Tagged: Transportation/Infrastructure

Terracon Names Adrian Keller as National Manager for the Transportation and Infrastructure Sector

November 6, 2018

OLATHE, Kan. — Terracon, a nationally known and respected consulting engineering firm, has named Adrian Keller, P.E., R.G., G.E., as National Manager for the Transportation and Infrastructure Sector specializing in geotechnical engineering services. Keller joins …

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Maintenance Maximizes Parking Structure Investment

October 24, 2018

When we park our vehicles in a parking deck structure, we don’t typically think about the safety of the structure itself. Fully exposed to the elements in addition to facing the added wear of vehicle …

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Using an Established Technique For A New Application

October 24, 2018

Have you ever seen a solid concrete structure with no apparent seams and wondered, “How did they build that?” The answer is slip-form placement. The primary advantage of slip-form construction over stacked concrete is that …

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Helping Heavy-Wear Pavements Last Longer

July 19, 2018

Imagine – how would you get to work, to school, or to anywhere without good roads? Without passable paved roads, driveways and parking , our lives would be immensely more complicated. Of all the infrastructure …

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Terracon Names Michael Jenkins as National Director for Transportation Construction Engineering Services

July 19, 2018

AUSTIN, Texas — Terracon, a nationally known and respected consulting engineering firm, has named Michael Jenkins, P.E., as national director for transportation construction engineering services. Jenkins joins Terracon with a proven track record of working …

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Success of Alaskan Projects depends on Quality Assurance

June 18, 2018

Reliable materials verification crucial to public projects Alaska, land of extremes. . . extreme landscapes, extreme natural beauty, extreme wildlife, extreme topography, and some of the most extreme transportation infrastructure construction conditions in the nation. …

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Leveraging Technology: Reducing Environmental Compliance Risk at an International Airport

April 4, 2018

An Environmental Management Information System (EMIS) is frequently a critical component of an effective Environmental Management System (EMS). Many regulated entities, including airports and airlines are investing in EMIS solutions to help manage their environmental …

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Modernizing an Airport Terminal: Expanding Concourse to Improve Customer Experience

March 16, 2018

As one of Arizona’s main transportation hubs, the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has experienced a significant amount of growth and expansion in the last five years. To meet the needs of its nearly 40 …

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Experience Prevails: Uncovering Hidden Obstacles

January 31, 2018

Located just 10 nautical miles from the Atlantic Ocean in Jacksonville, Fla., Dames Point Marine Terminal is JAXPORT’s newest marine facility. Opened in 2009, it includes a state-of-the art container terminal capable of handling an …

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Accreditations Matter: Being the Best Project Partner

January 5, 2018

For many municipalities, protecting the public and homes and businesses from the threat of flooding is a major priority. Based on geographic location and local topographic and man-made drainage conditions, they may be more susceptible …

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