DALLAS, May 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Jacobs' (NYSE:J) projects, Zoo Interchange Reconstruction, Olmsted Locks and Dam, and Queensferry Crossing were among only 10 projects from around the globe selected by American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) as Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA) honor award recipients. Established in 1960, the honor celebrates superior civil engineering skills and projects which represent a significant contribution to civil engineering progress and society. From this pool of 10 honorees, ASCE also selected the Queensferry Crossing project as one of the top three projects, earning it a bronze award.
"The solutions Jacobs implemented across these projects are benefitting and transforming these communities both today and into tomorrow – and now they can add this prestigious honor to their growing lists of accolades," said Jacobs President and Chief Operating Officer Bob Pragada.
With intricate interchanges, smart bridge technology and a massive waterway infrastructure upgrade, these projects are benefitting society and representing superior civil engineering progress. Selected because of their lasting mobility and resiliency benefits, these projects also reflect Jacob's legacy of technical excellence and dedication to solving clients' most challenging and complex water and infrastructure projects:
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