Williams Steel Erection Co., Inc.’s work with the erection of the pedestrian bridges for Phase 2 of the Dulles Silverline extension is progressing. Pictures of the work have featured recently in several local internet news sites. Here are links to the articles showing the progress of this important and very visible phase of the project work.
Williams Steel Erection Co., Inc. is assembling and erecting 32 pedestrian bridges for Phase 2 of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Silver Line Extension project. The bridges will connect the 5 at-grade stations in the median of the Dulles Toll Road and Dulles Greenway to the wayside parking areas. Below are pictures from August 21st and 23rd setting 2 spans at the new Herndon Station. Check back soon for more updates on this project.
Williams Steel Erection Co., Inc. is performing the structural steel erection on Phase 2 of the Dulles Metrorail (Silver Line) project. Steel Erection started this summer and the first station is nearing completion.
Work has also started on the assembly of the pedestrian bridges that will carry passengers from the wayside areas to the stations. The bridges will be assembled on the ground in sections that weigh up to 200,000 lbs, then hauled to their final location using our heavy haul rig and set in final position with one of Williams Construction Services’ fleet of cranes with up to 300-Ton capacity. Check back for future updates as the project goes forward.
When it comes to large, complicated projects, Williams Industries, Inc. has the knowledge, experience and equipment to make even the most challenging visions come to life.
On January 16th, Williams Steel Erection Co., Inc. erected a 150 ton, 206 ft long truss and 26 ton stabilizer truss as part of the auditorium roof at the new Harvest Life Changers Church facility in Woodbridge, VA. Williams Construction Services provided a 300 Ton lattice boom truck crane, 200 Ton crawler crane, and 175 Ton hydraulic truck crane for the lift. Of the 2,200 tons of steel on the project, fabricated by E&H Steel Corporation, about 350 tons will be incorporated into the completed roof.
Take a look at some of the pictures from the lift below and check back for more as erection progresses.
On February 12th we had a aerial photographer take pictures of the site to show our progress to date and capture a unique view of the project.
Williams Steel Erection Co., Inc. is pleased to be working with Skanska and SteelFab of Virginia, Inc. in the construction of a new building for the College of Health and Behavioral Studies (CHBS) at James Madison University (JMU) in Harrisonburg, Virginia. To view the official college site photos for this project, click the thumbnail below:
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Williams Steel Erection Co., Inc. is progressing with erection of a new bus shop for the Maryland Transit Authority. This project features large open work bays with sloped long span joist roof trusses which are being erected with Williams Construction Services’ 100 Ton Link-Belt Crawler. Take a look at some of the pictures to see our progress from January 19th.
Williams Steel Erection Co., Inc. is please to announce the arrival of its new equipment, including an Oshkosh M-911 (Prime Mover) and a Goldhofer heavy duty modular combination trailer. With this equipment, our experienced, award-winning personnel can move the heaviest of transformers or largest of loads. See below for an informational flyer.
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Williams Construction Services is pleased to announce the arrival of its new Link-Belt HC-278H II 300 ton truck crane. This crane, with up to 330 ft of main boom, is capable of heavy lifts at great distance and height such as erection of large trusses and tall tower cranes. As an added feature, it can do everything a similarly capable hydro crane can do at a greatly reduced cost. This crane really is the best option for short term rentals of the most difficult lifts. For additional information and rental inquiries, please contact them at 703-335-7830 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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