Georgia Department of Transportation, Arcadis fortify partnership with continuation of two major programs
Projects will help GDOT reduce congestion, cut commute times, improve safety HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo.(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Following two decades of population growth, Georgia continues to...
Sector marks best performance this decade, boosted by acceleration in Asia-Pacific and North America. The global market for environmental consulting services jumped 6.2 percent in...
Jacobs, with joint venture partners Arcadis and Ardmore-Roderick, was awarded a six-year contract by the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) for professional owner's representative services for the Red and Purple Modernization Program (RPM) Phase One project.
SharedStreets is a new data platform designed to make it easier for the private sector to work with cities around the world and leverage...
Arcadis’ engineers and scientists are delivering more than 50 platform presentations and technical posters about advanced remediation technologies at the Battelle 11th International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds.
The field of contenders for Ohio’s $5 million Smart Mobility Infrastructure Project has been narrowed to four. The finalists, which DriveOhio announced March 16, are among those who responded to a search for teams to create a statewide plan and framework for connected and autonomous vehicles.
WSP, Arcadis, Waggonner & Ball, and Yale Urban Design Workshop were selected to design resilience measures to minimize flood risk and account for sea level rise affecting Bridgeport’s South End businesses and residents. The project is part of the $1 billion National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC), an initiative to help communities recover from disasters and safeguard against future hazards.
Arcadis announced its selection as Owner’s Project Manager (OPM) by the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority (MCCA) to oversee a capital improvements construction program enhancing four of its iconic facilities.
Public Sediment, a multidisciplinary resilience team that includes Arcadis, announced that the team’s Alameda Creek resilience concept for San Francisco Bay has been selected for further study by Resilient by Design.