We've been awarded a $30 million contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to remove the historic Monongahela River Locks and Dam 3 in Elizabeth. This project is a crucial part of the Lower Monongahela River reconstruction, creating 30 miles of unimpeded navigable waterways.
Highway caps such as Pittsburgh's Frankie Pace Park manage stormwater while rejoining communities.
This article from Aspire Magazine details the I-579 Cap, 'Frankie Pace Park,' constructed by Fay, S&B USA Construction.
Work has started on the I-81 Susquehanna Bridge as part of the PennDOT Major Bridges P3 project! The entire PennDOT Major Bridges project consists of five additional bridge locations in the Commonwealth.
Fay is on track to complete the George Washington Boulevard Overpass in Ashburn, VA almost six months ahead of schedule. This project aims to reduce traffic congestion for the average of 93,000 vehicles that use Rt. 7 and the average of 12,000 vehicles that use George Washington Boulevard every day.
Almost 7 years after Pennsylvania signed its first P3 agreement, the Commonwealth reached financial close on another significant bridges project - Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's (PennDOT) first package of the Major Bridges P3 Redevelopment Package 1 program.
The Major Bridges Package One Project was one of the standout US P3 deals of 2022. Developed using an innovative pre-development agreement (PDA) structure, the project entails rehabilitating six bridges in Pennsylvania and took just nine months to get from awarding to financial close.
Adding to the already impressive list of awards, the I-579 cap project received a Transportation Award in the Best Non-Highway Bridge category as part of the 2023 PCI Design Awards. The PCI Design Awards showcase and recognize creative and innovative uses of precast concrete.
We are excited to announce that the PennDOT Major Bridges P3 program reached financial close today! As a construction partner of Bridging Pennsylvania Partners (BPP), we are looking forward to working on the replacement of 6 sets of bridges.
Fay, S&B USA Construction was pleased to be part of the celebration of our I-579 Cap project winning a regional America's Transportation Award from the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) in the "Quality of Life/Community Development" category.
The Pittsburgh Business Times features an article about Fay being awarded a $270 million contract from the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission for the Beaver River Bridge project.
Joseph B. Fay, a subsidiary of S&B USA, was awarded the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission's (PTC) Beaver River Bridge project, located in North Sewickley Township, Beaver County.