Construction and Engineering
Company Overview of American Infrastructure-Va, Inc.
American Infrastructure-Va, Inc. provides civil construction and management services. American Infrastructure-Va, Inc. was formerly known as R.G. Griffith Inc. The company is based in Chantilly, Virginia. American Infrastructure-Va, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Allan A. Myers, Inc.
44209 Wade Drive
Chantilly, VA 20152
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American Infrastructure-Va, Inc. Key Developments
Commonwealth Transportation Board Awards Two Major Contracts for $27.3 Million to Orders Construction Company and American Infrastructure-Va Inc
Oct 15 14
Commonwealth Transportation Board awarded two contracts worth approximately $27.3 million for major infrastructure work. The projects will improve mobility, enhance safety and extend the life of the state's transportation network. The two contracts are for projects that will: Replace James River bridge on U.S. 501, Amherst-Bedford county line in VDOT's Lynchburg District. The CTB awarded a contract for approximately $16.8 million to Orders Construction Company Inc. of St. Albans, W.Va., to replace the bridge on U.S. 501 over the James River and adjacent rail tracks at the Amherst-Bedford county line. The project will construct a two-lane, steel-girder superstructure. The new 40-foot-wide bridge will have shoulders to accommodate bicycles and pedestrians. The structure will be about 0.7 miles from the existing structure. The CTB awarded a contract for approximately $10.5 million to American Infrastructure-VA Inc. of Glen Allen, Va., to replace the U.S. 1 bridge just north of Chester Road (Route 145). The new bridge will span four rail tracks and a service road. It will be designed to carry traffic with a 45 mph speed limit.
Commonwealth Transportation Board Awards Five Contracts Worth $72.7 Million to Corman Construction, Inc., George Nice and Sons Inc, Branscome Companies Inc., G.A. & F.C. Wagman, Inc. and American Infrastructure-Va, Inc
Mar 19 14
Virginia's Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) awarded five contracts worth $72.7 million for new construction and paving projects. The projects will improve traffic flow, benefit safety and extend the life of the state's transportation infrastructure. City of Fredericksburg road/bridge improvements: The nearly $30.8 million design-build contract, awarded to Corman Construction Company Inc. of Annapolis, Md., will construct a new four-lane bridge on Fall Hill Avenue over Interstate 95; Widen Fall Hill Avenue to a four-lane divided highway from Carl D. Silver Parkway to a roundabout adjacent to the Fall Hill Avenue bridge over the Rappahannock Canal at the proposed intersection of Fall Hill Avenue and the extension of Mary Washington Boulevard; and Extend Mary Washington Boulevard from its terminus north of U.S. 1 (Jefferson Davis Highway) to the roundabout intersection with Fall Hill Avenue new the Rappahannock Canal bridge. These improvements will result in a continuous four-lane corridor from the intersection of U.S. 1 and Mary Washington Boulevard to the Carl D. Silver Parkway in the Central Park commercial district. The entire project is scheduled for completion in early 2017. Virginia Capital Trail Park Phase Bicycle Trail: The $6.3 million design-build contract, awarded to George Nice and Sons Inc. of Toano, Va., will build a 3.5-mile, 10-foot-wide bike trail and related structures between Route 5 through Dorey and Four Mile Park and tie into the Varina phase of the Virginia Capital Trail. Interstate 295 pavement rehabilitation: The $21 million contract awarded to Branscome Inc. of Williamsburg, Va., will go toward restoring the existing pavements on Interstate 295 in both directions in Chesterfield, Henrico and Prince George counties and the city of Hopewell. Hanover County: The $8.4 million contract, awarded to G.A. and F.C. Wagman Inc. of York, Pa., will replace the superstructure and approaches on Route 54 over Interstate 95. Spotsylvania, Stafford counties: A $6.2 million contract, awarded to American Infrastructure-VA Inc. of Glen Allen, Va., will go toward repaving projects in the region.
American Infrastructure-VA Inc. Wins Contract for Walney Bridge Replacement
Feb 27 14
The Commonwealth Transportation Board awarded a contract of $11.2 million to American Infrastructure-VA Inc. of Glen Allen, Va., to replace the two-lane Walney Road bridge over Flatlick Branch in Fairfax County with a four-lane structure and widen a portion of the road, adding bicycle lanes, a shared-use path and a sidewalk. The project is scheduled for completion in December 2015.
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