Tag: transportation

Final Drilled Shaft Completed on Lynnwood Link Extension

On December 11, Sound Transit’s $800 million Lynnwood Link Extension (L300) project reached an important milestone as contractors completed the last of the 110 drilled shafts required for the northern segment of this light rail expansion. Sound Transit, the public transit authority for the greater Seattle, Washington region, is expanding its network with 8.5 miles […]

Kent South 224th/228th Street Corridor Project Hits Milestone

Earlier this month, contractors installed 24 girders for the South 228th Street Bridge in central Kent, Washington. This is one of the final milestones in the City of Kent’s ongoing South 224th/228th Street Corridor project, which will provide a robust new east-west artery to connect Kent’s communities. The 200-foot-long dual-span bridge will carry South 228th […]

Transportation Projects Win National Finalist ACEC Awards

Two GeoEngineers projects were recognized as national finalists by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), Washington Chapter, at its Engineering Excellence Awards on January 24. The South 224th Street Expansion/SR 167 Bridge won a National Finalist Gold Award in the transportation category, and the Little Pilchuck Creek Fish Passage Project won a National Finalist […]

I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East Project Wins Award

GeoEngineers’ I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East project won an America’s Transportation Award and is one of 12 finalists competing for the national Grand Prize and People’s Choice Award. The project was nominated for “Best Use of Technology and Innovation” for the careful integration of wildlife habitat and highway crossings. The project successfully widened a 15-mile stretch […]

Loyola Interchange Launches with Contract Signing Event

Larry Sant attended a contract signing event to kick off the I-10/Loyola Interchange project—a $125.6 million new entrance for Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. GeoEngineers is providing geotechnical services for this marquee Louisiana transportation project. The event drew officials from across the state, including Secretary of Transportation Shawn Wilson and Louisiana Department of Transportation […]

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