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Company Overview of Skanska USA Building, Inc.

Company Overview

Skanska USA Building, Inc. provides construction services to the building construction sector in the United States. The company's services include program management, construction management, design-build, general contracting, job order contracting, and leaseback delivery approaches. It has operations in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Detroit, Seattle, Atlanta, and Houston. The company was incorporated in 2000 and is headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey. Skanska USA Building, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Skanska AB (publ).

1633 Littleton Road

Parsippany, NJ 07054

United States

Founded in 2000





Key Executives for Skanska USA Building, Inc.

Chief Operating Officer
Chief Executive Officer of Skanska AB and President of Skanska AB
Age: 57
President of Skanska Usa Civil
Senior Vice President of South Florida Office
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Skanska USA Building, Inc. Key Developments

Skanska USA Signs Contract to Renovate Patrick F. Taylor Hall Building

Skanska USA Building, Inc. has signed a $54 million contract to renovate and expand the Patrick F. Taylor Hall building on the Louisiana State University, or LSU, main campus in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The company will include its full 70% share of the contract - totaling $54 million - in its second quarter order bookings. The total contract value is $77 million. This 3-story 306,000 SF building, completed in 1977, currently functions as classrooms, labs and offices for the College of Engineering. The renovation portion of the project will include the reconfiguration of the entire existing Patrick F. Taylor Hall to improve and upgrade way finding and student traffic patterns, classrooms, student support areas, engineering labs, and administration and faculty offices. The expansion portion of the project will add approximately 126,000 SF of classrooms, student support areas, engineering wet labs, teaching and research labs, and faculty offices as well as a new 200-seat auditorium. The renovation of the existing building will begin in January of 2015, and construction of the new expansion is expected to begin in November of 2014, and the entire Project is slated for completion in June 2017.

Skanska USA Building, Inc. Promotes Norm O'Brien to Vice President for Environment, Health, and Safety

Skanska USA has promoted Norm O'Brien to vice president for environment, health, and safety for Skanska USA Building, Inc.'s Northeast Region. He had been EHS director for the New England region.

Skanska USA Building, Inc. Wins Contract for $148 Million from Morton Plant Hospital Association

Skanska USA Building, Inc. has signed a contract with Morton Plant Hospital Association, Inc. to construct a new patient tower and renovate adjacent hospital buildings located in Clearwater, Florida, USA. The contract value is $148 million, which will be included in order bookings for Skanska USA Building in the fourth quarter 2012. The five-story structure includes a 230,347-square feet tower with surgical services, women's services and orthopedics as well as 275,556-square feet of renovation.

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