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  • 1947
  • Bridges to Prosperity

    TODAY

    • Operations under six divisions in the U.S. and Canada
    • More than 2,500 employees
    • Successful completion of more than 270 projects in North America, worth more than $12 billion in total. Design-build and public-private partnership experts, with P3 projects totaling $5.5 billion and design-build projects totaling $8.5 billion.
    • Employer of choice, earning numerous employer awards.
    • Partner of choice, winning accolades for partnering excellence from owners and industry associations
    • Employee volunteers have built more than 16 footbridges in rural Central America with Bridges to Prosperity
    2010s
    Presidio Parkway, San Francisco

    2010s

    • E.E. Cruz joins Flatiron and focuses on Northeast Market
    • Secures company’s first U.S. public-private partnership project, the Presidio Parkway in San Francisco
    • Completes Northwest Anthony Henday Drive project and begins work on final, Northeast section of Edmonton's multi-billion-dollar ring road
    • Secures national awards for project delivery, partnering, safety excellence and community involvement
    • Recognized as a top employer in Canada with multiple awards
    • Secures contract for segment of first U.S. high speed rail line
    • Secures first project in Montreal, $2 billion Champlain Bridge
    2000s
    Expansion across North America

    2000s

    • Expansion continues with new major projects underway in the Carolinas, Florida, Texas, Louisiana and Utah
    • Opens office in Canada, begins work on company’s first public-private partnership project
    • Joins the HOCHTIEF family
    • Delivers I-35W Bridge in Minneapolis three months ahead of schedule
    • Forms partnership with non-profit Bridges to Prosperity to build footbridges in Central America, connecting isolated communities to education, commerce and healthcare
    1990s
    Expansion across North America

    1990s

    • Expands into California, with continued growth in Colorado
    • Secures design-build project in Maine, the company's and the state’s first design-build endeavors
    1987
    Glenwood Canyon Corridor - Garfield & Eagle Counties, Colorado

    1987

    • Wins first major civil construction project in Colorado, and over the next 10 years, builds series of projects in Glenwood Canyon that earn industry accolades.
    1947
    Flatiron Rock Formations - Boulder, CO

    1947

    • Founded in Boulder, Colorado, as an aggregates and materials company, and named for the unique local rock formations.