Parsons recently accepted 2017 Engineering Excellence Awards from both the New York and New Jersey state chapters of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC).
The Sir Ambrose Shea Lift Bridge replacement — designed by Parsons — received the 2017 Transportation Award of Merit from the Consulting Engineers of Ontario
Parsons released its 2017 corporate social responsibility report, People, Planet, Progress.
Parsons announced that the McKinley Village Way Underpass in Sacramento, Calif., was honored by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Sacramento Section, with the 2016 Outstanding Urban Land Development Project Award.
Parsons recognized Charles Choe, a captain in the California Army National Guard and a project control engineer at Parsons, for his emergency assistance during an incident at Northern California’s Oroville Dam.
The Florida Department of Transportation, District 5 (FDOT District 5) selected Parsons to perform an interchange analysis for the conceptual layout and ultimate reconfiguration of the I-95 Interchange with LPGA Boulevard in Volusia County, Fla.
Parsons received the 2017 Grand Award in the transportation category from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Missouri (ACEC/MO) for the Columbia I-70 Bridges design-build project.
Parsons announced that the I-75 South Metro reversible express lane project will open during the Jan. 28-29 weekend, giving Atlanta motorists the option to travel nearly 13 miles between Highway 138 and Highway 155 on the new, double-lane addition to the I-75 median.
Parsons announced that the Ohio River Bridges East End Crossing — now named the Lewis and Clark Bridge — opened to traffic on Sunday, Dec. 18 to connect SR 265 in Indiana with the Gene Snyder Freeway in Kentucky. The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the 2,500-foot-long cable-stayed bridge was held the same day and marked the substantial completion of the $2.3 billion Louisville Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges project.
After an extensive Request for Proposal (RFP) process, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) selected Parsons to lead the environmental review and complete the preliminary design for the I-69 Ohio River Crossing project.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) selected Parsons to modernize the Regional Integration of Intelligent Transportation System (RIITS) to facilitate and encourage near real-time transportation data exchange between more than 125 traffic, transit, emergency service, and other agencies to improve transportation in Southern California.
Parsons was honored by the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA) with the 2016 Excellence in Structural Engineering Award – Outstanding Project in the new bridges or transportation structure category.
The Michigan Department of Transportation awarded Parsons a three-year contract to provide structural services for the Michigan-owned portion of the Blue Water Bridge. This twin-span international bridge serves as a gateway linking Canada and the United States.