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Turner Construction will begin work on the University of Kansas David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium in December, following the conclusion of the 2023 football season. Set for completion in time for the 2025 season, football will continue at the stadium during construction but it will have reduced capacity for the 2024 season. Turner is serving as construction manager with HNTB leading the design team. The project is part of the university’s Gateway District, which will also feature a new conference center and multi-use facilities with new retail, dining and other amenities. The first phase of the project includes a renovation and expansion of the Anderson Family Football Complex, which is currently under way. It will also include construction of new southwest, west and north sides of David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, as well as a new conference center on the north end. The project will be primarily funded by donors with an initial fundraising goal of $300 million for the stadium and fieldhouse capital projects.



Bullard-Havens Technical High School

Gilbane Building Co. broke ground in July on the 215,000-sq-ft Bullard-Havens Technical High School in Bridgeport, Conn. Designed by JCJ Architecture, the school will be built on the 24-acre site next to the existing facility, in multiple phases over a 41-month schedule. Set for completion in 2027, the building features classroom and lab space, a fieldhouse, new athletic fields, a gymnasium and a fitness center.



Cincinnati Public Radio Headquarters

Skanska broke ground in August on the $32-million Cincinnati Public Radio headquarters. Once complete in late 2024, the 35,000-sq-ft facility will be the first two-story mass timber building in the Midwest, according to the firm. Designed by Emersion Design, the building will feature two on-air studios, two interview studios, a performance studio, 11,000 sq ft of office space and a public gathering area.




Clark Construction

600 Fifth Street NW

Clark Construction is serving as general contractor on 600 Fifth Street NW in Washington, D.C.—the redevelopment of Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority headquarters. The 400,000-sq-ft project, which broke ground in June, was designed by Pickard Chilton and is being developed for the transit agency by Rockefeller Group. Set to complete in 2026, the project includes complete repositioning of the existing building with the addition of three floors, a facade redesign, rooftop and outdoor terraces and new building systems.


Hensel Phelps

National Institutes of Health Building

Surgery, Radiology and Laboratory Medicine building

Photo courtesy Hensel Phelps

Hensel Phelps broke ground in June on the National Institutes of Health new Surgery, Radiology and Laboratory Medicine building in Bethesda, Md. The $650-million, 630,000-sq-ft design-build project—set to complete in 2029—includes 550,000 sq ft of new construction and 80,000 sq ft of renovation. Designed by ZGF, it will include nine floors above grade and two below grade. The project is Hensel Phelps’ fourth win under a previously awarded multiple award contract, totaling $960 million.