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Construction progress photos from LaGuardia Airport during January 2019
Built by Archer Western and Herzog Contracting Group, the 27-mile commuter rail line connects downtown Fort Worth to DFW Airport.
The new Ryan Fieldhouse and Walter Athletics Center is ready to transform Northwestern University and its Athletic Department.
We care about our people, the communities in which we work, and the families who live there. That's why, at The Walsh Group, safety is our culture.
The renovation project included landscaping, public art, bigger platform canopies to protect against the weather, and elevator and escalator improvements
Engineering News-Record selects the new Davis Barracks as the best residential project of 2018.
Walsh-Fluor Design-Build Team to design and construct $2.1 billion project for Chicago Transit Authority
A major project milestone, the new concourse within the redeveloped Terminal B opens at LaGuardia Airport.
The new Kennedy Mill Bridge is complete and safely connects Kentucky’s Mercer and Garrard counties across Herrington Lake.
Dallas Area Rapid Transit approves a $783 million contract to design and build the Cotton Belt commuter rail line.
MB Real Estate, Walsh Construction/Walsh Investors and Rockford Construction to build MSU's new Research Center
The Victor will be comprised of 344 luxury residences, and the 39-story high-rise tower will stand taller than any other residential community in Victory Park.
The Walsh Group has been named among the top workplaces with the best company culture for 2018 by Comparably, a workplace culture and compensation monitoring site.
The Ryan Fieldhouse and Walter Athletics Center project, on the campus of Northwestern University, has been named Project of the Year by ENR Midwest
Development Entity Completes Milestone Bridge as Part of PennDOT Public-Private Partnership
2.4 mile Hilltop Tacoma Link Extension which extends the current rail line from the Theatre District in downtown Tacoma to the Stadium District and Hilltop neighborhoods.
Built by The Walsh Group, the Annex includes six hold room gates where passengers are shuttled to and from an aircraft parked away from the terminal building.
Built by Walsh Construction, the $318 million project has replaced the Whittier Bridge while adding highway capacity and multimodal features.
Archer Western Construction’s Manager of Alternative Pursuits David Pupkiewicz is one of 20 industry leaders chosen as the 2018 inaugural class of DBIA Fellows.
The Walsh Group welcomes Steve Skinner to its professional staff as Vice President and Business Group Leader.
For the sixth consecutive year, The Walsh Group is listed as the largest bridge builder in the United States by Engineering News-Record magazine.
Engineering News-Record magazine ranks The Walsh Group as top builder of water treatment plants, desalination plants and wastewater treatment plants in 2018.
The Sheridan at Park Ridge, a new senior living and memory care community built by Walsh Construction.
Bates Technical College and the state Department of Enterprise Services selected The Walsh Group and Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects as the design-build team for the $43.7
Construction team places final steel beam atop the new 47-story apartment tower at 1326 S. Michigan Avenue
Walsh Construction to build affordable housing complex on Chicago's north side.
$98 million automobile parts manufacturing plant is a major step in the continued revitalization of Detroit.
The 4.1 Mile Orange County Streetcar Line will connect Santa Ana and Garden Grove in Southern California.
Photos capture progress on the new 60-story tower being built along the Chicago River.
The Walsh Group has been ranked No. 10 in Engineering News-Record's 2018 Top 100 Green Building Contractors list
Northwest Express Roadbuilders, a joint venture led by Archer Western, completes construction on 29.7 miles of reversible managed lanes.
The $293 million project lowered 1.4 miles of at-grade railroad track into a new 2.2-mile long trench in San Gabriel, Calif.
Walsh/Consigli JV reaches project milestone on the largest construction project in Poughkeepsie, New York.
Expansion includes laboratory technology, comprehensive cancer care, outpatient surgery and clinics.
Crews work in continuous shifts to replace westbound portion of heavily traveled Boston bridge in 15.5 days.
The two-story, 64,000-square-foot building will be located at Glenn Research Center in Cleveland.
Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners commemorates final prestressed beam cast on PA Rapid Bridge Replacement Project.
Walsh to rebuild the Merchants Bridge Main Spans and East Approach spanning between St. Louis, Missouri and Venice, Illinois.
