T.Y. Lin International Wins Planning Excellence Award for Upstate New York Farmer's Market
The Rochester Public Market Master Plan has been selected by the New York Upstate Chapter of the American Planning Association (NYUAPA) as winner of a 2012 NYUAPA Planning Excellence Award in the Best Practice category. T.Y. Lin International (TYLI) led the consulting team that created the master plan. The NYUAPA Awards recognize outstanding work by planners and planning firms in Upstate New York.
T.Y. Lin International Group Website Wins 2012 WebAward
The T.Y. Lin International Group website (www.tylin.com) was selected by the Web Marketing Association as a winner in its 16th annual WebAward Competition. The website received the 2012 WebAward for Outstanding Achievement in Web Development, Professional Services Standard of Excellence Award.
T.Y. Lin International Names Francisco “Frankie” Alonso, P.E., as Unit Manager for Miami Office
T.Y. Lin International (TYLI), a globally recognized full-service infrastructure consulting firm, announces that Francisco Alonso, P.E., has been named Unit Manager for TYLI’s Miami office. In this key position, he will work closely with the Miami-Caribbean-Latin America (MCLA) leadership team to further develop TYLI’s South Florida practice.
New Caribou Connector in Maine Opens to Traffic
T.Y. Lin International (TYLI), a globally recognized full-service infrastructure consulting firm, announces the opening of the Caribou Connector in Maine. Workers put the finishing touches to 3.8 miles of new highway connecting U.S. Routes 161 and 1, just south of Caribou. Highlights included an official ribbon cutting ceremony on August 17, 2012. “The work has been…fantastic,” Martine Burnham, MaineDOT resident-inspector, told the Bangor Daily News. “The contractors are top notch and everyone has gone above and beyond to give us a good project.”
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.