Supplier News

  1. RES Is Awarded Contract For Environmental Mitigation For Bois d’Arc Lake Project

    RES LLC, the nation’s largest environmental solutions provider, has been awarded the contract for the largest permittee-responsible ecological mitigation project to date, to restore an approximately 17,000-acre portion of a watershed as part of the Bois d’Arc Lake Project

  2. Quantum Spatial Streamlines Access To Oregon’s High Resolution Imagery On New Online Portal

    Quantum Spatial, Inc.(QSI), the nation’s largest independent geospatial data firm, announced that a new online offering from the State of Oregon featuring high resolution imagery acquired by QSI is now available to the public for free

  3. New Interchange Brings Much-Needed Traffic Relief And Improved Safety To Brentwood

    The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) and its partners, the Contra Costa Water District (CCWD), the Contra Costa Regional Fee and Financing Authority (ECCRFFA), the California Department of Transportation, and the City of Brentwood, held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the completion of the Highway 4 and Balfour Road Interchange Project

  4. New Parking Facility Opens At Midway International Airport

    Fast Park, a leading offsite airport parking company with facilities at some of the nation’s busiest airports, has opened its first facility in Chicago, right down the road from Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW)

  5. Tyler Technologies To Provide Consolidated Public Safety Solutions To Washington State’s BiPIN Consortium

    Tyler Technologies, Inc. announced recently that it has signed an agreement with the Bi-County Police Information Network (BiPIN) for Tyler’s New World Mobile, New World Enterprise Records Management System (RMS), New World Corrections, and field reporting public safety solutions

  6. First Of 55,000 Current By GE Streetlights Installed In Innovative Regional Program Spanning 11 Southern California Cities

    The City of Murrieta, California earlier this month became the first of 11 Riverside County cities to obtain ownership of thousands of streetlights that will be retrofit with LED fixtures to minimize light pollution, enhance public safety and save approximately $60M in reduced energy and maintenance costs over a 20-year period

  7. Quest Solution Receives Initial Recurring Orders For Ticketless Vehicle Recognition IoT-based Parking Solutions

    Quest Solution, Inc. (QUES) (“Quest” or “the Company”) a provider of Supply Chain and Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based solutions, today announced it has received initial recurring orders for its AI-based Visual Cortex™ sensors for use in vehicle recognition IoT-based ticketless parking solutions

  8. Tutor Perini Announces $799.5M Contract For The Southwest Light Rail Transit Project

    Tutor Perini Corporation, a leading civil, building and specialty construction company, recently announced that a joint venture (JV) between its wholly owned subsidiary, Lunda Construction, and C.S. McCrossan has been awarded a contract valued at approximately $799.5M by the Metropolitan Council for the Southwest Light Rail Transit project in Minneapolis

  9. OC 405 Partners Selects Iteris iPeMS SaaS Solution To Manage Traffic During I-405 Improvement Project

    Iteris, Inc., the global leader in applied informatics for transportation and agriculture, recently announced that OC 405 Partners will use Iteris iPeMS SaaS performance measurement system as part of the I-405 Improvement Project in southern California, supporting its traffic management operations during construction

  10. Moovit To Provide Public Transit Data For Microsoft Azure Maps

    Moovit, the world’s largest urban mobility data and analytics company and #1 transit app, today announced it will integrate its public transit information to Azure Maps to help developers build richer apps for billions of commuters around the world. As part of the collaboration, Moovit will run its public transit data and services APIs on Microsoft Azure and will gradually migrate its other products to Microsoft Azure. Microsoft can also integrate Moovit’s public transit