CT Consultants, Inc. acquired Cawrse & Associates of Chagrin Falls, Ohio. With this transaction, clients are offered added in-depth professional landscape architectural and land planning services that will further enhance the development and preservation of civic assets and infrastructure.
AECOM Technical Services, Inc. has been recommended for a $5 million contract to design and develop Ohio’s connected and autonomous vehicle infrastructure.
The Kent State University Board of Trustees adopted a 10-year facilities master plan that embarks on a $1 billion “transformative journey of the Kent Campus to better serve the needs of students and the entire Kent State community.” The master plan would be implemented in three phases over the next decade
Finley Engineering Group, a Tallahassee-based bridge design and construction engineering firm, received four awards of excellence from the American Segmental Bridge Institute (ASBI) during the ninth biennial, 2017 ASBI Bridge Award of Excellence competition.
CT Consultants Inc., a growing civil engineering company, acquired GGC Engineers of Gahanna, Ohio.
Gov. John R. Kasich signed an executive order creating a one-stop shop that will make it easier for researchers to advance connected and autonomous vehicle technologies. The new center, DriveOhio, will bring together those responsible for building infrastructure in Ohio with those who are developing new transportation technologies
In October, the Ohio Department of Transportation announced that the Walsh Design-Build Team, consisting of Walsh Construction and CH2M, will design and construct $228 million in repairs and rehabilitation of the I-480 Valley View Bridge near Cleveland, including a deck replacement.
There are lots of moving parts to bringing the world’s first freshwater wind turbines to Lake Erie by 2018, but Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) researchers are focused on keeping one critical piece from moving too much: The vertical support structure.
The Ohio State University (OSU) is taking a major step forward with the development of a new hospital and ambulatory center. The university announced requests for qualifications seeking design professionals for the inpatient tower and outpatient care facility that are key components of this bold plan.