New Champlain Bridge Featured in Engineering News-Record
The New Champlain Bridge in Montréal, Quebec, Canada, is featured as the cover story in the latest issue of Engineering News-Record. The article describes the innovative design and construction solutions used to overcome harsh site, weather, and schedule challenges.
Intissar Durham, P.E., T.Y. Lin International Vice President and West Region Aviation Group Leader, Profiled by WTS International
T.Y. Lin International (TYLI), a globally recognized full-service infrastructure consulting firm, announces that Intissar Durham, P.E., TYLI’s Vice President and Aviation Group Leader for the West Region, was profiled by Women Transportation Seminar (WTS) International. The WTS article explores Durham’s deep experience with leading aviation projects from both sides of the table for over 30 years. Before joining TYLI in 2015, Durham worked for Los Angeles World Airports for 26 years, first as Senior Project Manager and then as the industry’s first female Chief Airports Engineers, a position she held for more than a decade.
Maine Veterans Memorial Bridge Featured in Civil Engineering Magazine
ASCE’s Civil Engineering magazine recently published a story about the new Veterans Memorial Bridge in Portland, ME. The $65-million bridge was a design/build project awarded to contractors, Reed & Reed. T.Y. Lin International (TYLI) served as the lead design engineering firm for the team.
Alvaro Piedrahita, T.Y. Lin International President and Chief Executive Officer, Featured in Engineering, Inc. Magazine
Alvaro Piedrahita, president and chief executive officer of T.Y. Lin International, is featured in the July/August 2012 issue of ACEC's Engineering Inc. magazine. The article titled "Handling Global Markets" highlights T.Y. Lin International's presence in international markets and discusses the opportunities and challenges of doing work abroad .
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Featured on NPR's Science Friday
The new San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge was featured on a live broadcast of NPR's "Science Friday". Marwan Nader, PhD, lead design engineer for the new eastern span of the Bay Bridge, discussed features that give the bridge the flexibility to withstand the 'Big One'.