Line Section 1 is the first Light Rail Transit system in Arizona. Though delivered by the traditional hard-bid method, Kiewit had a large hand in redesigning the project and resequencing tasks after encountering more than 600 unknown obstructions in approximately 14 months of work.
The Permanent Canal Closures and Pumps project (PCCP) was a fixed-price, design-build project that provided a permanent, more sustainable solution for reducing the risk of a 100-year level storm surge entering the outfall canals throughout the city of New Orleans.
The vivaNext - H3 Project is part of York Region Rapid Transit Corporation's plan for the next generation of rapid transit. The project includes the construction of rapidways — dedicated centre bus lanes — and 22 state-of-the-art station platforms. The 6.4-kilometre project will transform the Highway 7 corridor into a visually appealing and pedestrian-friendly environment.
The Bellevue Medical Center is a 265,000-square-foot facility designed and built to offer comprehensive patient services. A new medical office building located next to the main hospital added another 60,000 square feet to the project. It is the first full-service hospital in Bellevue, Neb. and was awarded LEED® Certification.
The Specialty Pediatric Center is the third major project Kiewit has built for Children's Hospital in the past 10 years. This $46 million, 135,000-square-foot, five-story addition was built to house more than 30 pediatric-focused clinics, including cardiology, oncology, neurology, allergy, asthma and dental. With the completion of this facility, Children's Hospital is able to meet the healthcare needs of nearly 60,000 children annually.
Working at a depth of 80 feet, crews from Kiewit Pacific Co. pumped groundwater from the excavation site at a rate of 14 million gallons per day to construct New Natomas and South River Pumping Stations. The scope of work at each site involves excavation support, dewatering, constructing new below-grade and at-grade concrete structures and installing mechanical equipment.
The Government Services Administration - U.S. Citizenship and Immigration (GSA CIS) Denver District Office is a 45,876-square-foot building featuring a core and shell, precast superstructure with an architectural precast exterior, ribbon windows and a segmented curtain wall. GSA CIS was designed to meet LEED® Silver guidelines and features including high-energy-performance curtain walls and window systems to minimize solar heat gain and maximize daylight; a high-performance mechanical system utilizing ground source heat pump and energy recovery units; native landscaping materials that require no irrigation system; and locally manufactured materials for structure, exterior skin and interior finishes.