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    First Span of the New Kosciuszko Bridge Opens Today

    Today marks the official inauguration of the first span of the new Kosciuszko Bridge in New York City, a project that we’re proud to have been part of. The $555 million development is the largest single contract the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) has ever undertaken. The design-build contract for this span of […]

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    Crisis in Flint Underscores a National Problem

    As Flint, Mich., slowly recovers from its devastating water disaster, awareness grows that contaminants could be poisoning other drinking-water systems across the U.S. For Anthony Jones, 46, a Gulf War veteran and apprentice craftworker based in Flint, the work that he does—pulling out lead service lines to homes—is personal. After news reports surfaced that drinking […]

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    Gedeon GRC Proudly Sponsors ASLA-NY’s President’s Gala

      Gedeon GRC is proud to support ASLA-NY’s President’s Dinner Gala as a Bronze-level sponsor. The ASLA-NY President’s Dinner Gala is a celebration of landscape architecture in New York bringing together chapter members, partner organizations, allied professionals, vendors and friends for an evening of dinner, drinks and social interaction. Honorees include: Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Senator Gillibrand has […]

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  • Democrats’ Platform Supports Big Hike for Infrastructure Spending

    Nominee Clinton has backed $275B boost over five years, including infrastructure bank The Democratic Party has endorsed a major boost in federal infrastructure spending, including highways, transit, water, energy and communications projects. The plan also includes a national infrastructure bank and backs reviving the popular Build America Bonds program. The party’s 2016 platform, which delegates […]

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  • Full-Day Envision Sustainability (ENV SP) Accreditation Exam Workshop

    Gannett Fleming, in collaboration with Gedeon GRC Consulting, is organizing a full-day workshop to equip participants to take the Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP) accreditation exam on Thursday June 9, 2016. For more information, contact Lennie Whitcomb at lwhitcomb@gfnet.com, or see below.

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  • Inside America’s Infrastructure Problem

    “An example for the Nation” is how President Lyndon Johnson imagined Washington’s Metro, in a letter that he wrote fifty years ago to an official involved in planning it. And so it was. When the Metro opened, ten years later, in 1976, it was acclaimed as a farsighted fusion of design and utility, a system […]

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  • Tens of thousands of US bridges are literally falling apart

    Last September, Mike Peterson was driving airport shuttle passengers in Salt Lake City as he has been doing for about 20 years when a large chunk of concrete fell from the overpass he was driving under onto his car, crushing its hood. One 25-lb. piece wound up in the front passenger seat. “Another six to […]

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  • How NJ Transit plans to keep trains running during a blackout

    The first steps to building a back-up power system to keep sections of NJ Transit’s busiest rail lines running, after a blackout or storm knocks out electricity, were taken by NJ Transit’s board Wednesday. Board members approved a $17 million contract with Jacobs Engineering Group of Morristown to design and do preliminary engineering for what […]

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  • Update on NYCDDC First Annual REI Consulting Engineering & Construction Management Forum

    On Thursday, December 3, 2015, Gedeon GRC Consulting (Gedeon GRC), in association with Excelsior Engineering Services, PC(Excelsior), held a Resident Engineering Inspection meeting for field staff, following the NYCDDC Associate Commissioner Tom Foley’s presentation at the First Annual REI Consulting Engineering & Construction Management Forum. The main purpose of the meeting, led primarily by Gedeon GRC’s […]

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  • New York City Named Number One In The World For Technology, Innovation And Entrepreneurship

    New York City has been named the top city in the world for technology, innovation and entrepreneurship, according to a study from Accenture, Nesta and Future Cities Catapult.  The report, City Initiatives for Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CITIE), cited New York City’s leadership as a key differentiator, having supported the growth of the tech ecosystem […]

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