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Flatiron Proudly Announces New Project Awards

Below is a partial list of new projects awarded to Flatiron in recent months, thanks to the hard work and skills of our talented team members.

C-470 Tolled Express Lanes Segment 1
Location: Denver, Colorado
Owner: Colorado Department of Transportation
Contract Value: $215 million
Date: March 2016

Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Concourse “A” West Ramp Expansion, Phase 2, Site Preparation and Paving
Location: Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
Owner: City of Charlotte
Contract Value: $39.79 million (Flatiron / Blythe Development: Joint Venture)
Date: April 2016

South Bay Bus Rapid Transit, Segment 2
Location: Chula Vista, California
Owner: San Diego Association of Governments
Contract Value: $19.86 million
Date: April 2016

Disney Pumbaa Parking Bridge
Location: Anaheim, California
Owner: Walt Disney Imagineering
Contract Value: $15.2 million
Date: February 2016
Note: Bomel Construction Company Inc. was selected as the design-build contractor for the Pumbaa Parking Structure and Flyover project. Flatiron is a subcontractor to Bomel to construct the Disney Pumbaa Parking Bridge portion of the project.

Tower Road Widening
Location: Commerce City, Colorado
Owner: Commerce City
Contract Value: $27.6 million (Alternative A); $29.4 million (Alternative B)
Date: April 2016

Annual Pavement Rehabilitation Landside 2016
Location: Denver, Colorado
Owner: City and County of Denver
Contract Value: $3.36 million
Date: March 2016

US 84 Railroad Bridge Replacement
Location: Brownwood, Texas
Owner: Texas Department of Transportation
Contract Value: $8.48 million
Date: February 2016

Construction of Storm and Sanitary Sewers and Water Mains and Appurtenances in Markham Place
Location:  Staten Island, New York
Owner:  The City of New York Department of Design and Construction
Contract Value: $14.6 million
Date: April 2016

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