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.
Kiewit constructed the Dry Creek Pedestrian Bridge, The 760-foot covered walkway is the longest single pedestrian bridge span to date over Interstate 25 and connects the light rail station on the west side of the highway with the Inverness business park on the east side.
Kiewit provided owner's engineering services to Duke Energy for their Hines Energy Complex. The scope included a technology and feasibility study and subsequent delivery of owner specifications for EPC delivery of a combustion turbine inlet chilling system.
Kiewit was selected by Kansas City Power & Light to provide engineering and design assistance to replace the existing boiler ventilation fans, dampers and associated electrical components of the Sibley Generation Station Boiler Building--a coal-fired facility. Four ventilation fans were added around the boiler envelope on levels 2 and 3 to more effectively cool the boiler and associated equipment. The east wall of the boiler/turbine building will be cut to add additional intake openings and motorized dampners to aid in proper ventilation of the building.
This $28.4 million project to construct three new buildings at Hickman Air Force Base included a flight simulator facility, squadron operations facility and consolidated maintenance complex. The 14-month project included extensive environmental conservation measures to protect land, water, wildlife and air resources.
The $56 million Puget Sound Carrier Support Complex project included construction of a 1,680-foot-long by 126-foot-wide carrier pier and a 470-foot-long by 144-foot-wide marginal wharf for escort vessels. Ship service utilities included steam, potable water, sanitary sewer, and shore power electrical service and communications lines.
The ACI Worldwide office building is a three-story facility enclosing 165,625 square feet of office, data center, training room, cafeteria and exercise room space. The long-span, steel-framed structure provides column-free open office areas. The building is clad in two-tone precast concrete panels with aluminum windows featuring sun screens at south and west exposures.