AMT Receives ACEC VA Honor Award
Company News | November 28, 2018
Rockville, MD – Each year, ACEC VA hosts an annual Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) gala to offer state-wide recognition to engineering firms for projects that showcase outstanding design, innovation, delivery, cost effectiveness, function and value to the industry. AMT is proud to have received the 2019 ACEC VA Honor Award for the Southgate Drive/US 460 Bypass Interchange project.
AMT was the Lead Designer for the reimagining of Southgate Drive, the gateway to Virginia Tech’s campus, which hosts 40,000 vehicles per day. AMT’s innovative solution eliminated significant backups during the morning and evening peak hours and during major events on the Virginia Tech Campus along this highly-traveled, National Highway System. In addition, this DDI project eliminated an at-grade T-intersection and realigned over three miles of roadway and one mile of Huckleberry Trail.
AMT, ranked at 204 of the 2018 Engineering News-Record “Top 500 Design Firms” and a CE Magazine “Best Firm to Work For,” provides multidisciplinary services including engineering, environmental, landscape architecture, surveying, and construction administration and inspection on a regional basis to a variety of public and private clients. More than 500 strong, we are committed to maintaining our reputation by teaming with our employees, clients, and community to provide high-quality, sustainable projects. We utilize the best engineering practices, scientific principles and management solutions allowing us to deliver high-quality, ecologically conscious and cost-effective projects on time and within budget.