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UPDATED: Jan. 24, 2020

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 around$1 billion or more and are located in major cities, but you’ll also find development hubs 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.

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Amazon has secured approval to begin work on two, 22-story, 2.1 million-square-foot office spaces in Arlington, Virginia, for its HQ2 headquarters project. The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority​ has begun testing Metro's $6.8 billion Silver Line extension to Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C. Completion is estimated for the summer of 2020. Ground preparation is complete for the $4.4 billion Gordie Howe International Bridge in Detroit. The $1.7 billion MSG Sphere entertainment venue in Las Vegas has reached 65 feet, on its way to becoming the tallest standalone spherical structure in the world. The $900 million Seattle Center Arena is reaching the next phase of construction, with an expected completion date sometime in the summer of 2021. Construction of parking garages and expansion of a concourse is underway as part of the $1.2 billion Nashville International Airport enlargement.


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Kathleen Brown contributed to this article.