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Latest round of Tiger grants allocates US$500m across 43 states

14 Mar 2018: The US Department of Transportation (USDOT) has announced the recipients of nearly US$500m of discretionary grants. more »

Contractor picked for $64m repairs to Boston parking garages

14 Mar 2018: Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has chosen the contractor for a US$64m project to upgrade two parking garages along Greater Boston's Red Line. more »

$1bn masterplan approved for Kent State University

9 Mar 2018: The trustees of Kent State University in Ohio have approved a US$1bn plan to reshape the campus. more »

Parsons lands key role on new US-Canada bridge

8 Mar 2018: The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) has appointed Parsons as owner’s engineer for the Gordie Howe International Bridge project. more »

Alaskan highway project passes key hurdle

8 Mar 2018: The final environmental impact statement has been signed for an Alaskan highway project nearly 40 years after work began. more »

Design-build team picked for for $303m Tampa airport upgrade

7 Mar 2018: A design-build team of Hensel Phelps, HNTB and Beck has won a US$303m contract for upgrades to Tampa International Airport. more »

Contract awarded for $187m Long Island outfall

6 Mar 2018: A US$187m construction contract has been awarded for the replacement of a 2.7-mile tunneled wastewater outfall on Long Island, New York. more »

California moves forward with $6bn I-710 project

2 Mar 2018: The directors of Los Angeles Metro have unanimously approved plans for modernization of I-710 South Corridor to improve connections to the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. more »

Louis Berger wins further role at Salt Lake City airport

1 Mar 2018: Louis Berger is to provide program management services for Salt Lake City International Airport’s North Concourse program. more »

Sterling wins Texan highway contract

1 Mar 2018: The city of Coppell in Texas has appointed Sterling Construction to reconstruct the Freeport Parkway. more »

Michael Baker picked for 200-acre Californian development

1 Mar 2018: Michael Baker International has won a US$2.2m contract to carry out civil engineering and surveying services for a 1,000-unit residential development planned for the city of Palm Desert, California. more »

WSP picked for Seattle bus rapid transit

27 Feb 2018: WSP USA has won a US$6.4m contract for consultancy work on one of two bus rapid transit (BRT) projects being planned for the area around Seattle. more »

Modjeski & Masters wins renewal of bridge inspection contract

27 Feb 2018: The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) in Washington, DC, has renewed the appointment of Modjeski & Masters on a citywide contract for the inspection of bridges. more »

Nashville moves forward with soccer stadium

27 Feb 2018: Nashville has launched the process to finds a designer for a new Major League Soccer (MLS) stadium. more »

Boston finds new funds for affordable housing construction

27 Feb 2018: Seven projects across Boston have been awarded a total of US$15m in funding to build affordable housing. more »

Management contract awarded for new South Carolina bridge

23 Feb 2018: South Carolina Department of Transportation has appointed Michael Baker International to oversee the replacement of the Harbor River Bridge in Beaufort County. more »

Stantec picked for delta restoration

22 Feb 2018: Stantec has been appointed by Louisiana’s Coastal Protection & Restoration Authority (CPRA) to carry out engineering work for a project to improve wetlands around the Mississippi River. more »

NASA awards $132m FM deal

22 Feb 2018: NASA has awarded a contract for facilities operations and maintenance services at its Goddard Space Flight Center. more »

Virginia awards contracts worth $167.5m

22 Feb 2018: The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) in Virginia has approved the award of 23 contracts with a combined value of US$167.5m. more »

Designers picked for Bridgeport’s coastal resilience project

21 Feb 2018: A team of architects, engineers, designers and urban planners has been appointed to design coastal resilience measures for Bridgeport, Connecticut. more »

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