We are proud to have been named the Chicago Department of Transportation‘s Transit Contractor of the Year for the third year in a row. The award, presented at the Illinois Road & Transportation Builders Association Awards ceremony, was presented to the project team for the CDOT Washington/Wabash Loop Elevated CTA Station.
The Washington/Wabash station replaced two adjacent, century-old stations with a new station that features a sleek and modern design, and a signature platform canopy that serves as a gateway to historic Jeweler’s Row and Millennium Park.
The accompanying program read as follows: “By utilizing state-of-the art engineering and construction techniques, materials, and equipment, F.H. Paschen built a quality product, while remaining on schedule and on budget without affecting CTA train or bus service, with minimal disruption to traffic throughout the duration of the project. The construction of the new Washington Wabash Station was successfully completed in close cooperation with City agencies, CTA, the Alderman’s Office, local businesses, and property owners.”
We congratulate our team members for their hard work on this project, and for their continued dedication to our values of Tenacity, Versatility, Ingenuity, and Pride.
Washington/Wabash Project Team:
Matt Moss – Project Executive
Josh Curran – Senior Project Manager
Jeremy Seyller – Senior Project Manager
Tiffany Lomax – Project Manager
Robert Boss – Assistant Project Manager
Dan Erickson – Lead Superintendent
Bernie McNulty – Superintendent
Maria Torres – Asst. Superintendent
Caleb Tackes – Project Engineer
Christian Hubbard – Virtual Design Construction Manager
James Alexander – Quality Control Manager