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Matt Skinner
April 25, 2019
Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project- Phase 2
• $5.76 Billion
• 11.4 Miles
• 6 Stations
Phase 1
Phase 2
Dulles International
...
Station Vault Roofs
Pedestrian Bridges
Entrance Pavilions
Station
Vault
Roof
During Erection
Steel Frame Completion
Finishes Complete
Finishes Complete
Station
Vault
Roof
Entrance
Pavilions
Station
Vault
Roof
Entrance
Pavilions
Pedestrian
Bridges
Keys to Success
Effective
Pre-
planning
Taking
Advantage
of
Repetition
Thinking
Outside the
Box
Effective Preplanning
3 years from award
to mobilization
Effective
Preplanning
• Panelize Where
Possible
• Vaults
• 136 picks
• Pavilions
• 50 picks
• Pedestrian Bridges
• Complet...
Taking Advantage
of Repetition
Taking Advantage
of Repetition
Vaults
• Custom shoring posts and dead men
right-sized for the project
• Leap frogged down ...
Taking Advantage
of Repetition
Pavilions
Thinking
Outside the
Box
Thinking Outside
the Box
Thinking Outside
the Box
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
2018 Project of the Year
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2018 Project of the Year

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Williams Steel Erection Co., Inc.'s presentation for their SEAA Project of the Year Award Winning Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project - Phase 2

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2018 Project of the Year

  1. 1. Matt Skinner April 25, 2019
  2. 2. Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project- Phase 2 • $5.76 Billion • 11.4 Miles • 6 Stations Phase 1 Phase 2 Dulles International Airport
  3. 3. Station Vault Roofs Pedestrian Bridges Entrance Pavilions
  4. 4. Station Vault Roof
  5. 5. During Erection
  6. 6. Steel Frame Completion
  7. 7. Finishes Complete
  8. 8. Finishes Complete
  9. 9. Station Vault Roof Entrance Pavilions
  10. 10. Station Vault Roof Entrance Pavilions Pedestrian Bridges
  11. 11. Keys to Success Effective Pre- planning Taking Advantage of Repetition Thinking Outside the Box
  12. 12. Effective Preplanning 3 years from award to mobilization
  13. 13. Effective Preplanning • Panelize Where Possible • Vaults • 136 picks • Pavilions • 50 picks • Pedestrian Bridges • Completely Made up Side Frames • Infill Able to be Set With Forklift
  14. 14. Taking Advantage of Repetition
  15. 15. Taking Advantage of Repetition Vaults • Custom shoring posts and dead men right-sized for the project • Leap frogged down building
  16. 16. Taking Advantage of Repetition Pavilions
  17. 17. Thinking Outside the Box
  18. 18. Thinking Outside the Box
  19. 19. Thinking Outside the Box

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