AECOM, a fully integrated infrastructure firm, introduced AECOM Tishman and AECOM Hunt — brand identities that bring together generations of building experience and expertise across a wide range of global markets.
Michael Baker International was awarded a $7.6 million contract by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) to study the I-605/SR-91 interchange, identify improvements and widen a particularly choked three-mile stretch of westbound SR-91 in Los Angeles.
Dewberry was recognized for its work on the Springfield Gardens Area D project with a Silver Award in the waste and stormwater category from the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York (ACEC NY).
American consumers spent less than 4 percent of their total annual household spending on energy in 2016, the smallest share ever recorded by the U.S. government, a new study finds.
Smart Cities Council, the world’s largest smart cities network, announced that Austin, Texas; Indianapolis; Miami; Orlando, Fla.; and Philadelphia are the five winners of the Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Grant program.
AECOM reported first quarter revenue of $4.4 billion. Net income and diluted earnings per share were $47 million and $0.30 in the first quarter, respectively.
Following hundreds of public meetings and thousands of public comments, California released the final, refined environmental documents for WaterFix, an essential effort to modernize the State’s water infrastructure.
Florida Governor Rick Scott announced that the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will receive $10.8 billion in the recommended FY 2017-2018 “Fighting for Florida’s Future” Budget to make strategic transportation investments statewide.
The New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation Board of Directors approved $662.9 million in grants and interest-free and low-cost loans to support vital wastewater and drinking water infrastructure projects. This funding complements Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s State of the State proposal to invest a record $2 billion in critical water infrastructure across New York.