UPDATED: Nov. 22, 2019
Mapping high-impact construction across the US
Construction is an engine that powers the U.S. economy. Across the country, large-scale projects are shaping our communities by enabling industry, improving transit and meeting changing demand for commercial space and housing.
Construction Dive is excited to bring you the latest updates weekly in an interactive tool that allows you to engage with some of the top projects underway spanning mixed-use, commercial, infrastructure and many more categories. We’ll keep you up to date with our coverage of the latest project announcements, plotted on their location on the map.
Most of these structures are valued at $1 billion or more, but you’ll also find development hubs between the coasts, and outside the largest U.S. metros. We hope that regional trends, market-based opportunities and more will come to light and we welcome your tips and feedback as the resource evolves.
AECOM has begun installing production shafts on the $4.4B Gordie Howe International Bridge in Detroit, set to be the longest cable-stay bridge in North America when complete in 2024.
Apple broke ground on a $1B, 3 million-square-foot campus in Austin, Texas, that will house 5,000 employees to start.
The $4B Globe Life Field and Texas Live! Entertainment District, home to the MLB's Texas Rangers, saw the last pieces of structural steel put in place this week.
Clark-Weitz-Clarkson began laying foundation for the $2B Kansas City International Airport terminal expansion in October and the completion date has moved up to within the first two weeks of 2023.
The timeline for the $4.3B Resorts World resort on the Las Vegas strip, with 3,500 rooms and suites and a 5,000-seat theater, was pushed back to 2021.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is set to break ground on its $1.7B, 712,000-square-foot campus in St. Louis.
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