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Skanska in the US

Here you will find information about Skanska in the U.S., including our services, news and press, areas of expertise and career opportunities.


Local Expertise

As the Big Apple’s premier erector of complicated steel and precast concrete structures, we’ve worked on some of the area’s most significant projects including the World Trade Center, the Queensborough Bridge, AirTrain, JFK Light Rail System, New Yankee Stadium and the New Meadowlands Stadium.

Project Experience

  • AirTrain, JFK Light Rail System (Slattery)

    Slattery served as the lead member of a consortium that designed and built a $1.2 billion, 8.1 mile light rail system at JFK International Airport.  To meet the project’s aggressive schedule, construction progressed at six locations concu...

  • Reconstruction of Manhattan Bridge - Rehabilitation of North Spans

    Skanska was awarded a $189 million contract to rehabilitate the north spans of the Manhattan Bridge. The 5,800 foot long bridge, which spans the East River between the boroughs of Brooklyn and Manhattan, was built in 1909.  Years of use an...

  • MetLife Stadium

    The design-build contract of the 2.2 million-SF Metlife Stadium involved the construction of a technologically advanced open-air stadium with seats for 82,500 spectators, including 217 luxury suite boxes. The new stadium, nestled in the Meadowlands S...

  • Triborough Bridge-Deck Replacement

    This Skanska Koch project was the second of two contracts to replace the roadway decks of the Triborough Bridge, Skanska Koch completed the first contract a year earlier. This scope of work included replacement of 480,000 square feet roadway deck of ...

  • Williamsburg Bridge

    Skanska was awarded a $172 million contract to rehabilitate the main spans of the Williamsburg Bridge for the New York City Department of Transportation. The entire reconstruction effort on this structure consists of nine contracts. In addition to th...