The I-4 Ultimate Improvement Project, a roadway reconstruction project in Central Florida and one of the most complex and extensive infrastructure projects in the United States, received the Envision Platinum award from the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure.
HDR’s newest publication, “Data-Driven Design,” illuminates the consulting group’s computational design process and how it connects the built environment with predictive analytics and operational design.
InEight, a project technology expert, is teaming with HDR, which specializes in engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services, to reveal best practices from the companies’ joint work.
The Federal Highway Administration recognized two HDR projects with biennial Environmental Excellence Awards.
The State Route 520 floating bridge earned the American Council of Engineering Companies’ (ACEC’s) Grand Conceptor Award.
Phoenix’s 27th Avenue Compost Facility is the recent recipient of the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) Envision Silver verification.
As part of Earth Week, April 16-22, 2017, HDR offices are hosting or participating in clean-up or tree planting volunteer events.
Three HDR projects have been recognized by American Council of Engineering Companies of Iowa (ACEC-Iowa) in its 2017 Engineering Excellence Awards competition.
Beaufort County’s Bluffton Parkway Phase 5A project earned a 2017 Engineering Excellence Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies in South Carolina.
Boston’s Government Center Station earned a 2017 Diamond Award in Transportation from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) in New York.
HDR received two state-level awards from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Colorado for its 2017 Engineering Excellence Awards competition.
HDR marked the company’s 100th anniversary at the company’s annual meeting in Denver.
The Colorado chapter of WTS International recognized HDR in two categories at its annual awards luncheon. The I-70 Mountain Express Lane has been named Large Innovative Transportation Solution of the Year, with emphasis on the leadership of Tammy Heffron, Laycee Kolkman, and Gina McAfee. And HDR’s Global Transport Development Director Rick Pilgrim will be honored as this year’s Man of the Year.
HDR’s corporate sustainability program and client services have been recognized with two awards from the Business Intelligence Group. The group’s annual Sustainability Awards program honors those who have made sustainability an integral part of their business practice.
The Beaufort-Jasper Water and Sewer Authority’s Hardeeville Water Reclamation Facility expansion project has received the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) Envision rating system’s Bronze award.
Sound Transit selected HDR to complete final design of an urban rail-transit project known as the Tacoma Link Expansion. Numerous special characteristics differentiate it from other lines in Sound Transit’s Link system. They include smaller scale vehicles, shared traffic lanes and simplified urban platforms.