About Dragados USA
Dragados USA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dragados, was established in the United States in 2005. Since then, Dragados USA has grown steadily, successfully performing a variety of transportation, mass transit, dams, and water projects. Building on this success, Dragados's market share and financial position has consistently strengthened and grown over time.
The company is presently working on major infrastructure, marine, and dam construction and reconstruction projects, including the East Side Access in New York City; the I-287 Reconstruction, and the Reconstruction of Croton Falls Dams in New York; the Calaveras Dam in San Francisco, California; the Miami International Airport North Terminal Improvement project in Florida; and the Portugues Dam, the Rio Puerto Nuevo Flood Control project, and the Bechara Channel, in Puerto Rico; and the recently completed the Santan freeway (SR 202) I-10 to Gilbert Road in Arizona with our sister company Pulice Construction Co.
In addition, Dragados USA is currently at work on two major design-build projects: the P3 I-595 Corridor Improvement project, in Broward County, Florida; the SR99 Bored Tunnel project in Seattle, the largest diameter tunnel in the world today.
In 2008, Dragados formally established Dragados Canada and opened its first corporate office in Toronto, Canada. Today, Dragados Canada is working on five major design-build contracts for P3 projects led by ACS: the A-30 Motoroute in Montreal; the Windsor Essex Parkway in Ontario; South Fraser Perimeter Road in Vancouver, British Columbia; and the Light Rail System in Ottawa, and Edmonton.
Dragados’ ability to concurrently deliver multiple P3 projects underscores the depth of our resources to execute technically complex design-build projects.
Since 2005, Dragados has experienced a steady and sustainable growth in project revenue as well as geographic expansion across the United States and Canada. A part of that growth has come through the acquisition of Schiavone Construction Co. LLC and John P. Picone, Inc., in New York, and Pulice Construction, Inc., in Arizona. Today, Dragados USA is active in New York, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Florida, Puerto Rico, California, and Washington State.
2007 - Schiavone Construction Co.Founded in 1956, Schiavone Construction Co. opened its doors as a small contracting operation with a focus on complex, fast-track heavy infrastructure construction projects. Over the next 56 years, Schiavone expanded its scope of activities while remaining committed to delivering the highest quality construction services at the lowest possible cost. This is in large part due to the stable and proven pool of talented engineering, estimating and construction professionals, supported by its highly experienced management team. Today, the company is considered to be one of the most comprehensive multi-disciplined construction companies in the New York Metropolitan area with major contracts in tunnels, mass transit and subways, bridges and highways, deep foundations, treatment plants and marine work. In 2007, Schiavone was acquired by Dragados and shortly after became Schiavone Construction Co. LLC.
2009 - John P. Picone, IncFounded in 1950, John P. Picone, Inc., quickly established itself in a position of leadership and innovation in the New York Heavy Construction Industry. John P. Picone’s success over the past 60 years has been based on the company’s ability to complete highly technical projects using both old and new methodology and when needed developing unique creative solutions. Bridges, tunnels, water supply facilities, mass transit facilities, waterfront stabilization, pollution plant upgrades, are just some examples of the variety and complex nature of our undertakings.
2009 - Pulice Construction, IncPulice Construction, Inc., founded in 1956, and acquired by Dragados in December, 2009, is a heavy highway general engineering contractor and construction manager serving both public and private owners in the Southwest market. Our project experience includes roadways, freeways, bridges, dams, drainage channels, underground utilities, site development, golf courses, landfills, and automotive test tracks. For the past 55 years, Pulice has successfully delivered projects through traditional Design-Bid-Build, Design-Build, and Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR).