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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport sticky icon

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When the City of Atlanta leased 287 acres of land for an airfield in 1925, no one imagined that in 2013 nearly 95 million passengers would pass through what became the world's busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson International.  Similarly, the inbound roadway system designers of the late 1970s could not have envisioned the doubling of automobile traffic that would clog airport entrance roadways some 30+ years later.  So to improve traffic flow and provide for the airport's continued growth, the Inbound Roadways Project was begun in 2013.

New Jersey Turnpike - Interchange 6 to 9 Widening sticky icon

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~~The New Jersey Turnpike, completed in 1952, is a major thoroughfare traversing the state from northeast to southwest.  From the day it opened, the Turnpike has both facilitated and accelerated economic development in New Jersey, in neighboring municipalities, and throughout the mid-Atlantic region. One of the most heavily travelled highways in the country, the Turnpike has an average daily traffic in excess of 500,000 vehicles.  Yet by 2032, traffic demand is expected to increase by 68% in the northbound direction and an astonishing 92% southbound.

Veterans Memorial Bridge / Design-Build sticky icon

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As the gateway to Maine's largest metropolitan area, Veterans Memorial Bridge (VMB) carries the Veterans Memorial Parkway and more than 22,000 vehicles a day between Portland and South Portland.  In 2009 the Maine DOT issued a design-build RFP to replace the narrow and deteriorating original span and requiring a 100-year service life for the new structure.  The winning team comprised Reed & Reed (Woolwich, ME; general contractor), T.Y. Lin International (Falmouth, ME; bridge designer), GZA Geoenvironmental (Portland, ME; geotechnical engineer) and R. J.

North Tarrant Express - Mega Project Successfully Wraps Up sticky icon

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The North Tarrant Express (NTE) project is along one of the most congested highway corridors in the Dallas-Fort Worth region. This multiple-phased project will improve the mobility along I-35W, I-820 and SH 121/183 Airport Freeway. While the project adds four managed toll lanes, it also rebuilds the existing main lanes and frontage roads. The first segment of this Public-Private Partnership (P3) project was awarded to NTE Mobility Partners (NTEMP), a consortium of Cintra US, Meridiam Infrastructure, the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System, and W.W.

Bay Area Transit (BART) - Warm Springs Extension, Walnut Avenue sticky icon

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Major construction on the Warm Springs Extension in Fremont, CA began in August of 2009 with the commencement of the Fremont Central Park Subway Contract. Work on the design-build Line, Track, Station and Systems (LTSS) contract, which began in October of 2011, will continue until the fall of 2015. This project, when complete, will add 5.4-miles of new track from the existing Fremont Station south to a new station in the Warm Springs District of the City of Fremont.

RECo & "The Path of the Pronghorn" sticky icon

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The Pronghorn is a hearty antelope-like animal endemic to central and western North America.

Johnnie Dodds Boulevard - A Bridge Like No Other sticky icon

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Johnnie Dodds Boulevard

A Bridge Like No Other

 

Location: Mt. Pleasant, SC

A Winning Combination: President George Bush Turnpike sticky icon

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A Winning Combination 161 Toll Road - Design-Build

Location: Grand Prairie, TX

Rt. 52 Causeway sticky icon

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Rt. 52 Bridge Replacement

The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) began in Summer 2006 the first part of its $400 million project to replace the Route 52 Causeway bridges and the roadway section between Somers Point and Ocean City, with a 3-mile-long structure connecting these seaside communities. This was one of NJDOT's largest projects and considered critical because it is the emergency evacuation route for Ocean City, NJ.