Israel’s primary spaceport and one of its most technologically advanced air force bases requires the most up-to-date facilities to operate on the highest level.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) directed the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to develop and install recovery centers in response to the impact of several devastating hurricanes and Florida’s need for emergency assistance.
The tunnels, part of a system used to supply the heating and cooling for a large number of government buildings in the Washington, DC area, were built in the 1930s and required significant upgrades to meet today’s standards.
Named Best Overall Project of the Year by Engineering News Record in 2010, Conti’s work cleared hazardous wastes, electronic waste and demolition debris in the aftermath of a natural catastrophe.
Two of the Capitol's most attractive and useful buildings required improvements to enhance security perimeters.
Under the United States Army Corps of Engineer's Rapid Response Program, Conti worked on barges to underpin pier foundations and stabilize a bridge during active traffic.
Public safety and security were driving concerns at the Iowa Army Ammunitions Plant (IAAP).
One of the most exciting and vibrant regions in Ghana, Accra attracts thousands of new tourists and residents each year and has rapidly grown to more than 2 million people.
Overcoming many obstacles, Conti completed the last segment of this huge flood wall 30% ahead of schedule to bring New Orleans levees up to the 100-year flood protection level before the next hurricane season.
Aesthetically beautiful and enjoyed by many, Washington DC’s Upper Senate Park sits directly across from the northern and western sides of the Russell Senate Office Building and north of the US Capitol Building.
Conti coordinated with active air field operations to test and remediate over 100 jet fuel pipeline systems in locations worldwide.
Israel South Air Force Base 2 has been home to the prestigious Israeli Air Force Flight Academy since 1966, graduating squadrons trained in operating aircrafts, fighter jets and helicopters.
Through creative value engineering, Conti designed and constructed an enormous hydraulic barrier slurry wall system to 74-foot depths.
Before Conti remediated the site, hazardous contaminants threatened New Jersey’s major river from Horseshoe Road.
A leak found in the jet fuel gas pipeline system at Anderson AFB, Guam threatened the Air Force’s ability to maintain tight flight schedules, base safety and a healthy environment.
Over 820 acres of this training range were littered with unexploded ordnance and other hazardous waste, all remediated by Conti on an aggressive schedule.
Conti Federal performed this design-build project repairing major jetty and dike systems to protect communities in six locations along the Gulf of Mexico.
Conti's efforts resulted in the large-scale removal of radiological contaminants in a heterogeneous landfill matrix.
As Israel’s most important artillery training centers, the Israeli Defense Force uses this artillery base to operate its medium and long-range artillery network.
The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Europe, in coordination with the Israeli Air Force, is expanding through new construction of support buildings and hangars on a confidential site in South Israel.
Located in the harsh, remote wilds of central Alaska, Eielson Air Force Base provides training and fighter and bomber units to United States military installations around the world.
While enhancing the perimeter security for this important building, Conti ensured its accessibility to all by incorporating ADA compliant ramps into the design.
Thousands of newly recruited Air Marshals needed a new training facility in response to the attacks of September 11, 2001.
To reduce damages from rainfall flooding in New Orleans and the surrounding parishes, the Southeast Louisiana (SELA) Drainage Program constructed new pumping stations and better drainage canals and culverts throughout the area.
Containing harmful contaminants and adjacent to an urban area of Newark and the Passaic River, the site of a former manufactured coal gas plant was in need of remediation.
The impact of the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 is still felt by the New Orleans region almost 10 years later.
The Y-tunnel, built in 1938, required significant upgrades to meet today’s standards.
Within 24 hours of receiving notice of the award, Conti Federal deployed to begin the conversion of a hospital gymnasium into a space capable of providing care for up to 30 COVID-19 patients.
Conti Federal retrofitted the Barracks Wing of the U.S. Virgin Islands National Guard’s Regional Training Institute into an Alternate Care Facility for acute COVID-19 patients.