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ENR recently released their annual Top 400 Sourcebook which ranks companies by sector based on sector revenue, see Shimmick’s 2022 rankings.
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Shimmick recently secured a $10 million for the Port of Tacoma. In Southern California, Shimmick secured a $12 million contract for a new pump plant for Caltrans
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We are pleased to announce Devin Nordhagen, CPA, assumes the role of Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Shimmick Construction Company, Inc.
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Shimmick hosted its first ever Discovery Day for high school girls at the Golden Gate Bridge project. The students spent the day learning about different career paths women at Shimmick took to get to where they are today.
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ENR recently announced its 2022 Top 400 Contractors survey rankings. Shimmick was ranked #27 in The Top 50 Domestic Heavy Contractors and #113 in the Top 400. ENR publishes this list every year, and more lists will be announced during the summer and fall.
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Legacy Foundations has recently set a new company record on the I-405 Freeway Improvements design-build, drilling a 12-foot-diameter, 201-foot-deep CIDH shaft with a cage weighing more than 365,000 pounds. A two-pump pour allowed Legacy to place 767 CY of concrete while extracting temporary sectional casing and transferring the rebar cage load from crane, to oscillator,...
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Shimmick’s Cowlitz Falls Barrier Dam Repair project team has wrapped up their first season of in-water work and is well underway with preparation of the second in-water season, starting in July. The project entails inspection, repair, and reconstruction of the weir dam and apron slab, which was damaged due to the weir’s shape and subsequent...
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In December, the CFX project team reached 5 million hours—more than 10 years—without a lost-time injury or incident. The project operates out of 14 locations, with approximately 70 total lanes running per day. The team of 280-plus employees must maintain operations 24 hours a day, seven days a week—a schedule that requires lane crossings approximately...
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Shimmick is a proud member of Waterways Council, Inc., supporting the council's essential inland waterways mission to serve the Corps and local communities. Recently, we were featured in WCI's Capitol Currents Newsletter, which highlighted our extensive inland waterway work. 
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After more than four years of work, the 25th Avenue Grade Separation project for owner Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board/Caltrain is reaching completion. The project involves multiple work scopes, including raising two miles of track (max of 24 feet) onto new MSE walls and bridges, building three traffic grade-crossings beneath the tracks, and building a...
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