More stories about Projects

  • Midtown Tunnel Project

    When completed in 2016, the new 3,800-foot concrete-reinforced tunnel will provide a separate road that allows two lanes of traffic in both directions, doubling capacity beneath the Elizabeth River.

  • Innovative Paving in Illinois

    Expanding and improving the I-90 Illinois Tollway in 2014 was a massive project. Despite the political sensitivity of the project, or perhaps because of it, the concrete mixes combined multiple innovative materials to result in a durable yet sustainable mix.

  • Fibers in Concrete Mix Design

    The use of concrete fibers to reinforce bridges and roads is becoming more popular and setting the standard for the industry.

  • 2015 Triad Award Runner-Up: The Davis Wade Stadium Expansion and Renovation

    The Davis Wade Stadium (DWS) expansion and renovation project was announced in the spring of 2012. It included expansion of the stadium north end zone, along with a new concession concourse below west side seating.

  • 2015 Triad Award Runner-Up: Illinois Tollway I-90 Westbound Mainline Paving Upgrades

    The Illinois Tollway is a revenue bond-financed administrative agency of the State of Illinois that is solely funded by user-fee and concession revenue.

  • 2015 Triad Award Nominee: SR 193, UPRR Overpass Retaining Wall

    SR 193 is a major east/west corridor in Northern Utah that connects Hill Air Force Base and the Freeport Center (Clearfield, Utah’s major industrial park) to Interstate 15.

  • Precast Concrete is a Highlight of new Stadium

    Precast Producer Clark Pacific manufactured 40 million pounds of precast concrete for Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. The project demanded a quality form release agent.

  • Panama Airport Expansion

    Airport project included expanding the passenger terminal by 224,200 square feet, and updating boarding bridges, escalators, baggage processing, and flight control systems.

  • Concrete Rehabilitation work in Utah

    Even after decades of use, the pavement was still in good enough condition to save, so UDOT elected to perform concrete pavement preservation (CPP).

  • The Concrete Canal

    Using 6.5 million cubic yards of concrete, the Panama Canal is the largest ongoing construction project in the world.