Voorhees, N.J.-based American Water’s Applied Water Management Group has won the New Jersey Governor’s Environmental Excellence Award for the Reclaimed Water for Beneficial Reuse project in Burlington County, N.J.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has received an innovation award from the Chicago-based Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) for designing the deck-panel system on the I-90 bridge over Deer Creek in Madison, Wis. The Maine Department of Transportation has received PCI’s Best All-Precast Concrete Bridge and Best Bridge with Spans Between 65 and 135 Feet for the Davis Narrows Bridge. Also, Greenville, S.C.-based Craig, Gaulden & Davis Architects has received PCI’s Best Parking Structure award for the South Spring Street parking deck in Greenville.
The South Carolina Department of Transportation has received the Excellence in Highway Design Award from the Washington-based Federal Highway Administration for the Arthur Ravenel Bridge.
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based EDSA has received a Merit Award from the Washington-based American Society of Landscape Architects for the Old South Baton Rouge Neighborhood & Economic Revitalization Strategy, which is part of the strategic plan for downtown Baton Rouge, La.
Michigan has received the Recognition Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Information Technology in State Government from the Lexington, Ky.-based National Association of State Chief Information Officers for its Human Resources Optimization project that streamlined its human resources services.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation; Olmstead County, Maine, Public Works Department; Oklahoma Department of Transportation; Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department; New York Department of Transportation; the Blair, Neb., Airport Authority; Minneapolis Metropolitan Airport Commission; and the Colorado Department of Transportation were Gold Winners in the Skokie, Ill.-based American Concrete Pavement Association’s 17th Annual Excellence in Concrete Pavement awards.
Ashland, Ore., has been named a Smart21 Community by the New York-based Intelligent Community Forum for the city’s Ashland Fiber Network, which provides cable television and Internet access to residents and businesses.
The Telluride, Colo., Regional Airport Authority has contracted with Lenexa, Kan.-based Terracon to help engineer and design runway and safety improvements. Also, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has contracted with the company to prepare a feasibility study on cleaning a contaminated site in Lake Elmo, Minn.
The New York Parks and Recreation Department has contracted with locally based Vollmer to landscape and design parks and playgrounds across the city.
Fairfax County, Va., has contracted with New York-based Parsons Brinckerhoff to coordinate community participation as part of the Tysons Corner Comprehensive Plan.
Washington-based County Executives of America has contracted with New York-based MetLife Resources to provide 457(b) deferred compensation plans to association members.
The Montgomery, Ala.-based Alabama League of Municipalities has contracted with Birmingham, Ala.-based Revenue Discovery Systems to provide debt collection services.
The Georgia Department of Transportation has begun installing an electronic tracking system from Phoenix-based HELP that allows trucks to bypass weigh stations.