Fairfax County Parkway Project Wins Fourth Award

January 17, 2013Location: Washington, D.C.

This evening, the American Council of Engineering Companies of Metropolitan Washington (ACEC/MW) held its annual Engineering Excellence Awards and College of Fellows Induction.  JMT's design of the Fairfax County Parkway, Phases I/II and IV, received an Honor Award for Excellence.  The judging panel was ... "impressed with the solutions that were reached to counter the site constraints and the numerous ways the owner/client's expectations were obviously exceeded.  Your work ethic and ingenuity on this project is impressive."


Fairfax County Parkway (FCP), a fast-tracked Design-Build project, completed a vital link to I-95 and helped address the traffic impact of the US Army relocating 8,500 jobs to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Campus East at Fort Belvoir North Area as part of the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Program. The work included interchange designs, multi-purpose trails along FCP, grading for a future Park-n-Ride, geotechnical engineering, seven new bridges, one bridge widening, multiple retaining walls, two noise walls, two box culvert extensions, and widening of I-95 to accommodate a new exit lane for direct access to the NGA.

The ACEC/MW award is JMT's fourth engineering honor received for this project.

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Metropolitan Washington (ACEC/MW), founded in 1958, is the voice of Metropolitan Washington DC's engineering community.  ACEC/MW's membership comprises over 100 professional firms with 3,500 employees.