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 Creighton University Brandeis Dining Hall Renovation was a design-assist, fast-track project completed in 89 calendar days while the building was occupied. The project renovated an existing cafeteria-style dining hall in to a modern-day food court with individual food-type stations. In addition, the project provided air conditioning to the main kitchen, upgraded the building’s electrical system and relocated the public restrooms.
University of Denver's Asbury Green student housing facility was the first LEED® certified multi-family housing project in Colorado. The 354 bed, four-level, wood-framed residence includes 171 units, with floor plans ranging from studio to four-bedroom apartments. Student common areas include a fitness studio, laundry facilities, and an interior courtyard featuring a fire pit and water feature. The facility also features a two-level, 257-stall underground parking structure.
The North San Diego County Transit Development Board awarded Kiewit a $3.7 million contract to install two miles of secondary mainline track. The project made it possible for trains to be shifted to and from the newly completed Stuart Mesa maintenance facilities. This project also included the construction of a high speed turnout — the first 90 mph turnout in North America.
A Kiewit-led joint venture completed this project in 42 months. Crews scheduled around three maintenance-of-traffic phases to complete renovations and repairs on the approximately 1-mile long, two-level, 10-lane bridge that spans the East River and connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Queens.
This $13 million project involved construction of two new pump stations, which included all structural, architectural, mechanical, and electrical requirements. At the request of the local community, the project team worked together with the owner to redesign and offer solutions to ultimately satisfy the local concerns regarding the aesthetics, which resulted in a Tuscan style building exterior. This project required extensive coordination with local residents, which included door-to-door contact, meetings, and flyers within the community.
Hailed as a “godsend” by The Wall Street Journal, 91 Express Lanes, the world's first fully automated toll road, is the result of a unique public-private partnership to improve California's transportation infrastructure. Completed in December 1995, the $126 million privately financed toll road project offers motorists four free-flowing lanes along the median of the Riverside (91) Freeway.
As part of its commitment to expand fuel diversity, Tennessee Valley Authority replaced its two oldest coal-fired units at the Paradise Fossil Plant with a natural gas-fired power plant. Kiewit was selected as the EPC contractor for the new 3x1 combined-cycle facility, which now generates 1,100 MW of power.