Glasgow is currently involved in a number of construction projects, most notably the Roadway Resurfacing on Pa. Turnpike’s Interstate 276 between exits 343-351. The Turnpike Commission awarded this resurfacing project to Glasgow, Inc. in December of 2011.

The repaving work will take place on the Turnpike mainline (I-276) approximately three miles east of the Willow Grove Interchange to one mile east of the Bensalem Interchange between milepost 345.8 and 351.8 in Montgomery and Bucks Counties. The project provides for the milling and paving of the existing bituminous travel lanes, concrete pavement repairs, work on median and shoulder storm-water inlets, and concrete barrier and guiderail improvements. The mainline work will be completed in two stages. Work on the easterly section of the project between milepost 349 and 352 commenced in March of 2012 with a mid-June completion date. The remainder of the project of the project area will be completed by May of 2013.

Glasgow is completing the final punch list items on our SR 76, RMP (SR 76 Westbound Off Ramp) project in Montgomery County, PA. We had a milestone completion date of November 10, 2011 to open Ramp A and a final project completion of June 19, 2012. This project is to facilitate traffic volumes on SR 76, Henderson and Gulph Roads. This was the first sequence of three PENNDOT projects to alleviate volumes in this area. This $10,533,902 project is labeled as an Economic Recovery Project by the FHWA.

Many subcontractors, McKinney Drilling, B&K Strongstown, Miller Brothers Electric Company, Green Mountain Land Clearing, Roma Concrete, Midori Professional Services, Ruberton Construction, Zone Striping, URS, Mattiola Concrete Cutting, Protection Services, Rhythm, Transdyn, Transcom, Gilmore Associates, Dinan Surveying, L&R Steel are working to make this a successful endeavor.

In 2011, Glasgow was awarded a PENNDOT concrete maintenance project which includes areas in Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties. Specifically, our contract is to remove failed full depth concrete and replace with new concrete. This work will be completed in July, 2012.

In 2010, Glasgow was awarded and completed a $4 million project to mill and overlay SR 30 bypass in West Whiteland Township, PA.

In 2009, Glasgow completed a high-profile project on Route 309 in Southeastern, PA. This 4 year $88 million project was successfully completed on time.

From an historical standpoint, the one of the largest and most famous projects in Glasgow's 100-year history was the $64 million Route 202 Improvement Project in King of Prussia, PA. Construction, completed in 2002, took 4 years and required more than 100 personnel. Another historic project involved Glasgow as one of four contractors that paved Interstate 476, better known as the Blue Route, which transformed the trip from Interstate 95 to the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Looking to the future, ground breaking is due to begin on a number of exciting projects, including PA Turnpike roadway repairs in Montgomery, Chester, Berks and Bucks counties. To learn what else we are working on, please visit this site often for updates.