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June 5, 2013

N.Y. MTA 2nd Avenue project wins award

Developed a Community Outreach Program, which includes Public Workshops, Construction Advisory Committees, monthly newsletters, community underground tours and the creation of a Community Information Center.


April 18, 2011

Chicago transit honored for rail track renewal project

As part of the project, crews replaced nearly seven miles of running rail, contact rail and ties — including all wooden ties dating back to the 1950s — which were replaced with concrete.


April 12, 2011

Cleveland RTA honored for ‘HealthLine’ BRT

Acknowledged by the American Council of Engineering Companies with its National Recognition Award, presented in Washington, D.C.


May 8, 2009

Gannett Fleming wins ACEC Honor Award

Firm recognized for Grand Avenue Bus Depot and Central Maintenance Facility, built for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York City Transit.


February 5, 2009

PB wins three ACEC Washington State awards

Received gold awards for its work on Sound Transit’s Regional Transit System Plan and the Fremont Bridge Approach Replacement, and a silver award in the transportation category for its work on the South Lake Union Streetcar.


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