Walsh Construction

Walsh Construction, one of the largest contractors in the city of Chicago and in the United States, is leading the temporary conversion of a portion of the McCormick Place Convention Center into an Alternate Care Facility (ACF) for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) patients.

Solid progress is being made on the multi-year $227 million, design-build I-480 Valley View bridges deck replacement project in northeast Ohio, an Ohio Department of Transportation initiative that began in November 2017 and will be completed by June 30, 2024.

The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is currently heading up an interchange project in Allegheny and Washington counties. PA Turnpike 576, Section 55C2-1 is a project that extends from approximately 1 mi. west of I-79 in Allegheny County through an interchange connecting PA Turnpike 576 with I-79 and ends at Morganza Road just north of Cecil-Henderson Road in Washington County.

The Indiana Department of Transportation has awarded Walsh Construction Company II LLC a $164.8 million contract to transform 6 mi. of State Road 37 into Interstate 69. Walsh's proposal was the lowest price among four responsive bids and $7.8 million below estimate.

Walsh Construction and joint venture partner Fluor Corporation have broken ground on Phase One of the Chicago Transit Authority's (CTA) Red and Purple Line Modernization Program. The $2.1 billion project is the largest capital improvement in the history of the CTA.

Walsh Construction raised more than $80,000 at its seventh annual Pennsylvania regional charity golf outing, held June 6, in Farmington, Fayette, Pa., at the Nemicolin Renaissance Resort and Golf Club. Charity recipients include Rebuilding Pittsburgh Together, St.

Following completion of the Phase 5A of its Mill Creek Expressway project, the Ohio Department of Transportation will award two more major contracts to general contractors to complete the 11-phase project in greater Cincinnati that started in 2010 and is scheduled for completion in 2025.

Only a few contracts remain to be completed in the Ohio Department of Transportation's 11-phase I-75 Mill Creek Expressway project in Greater Cincinnati, an initiative started in April 2010 and valued at between $550 million and $650 million. The project is resurfacing and adding lanes to I-75 between the Paddock Road interchange and the Western Hills Viaduct and also includes improvements to the interchanges at Hopple Street, I-74, Mitchell Avenue, Norwood Lateral and Paddock Road — a stretch of approximately 8 mi.

Work is set to begin in March on Segment 2 of the $1.6 billion I-75 modernization project in Oakland County, Mich., part of the Detroit metropolitan area. The roadway is the most heavily used commuter route in the county, with 174,000 vehicles traveling it daily.

Batting severe flooding and a lake that seemed to rise and fall at will, a contractor accelerated the replacement of a 94-year-old Kentucky bridge and finished the job 11 months ahead of the original schedule. The new Kennedy Mill Bridge connecting Kentucky's Mercer and Garrard counties across Herrington Lake, originally due for completion in November 2019, officially opened to traffic Dec.

Walsh Construction Company crews began the initial work on the Ohio Department of Transportation's (ODOT) $227 million I-480 Valley View bridges deck replacement project last November, with major work set to resume. The two bridges link Valley View with Independence, and cross the Cuyahoga River, Ohio and Erie Canal and CSX rail lines.