JMT and its employees have been commended by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) for our conscientious efforts to help complete the Fairfax County Parkway Design-Build project.  The NGA’s New Campus East headquarters, a new complex located on 98 acres at Fort Belvoir Proving Ground, Virginia, is expected to draw thousands of commuters each day.  The Fairfax County Parkway Design-Build project – with JMT as lead designer for three sections totaling $112 million in improvements – provides regional access by linking the New Campus East project with I-95.

Representatives of the NGA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers presented JMT employees Bill Schaub, PE, and Rodney Hayzlett, PE, with “Star Partner” Awards for their exceptional dedication, teamwork, and professionalism in support of the project’s goals.  They and their JMT colleagues have contributed significantly to this highly successful, fast-tracked project.

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