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AASHTO Regional Award Winner: On Time (Large Project)

To reconstruct "one of the most dangerous roads in America," PennDOT overcame immense design and construction challenges to complete this engineering marvel of a modern highway at the Lewistown Narrows a year ahead of schedule. The project involved reconstruction of approximately ten miles of Route 22/322 from a two-lane alignment to a new four-lane highway in Mifflin and Juniata counties in Pennsylvania. Maguire Group provided Construction Management services and is proud to have been part of the team responsible for this award-winning project. Services included: •

Design reviews

Construction / project status meetings

Correspondence documentation

Schedule monitoring

Environmental monitoring

Contract compliance

Shop drawing reviews

Work order preparation

Community relations / news releases

Project records auditing

Value engineering

Cost estimates reviews

Construction summary reports Dispute / problem investigation and resolution

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Transportation


AASHTO Regional Award Winner: Innovative Management (Large Project)

M

aguire Group’s TRANSPORTATION services were developed to provide the best, most innovative, and

transportation

By assembling the "IWAY Bridge" ahead of time on land, then floating the bridge up Narragansett Bay to Providence, the Rhode Island DOT saved time and money and garnered great public attention.

"cost-right" solutions to meet

our clients’ transportation, traffic design, and

Maguire Group engineers designed this award-winning signature span that forms the centerpiece of the entire “Improvements to Interstate 195” project known as IWAY.

environmental or permitting needs. By providing a full array of services and the flexibility to tailor those services to meet client needs and financial parameters, Maguire has developed longlasting business relationships with our clients. Our

Maguire Group has been involved on the IWAY project from the onset by developing alternatives, drafting the environmental impact statement, and preparing applications for environmental permits.

repeat business record is a clear indication that the work we produce—and the working relationships we develop—result in very satisfied clients. In addition, Maguire has an enviable record of meeting our commitments for on-time/on-budget projects.

As IWAY Lead Consultant, Maguire has been engaged in all aspects of the IWAY program including:

Maguire’s approach begins with listening closely to the needs of our clients — both technically and financially. The lines of communication that we develop during the course of the assignment provide a forum to exchange ideas and to pose alternative solutions. We offer client participation in every phase of the work so when the final service is offered or bridge or roadway is developed, there are no surprises. We have saved clients millions of dollars through innovative, creative and practical engineering solutions — as well as through strategic permitting and planning.

Visit our website at: www.MaguireGroup.com

We would be pleased to show you examples of Maguire’s award-winning work. Chances are, you’ve already driven on them, over them, and under them at some point in your travels. 

Bridge design

Roadway design

Permitting

Right-of-way procurement

Geotechnical engineering

Marine engineering

As IWAY Program Manager, Maguire has been coordinating technical services and providing contract administration for over 24 subcontractors with Rhode Island DOT. Construction is being accomplished through the bidding / construction of numerous construction contracts (ranging from $3 million to $60 million), carefully phased and sequenced to assure project quality, worker safety, and minimal motorist disruption.


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