Seattle regional office and project teams join Food Lifeline's Food Frenzy to end hunger.
Estimators Stephanie Littlefield and Courtney Donahue Vigrass have been named 2018 Women in Construction award by Constructech Magazine.
La Grange Outpatient Center will include six orthopedic operating rooms, a sterile processing department and a cardiac department.
Alta Grand Central will include 346 units and span across 368,000-square-feet.
Workers on Vassar Brothers Medical Center Pavilion recite Pledge of Allegiance to start each day.
Walsh Construction will be the Construction Manager for the $14 million Innovation Wing that will provide open-concept wet research labs and translational research labs.
Walsh Construction joins dignitaries, elected officials and project leaders to officially begin construction on the 345,000-square-foot structure.
Chicago's historic 345,000-square-foot Beaux Arts structure is about to be transformed into a mixed-use development.
We are proud to follow and share our vision, mission and values, they are the philosophies by which we operate.
We are recognized as one of the nation’s largest contractors, offering seamlessly integrated services to plan, finance, build, outfit, operate, and maintain the full lifecycle of a project.
Ray shares his story about how taking an opportunity to intern with Walsh changed his career interests. Today, he is a project engineer working on some of our largest projects across the United States.
Byron shares his story of choice, from overcoming life's challenges to stressing workplace safety. The choices we make not only affect ourselves, but also those around us. Nothing is more important than safety, and Byron explains that in all circumstances on the jobsite, the first choice we make should always be safety.
Senior Superintendent Rob Bolt shares his story and 36 years of experience at Walsh. Rob discusses how he comes to work every day to do his best every day.
The creation of Chicago's next great parks - Maggie Daley Park, the 606, the Riverwalk, and Fullerton Shoreline - brings highly-functional green space to the city's unique urban setting.
Executive leaders Sean Walsh and Dan Walsh Jr. reflect on the Actively Caring culture of Walsh.
Walsh crews document the critical pick of the steel framed cab that will sit atop the new air traffic control tower at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. The successful operation was the result of months of planning and an unwavering commitment to workplace safety.
The Walsh Group’s commitment to sustainability is evident in the completion of a new corporate headquarters expansion, which is LEED Platinum certified. An existing warehouse was re-purposed into a four-story office building totaling over 93,000 gross square feet.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Daniel K. Inouye Regional Center is a reuse of historic hangars and new construction on a historic landmark site.
Walsh Construction’s rise to preeminence in the construction business began with the arrival of Matthew Myles Walsh in Chicago in 1893.
The Walsh Group’s commitment to sustainability is evident in the completion of a new corporate headquarters expansion, which is LEED Platinum certified.
The Seattle VAPS Seismic System Corrections project includes the system seismic corrections for 277,500 SF of the Puget Sound Healthcare System.
For the past 20 years, The Walsh Group has consistently been an industry leader in the performance of general contracting, construction management, and design-build projects.
The Walsh Group is a very large, financially sound company with a small, family-owned feel.
The RDU Terminal C project consists of a 920,000 SF terminal and concourse facility featuring over 30 boarding gates.
The Dan Ryan expressway was first designed in 1963 with just over 150,000 vehicles travelling on the roadway.
Walsh served as the prime contractor of the $175 million reconstruction of a 6-mile stretch of I-70 in Indianapolis.
Walsh was the General Contractor for the creation of this 60-foot diameter sunken caisson pump station, concrete spillway.
Sherman Hospital is a $325 million replacement hospital in Elgin, IL.
Walsh Construction designed and built the 33-story structure that accommodated 4,400 occupants. Twelve years later, we are the construction manager expanding it to 57 stories and 8,000 occupants.
Archer Western is the construction manager and general contractor for the DART light rail expansion program.
We have built an industry wide reputation for innovation, producing superior solutions nationwide through a strong commitment to continuous learning , leading edge technology, safety, and quality.
This is the largest of 10 contracts in the I-355 South Extension Corridor Improvement Plan.
The North Airport Traffic Control Tower is part of the $6.6 billion O’Hare Modernization Plan.
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