Sterling subsidiary snags $26.4M structural concrete contract in Utah

ConDig (07-Apr-20).  A subsidiary of Texas-based civil contractor Sterling Construction Co has secured a $26.4 million structural concrete contract on a multi-use development project in Utah.

Under the deal with the Woodbury Corporation, Ralph L Wadsworth Construction LLC will provide the structural concrete for a nine-story structure, with the bottom five levels consisting of 115,000 square feet of structured parking and a lobby. The top four levels have over 115,000 square feet of office space and views of Utah Valley. 

Construction is scheduled to kick off this spring and is scheduled for completion in the fall of next year.

“We are pleased to begin work with the Woodbury Corporation, one of the premier retail developers in the United States and the local community. Residents of Utah County have made their desire for growth, urban town centers and diverse housing choices known, and we are extremely glad that, we are able to aid in the redevelopment effort of University Place,” said Joe Cutillo, Sterling’s chief executive officer.

Last month, a subsidiary of Sterling landed a $20.3 million contract to revamp a bridge along a stretch of California State Highway 101 in San Francisco.

In November, a subsidiary of Sterling Construction landed a $22 million deal to revamp and expand a roadway in San Antonio, Texas.

In August, Sterling announced that it was set to acquire Austell, Georgia-based specialty contractor Plateau Excavation, Inc in a deal worth $400 million. 

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