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  • Mar 08, 2021

Spring Street North Block

Wide flange beams at lengths of up to 119 feet are used as soldier piles at a deep excavation site in downtown Seattle.more

  • Mar 01, 2021

Key Crossing Transmission Line

Nucor Skyline manufactured about 4,000 tons of pipe piles and H-piles that were used in the foundations for a transmission line across the Patapsco River in Maryland.more

  • Feb 01, 2021

9 DeKalb Avenue

The first, supertall building in Brooklyn, rising up over 1,000 feet, is supported by American-made 40” x .500” spiralweld steel pipe piles manufactured by Nucor Skyline.more

  • Feb 01, 2021

Green Line Extension (GLX)

Hot galvanized-dipped wide flange beams and precast concrete panels were used by GLX Constructors along the path of the existing commuter rail line as a sound barrier for the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) Green Line Extension project.more

  • Jan 05, 2021

Washington Metro Purple Line

The Purple Line is a new 16.2 mile light rail line connecting Bethesda, Silver Springs, College Park, and New Carrollton to the Washington DC area. Wide flange beams supplied by Nucor Skyline, in varying sizes, were used as soldier piles for SOE and to hold CIP concrete facing with welded shear studs.more

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