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The Wheeling Street and E. 17th place intersection opened to traffic on January 31, as construction progresses on the Replacement Medical Center for the Veterans Affairs Eastern Colorado Health Care System in Aurora, Colorado.
Replacement Medical Center for the Veterans Affairs Eastern Colorado Health Care System
2/17/2016 5:45:00 PM
Senior level leaders from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Department of Veterans Affairs, and the Kiewit-Turner joint venture held their first progress review meeting February 11, on the Replacement Medical Center for the Veterans Affairs Eastern Colorado Health Care System in Aurora, Colorado.
Left to right:Robert Michaels, Chief Construction Division, USACE, Omaha; Dr. James Hearn, SES, Director of Regional Business, USACE, NWD; Rich Homan, Executive Vice President, Turner Construction; Dennis Milsten, Director of Facilities Projects, DVA CFM; Joe Laird, Program Manager, USACE, NWD; Col. John Henderson, District Commander USACE, Omaha; Andrea Rodríguez, Program Manager, USACE Omaha; Joe Lempka, President, Kiewit Building Group; Scott Cassels, President, Kiewit Infrastructure Group; Mike Bruskin, VP & Procurement Director, Turner Construction; Peter Davoren, Chairman, CEO and President, Turner Construction; David Duffy, VP & Construction Executive, Turner Construction; Hon. Sloan Gibson, Deputy Secretary VA; Lloyd Caldwell, SES, Director of Military Programs, USACE HQ; Pete Sturdivant, Sr Resident Engineer, USACE Omaha; Chris Jahrling, VP & General Manger, Turner Construction; Ray Alexander, SES, Chief IIS Division, USACE HQ; Ted Streckfuss, Deputy Engineer, USACE Omaha District; Doug Hadley, Chief Environmental Contracting Branch, USACE Omaha; Kevin Lindsey, Project Executive, DVA CFM
Replacement Medical Center for the Veterans Affairs Eastern Colorado Health Care System
2/17/2016 5:45:00 PM
Success can mistakenly be defined as running the marathon until you crawl across the finish line. I want to finish strong and enjoy every moment of it. On November 1, 2015, Joe Chamberlain finished the New York City Marathon with a time of 3:10:20.
Persistence, Patience, Inspiration of marathon running
11/6/2015 6:25:00 PM
As Chamberlain reached the south end of Central Park, the noise went from deafening silence to a deafening roar from the crowd.
Persistence, Patience, Inspiration of marathon running
11/6/2015 6:25:00 PM
On November 1, 2015, Joe Chamberlain finished the New York City Marathon with a time of 3:10:20. His advice to himself upon leaving Omaha was simply “finish strong”. As Chamberlain reached the south end of Central Park, the noise went from deafening silence to a deafening roar from the crowd. “I couldn’t believe I was there,” he said. “Their cheers echoed off the buildings. They really did carry runners to the finish, I wanted to keep running as soon as I saw the buildings and heard them. Usually, the last 3 miles are tough but those 3 miles were fantastic and I’ve won races.”
Persistence, Patience, Inspiration of marathon running
11/6/2015 6:12:00 PM
Within the first mile of the race, while crossing the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, a runner leapt down from the sidewalk kicking Chamberlain in the left calf. “The kick caused my calf to cramp up,” said Chamberlain. “At mile 4, it hurt so badly, I thought I was going to have to quit. I was so upset. I thought I was going to have to get a DNF (did not finish), early into the marathon.” The cramping let up at about mile 8 and he kept running.
Persistence, Patience, Inspiration of marathon running
11/6/2015 6:11:00 PM
Chamberlain pushed through to the finish, despite the cramping calf pain he felt with every hill climb during his first 8 miles and slowing to help another runner. "We owe it to each other to slow down and reach out a hand to one another. I hope with all my heart that she made it to the finish line. I’ll always believe she did."
Persistence, Patience, Inspiration of marathon running
11/6/2015 6:11:00 PM
As Chamberlain reached the south end of Central Park, the noise went from deafening silence to a deafening roar from the crowd. “I couldn’t believe I was there,” he said. “Their cheers echoed off the buildings. They really did carry runners to the finish, I wanted to keep running as soon as I saw the buildings and heard them. Usually, the last 3 miles are tough but those 3 miles were fantastic and I’ve won races.”
Persistence, Patience, Inspiration of marathon running
11/6/2015 6:11:00 PM
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