Flatiron is founded in Colorado and named for the unique rock formations in Boulder called "The Flatirons"
Focuses on and grows aggregates/materials based business
Wins first major civil construction projects along the Interstate 70 corridor in Colorado
Expands into Southern California
Secures first design-build bridge project in Maine, the Sagadahoc Bridge in Bath.
Wins $803 million Eastern Toll Road; Expands into Northern California
Wins major projects in the Carolinas, Florida, Texas, Louisiana and Utah
Expands into Western Canada; Secures first public-private partnership (PPP) project
HOCHTIEF acquires Flatiron and enters U.S. civil construction market
Secures largest project ever: The $2.3 billion Port Mann Bridge/Highway 1 in Vancouver, B.C.
Delivers the I-35W Bridge three months ahead of schedule; Project wins more than 25 industry awards and makes international news headlines
Expands into Utah; Secures first project for the Utah Department of Transportation
Achieves a perfect safety record for all of 2009, working nearly 5 million man-hours without a lost-time incident
Acquires New York region-based civil construction company E.E. Cruz and Company Inc. and expands into the Northeast
Secures first contract in Canada's Saskatchewan province, Circle Drive
Wins contract to construct new Lake Champlain Bridge, the company's first in New York