Introduction to Walsh

The Walsh Group has practiced general building construction since its foundation in 1898 by Matthew Myles Walsh. Currently in its fourth generation of leadership, the firm has been a family-held business since that time. In order to facilitate national expansion efforts, Walsh Construction was incorporated in 1949, and Archer Western was incorporated in 1983. Each company has experience with a wide variety of building, civil, and transportation sectors including: wastewater and water treatment plants, rapid transit, highway and bridgework, educational facilities, warehouse/distribution facilities, athletic facilities, correctional facilities, office, design-build, and more. The Walsh Group has invested over $450 Million in capital equipment and regularly employs over 5,000 engineers and skilled tradesmen.

Walsh Construction Profile

Walsh Construction Company is a Chicago-based general contracting, construction management, and design-build firm. Walsh is recognized as one of the nation's top 15 contractors according to Engineering News-Record (ENR). The firm has experience with a wide variety of building, civil, and transportation sectors. Maintaining regional offices across North America, Walsh Construction operates using union labor and union subcontractors.

Northeast Region Profile

Walsh's Northeast Region is comprised of regional offices in Pittsburgh, PA and Boston, MA. Both offices focus primarily on heavy civil construction projects in the transportation and water/wastewater industries. In 2013, this region was working on nine separate, significant bridge projects contributing to the Walsh Group's ENR Ranking of No. 1 among the largest bridge builders in the United States.

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