A $1.4-billion modernization at Pittsburgh’s airport is on track to meet its minority and women-owned business enterprises participation goals. About a month after winning a nearly $6-million general works package as part of a $1.4-billion modernization at Pittsburgh International Airport in December 2021, Waller Corp. mobilized staff, including a superintendent, safety manager and seven laborers to start. The Washington, Pa.-based minority-owned general contractor/construction management firm will increase the number of laborers on the job as it progresses.

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