Skanska USA Building Inc


Skanska USA Building Inc is listed in the Construction Management category in Orlando, Florida. Displayed below are the social networks for Skanska USA Building Inc which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Skanska USA Building Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 96.

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60 N Court Ave
Orlando, FL 32801
(407) 839-2925
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RT @MBUSAnews: The first precast concrete slab of the parking deck is flying into place at the new @MBUSA HQ in @SandySpringsGA. Constructe…

Raising a bridge that sees 1.5M commuters each year & allows for new “panamax” ships – check out our @BayonneBr…

RT @MTA: “The station is just thrilling… I feel happy when I go down ther

#Construction is underway at our @MercedesBenz headquarters project in #Atlanta

Working hard to support #CA's Inland Empire community, where we've worked for a century, in repairing the I-15

On Monday, our Skanska-Kiewit joint venture project team celebrated the opening of the new northbound roadway of the Bayonne Bridge. Connecting New York and New Jersey, the newly opened roadway sits 64 feet higher than the original. After demolition of the lower span is completed this summer, the bridge will allow for a total of 215 feet of clearance above the main shipping channel below. The extra clearance is essential in accommodating “New Panamax” ships, which are the latest and largest generation of container vessels named for the newly expanded Panama Canal. The project is one of the most technical engineering challenges Skanska has ever undertaken, and we take great pride in the commitment and ingenuity of our team. “This is the most significant milestone yet for all of the people involved in this once-in-a-lifetime project—and a giant step towards the project’s completion,” said Keith Chouinard, Senior Vice President, Skanska USA. Thank you to our amazing team at Bayonne! Read more about the project on our blog:
On Monday, February 20, 2017, our Skanska-Kiewit joint venture project team celebrated the opening of the new northbound roadway of the Bayonne Bridge. Con

Skanska USA shared Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital's live video.
We are LIVE from our Topping Out Celebration with Skanska USA, which marks the halfway point of construction and lifting of the final beam on the top level of the Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Research & Education Building. Tune in to hear more about this project and watch as the final beam is placed atop the building:

Take a spin around the planet with Dream Big: Engineering Our World, a new IMAX film highlighting engineers from across the globe. From China and Nepal to Dubai, Australia, and Haiti back to Seattle, San Francisco, and Phoenix, the movie debuts during National Engineers Week, February 19-25. By inspiring children, the film aims to encourage them to become innovators, educators and leaders who will improve the lives of people across the planet through unique engineering solutions, educators, and leaders who will improve the lives of people across our entire planet. Stayed tuned next week when we feature some insights from our own engineers at Skanska in honor of National Engineers Week! #DreamBig MacGillivray Freeman
Dream Big: Engineering Our World, a film for IMAX and giant-screen theaters is being released Feb. 17 across the country in conjunction with Engineers Week, Feb. 19-25

Skanska USA shared Equipment Today's post.
Check out the latest progress at our 99 M Street SE in Washington DC! Congrats, team!
It takes 288 tons of steel to shore up this Capitol Riverfront project in Washington D.C. Skanska USA
Skanska solves soft soil with 72 4-ton steel rakers and 360 concrete piles at 99 M St. SE.

Across the country, steady population growth and the desire for multiple transport options has led to the increase in demand for subways, intercity rails, street cars, and bus rapid transit. Our work on projects such as the Second Avenue Subway in Manhattan, and the Purple Line Extension and Expo Line Transit Rail in Los Angeles prove that this new era of transportation shows no signs of slowing down. “This trend won’t be stopping,” says Rich Cavallaro, CEO of Skanska USA. “Cities need to be connected—and that starts with the ability to move freely. We’re also seeing some long-haul stuff between states.” With the goal of transforming transportation facilities into multimodal hubs, cities are working to meet the rising demand by updating existing stations and building new ones from scratch. We are proud to be a part of building the infrastructure that brings communities together.
Election Day 2016 marked a new era of hope for the U.S. mass-transportation construction sector—and it went beyond presidential promises.