Arcadis announced a five-year contract for general engineering and support services with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). The on-call program is for up to $100 million in task orders for highway projects, including bridge replacements, road widening and interchange improvements.
Arcadis acquired E2 ManageTech (E2), an enterprise technology solutions firm providing information technology and business services for the environmental, health and safety (EHS) information market.
Arcadis has developed a series of free educational webinars that cover emerging issues and evolving investigation and remediation methods.
The seventh annual Arcadis Global Construction Disputes Report 2017, Avoiding the Same Pitfalls, reveals the average value of construction disputes in North America was lower than in most parts of the world in 2016.
More than half of water utility leaders globally have yet to embrace innovation and risk missing out on important “sustainability dividends,” according to a new Arcadis report.
Arcadis U.S., Inc. contracted with the State of Louisiana’s Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) to provide technical support services and facilitate planning activities related to connected and autonomous vehicles and their impact on highway infrastructure.
A study prepared by Arcadis, HR&A Advisors and Sam Schwartz Consulting found that ridesharing and ridesourcing services using autonomous vehicles (AV) could shift millions of drivers away from personal cars in major U.S. cities.
New York is the world’s most expensive city to build in, according to the latest International Construction Costs report published by Arcadis.
The City of Flint, Mich., selected Arcadis to prepare a Water Distribution System Optimization Plan under a contract worth approximately $800,000. The plan is intended to guide improvements for the distributed water quality, sustainability and long-term operation of the city’s aging water system.