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Infrastructure projects currently lead the way

Dodge Data and Analytics released two economic insight reports recently. One of those reports lists the top 25 infrastructure projects in the U.S. that recently got underway. On this list are projects in Hawaii, North Dakota, North Carolina, Texas, and Michigan.

Each of these projects will require extensive manpower and enlist thousands of construction workers who have varying abilities and experience. Here is a rundown of those projects:

  • TX/DOT: IH 35 Freeway widening at Pflugerville with a cost of $606 million
  • HI:  Sand Island WWTP Secondary Treatment Phase I in Honolulu for $460 million
  • NC: ROU Airport Runway 5L-23R replacement in Morrisville for $299 million
  • ND/DOT: US 83 HMA improvement at Minot for $299 million
  • MI/DOT: I-696 concrete and sidewalk reconstruction at Farmington Hills for $275 million
  • ND/DOT: Pavement improvement job in Mchenry for $273 million
  • MO – 17-mile flood protection near Kansas City for $258 million
  • FL/DOT: widening construction near Minneola for $233 million
  • OK – South Canadian Wastewater Treatment Plant expansion near Oklahoma City for $214 million
  • AR/DOT – widening improvements near Jacksonville for $184 million

All of these projects are expected to take several years to complete. That means that the construction companies are still recruiting team members to work on these projects. ATS offers various training programs that range from truck driving to crane operating to heavy machinery operating to rigging and signalperson. Call today to learn more about the training programs available at ATS. Financial assistance is also available.

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