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Parsons’ Hastings Bridge Project wins NSBA 2016 Prize Bridge Award

Parsons announced that the Hastings Bridge was honored by the National Steel Bridge Alliance (NSBA) on June 28, 2016, with the 2016 Prize Bridge Award in the major span category. Parsons served as the lead designer in the Hastings Bridge design-build joint venture and also provided engineering management and bridge erection engineering services.

AEM launches ‘Build’ phase in Infrastructure Vision 2050 Challenge

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) launched the final phase of the Infrastructure Vision 2050 Challenge, an incentivized competition sponsored by the trade association to solicit groundbreaking ideas and solutions that address some of the biggest challenges facing United States infrastructure.

Indesructible bridges could be a reality

A new generation of indestructible bridges could be possible, thanks to research from the University of Warwick. Emeritus Professor Wanda Lewis in the School of Engineering has taken a design process called “form-finding,” inspired by the natural world, to another level.

ACE Mentor program collaborates with STEM Premier

The ACE (Architecture, Construction, Engineering) Mentor Program of America, the nation’s only design and construction industry-sponsored mentorship program for youth, is collaborating with STEM Premier, the first online platform solution that helps students design a career pathway, educators recruit top talent to their schools, and employers develop a stable, continuous talent pipeline.

NIST leads federal effort to save lives and property from windstorms

Congress recently designated the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to be the lead agency for the National Windstorm Impact Reduction Program (NWIRP), giving it the primary responsibility for planning and coordinating the collaboration of federal agencies charged with achieving “major measurable reductions in the losses of life and property from windstorms.”

New York announces $200 million to rehab and replace bridges and culvert

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the availability of $200 million in enhanced assistance for local governments over the next two years to rehabilitate and replace bridges and culverts statewide. This funding is being administered by the New York Stat​e Department of Transportation as part of its $21.1 billion five-year Capital Plan.

Class project designed to solve high school traffic congestion

Students in the Academy of Engineering at the Hialeah Gardens High School in Florida took on a class project to solve the traffic congestion around their school. Phase I of the project, presented to the Florida Department of Transportation, received rave reviews and was completed with the help of the P&G Engineering Company which provided professional guidance to the students.

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