U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will award contract this year to deepen Alaska port to 40 ft.
Jody Walker Belsick, Civil Engineering Development Services in Western United States for Kimley-Horn is the region’s 2024 Legacy Award recipient.
ConocoPhillips decision for estimated $8B North Slope energy development comes four days after U.S. appeals court rejected opponents' latest plea to stop $900M of winter construction work now underway.
While the construction outlook for Anchorage and Alaska in general seems to have peaked somewhat, Storter says there are three big drivers for infrastructure development: the Alaska Dept. of Transportation, the US Army Corps of Engineers and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
The Earthquake Ready Burnside Bridge project in Portland would replace a busy river crossing completed nearly 100 years ago.
The project is planned to include design and construction of a 2,625-ft-long, eight-lane immersed tube tunnel to replace the aging four-lane George Massey Tunnel.
Despite industry-wide challenges from labor shortages and frustrating supply chain snags, most specialty contractors across the West Coast saw revenue gains in 2022.
Average revenue for California firms rose 9% in 2022, while average firm revenue in the Northwest dropped 2.5%.
While design firms are faring well, issues in the economy are making the success conditional for some.