of two plants that supply all of the drinking water for the City of Sacramento, the project will be finished in early 2005.
Kiewit has been working on The Nebraska Medical Center campus for over 60 years building new facilities and renovating existing buildings. The NMC campus contains more than 5 million square feet of space including hospital facilities, specialty medical facilities and academic facilities for nursing and medical students.
Kiewit completed the Benicia-Martinez Bridge in August 2007. The five-lane, 8,790-foot-long toll bridge carries northbound vehicles across the Carquinez Strait and connects the City of Benicia in Solano County and the City of Martinez in Contra Costa County. The bridge consists of 130 piles, 1,700-ton footings, 17 piers, 11 pier tables and 335 cast-in-place segments.
The Solider Family Care Center is a three-story healthcare facility that is connected to an existing hospital via a two-level connector. The center provides spacious examination and treatment rooms for physical therapy, occupational therapy, orthopedics, podiatry, chiropractic, social work, family medicine, pediatrics and dental, as well as portions of radiology and pharmacy.
Completed by Kiewit under a design-assist contract, the Island Pacific Academy was the first private school built in Kapolei. The $4.7 million, two-story, 28,000-square foot school accommodates pre-kindergarten through sixth grade students and provides a nearby alternative to the private schools in Honolulu.
Two large bridge structures and more than 6 kilometres of roadway were built connecting Calgary Trail and Ellerslie Road. Thorough planning by project personnel minimized the impact to the traveling public and allowed for completion of the project in June 2001.
T.E. Ibberson Company (Ibberson) was given the challenge of totally replacing or relocating the packaging system and empty-can conveying system at this facility without interrupting around-the-clock production. In addition to the rigors of working in an operating plant, the construction team was required to maintain an exemplary level of safety and sanitation.