Over two weekends this summer, the Connecticut Department of Transportation will use accelerated bridge construction to replace a two-span bridge that carries Route 1 (East Main Street) over I-95 near Stamford.
2016 photo of the old culvert that had two circular pipes with a total diameter of 36 inches. Pictured are Rifat Salim (left) and...
AKRF of New York City earned a National Recognition Award for exemplary engineering achievement in the American Council of Engineering Companies’ (ACEC) 52nd annual Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) for designing the stormwater detention system serving American Copper Towers in Manhattan.
An additional $1 billion annual investment dedicated to improving New Jersey’s drinking water, wastewater and stormwater systems would generate $3 billion in economic benefits, according to an analysis conducted by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA).
Nitsch Engineering of Boston earned a National Recognition Award for exemplary engineering achievement in the American Council of Engineering Companies’ 52nd annual Engineering Excellence Awards for the North Corridor project at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Urban Engineers announced that Robert Tuttle, PE, was promoted to office manager of the firm’s Warrendale location.
The Harman Group, a firm specializing in structural engineering and parking planning and design, announced the grand opening of Phase I of The Hamilton, a 10-story, 279-unit mixed-use residential tower.
Shutting down the Hudson River Tunnels to repair the damage caused by Superstorm Sandy without having new tunnels already built would have far-reaching consequences across many sectors of the regional and national economy, according to a new report by Regional Plan Association and Arup.
The federal government will be investing an additional $54.5 million in Rhode Island bridge improvement and repair projects this year thanks to provisions in a new spending law.