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McCarthy Keeps Water Flowing in Desert

Clean water is important for any city. But it is especially essential for desert communities like Glendale and Peoria in the Phoenix, Ariz., metro area. When it came time to update and expand the cities' aging water infrastructure, they turned to contractor McCarthy Building Companies and engineering firm Black & Veatch....


Contractors from Utah, Texas, Indiana, Connecticut Receive 2022 ARTBA National Contractor Safety Awards

Transportation construction companies from four states were recognized Sept. 26 for their outstanding employee safety programs during the American Road & Transportation Builders Association's (ARTBA) Annual Convention, held in Nashville, Tenn....


Colorado's Central 70 Project Achieves Major Construction Milestone

The Colorado Department of Transportation's Central 70 Project has successfully completed the last major milestone on Interstate 70, which marks the end of major construction impacts on the roadway....


Stacey and Witbeck Completes $101M Ogden BRT Line

General contractor Stacey and Witbeck recently completed the $101 million Ogden bus rapid transit (BRT) line for the 5.3-mi. transit connection between downtown Ogden and the campuses of Weber State University and McKay-Dee Hospital....


Crews, Officials Celebrate Porter Rockwell Bridge Finish

Construction crews, local officials and the Utah Department of Transportation recently celebrated the completion of the Porter Rockwell Boulevard Bridge, which marked the final segment required to connect Porter Rockwell Boulevard to Redwood Road and 14600 South....


Utah's Bridges Rank First

Utah's bridges are the best maintained in the nation, according to a recent report issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Highways Administration (FHWA). Utah has the lowest percentage of bridges on the National Highway System (which includes interstates and other key U.S....


Dish Soap Helps Move Million-Pound Bridge

Crews from Wadsworth Bros. Construction Company used some innovation to execute a bridge slide in Cedar City, Utah. Working with the Utah Department of Transportation, the Draper-based general contractor managed to slide a 1.1-million-lbs....


Officials Want to Reconstruct Popular Dino Tracksite Trail

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Moab Field Office (MFO) proposes to rebuild a popular paleontological attraction, the Mill Canyon Dinosaur Tracksite Trail. The BLM proposes to rebuild the trail using safer and more durable materials than those utilized in the original raised wooden boardwalk, which was built in 2014....


Layton, Partners Pour 15 Million Lbs. of Concrete in SLC

Layton Construction recently completed one of the largest continuous concrete pours in Utah state history. Crews from the Sandy-based contractor successfully placed 15.7 million lbs. of concrete in a 13-hour window for a 500,000-sq.-ft....


Construction Crews Turn to Dish Soap to Aid Bridge Slide

The Utah Department of Transportation recently slid a 1.1-million-lb. bridge into place using dish soap to smooth the slide via a hydraulic system. The entire accelerated bridge construction took approximately one year to complete, but the soap-enhanced portion was completed in four hours....






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