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MoDOT seeks ideas for ‘Road to Tomorrow’

The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission announced its intention to make Interstate 70 from Kansas City to St. Louis available to private industry, entrepreneurs and innovators as a laboratory for construction of the next generation of highways.

VDOT announces procurement plans for I-66 improvements

Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Secretary Aubrey Layne announced the process that the Commonwealth will follow to select the right procurement method to finance improvements to I-66 Outside the Beltway. A decision on whether the project will be publicly financed by the state or procured under the Public-Private Transportation Act, as a P3, will be made by November 2015.

ISG opens new office in Minneapolis/St. Paul

ISG, a full service architecture, engineering, environmental and planning firm, opened a new office in Minneapolis/St. Paul. This becomes the seventh office location for ISG across Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin.

Team heads to Nepal to study seismic performance of buildings

After a magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Nepal in late April, much of the country’s buildings were destroyed. But there were also several instances where one structure collapsed and another one, right next to it, did not. And that is why Andreas Stavridis, Ph.D., University at Buffalo assistant professor of civil, structural and environmental engineering, is traveling to Nepal with a team of researchers.

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