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August 31, 2012

Honolulu approves $7.2M change order for rail constructor

Kiewit had asked for more than $13 million for the delays, but HART’s process determined that the $7.2 million was fair. The project is expected to be delayed for approximately a year.


August 1, 2012

Honolulu rail to create thousands of jobs

Within two years there will be 4,000 people working on the its rail project, HART says. Right now there are 1,400 people working on the rail project.


July 26, 2012

L.B. Foster to equip Honolulu rail for $60M

Awarded the contract by Kiewit/Kobayashi, a joint venture for the county-wide construction of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation transit system. It is the company’s largest rail products contract to date.


July 25, 2012

Denver RTD approves Kiewit rail extension proposal

The team includes Mass. Electric Construction Co., AECOM and RBC Capital Markets.


March 16, 2012

Denver RTD receives unsolicited FasTracks proposal

The proposal was submitted by Kiewit Infrastructure Co., which led the design-build construction team on the Transportation Expansion project – a joint highway/light rail project of RTD and the Colorado Department of Transportation. Kiewit is also currently constructing the transit improvements at Denver Union Station.


September 29, 2009

L.B. Foster to equip DART rail

Will supply direct fixation fasteners and bonded insulated joints for the first phase of the new Orange Line.


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