A major component of San Diego’s capital improvements program to meet the water needs of its fast-growing population, this project increases WTP capacity from 140 to 215 MGD and provides a state-of-the-art facility with a 75-year design lifespan.
September 2001 marked the first issue of the Omaha World-Herald's new newspaper format, produced in its state-of-the-art, 320,000-square-foot, five-story Press Center. Kiewit completed the $55 million world-class complex in 26 months, including the installation of three 1,661-ton presses, the largest installation of such presses in North America.
The Nebraska Furniture Mart Distribution Center is a state-of-the-art warehouse and distribution center with a high-speed racking system that allows employees to fill 600 customer orders an hour. This project enclosed 511,000 square feet, approximately 12 acres, under one roof. A perimeter mezzanine added approximately 100,000 square feet of office space, furniture assembly, mechanical space and storage to the project for a total finished floor space of 611,000 square feet, or approximately 14 acres.
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.
Ibberson was awarded the contract to design and build a new 5,000 CWT per day soft wheat flour mill. The new mill was built next to the existing grain elevator. The project was constructed in partnership with Buhler, but was contracted separately with Mennel.
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.
Home to the Mesa State Mavericks college football team, Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction, Colo. is the most highly used field on the Western Slope, hosting as many as four football games a weekend. Kiewit also constructed new high hump, long jump and triple jump areas with polyurethane track to complete the facility.
The Antelope Station Grid Switching Expansion Project will allow an existing generating station to switch between the SPP and ERCOT grid systems. Kiewit Engineering and Design is designing the switch to a grid configuration consisting of a single-breaker, double-bus.
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 Lower Mattagami River Project is an investment into clean, renewable energy. It is the largest hydroelectric power generation initiative in nearly 40 years in Northern Ontario. Ontario Power Generation (OPG) selected Kiewit-Alarie, a Partnership (KAP) to administer the design-build project on the Mattagami River