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March 20, 2013

STV names Amodei head of T&I division's Northeast region

With more than 25 years of professional experience, Richard Amodei has been responsible for the pursuit and performance of several major projects, including the Delaware River Port Authority's $1.5 billion Glassboro-to-Camden light rail line.


June 9, 2011

DART Green Line project wins ASCE award

STV, in a joint venture, provided program management, design and construction management for Phase I of the light rail project — a 25-mile, 13-station light rail build-out of the DART system that was completed in 2003.


January 6, 2010

AECOM joint venture awarded $18M N.J. contract

Early construction is expected to begin during late spring 2010. The replacement bridges are slated for completion in 2017.


December 17, 2009

STV acquires Dallas' Civil Structures Inc.

Company is currently working on the Dallas Area Rapid Transit light rail extension. The firm is providing program management, design and construction management for the $400 million, 25-mile, and 13-station light rail build out.


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