McCourt’s ChelseaSiverline Project was selected as ENR New England’s Best Airport / TransitProject in 2018. ENR’s article notes that the project successfully workedwithin numerous constraints including adjacent older buildings and criticalcommunication infrastructure. The article goes on to note the closecoordination between the project team, neighboring communities, and utilityagency owners. Congratulations to the McCourt team on this achievement.
McCourt was recently awarded Best Airport / Transit Project by Engineering News-Record (ENR) New England for its work on the Silver Line Gateway Project. This dedicated bus lane extension of the Silverline was opened to public use on April 21st.
McCourt was recently awarded the Project of the Year award for the CMAA Infrastructure Project of the Year under $50M for the Massport Runway 4R-22L and Approach Light Pier Replacement Project.
The award is a great honor and speaks to the project teams hard work on a very difficult and technically challenging job.
The Patriot Ledger notes McCourt’s role in building Silver Line 3 providing a dedicated bus lane and four (4) new bus stations in Chelsea. This construction will allow buses to run nearly every ten minutes during peak hours and is expected to carry nine thousand (9,000) passengers per day.
In advance of the construction of the Green Line Extension, McCourt Construction crews are removing track, installing sub drains, grading for new track bed and installing new tracks in Somerville, MA.
McCourt Construction is responsible for grading the project area and installing ballast mats next to the existing track for the new MBTA track. McCourt Construction is also installing a 4” x 14-way electrical duct bank, drainage pipe, as well as drain manholes next to the track.
McCourt Construction has been awarded the job of constructing the new Blue Hill Avenue Commuter Rail Station, on the existing Fairmount Commuter Rail line. This new station will be located in the heart of Mattapan, between Blue Hill Avenue and Cummins Highway. The station is strictly pedestrian accessible, and is comprised of two elevated walkway ramps descending from either Blue Hill Ave bridge, or Cummins Highway bridge, down onto a new high-level, 768 ft., precast concrete platform.
This project consisted of the renovation of the existing sidewalk pavers for Liberty Mutual Insurance along St. James Ave., Berkeley St., and Stuart St. entrances. McCourt Construction began the work with the demolition of the existing pavers and concrete slab underneath the sidewalk. After the demolition, the site was fine graded and compacted, and gravel was placed in preparation for the concrete pour. Granite pavers were installed by United Stone & Site with McCourt support. Additional improvements included tree grate replacement and meter post installation.
McCourt’s project to rehabilitate runway 4R-22L and reconstruct the light pier at this runway is in its final stages. The runway was reopened on schedule and the light pier construction is proceeding apace – all drilled shafts have been completed and pier cap & deck planks are being installed. The completion of the pier is set for the end of August.
McCourt Construction along with our joint venture partner Skanska USA Civil is moving into the final stages of the largest of the toll demolition contracts which facilitates the all new electronic tolling system along I-90. Demolition of the toll booths, tunnels and buildings at Exits 9, 10, 10A, 11, 11A, 12 and 13 have been completed. We are currently reconfiguring the ramps which includes drainage, electrical, roadway lighting and roadway treatment work. Scheduled completion of all work is by the end of October 2017.
The Runway Status Lights Project just broke ground with in the last week. The new shelter foundation location is being excavated and prepped for concrete work. The horizontal directional drilling has started at night with successful, crossings under Taxiway Kilo for the GilaDuct conduit. Once the conduit gets installed, McCourt will then excavate and backfill conduit trenches along the runways.
The fence at Eversource’s Substation 447 in Walpole is being erected! After several redesigns, the project has gotten some steam. Eighty-five percent of the fence foundations have been finished while the rest are being formed. McCourt has been erecting the fence with a pace that is better than anyone expected. Once the project is complete, it will be one of two substations in the state with this new fencing system.