Conti mobilized 100% of project crews within four days to clear 174,000 tons of hurricane waterway debris along the Atlantic Coast.
Conti remediated mine tailings in a remote location and in harsh winter weather conditions.
Conti performed this design-build project repairing major jetty and dike systems to protect communities in six locations along the Gulf of Mexico.
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.
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.
The Prabon Greenfields development was the first housing construction project in Ghana to be designed as an integrated, environmentally friendly community, and as such is expected to set new standards for housing development efforts in Ghana.
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.
The United States Army Corps of Engineers called for security upgrades to the East River bridges under its Rapid Response/Immediate Response Program in 2008.