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  • Manhattan Road and Bridge Company expands operations in Florida

    FORT MYERS, Fla. – Manhattan Construction Group announces the expansion of its bridge building operation into the Florida market with the opening of a new full-service office for its subsidiary Manhattan Road and Bridge Co. in Fort Myers, Florida. The new office is home to human resource functions, training, sales and operations support for the …

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  • Manhattan Construction named a “2014 Best of the Best Company to Work For” by Oklahoma Magazine

      Manhattan Construction Group has been named a “2014 Best of the Best Company to Work For” by Oklahoma Magazine. This is the second consecutive year Manhattan Construction has been bestowed this honor. Manhattan Construction is the only construction company to be named in this category. The 2014 Best of the Best winners were published …

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  • Manhattan Construction Group Expands Operations To Include Pipeline Building

    TULSA, Okla. – Oklahoma-based Manhattan Construction Group, a top nationally ranked construction firm, is expanding its civil, road and bridge construction operations to include pipeline construction services. The firm announced today it has acquired Danny Wright Dozer & Pipeline, Inc. (DWDP), a pipeline construction firm based in Hinton, Oklahoma.  The newly acquired operation will be …

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  • Manhattan featured as 2013 Great Company To Work For in Oklahoma Magazine

    We are honored to have been featured in Oklahoma Magazine’s December issue as a 2013 Great Company To Work For!   For information on all Manhattan Construction locations click here. For information about careers at Manhattan Construction click here.  

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  • Manhattan Road & Bridge to build double-decker Arkansas River bridge

    TULSA, Okla. – The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) has awarded Manhattan Road & Bridge Co. the contract to build the I-44 West Bound Replacement Bridge over the Arkansas River. At approximately $63 million, the contract is the second largest to ever be issued by ODOT. The project includes the removal of the existing I-244 …

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