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.
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.
Fay was contracted for the removal and replacement of existing lift gates 9 and 10 at the Montgomery Lock and Dam. When complete, the work at Montgomery will address reliability concerns by replacing the aging and deteriorated auxiliary chamber with a new primary chamber.
For six years, Fay was heavily involved in several different aspects of the construction of Shell's new ethylene cracker plant.
Fay recently upgraded Berth 3 of Seagirt Marine Terminal to meet the requirements of post Panamax ships that call on the port and accommodate bigger ships.