Tag: Pittsburgh


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, […]

Construction Processes, Legal

Pittsburgh pursues sustainable deconstruction policy

April 27, 2021

Via: Construction Dive

Pittsburgh’s action to preserve materials from failing buildings follows a similar move by leaders in Portland, Oregon, almost five years ago, who said they were the first city in the U.S. to require such a deconstruction policy. Portland’s ordinance started […]

Sustainability, Uncategorized

$1.1B Pittsburgh airport modernization on hold amid coronavirus concerns

May 14, 2020

Via: Construction Dive

The coronavirus aside, the airport authority’s plan is to tear down an old U.S. Airways terminal and replace it with an updated one that will include ticketing, boarding, security, a new international arrival area and parking. The actual cost of […]

Construction Processes, Design

Design team unveils Terminal Modernization Program at Pittsburgh International Airport

February 26, 2019

Via: BDCNetwork

The design concept for the Terminal Modernization Program at Pittsburgh International Airport was unveiled on February 20 at a State of the Airport event and approved by the Allegheny County Airport Authority Board. The new terminal, designed by a joint […]

Construction Processes, Legal

Pittsburgh creates construction fraud task force

January 3, 2019

Via: Construction Dive

According to the resolution, construction is the fastest-growing industry in Pittsburgh. It states that fraud-related violations of city ordinances not only threaten the health and safety of residents and workers but “threaten the viability” of businesses that operate legitimately. The […]