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A History of Manufacturing at American Bridge Company
A History of Manufacturing at American Bridge Company 960 686 Southland Holdings

The roots of American Bridge Company trace back to a merger orchestrated by J.P. Morgan in 1900, which brought together 28 steel companies. By April 1, 1901, American Bridge had become a subsidiary of the United States Steel Company, following another move by Morgan, and was formally incorporated in Delaware. Post-merger, the company embarked on a comprehensive program aimed at both constructing and modernizing its facilities. This endeavor entailed shutting down some plants while upgrading…

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Schoharie Reservoir Outlet Project – Featured Archive
Schoharie Reservoir Outlet Project – Featured Archive 1024 683 Southland Holdings

Before any soil is excavated, the groundwork for a successful tunneling project is laid. This holds true for the Schoharie Reservoir Low Level Outlet (LLO) microtunneling project, situated in Gilboa, New York. According to Project Manager John Arciszewski, meticulous planning was paramount for this undertaking. While microtunneling itself isn’t exceptionally daunting, Arciszewski pointed out that the 9.5-foot diameter Microtunnel Boring Machine (MTBM), and the depth of the shaft, reaching 160 feet, presented unique hurdles. “Problem-solving…

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IPL Partners – Featured Archive
IPL Partners – Featured Archive 1024 341 Southland Holdings

The DFW area has been on a long stretch of steady population growth for more than 20 years, with no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The 16-county region making up North Texas was expected to increase from 6.5 million to more than 9 million residents by 2023. In the last 15 years, multiple Fortune 500 Companies have moved headquarters to the DFW area. Around 1000 people arrive in North Texas daily in search of…

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Southland Connections Winter 2024

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In this edition of Connections:

  • FEATURE - ASHBRIDGES Rising to the Challenge
  • FEATURE - BRIGHTLINE a Journey of Ambition & Innovation
  • FEATURE - COFFEE CREEK water Resource Recovery Facility
  • EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT
  • FLASHBACK - The High Roller
  • 2023 AWARDS
  • COUNTING BLESSINGS - The Southland Way
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50 Years of ORC Employee Spotlight – Rod Fisher
50 Years of ORC Employee Spotlight – Rod Fisher 683 1024 Southland Holdings

Rod Fisher’s journey in the construction industry spans an impressive 47 years, marked by dedication, hard work, and a passion ignited during his middle school days. His introduction to Oscar Renda in 1972, as a coach and history teacher, laid the foundation for a lifelong connection. After an initial separation following Fisher’s 8th-grade triumph in football, fate brought them back together when Rod sought employment years later. Renda, now heading Oscar Renda Contracting, welcomed him…

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Reuse Pipeline and Diffuser to Lake Lanier in Gwinnett County, GA – Featured Archive
Reuse Pipeline and Diffuser to Lake Lanier in Gwinnett County, GA – Featured Archive 150 150 Southland Holdings

Reuse Pipeline and Diffuser to Lake Lanier The Lake Lanier Reuse Pipeline and Diffuser Project was completed by Oscar Renda Contracting in 2010. The $25-million project aimed to enhance Lake Lanier’s environmental sustainability. The Army Corps of Engineers imposed stringent permit restrictions, particularly regarding the pipeline’s elevation, to mitigate disruptions caused by the reservoir’s water level fluctuations. ORC installed a 54″ force main that lead to a Pressure sustaining/reducing vault that ultimately discharged reuse water…

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North MacGregor Relief Tunnel in Houston, TX – Featured Archive
North MacGregor Relief Tunnel in Houston, TX – Featured Archive 150 150 Southland Holdings

NORTH MACGREGOR RELIEF TUNNEL HOUSTON, TEXAS The North MacGregor Relief Tunnel in Houston, Texas is a significant infrastructure project worth $13 million. It spans approximately 3,340 feet and has a cutting diameter of 189 inches. The tunnel features precision-made segmented liners with an outer diameter of 179 inches and an inner diameter of 161-1/4 inches, manufactured with zero tolerance for precision. Completed in 2008, this tunnel was constructed in the midst of the second largest…

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Circus Bridge in Venice, FL – Featured Archive
Circus Bridge in Venice, FL – Featured Archive 150 150 Southland Holdings

Circus Bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway in Venice, FL This $35 million Major Bascule Bridge Replacement with new Control tower and three miles of new roadway was completed in 2005 by Southland subsidiary, Johnson Bros. The project was completed for FDOT District 1 and spans SR 41 over the Intracoastal Waterway. The bridge center span has 90 feet of horizontal clearance and unlimited vertical clearance in the open position. The Circus Bridge Project was selected…

