Tag: Kentucky

From Bus Repairs to Water Reclaimation

Old Kentucky Building Brings New Uses for Storm Runoff The 100-year-old former bus garage here is now providing the city with 21st century ecological benefits. ...

Something in the Water

By Chad Clinehens Three years ago, Zweig Group launched our “experience” themed leadership roundtables. The first two were held in Kentucky around tours of the...

ECS acquires GEM Engineering, Inc.

Engineering Consulting Services (ECS) acquired GEM Engineering, Inc. (GEM), whose office will now become the Louisville, Ky., location of ECS Southeast, LLP and a member of the ECS Group of Companies.

Smart Cities Council announces 2018 Readiness Challenge Grant winners

Smart Cities Council, the sector’s largest coalition, announced the winners of its 2018 Readiness Challenge Grants. Birmingham, Ala.; Cary, N.C.; Las Vegas; Louisville/Jefferson County, Ky.; and the Commonwealth of Virginia will receive mentoring as well as tailored products and services to accelerate their smart city initiatives.

Temporary detour bridge expected to decrease project timeline

Acrow Bridge, a leading international bridge engineering and supply company, provided the Indiana DOT (INDOT) a temporary detour bridge that is being used on US Route 41 over the Cheatam Slough in Evansville, Ind. The use of the rental bridge is expected to decrease the project timeline by an entire year, allowing for cost savings and far less inconvenience to the public.

Ohio River Bridges East End Crossing named Midwest’s Best Highways/Bridges Project

Parsons announced that the Ohio River Bridges East End Crossing project in Indiana — which includes the new Lewis and Clark Bridge — was named Best Project in the Highways/Bridges category of ENR Midwest’s 2017 awards competition.

Parsons’ Ohio River Bridges East End Crossing Project opened to traffic

Parsons announced that the Ohio River Bridges East End Crossing — now named the Lewis and Clark Bridge — opened to traffic on Sunday, Dec. 18 to connect SR 265 in Indiana with the Gene Snyder Freeway in Kentucky. The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the 2,500-foot-long cable-stayed bridge was held the same day and marked the substantial completion of the $2.3 billion Louisville Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges project.

Parsons to lead environmental review and prepare preliminary design for I-69 Ohio River Crossing

After an extensive Request for Proposal (RFP) process, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) selected Parsons to lead the environmental review and complete the preliminary design for the I-69 Ohio River Crossing project.

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