Tag: Baltimore


Engineer: Baltimore collapse will change how bridges are built

March 28, 2024

Via: Construction Dive

Safeguarding a bridge against a major collision with a container ship is not “economically feasible,” Ben Schafer, professor of civil and systems engineering at Johns Hopkins University said during a Wednesday call with reporters. Schafer called the Key Bridge protections […]

Construction Processes, Financial

Kiewit-Shea JV nabs $1B Baltimore Amtrak tunnel contract

February 7, 2024

Via: Construction Dive

Amtrak selected the Kiewit and J.F. Shea Construction joint venture to build the Frederick Douglass Tunnel in Baltimore, the rail agency announced in a Feb. 6 press release. It’s the second of three major components in an $6 billion program […]


Baltimore Construction Zone Crash Kills Six Workers

March 23, 2023

Via: ENR

Six construction workers were killed on March 22 when an apparently out-of-control passenger car careened into a work zone along the Interstate-695 Beltway in Baltimore. A preliminary investigation by the Maryland State Police indicates that the car, a gray Acura, […]

Construction Processes, Interaction of Expertise

Baltimore’s Port Covington project adds $5.5B mixed-use component

September 14, 2018

Via: Construction Dive

According to the memorandum of understanding between primary developer Sagamore Development and the city of Baltimore, the bonds that will help pay for the project’s estimated $1.4 billion of infrastructure will be supported by future incremental tax revenues generated by […]