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AASHTO President Thompson: ‘Togetherness’ key to success

May 9, 2024

…when tackling critical industry issues during a visit to the AASHTO office in Washington, D.C., on May 2. Photo courtesy of AASHTO. In town for the four-day AASHTO Executive Institute…

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FAA awarded $148.3 million for airport projects

April 24, 2024

Washington: This project constructs a new 10,000-square-foot hangar No. 80 for aircraft storage, maintenance, or service to assist the airport to be as self-sustaining as possible by generating revenue. $1.5…

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Core & Main completes acquisition of ACF West

April 18, 2024

…geosynthetic materials and provider of soil stabilization solutions with six locations across Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Utah. “We are excited to grow our geosynthetics footprint across the western United States…

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FHWA issues $830M in PROTECT resiliency grants

April 17, 2024

…of Transportation in Washington, D.C., will receive $1 million to conduct an engineering study and develop an implementation plan to improve flood resilience of the Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue NE…

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Register now for 2024 GMA Spring Lobby Days – June 5–6 in Washington, D.C.

April 11, 2024

…Now is the time to register for the GMA Spring Lobby Days taking place on June 5–6, 2024, in Washington, D.C. Geosynthetic Materials Association (GMA) members will have…

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The use of bituminous geomembranes (BGM) in reservoir applications

April 10, 2024

…square feet (188,000 m²). The Dam Safety Commission of the state of Washington granted approval for the proposed design on November 30, 2015. With a proposed budget of $31 million,…

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Electric Liner Leak location for industrial ponds

April 4, 2024

…for nuclear waste tanks at the Hanford site in eastern Washington. Following the LDM program, Shawn moved into field geophysics, gaining high-level experience with HGI’s geophysical technology toolbox. In addition…

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FHWA offering $44 million in Active Transportation Grants

April 1, 2024

…new path, located behind the Gotham Greens building in Olneyville, offers new access to the Woonasquatucket River and will serve as a connector between the Greenway and the Washington Secondary…

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Investments in innovative transportation technology projects announced

March 19, 2024

Washington, focus on using connected vehicle and smart roadside sensors to improve safety for drivers, pedestrians, and other road users on urban streets and rural highways. In Wyoming and Maryland,…

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FHWA’s Ocel receives 2024 Richard Fountain Award

March 4, 2024

…the FHWA in 2009 as the structural steel research program manager at the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center near Washington, D.C. In 2021, he joined the FHWA’s Resource Center as a…

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