Fluor Corporation announced that Bridging North America, a partnership of Fluor and ACS Infrastructure Canada, was selected as the preferred proponent to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Gordie Howe International Bridge project for Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority
Michigan is first in the nation to implement a coordinated effort to better manage the state’s drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, transportation, and private utilities under legislation signed July 2 by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Ford Motor Company and Grand Rapids are working closely with public stakeholders as well as AT&T, Dell Technologies, Microsoft, PlanetM, and The Right Place to launch the Grand Rapids City of Tomorrow Challenge – a crowdsourcing platform for residents, businesses and community groups to propose and pilot solutions that improve mobility in Grand Rapids.
Strengthened state standards for the federal Lead and Copper Rule will better safeguard Michigan residents from lead in their drinking water, Gov. Rick Snyder announced after the rules were filed, making the new standards part of official state statute.
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Michigan (ACEC/M) recently honored firms for engineering and surveying excellence during the association’s annual Engineering and Surveying Excellence Awards ceremony.
Giffels Webster, a Detroit-headquartered consulting firm specializing in infrastructure and land development solutions for public, private and institutional clients, is introducing three new web tools that make the community planning process easier for citizens, developers and municipal officials.
Giffels Webster, a Detroit-headquartered consulting firm specializing in infrastructure and land development solutions for public, private and institutional clients, is one of the “Top Workplaces” of 2017, according to the Detroit Free Press.
Hubbell, Roth & Clark Partner Keith McCormack, P.E., of Rochester Hills, was honored by the Water Environment Federation (WEF) for his excellence in the planning, design and construction of water and sewer infrastructure.
Michigan-based construction services company Barton Malow will be hosting an event at the Greektown Casino-Hotel to showcase bid opportunities for the new Hudson's Site Development. Barton Malow is in search of companies who can self-perform one (or many) of the various tasks required to give Detroit a new, iconic building that celebrates the rich history of the site.