Tag: New York State Department of Transportation

NYS DOT Delivers First Model-based Contracting 3D Project in Its History; Delivered the Project...

NYS Route 28 connects Ulster County and Delaware County, New York to the regional highway network and is part of an emergency lifeline...

Bridge Information Modeling (BrIM)

By Alexander Mabrich, PE, MSc, MBA, PMP, Burak Boyaci, and Lee Tanase Bridge information modeling (BrIM), or BIM for bridges, is an advanced methodology for the...

Eric Celia joins HNTB as project director

Previously led NYSDOT’s Project Management Office and Design Build Office ALBANY, N.Y.  – Eric Celia, PE, joined HNTB Corporation as project director and vice president....

Stantec Completes Rehabilitation of Key Section of I-690 Artery in Syracuse

Syracuse, NY (January 10, 2020) TSX, NYSE: STN Leading global design firm Stantec marks the completion of a $65 million project to rehabilitate a major...

Awards, promotions, and new hires

Freese and Nichols, Inc. bolstered its energy services by adding Oil & Gas Group Manager and Practice Leader Dan McKenzie, P.E. McKenzie has almost...

Modjeski and Masters to rehab two vertical-lift bridges over Erie Canal

Modjeski and Masters announced its selection for the rehabilitation of two vertical-lift bridges over the Erie Canal, built between 1911 and 1915, from the New York State Department of Transportation.

New York State DOT issues RFEI for Long Island tunnel project

The New York State Department of Transportation (NYS DOT) issued a Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEI) to advance the proposed Long Island tunnel project, which Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced in his 2018 State of the State address. The RFEI invites interested parties to provide input on engineering, environmental, operations and financial considerations that will be used to inform the future development of a Request for Proposals.

$250 million in funding available to rehab and replace local bridges across New York

New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the availability of $250 million in enhanced assistance for local governments to rehabilitate and replace bridges and culverts statewide. This new funding, provided through the Governor's BRIDGE NY initiative, adds to the $200 million announced by the Governor in 2016 for similar local projects.

NYSDOT and Nature Conservancy piloting a ‘critter shelf’ for wildlife

The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) and The Nature Conservancy are piloting the state’s first-ever “critter shelf” for wildlife. The suspended walkway provides a two-foot wide platform for wildlife to scurry through the culvert.

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