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Ten projects from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) received awards at the American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts (ACEC/MA) 2019 Engineering Excellence Awards Gala on the evening of Wednesday, March 20.  The ACEC/MA Engineering Excellence Awards Competition recognizes engineering achievements that demonstrate the highest degree of merit and ingenuity in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Below is a list of MassDOT projects honored at the Gala:

Bronze Winner:

  • “Silver Line Gateway” located in Chelsea, MA, submitted by AECOM
  • “Washington Street (Route 85) Over the Assabet River Bridge Replacement” located in Hudson, MA submitted by Jacobs
  • “Massachusetts Avenue Bridge Over Commonwealth Avenue | Bridge B-16-237” located in Boston, Massachusetts submitted by Stantec
Whittier Bridge

Whittier Bridge

Silver Award winner

  • “Whittier Bridge/I-95 Improvement” project spanning over the Merrimack River connecting Newburyport and Amesbury, MA which was submitted by HNTB.
  • “Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Design Build” spanning over the Charles River connecting Boston and Cambridge, MA submitted by STV.
  • “Cape Cod Rail Trail Extension and Bass River Bridge” project located in Yarmouth and Dennis MA, submitted by VHB
  • “Interstate 91 Viaduct Rehabilitation Project” located in Springfield MA, submitted by VHB
  • “Mount Vernon Street Bridge Improvements” project located in Winchester MA, submitted by VHB
  • “Fore River Bridge” spanning over the Weymouth Fore River between Quincy and Weymouth submitted by Parsons

Grand Conceptor

  • “Fore River Bridge” spanning over the Weymouth Fore River between Quincy and Weymouth submitted by Parsons

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts (ACEC/MA) is the business association of the Massachusetts engineering industry, representing over 120 independent engineering, A/E and land surveying companies engaged in the development of transportation, environmental, industrial, and other infrastructure. Founded in 1960 and headquartered in Boston, MA, ACEC/MA is a member organization of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) based in Washington, DC.  ACEC is a national federation of 52 state and regional organizations.

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