This project involves replacing the existing Red-List bridge over the Taylor River with two 72 foot span bridges along with rehabilitating an existing spillway and fish ladder.....Learn More
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This project involves rehabilitating and widening of the bridges that carry the Spaulding Turnpike Northbound and Southbound over Little Bay and Wentworth Terrace....Learn More
This project will replace the structurally deficient bridge carrying US Route 4 over the Mascoma River and the Northern Rail Trail Corridor. This project will ...Learn More
This project will replace the existing bridge that carries NH Route 3A over I93 at Exit 12 in Concord, NH. The bridge is currently on the State’s “Red list” ...Learn More
The Broad Street Parkway Project will connect downtown Nashua to Broad Street just east of the exit 6 interchange of the Route 3/F.E Everett Turnpike. Learn More
This project involves reconstruction of the I-93 SB mainline, SB Ramps, and NH 111 Relocation at Exit 3 in Windham. Some of the construction elements include... Learn More
R.S. Audley is pleased to announce the promotion of Ryan Audley to C.E.O. and President. Ryan has worked at the company for 12 years starting out as a summer laborer and working his way up in various capacities.
R.S. Audley was the low bidder and has been awarded the project replacing the existing red list bridge that carries I-95 over the Taylor River in Hampton Falls and Hampton, NH. The existing bridge will be replaced with two single span bridges, one for northbound traffic and one for southbound traffic. The project also involves spillway improvements and the rehabilitation of a fish ladder.
R.S. Audley has been awarded the project replacing the existing Northbound and Southbound Bridges carrying the Spaulding Turnpike over Little Bay in Newington/Dover NH. This project will begin this spring and will be completed by 2017.
Governor Maggie Hassan was on hand for the ground breaking of the new Women’s Prison Facility in Concord, NH. R.S. Audley will be constructing the first phase of the project which includes the initial earthwork and site prep.
R.S. Audley was the low bidder and has been awarded the NHDOT project replacing the Exit 12 Bridge over I-93 in Concord, NH. The new bridge will be a 185 foot single span steel girder bridge that will be able to accommodate future I-93 widening below.
R.S. Audley was the low bidder and has been awarded the NHDOT project replacing the Route 4 Bridge over the Mascoma River in Lebanon, NH. The new bridge will be a 3 span, 435 foot steel girder bridge. The project also involves the roadway reconfiguration of the Route 4/Route 4A intersection.
“The Hooksett Open Road Toll project has earned a National Recognition Award in the ACEC 2014 Engineering Excellence Awards competition.”
R.S. Audley has been awarded the Median Guardrail replacement Project along NH Route 16 in Portsmouth, NH. This project will replace the existing box beam and W-Beam guardrail with concrete median barrier.
R.S. Audley has been chosen by Business NH Magazine as one of NH’s top 100 private companies.
R.S. Audley has received our notice to proceed on the Broad Street Parkway – North contract. The Broad Street Parkway Project will connect downtown Nashua to Broad Street just east of the exit 6 interchange of the Route 3/F.E Everett Turnpike. This contract will construct 3500 ft of the proposed parkway, a 500 ft long retaining wall along the Nashua River, and a new bridge on Baldwin Street that will span the railroad and the new Parkway. The project will cost approximately $11 million and will be substantially completed by November 2014.
R.S. Audley has been awarded the Manchester Street over Pennichuck Reservoir Bridge Replacement Project in Nashua/Merrimack, NH. This project will begin this winter and be substantially completed by July 15, 2015.
Audley Construction has been featured on the cover of NE Construction for the month of July for our work on the Hooksett ORT project.
Audley Construction will immediately begin work on an emergency repair project in Alstead, NH. The project involves rehabilitation of 2,800 feet of NH Route 12A that was damaged due to flooding. The work involves roadway and slope reconstruction, drainage improvements, and the construction of a 30 foot high by 120 foot long retaining wall. Audley is aiming to have the roadway reopened by December 2013.
R.S. Audley is currently seeking to add a dozer operator and an excavator operator to our team. Please fill out an online application or visit our office to apply.
Governor Maggie Hassan was on hand to cut the ribbon for the Hooksett Open Road Tolling project which opened to traffic today. Audley began construction of this project last year and was able to achieve this milestone ahead of a very aggressive schedule in order to accommodate Memorial Day Weekend traffic. The Open Road Tolling will alleviate traffic, reduce emissions, and improve safety through the I-93 Hooksett Toll Booth Corridor.
R.S. Audley is pleased to welcome Dawn Gorton to our team as HR Manager. Welcome Dawn!
R.S. Audley is now a proud member of the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce.
R.S. Audley is pleased to welcome Susan Harrington to our team as Chief Financial Officer. Welcome Susan!
The Greenland Bridge Rehabilitation project, NHDOT Project No. 16267, has been signed by the Governor and Executive Council. This project will begin shortly and involves rehabilitating the bridge carrying Ocean Road over I-95 northbound and southbound.
Work has begun on the I-93/Route 111 project in Windham, NHDOT Project No. 13933-I . This job is part of the I-93 Salem – Manchester Corridor Widening Project. For more information on this project visit our Current Projects page.