Practical Design Competition Winners
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Practical Design continues to return dividends to Missouri taxpayers, enabling MoDOT to provide more improvements to its sprawling system. At this year’s annual conference of the Transportation Engineers Association of Missouri, some of the best examples of Practical Design were recognized with “Awards for Excellence.”
The competition, which received 38 entries, was co-sponsored by MoDOT and the American Council of Engineering Companies-Missouri.
In making the presentations, Chief Engineer Kevin Keith noted that the eleven winning projects represented $199 million in savings. All 38 projects submitted represented $368 million in savings.
Each MoDOT district was allowed to enter two projects; consultants were allowed one entry per firm. The entries were then evaluated by the team of Rusty Crane (Emery Sapp), David Nichols (City of Columbia), Chris Criswell (Bartlett & West), Gregory Budd (Federal Highway Administration), Eileen Rackers (MoDOT Traffic Division), Mike Shea (MoDOT Maintenance), Kathy Harvey (MoDOT Design).
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