Tag: North Carolina
SWCA Environmental Consultants acquired REAP, a renewable energy and historic preservation firm based in Sanford, N.C. REAP is a development services consulting firm that offers critical issue analysis, environmental permitting, site selection and control, coordination with government agencies, cultural resource preservation, and management of available tax incentives.
SEPI Engineering & Construction, a fully-integrated engineering firm, launched its new brand, symbolized by introduction of a new logo and visual identity that indicates its multi-disciplinary approach to projects.
Hanna Park, a multiuse recreation complex on McBrayer Springs Road in Shelby, N.C., is now open to the public. Woolpert was contracted by the city to provide architecture, engineering and geospatial services for the $7.6 million, 85-acre project.
SEPI Engineering & Construction (SEPI), a fully-integrated engineering and design firm, hired Steve Moore as a Senior Vice President, Director of Corporate Growth & Development, and promoted Barry Moose to expand his role as Senior Vice President to encompass the responsibilities of Director of Infrastructure.
McKim & Creed, Inc., of Wilmington, N.C., earned a National Recognition Award for exemplary engineering achievement in the American Council of Engineering Companies’ (ACEC) 52nd annual Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) for the Melinda K. Knoerzer Adaptive Ecosystem Reclamation project in Pender County, N.C.
VHB acquired Ecological Engineering, a 16-person, natural and water resources firm in Raleigh, N.C. Together with Ecological Engineering, VHB’s 100+ professionals in Raleigh and Charlotte, N.C., are poised to deliver a broader array of services to meet market demands throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.
The Lane Construction Corporation, the U.S. subsidiary of Salini Impregilo Group, won a $260 million highway contract in North Carolina to make final improvements to the I-77/I-40 Interchange in Iredell County.
Despite the fury Hurricane Florence unleashed along the coastline of the Carolinas, areas with wide sandy beaches and high dunes fared well in the face of an unprecedented onslaught of storm surge and waves, according to the American Shore & Beach Preservation Association (ASBPA).
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announced the immediate availability of $14 million in “quick release” Emergency Relief (ER) funds to help restore access to essential roads and bridges damaged by Hurricane Florence throughout North Carolina.