TIC, a subsidiary of Kiewit, was awarded the contract to build the O’Connor Gas Plant. The plant was designed for an initial capacity of 110 million cubic feet per day (MMcfd). Before completion, TIC was awarded a second contract to construct the expansion to 160 MMcfd.
The Blue Cross Centre is a LEED® Silver certified 316,000-square-foot building built to combine company operations in one central location. The 10-story facility has capacity for 1,500 employees and features an employee wellness area, dining facility, administrative spaces and more.
This $3.7 million project provided emergency repair to the eastbound and westbound Interstate 20 bridges in just 56 days. Vast resources, proper staffing and equipment allowed Kiewit to repair the bridges 10 days ahead of schedule and restore traffic to this major trucking route.
The Creighton Prep Heider Center project consisted of adding a 78,000-square-foot sports and recreation facility to the east side of the existing school building. The Heider Center is one of the largest, most comprehensive high school athletic venues in the region. The new facility includes a three-court gymnasium, weight room, technology classrooms and baseball stadium. The addition and renovation was the biggest upgrade to the school since its construction in the 1950s.
Part of restoring the Everglades to an ecologically balanced condition by reducing levels of phosphorous in the water created from farmland storm water run-off, the $2.3 million project included installing a new intake and pump station in Palm Beach County, Fla. Due to the remote location in the Everglades, Gilbert Southern Corp. maintained an on-site office throughout construction.
This $70 million project called for construction of the San Vicente Pump Station with three sets of 7,000 hp pumps and motors, surge control facility, and pipelines connecting the San Vicente Pump Station, San Vicente Pipeline, Moreno Lakeside Pipeline, and the San Vicente Interconnect Pipeline. This project was part of the San Diego County Water Authority's Emergency Storage Project and received the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Outstanding Water, Wastewater & Reuse Project award in 2010.
As the final contract of a series of four to upgrade the capacity of the existing bridge, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development selected a Kiewit-led joint venture to complete the $448 million project. The project added an additional lane in each direction to the Huey P. Long Bridge and with 8-foot emergency shoulders.
Parking Structure H is a $23 million, 435,000-square-foot structure located on a 4.8-acre site. The parking structure is the first to serve the University of Colorado at Denver Health Sciences Center's new Anschutz Medical Campus. Kiewit constructed six above-grade levels and one below-grade level, providing 1,540 parking stalls. Additional work included the lighting, signage, landscaping and irrigation, electrical feeder and transformer, and telecommunications and security systems.
TIC, a subsidiary of Kiewit, completed the construction for the initial plant and for the expansion. Phase 1 included site work, installation of concrete foundations, electrical building and transformer pad concrete with associated duct banks; 4500 CY of pipe rack foundations, and building foundations