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  • Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. Awarded Contract for Replacement of Three Bridges over MD 295


    Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. announces they have been awarded the contract for the replacement of three bridges over MD 295 in Baltimore City, Md.

    The $35 million project, awarded by the City of Baltimore, includes the replacement of the Maisel Street Pedestrian Bridge, Annapolis Road Bridge and Waterview Avenue Bridge. Work also includes corridor-wide guide sign replacement and Annapolis Road resurfacing.

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  • Wagman Breaks Ground on York Revolution 1741 Club

    York Revolution Skybox Renovation groundbreaking

    Wagman Construction joined the York Revolution for a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, marking the beginning of construction renovations for the highly anticipated 1741 Club. Wagman is serving as the construction manager for the project.

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  • Wagman’s Vice President / General Counsel Named 2018 NUCA PA Associate of the Year

    Kevin McKeon

    Wagman, Inc. is proud to announce that Kevin J. McKeon, Vice President / General Counsel at Wagman, has been named the National Utility Contractors Association of Pennsylvania (NUCA PA) 2018 Associate of the Year. The award is given to a NUCA member that has made a significant impact to the association and the utility contracting industry.

    Wagman welcomed Kevin to the team as the company’s Vice President / General Counsel in January. He is based out of the company’s corporate headquarters in York, Pa. Previously a partner at law firms in Virginia and Pennsylvania, McKeon represented construction industry clients, including heavy civil/government projects, building construction and structural steel jobs, both domestically and internationally.

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  • Wagman Hosts Annual Summer Version of “Take Your Child to Work Day”

    Wagman Take Your Child to Work day at PA office

    Wagman hosted their annual summer version of “Take Your Child to Work Day” in the York, Pa. and Dinwiddie, Va. offices on Friday, August 10. The event invites employees to bring their children/grandchildren to work, where a program for all ages was planned from 9am – 1pm. Older children were welcome to shadow their parents for the remainder of the day.

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  • Wagman Construction, Inc. Strengthens Team with Strategic Promotions and New Hires

    New Wagman Construction Employees

    Wagman Construction announces the promotion of Mark Morrow to director of operations and welcomes James Weber as director of preconstruction and Jim Paschke as project executive.

    “We have bolstered our leadership team, further strengthening Wagman’s ability to provide exceptional preconstruction and construction services. Together, they bring over 80 years of combined professional construction expertise and will enhance responsiveness and value to our clients externally and provide tremendous support to our staff internally,” said Michael J. Konieczka, president and chief operating officer at Wagman Construction.

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  • Wagman Construction has completed construction of the new York Academy Upper School

    York Academy Upper School

    Wagman Construction has completed construction of the new York Academy Upper School

    Located at 2 West Hamilton Avenue in downtown York, Pa., just one block from Wagman Construction’s office, the 65,000 square-foot school stands adjacent to the Codorus Creek on the former site of the Pensupreme dairy complex. In the summer of 2017, demolition and site work began, followed by construction which was completed in early August 2018, allowing returning students to start the academic year in their new school.

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  • Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. Attends Groundbreaking for Rappahannock River Crossing Project

    Groundbreaking for Rappahannock River Crossing Project

    Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc., general contractor for the I-95 Southbound Rappahannock River Crossing Project, participated in a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, August 22 with Virginia Governor, Ralph Northam, and Virginia Secretary of Transportation, Shannon Valentine, among others.

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  • Wagman Sponsors Food Drive & Sculpture Contest and Donates Over 3,000 Pounds of Food to Local Charities

    Can-Struction Winners

    Wagman, Inc. sponsored its fourth annual Can-Struction contest over the summer. Offices and jobsites were broken into teams and invited to collect canned goods and other non-perishable food items for local charities. On the last day of the drive, teams had 90 minutes to construct the donations into sculptures. In total, the company donated 3,118 pounds of food.

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  • Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. Completes Odd Fellows Road Interchange

    Odd Fellows Road Interchange

    Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. announces the completion of the Odd Fellows Road / US Route 29/460 Interchange in Lynchburg, Va. The project was completed and opened to traffic on Wednesday, August 8, 2018.

    The approximately $30 million design-build project for the Virginia Department of Transportation included a new interchange along the US Route 29/460 corridor at Odd Fellows Road in Lynchburg, Va.

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  • Michael J. Konieczka named President / COO of Wagman Construction, Inc.

    Michael J. Konieczka, COO

    Michael J. Konieczka was promoted to the role of president / coo of Wagman Construction, Inc. (WCI). Based in Wagman Construction’s downtown office in York, Pa., Konieczka served as executive vice president for WCI for the past two years. With more than 30 years of construction industry experience, Konieczka has worked extensively in the higher education, healthcare, commercial, senior living and hospitality/multi-family residential market segments. He is a member of the Lean Construction Institute and holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.

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  • Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. Awarded Contract for Rappahannock River Crossing

    Wagman Heavy Civil, Inc. announces they’ve been awarded the design-build contract for the I-95 Southbound Rappahannock River Crossing project in Stafford County, Va.

    The $101.6 million project, awarded by the Commonwealth Transportation Board, includes the design and construction for three new general purpose lanes for I-95 south as well as the converting of the three existing lanes into collector-distributer lanes. The goal of the project is to reduce congestion and improve the safety and efficiency of traffic in the Fredericksburg area by providing local traffic with additional lanes of travel and replace aging structures.

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  • Wagman welcomes Jody Keller and Dwight Weibel to outside Board of Directors

    Dwight WeibelJody Keller

    Wagman announces that Jody Keller and Dwight Weibel have joined their outside board of directors.

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