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3 Well-Known Jobsites HaulHub Supported in 2018

February 1, 2019

Images courtesy of Wynn Resorts, Walsh Group, and Boston Airport

HaulHub is the hub for material hauling. Whether projects be public or private, you can find material haulers and contractors using HaulHub to manage their materials movement from plants to jobsites.

HaulHub is used at 1,000+ jobsites nationwide, with projects running the gamut. Here are three very different Massachusetts projects you may have heard of which HaulHub supported in 2018. These three really cover a lot of bases, from airport runway resurfacing to bridge replacement.

1. Boston Logan Airport Taxiway Revitalization

Image courtesy of Boston Airport

With more than 400,000 flights and 36 million passengers annually, Boston Logan International Airport sees a lot of runway action. With all of that traffic, runways are bound to wear down.

The airport is putting significant investment into infrastructure improvements, including runway and taxiway revitalization.

This year, revitalization of Taxiway A East was one significant project for the airport. HaulHub was used as a technology solution by contractors on the job looking to keep the job smooth-running. HaulHub customers ran more than 1,100 total shifts of both paving and milling work for the project.

2. The Encore Boston Harbor Project in Everett

Image courtesy of Wynn Resorts

Encore Boston Harbor, opening June 2019, is a 27-floor hotel and resort located on 33 acres of land along the Mystic River in Everett, Massachusetts. The project, adding up to $2.5 billion worth of development, will feature not just a hotel, but also a casino, restaurants, a spa, retail outlets, business spaces, and a much-anticipated public, year-round harborwalk.

HaulHub customers have been working on the Encore jobsite for more than a year now, doing paving, milling, and equipment delivery work for both public and private jobs on-site.

3. Whittier Bridge Replacement on the North Shore

Image courtesy of Walsh Group

On I-95, after five years and $318 million of investment, the John Greenleaf Whittier Bridge connecting Newburyport and Amesbury, Massachusetts officially opened in October. One of the flagship Accelerated Bridge Program projects, the bridge’s original 1951 structure was completely replaced. The bridge, notably named after 19th-century poet and abolitionist John Greenleaf Whittier of Amesbury, spans the Merrimack River and features a mix-use construction for both driving as well as biking and walking.

HaulHub customers provided paving services and asphalt materials for the finalization of the bridge. We’re a fan of the classic half-moon design by architects at HNTB.

HaulHub is used at 1,000+ jobsites nationwide.

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