This project is constructing a 30-mile long flood diversion channel that is designed to protect Moorhead, Fargo and West Fargo from flooding for 100 years.
S&B USA is part of Bridging Pennsylvania Developers (BPD), a group that formed as a response to the PennDOT Pathways Program, which is rapidly addressing the state's growing backlog of rehabilitation needs for major bridges that are approaching the end of their lifespan.
This project constructed four toll lanes on SH 288 in Houston, TX to address congestion and improve the functionality of these interchanges to make travel more direct and accessible.
This project plans to build two new parallel cast-in-place segmental bridges to replace the current steel deck truss bridge that was built in 1953.
Fay will replace two 19th century 27-ft closed-spandrel brick masonry arches with modern steel girder and concrete deck bridge superstructures.
Fay is in the design phase of a progressive design-build project that will increase the clearance of the Howard Street Tunnel from 19 to 21 feet to permit the safe passage of double-stack trains.
This project will improve the I-64/I-464 interchange by providing a direct connection between I-64 eastbound and Route 168 southbound via I-464 southbound.
Fay was recently awarded a contract to design and build a new network of roads as part of a larger modernization plan at Pittsburgh International Airport; the highlight of the project is a dual-level bridge that leads to the new terminal.
This project transformed Coliseum Lake into a stormwater treatment facility for a 362-acre watershed.
The Ft. Eustis Bridge, the entrance to Joint Base Langley-Eustis, was widened during its reconstruction to provide better access.
Fay, S&B USA Construction constructed a three-acre public park to connect a historic neighborhood to downtown Pittsburgh. This bridge-like structure over I-579, a major highway in Pittsburgh, adds much-needed recreational space, rain gardens, and multi-modal transportation solutions to the urban area.
This project extended the Martin Luther King Expressway to provide a shorter, more direct route to the Downtown Tunnel from Portsmouth.