With nearly 200 active jobsites, Walsh Construction, Archer Western and Walsh Canada are taking customer visions and turning them into realities. From coast to coast, our work is visible along roadways, over rivers, deep underground, and in plants, offices, hospitals and schools; some are miles in length and others reach multiple stories into the sky.

Looking Up in Dallas

Victory Block G is set to top out in a matter of days, as the 23-story residential high-rise is working toward its first phase of turnovers late summer. This will include the leasing office, amenity level and residential levels 2-7. Structural steel will begin on the attached cinema in late May with cinema build-out to follow over the summer.

Expanding Terminal Island WRP

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (center) turned the valve on the current expansion of the Terminal Island Water Reclamation Plant’s Advanced Water Purification Facility. Archer Western is expanding this state-of-the-art facility to effectively double the capacity to produce high quality product water from 6 mgd to 12 mgd.

Breakthorugh Progress

Harriet, the tunnel boring machine, broke through (again) at MLK Station along the Crenshaw/LAX Transit project. Harriet is digging the second of the two rail tunnels, as the first rail tunnel was completed last year. Harriet will now dig her last leg of the trip toward Leimert Park Station.


Walsh Construction crews in Milwaukee have been building Wisconsin DOT's largest transportation project, upgrading the Zoo Interchange. Teams recently demolished an existing bridge structure, placed precast girders for a new bridge, and constructed future system ramps.

Hammer Heads Visit Ashbridges Bay

Central Ontario Building Trades' Hammer Heads visited Ashbridges Bay WWTP and took a tour of the project site. Hammer Heads is a skill and employment-based training program offering apprenticeship career opportunities to the youth of under-resourced neighborhoods.

Supporting Seattle Youth in Foster Care

The Seattle office worked with Treehouse to provide youth in foster care with clothes, shoes, supplies, toys, books and much more. We were glad to help the Treehouse employees tag and restock merchandise as the organization prepared for another day of supporting Seattle youth in foster care and their caregivers.

Camaraderie + Exercise + Mud = Success

Members of the Walsh/Shea Corridor Constructors team at the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project recently participated in Los Angeles' Tough Mudder event. It was a great afternoon of team building and enthusiasm, and we're happy to report that everyone completed the 10 mile course that included over 20 obstacles.

WATER: What's Changed & What Needs to Change

On March 22, we celebrated World Water Day. Business Group Leader Roy Epps shared his thoughts and provided insight as to what's changed and what needs to change in order to protect and enhance our most precious resource.

Reducing Sewer Overflows in Northeast Ohio

Early substantial completion was achieved on the Dugway West Interceptor Relief Sewer, a major component of the first phase of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District’s Project Clean Lake program. The project is part of a network of new sewers that will drastically reduce combined sewer overflows in Northeast Ohio.

Archer Western to Manage Renovation of Biocontainment Critical Care Unit

Archer Western has been selected to manage the phased renovation to convert The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston emergency department into a biocontainment critical care unit. The space will be designed with technology and facility systems capable of isolation, redundancy and sustainable operations.


The outline of Ryan Fieldhouse and Walter Athletics Center at Northwestern University is coming into form. The new indoor athletic facility will feature a fieldhouse that will provide a large, multipurpose setting for football practice and Olympic sports team events, along with a state-of-the-art facility that will house academic support services for more than 500 student-athletes. See why the entire campus is excited to see this facility come to life:


Alta Roosevelt is a high end, luxury 496-unit residential high-rise, that will climb 33 stories into Chicago's South Loop skyline. As of today, crews are pouring level 24, and windows are up through level 16. The interior finishes have started on the typical floors and drywall is up through level 8.


Three Walsh teams participated in the 4-on-4 National Multiple Sclerosis Society Half-Court Classic at the United Center in Chicago, part of the collective effort to bring an end to this disease that affects over 400,000 Americans.


This construction timelapse shows how the recently completed 1001 South State took shape and became a beautiful 40-story luxury residential tower.

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