The Top 100 Global Infrastructure Projects Announced
CG/LA Infrastructure LLC, the world leader in infrastructure project identification and development, announced recently the release of the Top 100 Global Strategic Infrastructure Projects. The total estimated value of the projects identified is nearly US$550 billion. The Top 100 List is released prior to the 3rd Annual Global Forum (New York City, Dec. 9-11, 2009).
New 3D Information Modeling Tools Speed Road Rehab Work Funded By American Recovery And Reinvestment Act
2009 Bentley Roads and Bridges Conference – Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for the infrastructure that sustains our world, recently announced the availability by year’s end of new 3D information modeling tools for road rehabilitation work in its InRoads, GEOPAK, and MXROAD V8i (SELECTseries 1) products.
$100M In Obama Administration Economic Recovery Act Funds Charts New Course For Green Transportation
The Obama Administration recently announced $100M in Economic Recovery Act funding for 43 transit agencies that are pursuing cutting-edge environmental technologies to help reduce global warming, lessen America's dependence on oil and create green jobs
Envirogen Technologies, Inc. Formed
The Amplio Group recently announced the formation of Envirogen Technologies, Inc., a technology+services solutions provider with existing business in municipal and industrial water and environmental treatment applications.
Parsons Brinckerhoff Agrees To Be Acquired By Balfour Beatty
Keith J. Hawksworth, the CEO of Parsons Brinckerhoff
Inc. (PB), the employee-owned engineering, strategic consulting, planning and
program/construction management firm founded in New York City in 1885, announced recently
that the company’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee are recommending to
shareholders to approve the acquisition of PB by the London-based infrastructure firm Balfour
Beatty plc (BB) for $626M.
General Dynamics Itronix Approves ‘Crime-Fighting’ Software For Use On Vehicle-Rugged GD6000 Computers
General Dynamics Itronix has approved COPsync software to run on vehicle-rugged GD6000 notebook computers. The new hardware/software combination enables law enforcement and first responders to transfer and share dispatch-critical information including ‘911’ emergency data
Speedcheck Radar Speed Signs With Violation-Alert
Radar speed signs with ViolationAlert uses attention-grabbing warning messages to increase the effectiveness of speed limit displays. Unlike traditional speed limit signs that simply tell drivers the maximum allowable speed, radar speed signs using ViolationAlert flash the speed limit digits when drivers continue to drive too fast
Burnsville, MN Adopts VUEWorks For Real-Time Sewer Tracking And Maintenance
VUEWorks, Inc. recently announced that the City of Burnsville, Minnesota has adopted its VUEWorks software for web-enabled, GIS-integrated work order and asset management.
EPA, Water Online Team Up With NACE To Host Critical Water Infrastructure Webinars
Partnering with the U.S. EPA and Water Online, NACE International, The Corrosion Society, is offering a new Web series called WATERCORR. This series of five webinars will each be led by a different industry expert to help provide information and useful tools for municipalities, water utilities, and private industry to make informed decisions on how to protect resources and prolong the life of critical water and wastewater systems.
Sybase And Verizon Team Up To Manage Mobility Solutions For Enterprises Worldwide
Sybase, Inc., an industry leader in delivering enterprise and mobile software, and Verizon, a leader in delivering and managing communications innovations for enterprise customers, recently announced they are teaming up to enable multinational companies to effectively manage the deployment and ongoing support of their growing mobile workforce.