A. Morton Thomas and Associates, Inc. (AMT) received a National Recognition Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies for exceptional engineering design work on the Southgate Drive / US 460 Bypass Interchange project in Blacksburg near Virginia Tech.
Florida Polytechnic University announced plans to construct another iconic building on its Lakeland campus. The facility will serve as a research hub for the Central Florida region, catalyzing high-tech development in the area.
The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) is reducing speed limits on MD 97 (Georgia Avenue) in Wheaton and Silver Spring, Montgomery County. The changes are part of MDOT SHA’s bold new comprehensive urban mobility-focused program tailored to central business districts with dense populations and multi-modal transportation demands.
At its March meeting, the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) endorsed the Virginia Department of Transportation Finding of Public Interest for the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (HRBT) Expansion, authorized execution of the Project Administration and Funding Agreement, and approved state funding for replacement of the southern bridge trestles.
The Lane Construction Corporation, along with its parent company, Salini Impregilo, won a joint-venture contract valued at $524 million to construct a south Florida reservoir that serves as a critical step in preserving the region’s ecosystem.
LandDesign continues to solidify its presence in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex with two key award nominations for Offices at The Realm, a mixed-use development in Lewisville, Texas, by developer Bright Realty.
Bradley Prichard, Claudia Thompson, and Amanda Voges have joined Stantec’s growing Charleston, S.C., office. As part of the firm’s Community Development, Transportation, and Water practices, these professionals bring a unique skillset to fill the market’s expanding infrastructure and environmental needs.
The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) announced the winners of this year’s Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) — the “Academy Awards of the consulting engineering industry.” AMT, LLC received a National Recognition Award for exceptional civil engineering design work on Phase I of The Wharf development project in the District of Columbia.
Elgin Sweeper Company, a manufacturer of street sweepers in North America, partnered with RoadBotics, Inc., a road assessment company, to offer Florida’s 400-plus municipalities the ability to collect road condition data during sweeping operations.