The National Park Services Regional Headquarters is a LEED® Gold certified, three-story office building. The 68,000-square-foot building contains office and meeting rooms on the upper levels and a mixture of private and public spaces on the lower level. Public areas include exhibit spaces, book store, library and public meeting rooms.
The University of Nebraska Federal Credit Union project included demolition of the existing building, site improvements, foundation and basement construction and the construction of a two-story, steel-framed building with brick and metal panel veneer skin. Kiewit was also responsible for all interior finishes and site work for the facility, which houses the Credit Union's main retail location.
The Woodhouse renovations project involved the renovation and addition of multiple spaces at an auto dealership. The project included adding 3,500 square feet of showroom space, a 1,250 square foot parts receiving area and renovating a 40,000 square foot show room/office facility.
The City of Bakersfield awarded Kiewit Pacific Co., a subsidiary of Kiewit Corporation, a $29 million project to upgrade the existing Bakersfield Wastewater Treatment Plant. To date, this project is the largest contract the City of Bakersfield has ever awarded.
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.
The $16.3 million Carlisle project involved reconstructing 6.4 miles of I-40 from Lonoke to Carlisle, Ark. The work was completed 70 days ahead of schedule and included nearly 260,000 tons of asphalt, 180,000 square yards of rubblizing concrete and 76,000 feet of edge drain.
The city of Phoenix and Sky Harbor International Airport awarded Kiewit this project. Close coordination with air operations was critical to allow for continuous airline movement at all times. During the 1,030 construction days, project personnel worked more than 220,000 hours without any recordable incidents.
Kiewit Pacific Co. is constructing updates to the Waterman Treatment Plant originally constructed in 1974. The improvements will increase the plant's capacity from 15 million gallons per day to 30 million gallons per day. In an effort to modernize the plant, many of its facilities will be completely or partially torn down and replaced.
Completed nearly one year ahead of schedule, the $28 million I-20 Lane Replacement project involved replacing 13 miles of east and westbound Interstate 20. Additional work included roadway demolition and shoulder widening while maintaining traffic through this heavily traveled corridor.