Skanska Serves the Water and Wastewater Industry

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Skanska Serves the Water and Wastewater Industry
We are very pleased with the project results. The cost and schedule performance was impressive as the project was
delivered on budget and consent decree milestones were met. The $1.3 billion construction project was executed in a
manner that validated our confidence in the team itself and in the delivery approaches implemented, all resulting in some
of the best delivery performance metrics earned on any major DEP capital construction project.
Michael Borsykowsky, PE, Assistant Commissioner
Bureau of Engineering Design & Construction, NYC Department of Environmental Protection
Skanska USA
www.usa.skanska.com
Corporate/Northeast
75-20 Astoria Boulevard, Suite 200
Queens, NY 11370
tel: 718.340.0777
Boston
125 Cambridgepark Drive, Suite 401
Cambridge, MA 02140
tel: 617.218.5900
Skanska Koch
400 Roosevelt Avenue
Carteret, NJ 07008
tel: 732.969.1700
Southeast
295 Bendix Road, Suite 400
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
tel: 757.578.4100
Midwest
401 N.W. First Street
Evansville, IN 47708
tel: 812.423.7832
Northwest
221 Yale Avenue North, Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98109
tel: 206.726.8000
Skanska Serves the Water and
Wastewater Industry
Skanska, one of the world’s largest and premier contractors, provides all types of heavy civil, mechanical,
and process construction services for the water and wastewater industry. These include:
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Canals and channels
Combined sewer overflow facilities
Dams
Fish collectors
Heavy structural concrete
Hydroelectric plants
Lift stations
Membrane-lined impoundments
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Odor-control facilities
Pipelines
Pump stations
Reservoirs
Solids handling facilities
Underground utilities
Water and wastewater treatment plants - including membrane,
ultraviolet, and conventional treatment processes
West
1995 Agua Mansa Road
Riverside, CA 92509
tel: 951.684.5360
Arizona
14050 North 83rd Avenue, Suite 280
Peoria, AZ 85381
tel: 623.487.5200
Rocky Mountain
22419 Road G
Cortez, CO 81321
tel: 970.565.8000
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Cover photo: Catskill/Delaware Ultraviolet Light Disinfection Facility
Water and
Wastewater
Projects
Catskill/Delaware Water Treatment,
Ultraviolet Light Disinfection Facility
$1.3 billion
Construction of a new, below-grade 160,000 square-foot ultraviolet
treatment building. The facility treats up to two billion gallons of
water per day cleaned using ultraviolet light. Highlights include
excavation of 400,000 cubic yards of earth, drainage, foundations,
structural concrete work, piping, system installation, placement of
1,200 tons of structural steel,121,000 cubic yards of concrete and
10,250 linear feet of large bore steel pipe, ranging from 48” to 144”
in diameter.
Newtown Creek Water Pollution Control Plant
$1.4 billion (total of three projects)
The Skanska Difference
Skanska executes thousands of projects each year guided by our “Five Zeros” goals. With 39 offices across the United States,
Skanska has served the water and wastewater industry since 2001. We have the workforce, equipment, and resources needed to
deliver the largest projects and meet accelerated schedules. From our regional offices, Skanska can effectively execute any water,
wastewater or recycled water project throughout the United States.
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Our Safety Culture. The safety and well-being of the workers and communities in which we work is of utmost importance to our
project teams. Skanska is the only construction and development company in the U.S. to hold certifications for both ISO 14001,
which ensures we’re achieving the highest level of environmental performance for our employees and clients, and OHSAS 18001,
which focuses on safety systems and procedures. This is reinforced by a corporate-wide commitment to IFE®— an Injury-Free
Environment culture. (http://injuryfreeenvironment.com)
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Our Green Leadership. Skanska is committed to delivering innovative and affordable sustainable environmental and building
solutions that meet our clients’ cost and life cycle goals. Skanska is a leading builder of LEED® (Leadership in Energy and
Environmental Design) projects in the U.S.
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Our Financial Strength. With Skanska, clients receive local expertise backed by our global resources. Clients benefit from
Skanska’s financial strength, which provides unparalleled bonding capacity and the assurance that we can bring all of our projects
to completion.
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Our Community Involvement. Skanska fosters a culture of giving back to the communities in which we live and work. Our leaders
actively promote direct service and stewardship as a core value of our business. We support local chapters of organizations such
as the United Way, American Red Cross, Ronald McDonald House, Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Habitat for Humanity.
About Skanska
• #5 Largest Heavy Contractor
• ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certified
• #5 Wastewater Treatment
• USA revenue of $7 billion (2013)
• #6 Water Treatment Desalination
• Bonding capacity of $7.5 billion
• #6 Power Operations & Maintenance
• Excellent safety record
• #9 Sewage & Solid Waste
Awarded several portions of the phased renovation of New York
City’s largest wastewater treatment plants with the plant remaining
fully operational throughout construction. Highlights include
installation of piles and support of excavation, construction of a new
pipe tunnel and completion of a personnel tunnel, 200,000 linear
feet of structural piling, 130,000 cubic yards of excavation 55,000
cubic yards of concrete, 4,300 tons of reinforcing steel and 54,000
linear feet of mechanical piping.
F. Wayne Hill Wastewater Treatment Plant
$229 million
Completion of two contracts for the F. Wayne Hill Wastewater
Treatment Plant in Buford, Georgia. Skanska self-performed 70%
of the work, including excavation of 300,000 yards of earth, site
work, installation of 90,000 cubic yards of concrete, process piping
and mechanical equipment installation. The effort increased the
plant’s capacity from 20 MGD to 60 MGD. The plant uses primary,
secondary and tertiary treatment processes.
Bowery Bay Water Pollution Control Plant,
Interim Plant Upgrading Plantwide Stabilization
and Nitrogen Removal - Phase 3
$183 million
Rehabilitation of10 aeration tanks, 15 primary settling and 17 final
settling tanks; replacement of three bar screens; replacement of
three sluice gates in the screening chamber; installation of three
interim process air blowers; removal of eight existing blowers;
installation of five permanent process air blowers and associated
process air piping serving the aeration tanks, and construction of
three new MCC buildings.
South Florida Water Management District
Wastewater Treatment Plant
$93 million
Construction of four new clarifiers and refurbishment of six existing
clarifiers within the existing plant, ensuring that operations were
maintained at all times throughout the construction process. The
project was completed two years ahead of schedule and increased
the capacity of the plant by 60 million gallons per day.
Everyone has the right to go home safe from work to their families every day.
At Skanska, we believe it’s our duty to ensure that it happens.
Skanska Resources
• 39 offices in the U.S.
• Over 9,600 U.S. employees and 57,000 worldwide
• State-of-the-art construction management systems
• ASME Stamps PP, R, U & S
Our Clients
• Atlanta-Fulton County Water Resources
Commission
• Brooklyn Navy Yard Cogen Partners LP
• City of Atlanta
• City of Cumming
• City of Rome
• Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority
• Consolidated Edison
• Dekalb County Water and Sewer Department
• Douglasville-Douglas County Water & Sewer
• Gwinnett County Department of Public Utilities
• Hess Newark Energy Center
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Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners
Maricopa County Flood Control District
Massachusetts Water Resource Authority
Miami Dade County Sewer & Water Department
NYC Department of Environmental Protection
Riverbay Corp.
Rockdale County Department of Revenue
San Bernardino County
South Florida Water Management District
State University of New York, Stony Brook
US Army Corps of Engineers
Western Municipal Water District

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