October 2014PennDOT awards three-year, $899 million contract to take care of bridges
Pennsylvania has awarded a $899 million contract to Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners to design, replace and maintain 558 bridges around the state for the next 25 years. The contract – the biggest ever awarded by PennDOT – uses a public-private partnership (P3) approach to tackling the state's problem with an abundance of structurally deficient bridges. It keeps the bridges under state ownership but transfers the responsibility for their design, construction and 25-year upkeep to this private sector team.
May 2014Walsh Underway on Major Segment of Chicago Riverwalk
The Chicago Riverwalk project will transform a six-block stretch of the downtown riverfront into a linear park with areas such as fountains, a theater, and room for recreational boats. Walsh Construction is underway on the first section of this project, which includes the three-block stretch from State Street to LaSalle Street.
May 2014SunRail is Open to the Public
Archer Western has completed the first phase of the SunRail in Orlando and its surrounding counties. After many years of planning, SunRail service picked up its first customers on Thursday, May 1st.
January 2014Archer Western Helps Ready Luke Air Force Base for the F-35 Program
In 2012, the Air Force designated Luke Air Force Base as a pilot-training site for F-35s, which are billed as the military's next generation of stealth fighters. As the base prepares to receive its first batch of fighter jets, Archer Western continues construction work on the Academic Training Center that will be used to train both pilots and support staff.