NV5 to participate in Harvard Zofnass Workshop

NV5 CEO Dickerson Wright, and VP of Sustainable Development Laura Bonich, both members of Harvard’s Sustainable Infrastructure advisory board, (SAIB) have been invited to participate in the Harvard Zofnass Graduate School of Design’s workshop, to be held on February 26 and 27 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Under the title: “After Sandy: The Renewed Urgency for Green Infrastructure” this knowledge building workshop will focus … Continue reading NV5 to participate in Harvard Zofnass Workshop

NV5’s January Posts on Sustainable Transportation

Miss NV5 on Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook? Attached are NV5’s posts on Sustainable Transportation. Sustainable transportation design can reduce miles traveled, promote mass transit, maximize use of existing transportation infrastructure. Increase efficiency, link land uses, reduce travel time, reduce CO2/greenhouse gases, & increase safety/enhance emergency response. NV5 planned 9 miles of HOV lanes & designed auxiliary lanes on Hwy … Continue reading NV5’s January Posts on Sustainable Transportation

Meet NV5’s Water Experts at the Colorado Water Congress

NV5 will be sending a team of delegates to the Colorado Water Congress. The high profile event will be held at the Marriott Tech Center in Denver, and will host a selection of concurrent sessions and approximately 30 to 40 exhibition booths including NV5’s display located in space number 28. The convention scheduled to open … Continue reading Meet NV5’s Water Experts at the Colorado Water Congress

American Public Works Association Recognizes NV5 Projects

Arapahoe County’s Public Works Department has been recognized by the Colorado chapter of the American Public Works Association for the Sheriff’s Office Substation, Storage Building and Training Track, and the East Jewell Avenue Widening and Reconstruction Projects. The Sheriff’s Office Substation, Storage Building and Training Track project provided a permanent 5,000-square-foot substation and vehicle storage … Continue reading American Public Works Association Recognizes NV5 Projects

NV5 Project Featured in San Diego Union Tribune

The City of Escondido has retained NV5 to provide roadway design, bridge engineering, traffic engineering, landscape architecture, environmental support and surveying services for the East Valley Parkway widening project. One of the biggest challenges of the project is widening the bridge over Escondido Creek, and retrofitting it to meet current earthquake standards. The long-awaited project … Continue reading NV5 Project Featured in San Diego Union Tribune