PCL Construction Services Inc. Opens Anchorage Office
Anchorage, AK (July 30, 2009) – PCL Construction Services, Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of an Anchorage office. Established in 1906, the employee owned PCL family of companies consistently ranks among the top construction organizations in North America, with 2008 annual billings in excess of $6.1 billion.
Over the past four years the firm has been working on the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport South Terminal Seismic & Security Retrofit. “We’ve had a great deal of success with our project at the airport,” said Scott Ivany, PCL’s Construction Manager and head of the new Anchorage office. “Our experience with the local design and subcontracting firms has been wonderful and we’re excited about continuing with that success as we tackle projects throughout the State of Alaska.”
Since 2007, PCL has placed consistently in the top ten “Best Places to Work in Alaska” as well as one of Fortune Magazine’s Best Places to Work for the last four years. The firm’s projects span Canada and the U.S., including the Hawaiian Islands. PCL is currently the seventh largest construction organization in North America.
Better known projects the firm has worked on include the Mall of America in Bloomington, MN and Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA. Other projects include the 570,000 sqft. Riverside General Hospital University Medical Center, Moreno Valley, CA; Army Corps of Engineers Division Headquarters Command and Control Facility, Fort Carson, CO; the new Pier 91 cruise ship terminal for the Port of Seattle; the VA Nursing Home and Dietetics Kitchen in Tacoma; and Wally Park Valet Parking Garage at the SeaTac Airport. PCL recently completed the highly visible and complex Sound Transit Light Rail Link in Tukwila, WA consisting of nearly 6 miles of elevated guideway and a commuter rail station.
PCL’s Anchorage offices are located at 1400 Benson Blvd, Suite 510. They can be contacted at 907-243-7252
For more information visit PCL's web site at www.pcl.com.
Posted: July 30, 2009
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