(Denver, Colorado)–St. Andrews announced today that it has been awarded multiple contracts to provide critical electrical infrastructure systems for Denver’s T•REX Interstate Expansion Project. The awards totalling moe than $5 million involves both the highway and transit components of the project.
As part of its highway contract, St. Andrews will perform installation of arterial vehicular detection systems and closed circuit cameras, bridge, center median high mass, and parking garage lighting, including the University of Denver garage. On the light rail side, St. Andrews will perform installation of communication cabling, overhead catenary systems, and traction-powered substations.
When completed in 2006, the $1.67-billion T•REX will transform travel modes throughout Denver via improved interstate routes, support, including bridges and drainage, and expanded light rail transit.
About St. Andrews
Founded in 1996, St. Andrews is a Denver, Colorado-based construction firm. Recognized consistently as one of “Colorado’s Top Minority-Owned Companies,” St. Andrews has built success on exceptional people and service, the highest safety standards, and a commitment to total quality management at a competitive price. The company’s project portfolio covers government, telecom, commercial, residential, entertainment, and restaurant projects.