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Fuscoe Engineering opens Mission Hills, Calif. office

Fuscoe Engineering, Inc. announced the opening of its new Mission Hills office. In addition to its convenient Downtown Los Angeles presence, Fuscoe Engineering is expanding to better serve its existing and new Los Angeles County clients throughout the San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys, as well as Ventura and Kern Counties.

MnDOT announces smaller 2016 state road construction program

Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith and Transportation Commissioner Charlie Zelle announced a list of 246 state road and bridge projects slated for construction this season. MnDOT is expected to experience a funding shortfall in 2018 under the current funding formula, which will reduce ongoing state road and bridge funding by 45 percent.

AEC TECH NEWS: Autodesk releases Revit 2017

Autodesk announced several new and enhanced features for its flagship Revit software designed to increase software performance and help users better model and communicate design intent. Available starting April 18, 2016, Autodesk Revit 2017 software is the latest version of its software purpose-built for BIM.

Proposed reforms for Michigan go beyond federal Lead and Copper Rule

Better protecting people from lead and copper in drinking water is the goal of reforms proposed at a meeting of the Flint Water Interagency Coordinating Committee (FWICC), Gov. Rick Snyder said. A FWICC Policy Subcommittee outlined a series of needed reforms to the federal Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) for Michigan to follow that puts public health first while providing more transparency and public education.

AWC offers special program designed for the code community

The American Wood Council (AWC) developed and launched the Code Official Connections program. Participants receive instant access to building code-referenced AWC standards and resources, as well as technical support to assist in the evaluation of design, review of plans and inspection of wood buildings.

NACTO releases design guide for transit-friendly streets

Transportation directors from North America’s largest cities announced the release of a new design guide for building world-class transit streets — providing a framework for cities to grow without slowing down, while making city streets great places to be. The Transit Street Design Guide, published by the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO), is a blueprint for the future of mobility in cities.

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