New York City's new Second Avenue Subway brings important new transit connections to the Upper East Side. Inserting it below Manhattan required innovative construction techniques that minimized community impacts.
Delivering a holiday surprise to young hospital patients
Our tower crane building the Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Research and Education Building normally lifts concrete and steel. On December 15, it had a far more special use: delivering more than 1,200 holiday toys to surprised young patients.
A book of fairy tales by children, and for children
In the Czech Republic, Skanska organized a competition for young writers called Bambini Litera. The aim was to engage with the local community by supporting education and contributing to happy home lives for children, adding another dimension to the physical homes we develop and build.