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Pittsburgh International Airport Project Bridges Divides

April 15, 2022

Via: ENR

About a month after winning a nearly $6-million general works package as part of a $1.4-billion modernization at Pittsburgh International Airport in December 2021, Waller Corp. mobilized staff, including a superintendent, safety manager and seven laborers to start. The Washington, Pa.-based minority-owned general contractor/construction management firm will increase the number of laborers on the job as it progresses.

Ann Sekely, vice president of business development for Waller, praises the airport’s work to increase disadvantaged contractor participation in construction during the last few years, saying they “have done a tremendous job of promoting MWBE firms and holding the larger firms accountable in meeting the airport’s participation goals on every project put out for bid.”

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