Tag: Pittsburgh

Revitalizing American Infrastructure: Bridge Inspection and Testing

By Luke Carothers In the world of infrastructure, one of the biggest events of the past year was the collapse of the Fern Hollow Bridge...

Pittsburgh International Airport collaborated with innovative ground improvement contractor Menard Group USA on two...

PITTSBURGH – Recently named among the world’s most innovative organizations by Fast Company magazine, Pittsburgh International Airport collaborated with innovative ground improvement contractor Menard...

An interview with Greg Laugeni, GCP Applied Technologies

A conversation with Greg Laugeni, GCP Applied Technologies Due to the growing demand for high-speed data connections, particularly 5G, microtrenching is sweeping across the U.S. Recently,...

Four Ways to Take on the Living Building Challenge

By Barry Stiles The Living Building Challenge calls on engineers, architects, and designers to create buildings that have a positive net effect on their surroundings....

O&S Associates commissions world’s first Parksmart Gold certified parking structure

O&S Associates, Inc., an engineering and architecture firm, recently served as the commissioning agent for the Gold 1 Garage in Pittsburgh. This is the first Parksmart Gold project of its kind in the world to achieve the highest level of certification.

Green Light for Great Streets: Accelerating change

During the course of the last year, the National Association of City Transportation Officials’ (NACTO) Green Light for Great Streets project explored structural challenges facing transportation agencies, and uncovered the patterns and opportunities that cities often use to get more done, faster.

McKim & Creed acquires Loftus Engineers, LLC

McKim & Creed, Inc., one of the largest engineering, geomatics (surveying) and planning firms headquartered in the Southeast, acquired Pittsburgh-based Loftus Engineers, LLC.

Michael Baker International completes Phase 1 of revitalization project to reconnect Pittsburgh’s Hill District...

Michael Baker International announced the completion of Phase I (Element I) of a multi-phase, design-services contract to establish the infrastructure for the sustainable redevelopment of the 28-acre site of Pittsburgh’s former Civic (Mellon) Arena. This infrastructure reestablishes a street grid that provides a historic first step reconnecting Hill District neighborhoods that have been separated since the 1950s, with downtown Pittsburgh.

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