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Queensboro Bridge Project Spotlight
Queensboro Bridge Project Spotlight 150 150 Southland Holdings

American Bridge crews are to start on Phase 3 of the Queensboro Bridge deck replacement project. They secured the project in 2018, and are looking to deliver the completed project by Summer 2024.   American Bridge (AB) has a long history of building or retrofitting some of the most complex and ionic bridges in the New York City Area, and are currently half-way through the replacement of the upper roadway of the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge…

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Southland Corporate Brochure

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]View Brochure Building Great Things. For more than 120 years, hard-working, honest, innovative people have been forming what has become Southland. We combine the strengths of five subsidiaries that share a dedication to delivering critical infrastructure projects that improve the environment and lives of those around us. Across all 50 states and more than 60 countries, you can find the mark of our legacy. Throughout Southland’s history, we have laid roads that connect our nation, constructed pipelines to carry water across vast regions, built some of the world’s most iconic structures, and bored tunnels through some of the world’s most challenging geology. We deliver projects that shape our landscape and create sustainable solutions for future generations. Our values create the foundation on which we operate. A passion for finding solutions, a dedication to safety, and care for our employees – these are the things that make Southland a family of companies. The people who chose to work here are our most valuable asset and provide the essential link between challenges and answers. As a values-based firm, we invest in our team and encourage innovation, creativity, personal and professional development, and teamwork. So, learn more about how we’re building great things.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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Mill Creek Tunnel Project Spotlight
Mill Creek Tunnel Project Spotlight 150 150 Southland Holdings

Mill Creek Tunnel, being built by the Southland/Mole joint venture for the City of Dallas, has moved into concrete lining operations after one of the largest hard rock tunnel boring machines (TBMs) ever used in the United States completed mining in July 2022. “Big Tex,” as the TBM was nicknamed, began mining with a 37.5 ft diameter before converting to a 32.5 ft diameter about 2 miles into the 5-mile-long excavation.  The project has received…

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Southland Connections Summer 2023

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In this edition of Connections:

  • FEATURE - Mill Creek Tunnel
  • CURRENT CONTRACTS
  • INVESTOR RELATIONS Q&A
  • FEATURED EMPLOYEE - Kwadwo Osei-Akoto
  • FEATURE - Queensboro Bridge
  • HISTORIC INFRASTRUCTURE SPEND
  • FEATURE - SunTrax Connected
  • FLASHBACK - Brent Spence Bridge
  • SAFETY IN ACTION
  • MENTAL HEALTH IN THE INDUSTRY
  • COUNTING BLESSINGS - The Southland Way
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Southland Awarded $596 Million SR 23 Bridge Project over St. Johns River for the Florida Department of Transportation
Southland Awarded $596 Million SR 23 Bridge Project over St. Johns River for the Florida Department of Transportation 150 150 Southland Holdings

GRAPEVINE, Texas, Nov. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Southland Holdings, LLC (“Southland”) announced today it has been awarded a $596 million contract to construct a new bridge over the St. Johns River near Jacksonville for the Florida Department of Transportation (“FDOT”). The project will be completed by Southland’s Transportation segment. The scope of work includes constructing a new four-lane, 1.8-mile bridge over the St. Johns River connecting Clay and St. Johns Counties. The new bridge’s…

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The Road to Success is Always Under Construction
The Road to Success is Always Under Construction 150 150 Southland Holdings

Six AB Women Share Their Journey in the Construction Industry From March 1-7, AB recognized Women In Construction Week by sharing stories of six inspiring women across our company. They shared their journey into construction, why they feel it’s important for women to continue to join the industry, and advice for those entering into the field. These women and, many not pictured, have and continue to shape and influence AB’s culture. Laura Dent decided to…

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Southland Awarded and Given Notice to Proceed on New Projects Valued at $290 Million
Southland Awarded and Given Notice to Proceed on New Projects Valued at $290 Million 150 150 Southland Holdings

GRAPEVINE, Texas, Oct. 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Southland Holdings, LLC (“Southland”) announced today that it has been awarded and given notice to proceed on $290 million of new projects during the year to date, which consist of the following projects: Transportation Segment Table Rock Bridge: $67 million steel plate girder bridge project over Table Rock Lake in Ridgedale, Missouri for the Missouri Department of Transportation through subsidiary, American Bridge Company East Haddam Swing Bridge: $55 million…

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