- In The News
McCourt was recently the low bidder for the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) Blue Hill commuter rail station to be built on the Fairmount line. Once completed the station is expected to allow riders from Mattapan to reach downtown Boston in twenty (20) minutes.
McCourt has recently completed paving both base and binder on Canal St. in Salem. This paving will allow the start of granite curb work between Mill St. and Jefferson Ave. Additionally McCourt plans to start construction of a shared use path along MBTA Right of Way in the beginning of December.
McCourt continues its work at The Alfred Bertulli Park in East Boston Central Square. Currently in progress is the reconstruction of Meridian St, including new curb and sidewalk from Central Square south to Saratoga St as well as work in Bertulli park which includes all new sidewalk and architectural granite walls.
Both the City of Chelsea and the Chelsea Record have noted that the Washington Avenue Bridge was re-opened to two-way traffic on September 14th, two-hundred and twenty days ahead of schedule. The reconstructed bridge is the first major milestone in the project which is in the process of building a dedicated busway with four (4) … Continue reading McCourt achieves major milestone at Washington Avenue Bridge in Chelsea
The Boston Business Journal has recently noted that the Whittier Bridge project which McCourt is constructing with its joint venture partner, Walsh Construction, is the eighth largest overall construction project, and is the largest highway project, currently being performed in the state of Massachusetts. (click the image for the full list)
Eversource Reinforces the Boston Waterfront Friday, Jun 17, 2016 T&D World Magazine Congratulations to the Station 99 team who have been involved in a major Eversource project in Boston’s Seaport District. McCourt’s efforts were instrumental in developing this parcel of land from a unused lot to an elevated substation that will be keeping the … Continue reading Eversource Reinforces the Boston Waterfront
Whittier Bridge Team Achieves Major Milestone Tuesday, Jun 14, 2016 The Salem News By Jim Sullivan Congratulations to the Whittier Bridge team on another major milestone. The travelling public is now using the newly-widened portions of I-95 northbound constructed by McCourt as well as the first of two new bridge spans to replace the … Continue reading Whittier Bridge Team Achieves Major Milestone
The Silver Line Project Team celebrates another McCourt groundbreaking! This $35M project will extend the MBTA Silver Line from East Boston into Chelsea – including four new transit stations.
Play Ball! McCourt is wrapping up work on Northeastern University’s brand new baseball grand stand and press box … just in time for baseball season. Good luck Huskies!
McCourt was low bidder on another complicated urban public works project. The $7.5M Central Square project in East Boston promises traffic improvements and beautification to a congested corner of the city.
Thanks to all who assisted in the emergency snow removal work for the MBTA during our historic snowfall last winter. MassDOT thanked McCourt employees with a letter praising their “long hours and demonstrated professionalism … during this difficult time.”
Check Out this time lapse video of a highway bridge being moved in one night! This feat accommodated an accelerated traffic shift and limited the project’s impact on the public. Congrats to MassDOT and the Project Team!
Congrats to the Callahan Tunnel Team on opening the tunnel four days early to traffic. The project called for 72 days of 24/7 work. We did it in 68. No sweat (except for the 40,000 laborer man-hours we racked up). Thanks to all involved.
McCourt recently unearth an unknown portal to the Green Line on our Mass Ave project. This subway egress came complete with granite steps and mosaic tile.
This winter we utilized drones on a design-build highway project. We were the first contractor to use drones in lieu of bucket trucks on a MassDOT project, but we’re sure we won’t be the last!