KAI was selected as the architect on a $52 million addition and renovation project for South Oak Cliff High School in Dallas. With the design phase nearing completion, construction is expected to begin in fall 2017.
Fluor Corporation reached agreement with Texas Central Rail Holdings, LLC (Texas Central), to advance preliminary development of the 240-mile high-speed passenger rail line connecting Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston.
Balfour Beatty, the international infrastructure group, was awarded a $625 million contract to reconstruct and improve the Southern Gateway, an 11-mile stretch of road in Dallas.
The Transtec Group led the pavement design for the Midtown Express project in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. The firm is also providing maintenance recommendations to the developer.
JQ acquired the Dallas-based structural engineering firm, Baldauf Herrin & Associates, Inc. (BHA).
Huitt-Zollars, Inc., a full-service engineering and architecture firm, appointed Robert J. McDermott as President. Robert L. Zollars, co-founder of the firm and past President, will remain as Chairman of the Board.
The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG), the metropolitan planning organization for the Dallas-Fort Worth Region, selected the Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam (LAN) team to conduct a High-Speed Rail (HSR) station area planning study in downtown Dallas.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration announced a $499.39 million federal grant agreement with the Fort Worth Transportation Authority to build TEX Rail, a commuter rail line between downtown Fort Worth and the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.
The Texas Transportation Commission will receive a Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) loan for $285 million to finance the reconstruction and expansion of a section of I-35E in the Dallas metro area.
Transit-oriented development near DART Rail, like CityLine and the continued growth in the Cedars south of downtown Dallas, is driving the North Texas economic boom with more than $7 billion in economic impact from new or planned construction within a quarter mile of rail stations.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. moved its headquarters from Pasadena, Calif., to Dallas, expanding its current footprint in downtown Dallas’ Harwood Center. Pasadena served as Jacobs’ headquarters since it was founded by Dr. Joseph J. Jacobs in 1947.