Archer WesternArcher Western keeps safe and on time as it builds a project for Virginia DOT.

By Alan Dorich

As one of the nation’s largest contractors, Archer Western has the expertise for almost any heavy highway project. “Archer Western delivers transportation projects of many sizes and complexities,” Project Manager Pedro Doldan says. “It’s good to work for a company that can take on challenging projects.”

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Harrison & Burrowes Bridge Constructors diversifies its portfolio while remaining true to its core competencies.
By Jim Harris

Harrison & Burrowes Bridge Constructors Inc. prides itself on being reliable. “We’ve developed a reputation over the past 38 years as being the guys who, when we are the apparent low bidder, will get it done right, on schedule and under budget without any headaches or hassles along the way,” Vice President Chris DiStefano says.

The Glenmont, N.Y.-based company has earned its reputation through the efforts of its executives and other staff. Harrison & Burrowes’ five executive managers are DiStefano and his father, Jeff DiStefano, who co-founded the company in 1980 and serves as CEO; President Mark Klingbeil; Vice President Steve Avveduti, and Secretary/Treasurer Ann Marie Olsen-Geitner. Combined, the five have nearly 170 years of combined experience. Several of the company’s superintendents have worked for it for 30 years or more.

“Once people come here, they don’t go anywhere else,” Chris DiStefano says. “Our people take pride in what they do and are proud to work here. Even when they’re not at work, you’ll see them wearing a Harrison & Burrowes-branded hoodie or hat.

“We treat everyone here equally and with respect,” DiStefano adds. “We expect a lot of our employees, and we know the construction season in New York is long, but we are a pretty easy company to work for.”

ContiRoute2954 copyConti Enterprises nears completion on phase two of New Jersey’s Interstate 295 project.

By Kat Zeman

Although the entire $900 million Direct Connection project isn’t slated for completion until fall 2021, phase two along Interstate 295 in New Jersey is nearly 70 percent complete.

Edison, New Jersey-based Conti Enterprises is one of four general contractors charged with construction improvements along the busiest and most congested interchanges in New Jersey. Conti is a multinational developer and builder of complex facilities and heavy civil and transportation projects for both the private and public sectors.

Conti’s portion of the mammoth-sized project involves the reconstruction of Interstate 295, Interstate 76, New Jersey State Route 42 and affected roadway segments traversing the boroughs of Camden County.

Conti Newark picConti Enterprises is collaborating closely with its client and partners to ensure the success of its latest project.
By Bianca Herron

Founded in 1906, Conti Enterprises is a fourth-generation privately owned construction leader specializing in heavy civil construction, specifically infrastructure improvement projects.

The Edison, N.J.-based company celebrated its 110-year anniversary last year. Project Manager Keith Abt attributes the company’s success to its people, noting that Conti’s workforce sets the company apart from its competitors. “Everyone working in the organization is the cream of the crop,” he says proudly.

Prince Contracting copyPrince Contracting puts the finishing touches on the I-75 at University Parkway project while taking on new contracts due to damage from Hurricane Irma.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers

For three decades, Prince Contracting has been a civil construction leader in Florida specializing in highway, heavy construction and site development, self-performing a majority of its work. It is because of its expertise that the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) chose it to build the state’s first diverging diamond interchange, which is also the largest in the country.

The high-profile I-75 at University Parkway in Manatee and Sarasota counties is a $74.5 million, 745-day project that started in August 2015. The diverging diamond interchange opened in May and Prince is about 90 percent completed with the project.

McGuireHester pic 2McGuire and Hester tackles groundbreaking projects in northern California. 

Some people dream about building castles in the sky. McGuire and Hester is building a roof-top park. The Alameda, Calif.-based heavy civil engineering and construction company is part of a groundbreaking $2.3 billion project that will be the first of its kind. “We are building a world-class 5.4-acre park about 70 feet in the air,” President Mike Hester says. “It will be a signature project the Bay area.”

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