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  • 2016 Triad Award Nominees

    Hanley Wood’s Commercial Construction Group is pleased to present project entries for the 2016 Triad Award program, sponsored by Concrete Construction, The Concrete Producer, and Public Works magazines, and LafargeHolcim.

  • Wet Weather Treatment Facility and Reservoir

    This project included the construction of a new cast-in-place concrete wastewater storage reservoir and wet weather treatment facility.

  • West Richland Street Waste Decant Facility

    The new Street Waste Facility provides ample room for maneuvering of the large vehicles and recessed docks to facilitate the unloading and cleaning. Decanted stormwater is collected in an underground collection system where it receives clarification and is then pumped into the headworks of the...

  • Urschel Pavilion at Central Park Plaza

    The Urschel Pavilion, which was funded by a generous donation from William E. Urschel and other locals, was designed to house the farmers market and other shops and activities during the spring and summer as well as a public ice skating arena during the late fall and winter.

  • Santee Town Center

    From the city’s desire to grow and develop in a thoughtful way, came the City of Santee’s “River View Office Park Master Plan.”  This plan details the continuation of development over the next ten years, and the “Enhanced Crossing” (which we refer to as Santee Town Center) portion of the plan...

  • Interstate 80 Reconstruction: Silver Creek Junction to Wanship, UT

    This project was awarded by UDOT to Geneva Rock Construction and the project schedule required the eastbound lanes to be constructed in the fall of 2014 with the westbound lanes being constructed in the spring of the following year.

  • Florida Polytechnic University

    $106 million, Phase I project for the new Florida Polytechnic University consists of multiple buildings situated on a 171-acre site and extensive underground enabling work.

  • Multiple Sewer Overflows Draw Criticism

    This reporter is irritated that Dallas Water Utilities didn't explain earlier how five, 100,000-gallon overflows affected drinking water. But as our article earlier this year notes, it can be difficult to know when to pull the trigger on public notification.

  • Construction on City's Unique 'Land Bridges' Begins

    The George Kaiser Family Foundation is spending $350 million on a park along the Arkansas River in downtown Tulsa, Okla. Ultimately, motorists will drive through tunnels topped with lush plantings.

  • State Gets $28 Million for High-Speed Rail

    Not to be confused with the 760 mph Hyperloop, maglev trains are almost (but not quite) as fast. Maryland just received seed money for a possible corridor between Baltimore and Washington, D.C.