7,000 feet of twin tube tunnel and a station from Times Square to the Hudson Yards to extend the No. 7 subway through Manhattan. A joint venture between J.F. Shea, Skanska USA Civil, and Schiavone. The project opened to the public in September of 2015.
Indianapolis Deep Rock Tunnel Connector
A joint venture between J.F. Shea and Kiewit, this 8-mile, 20.2 - foot diameter tube will help the growing city control waste water and sewage overflow.
ARROWHEAD TUNNELS PROJECT
Two, 19-foot diameter tunnels connecting the Devil’s Canyon water plant facility to the Diamond Valley Lake and providing a ready water storage source within the Los Angeles Basin.
MILWAUKEE NORTHWEST SIDE RELIEF PROJECT
This 37,400-foot long, 20-foot in diameter tunnel controls sewer overflows into the several local rivers flowing out into Lake Michigan, the fresh water source for many regional cities.
STATE OF GEORGIA, SOUTH COBB TUNNEL
This 6-mile, 27-foot diameter tunnel through hard rock provides long-term sewer conveyance while eliminating two major pumping stations and 87,000 linear feet of aging sewer line.
Corporate • 655 Brea Canyon Road • Walnut, CA 91789 • (909) 594-9500 Tunneling • 667 Brea Canyon Rd., Suite 22 • Walnut, CA 91789 • (909) 594-0990 Water • 667 Brea Canyon Rd., Suite 30 • Walnut, CA 91789 • (909) 595-4397 Redding • 17400 Clear Creek Rd. • Redding, CA 96001 • (530) 246-4292 Pennsylvania • 111 Thunder Rd. • Mount Pleasant, PA 15666 • (724) 423-4307