Civil News

GDOT’s signal software update to make traffic ‘smart’

Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) in partnership with Intelight, Inc. announced the deployment of state-of-the-art “smart” signals at 1,000 intersections throughout Georgia. The project is part of a statewide upgrade which converts traffic lights in Georgia to an up-to-the-second traffic signal controller technology.

University of Georgia’s new civil engineering program earns accreditation

The University of Georgia College of Engineering’s undergraduate degree program in civil engineering has earned its initial accreditation from the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, the recognized global accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering and engineering technology.

McKim & Creed contracts with New York District COE on coastline surveys

McKim & Creed, Inc. was given notice to proceed on beach profiles and coastline surveys to be conducted along the New York shoreline for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District. The contracts include a beach profile, topographic survey and utility survey for a 6.7-mile area of Long Beach Island, New York; a condition survey of 19 miles of Great South Bay, New York; and hydrographic surveys of Patchogue River and the Glen Cove Creek Federal Navigation Channel.

STV celebrates completion of The Hills at Governors Island

The Hills of Governors Island have come alive as part of the ongoing transformation of New York City’s island park. This one-of-a-kind attraction opened to the public this month — a full year ahead of schedule — thanks in part to the management and planning provided by STV, which served, in a joint venture, as the resident engineer on the project.

Mayor, MPC unveil Chicago's first unified vision for city's three rivers

Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced his support for Our Great Rivers, the city’s first unifying and forward-looking vision and action agenda for Chicago’s three rivers — the Calumet River, Chicago River and Des Plaines River. Our Great Rivers calls for Chicago’s rivers to be more inviting, productive and living places by 2040, and was created in partnership with the Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC).

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