Less than one year after the contract was awarded, Light Projects’ illumination and color design for Louisville’s 2nd Street Bridge and Streetscape opened to celebrants on October 13, 2010. Officially named 2nd Street Transportation Project, the landscape architect was Carman and engineers HDR. Our client was Louisville’s Downtown Development Corporation (DDC). DDC and Carman navigated complex approval processes which included federal government agencies, State and City De
March 18th 2010: Crains New York Business announced, Skidmore Owings & Merrill selected to design first phase of work to convert Farley Post Office into a new train station.
The project received $83.3 million in funds from the federal American Reinvestment and Recovery Act last month. From the Regional Plan Association website; Moynihan Station Project Timeline Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan first articulated his vision for a great new Penn Station in the landmark Farley Pos
Image: MTC/California High-Speed Train from 1999 From Progressive Railroading: The Surface Transportation Authorization Act of 2009 (STAA) proposes $99.8 billion for public transportation — a more than 90 percent increase compared with SAFETEA-LU levels. The bill also calls for investing $50 billion in high-speed rail.
The (funding) guidelines institute a July 10 pre-application deadline, which will enable the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) to provide feedback on proje
A/E firms (and sub-consultants who regularly team for public works) should get their Federal Forms SF 330 updated and ready to create design team proposals, as indicated by Ann Looper Pryor’s post on LinkedIn, today, May 7, 2009, Several major funding sources will start the RFP process in mid-May to fulfill the strict funding deadlines as discussed previously on this blog. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act gives agencies, counties, and municipalities … 90-120 days
Greater New York Construction User Council and the Building Trades Employers’ Association at AIA Center for Architecture (NYC), April 21,2009. The panels were: Rebuilding our Nation’s Infrastructure, from Housing to Highways, Green Retrofitting of Public and Private Buildings, Public-Private Partnerships for Municipal and Institutional construction, Renewable Energy for the 21st Century. Here I comment on two of them: Rebuilding our Nation’s Infrastructure, from Housing to H