Tag: Panama Canal
By Luke Carothers Despite the earliest plans for a project of its type being drafted in the beginning of the 16th century, the Panama Canal...
HDR received a Friendship Award from the U.S.-Panama Business Council, which presents the awards every year to individuals and companies that have contributed to strengthening relations between the two countries. HDR has worked on several high-profile projects in Panama, including providing program management and advisory services to the Panama Canal Authority.
Global engineering and consulting firm CH2M has been ranked #22 on Fortune Magazine's Change the World list. The 2017 list highlights 50 leading companies that are innovating to solve the world's biggest challenges through core profit-making strategy and operations. Companies were ranked based on the three criteria of measurable social impact, business results and degree of innovation.
The Panama Canal welcomed the largest capacity vessel to ever transit the Expanded Locks, the CMA CGM Theodore Roosevelt. The Neopanamax containership, which began its voyage from Asia, will be making stops along the U.S. East Coast.
The Panama Canal commemorated the one-year anniversary of the inauguration of its Expanded Canal, one of the most significant milestones in the history of the 102-year old waterway.
On May 2, the Panama Canal welcomed the largest vessel both in dimension and capacity to transit the Expanded Canal since it was inaugurated in June 2016.
Less than nine months after the historic inauguration of the Expanded Canal, the Panama Canal announced that it has welcomed its 1,000th Neopanamax vessel through the waterway
The Bayonne Bridge’s new elevated roadway opened to drivers Feb. 20.
Acrow Bridge recently completed installation of a permanent, steel pipe trestle bridge at the Port of Wilmington, N.C. Due to the recent expansion of the Panama Canal, the Cape Fear River at the port needed to be widened to accommodate turning movements of larger vessels. As a result, the existing pipe trestle needed to be abandoned and reconstructed outside the river dredging limits.