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The Georgia Department of Transportation (Georgia DOT) announced Savannah Mobility Contractors Joint Venture as the apparent best-value proposer for the I-16 at I-95 Interchange and I-16 Widening from I-95 to I-516 projects. Georgia DOT used a best-value procurement method for the design-build project, which evaluates both price and technical proposals.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. and CH2M HILL Companies, Ltd. announced that, based on a preliminary vote tally from the special meeting of CH2M stockholders held on Dec. 13, 2017, CH2M stockholders approved the proposal pursuant to which Jacobs will acquire CH2M pursuant to a reverse subsidiary merger.
The Illinois Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) announced its 2017 award winners.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. acquired Blue Canopy, a data analytics, cybersecurity and application development firm, as part of ongoing investments to expand Jacobs Connected Enterprise (JCE) solutions.
Hill International received a subcontract from Jacobs Engineering Group to assist that firm in providing construction management services to the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) in connection with rehabilitation of the Canarsie Tunnel in New York City.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. was awarded a seven-year professional services prime contract for project and construction management by Los Angeles World Airports.
NJ TRANSIT selected Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. to provide design and general engineering services for the NJ TRANSIT Microgrid (NJ TRANSITGRID) project. The objective of the $577 million NJ TRANSITGRID project, the first of its kind in the United States for public transportation, is to implement a microgrid capable of providing reliable power for core critical transit infrastructure.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. moved its headquarters from Pasadena, Calif., to Dallas, expanding its current footprint in downtown Dallas’ Harwood Center. Pasadena served as Jacobs’ headquarters since it was founded by Dr. Joseph J. Jacobs in 1947.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. joined 100 Resilient Cities (100RC), pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation, as a Platform Partner to give urban centers across the world access to tools to help them plan and implement citywide resilience strategies and establish measures for success.
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