DLZ News

    DLZ Ranked No. 125 on ENR’s Top 500 Design Firms

    June 26, 2018

    DLZ is proud to be named as one of the nation’s top engineering and architecture design firms. Engineering News-Record ranked DLZ No. 125 on their annual list of the industry’s Top 500 design firms, up 7 spots from 132 in 2017. One of the industry’s leading professional publications, ENR ranks firm based on design services revenue from the previous year.

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    DLZ Awarded Professional & Engineering Contractor of the Year

    May 18, 2018

    DLZ was awarded Construction Advancement Foundation (CAF) Professional & Engineering Contractor of the Year from the Northwest Indiana Business RoundTable (NWIBRT). The council of local firms recognizes area companies with an outstanding commitment to workplace safety. Nearly 80 companies were represented at the CAF/NWIBRT Safety Awards Banquet, all of which have shown to excel in safety leadership.

    DLZ’s Charleroi Project Wins Project of the Year Award

    May 18, 2018

    (L to R) Jamie North (DLZ), Tim Kyper of DiGioa Gray Consulting Engineers, Tim Hampshire (DLZ) and Jeanine Houy of the Pittsburgh District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

    The Pittsburgh Post of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) awarded DLZ its Project of the Year Award for our efforts on the Charleroi Locks and Dam. The award was presented at the Post’s Annual Awards Banquet held on May 16th at the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall in Pittsburgh.

    DLZ was tasked by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District to stabilize the original lock middle wall and miter gate monolith so that construction of a new lock middle wall could be performed while maintaining barge traffic through the one remaining active lock chamber. We were also tasked to design the features associated with a Reverse Cofferdam System which essentially moved a portion of the dam at the facility downstream approximately 400 feet to help facilitate construction of the overall improvements.

    The project is a strong example of meeting SAME’s mission to identify and resolve national security infrastructure-related challenges. Tim Hampshire, DLZ’s Lead Engineer for the Project, and Jamie North, head of DLZ’s Pittsburgh office, accepted the award on behalf of the company from the Pittsburgh Post‘s Tim Kyper.

    DLZ Receives ACEC Indiana Merit Award for Lakeland Regional Sewer District Wastewater Treatment Plant Project

    March 20, 2018

    DLZ received a 2018 Engineering Excellence Merit Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Indiana for the Lakeland Regional Sewer District Wastewater Treatment Plant and Collection System.

    ACEC Indiana recognizes engineering achievements, which demonstrate the higest degree of merit and ingenuity, by Indiana consulting engineering firms.

    The Lakeland Regional Sewer District Wastewater Treatment Plant and Collection System is a newly installed sanitary sewer system that services existing facilities around the Barbee Lake Chain in Kosciusko County, Indiana. This new system, funded by United States Rural Development, provides a means of removing onsite septic systems, improves water quality, and allows for future sustained growth.

    Read more about the Lakeland Regional Sewer District project.

    DLZ Receives ACEC Indiana Honor Award for Olive and Sample Street Project

    March 19, 2018

    DLZ received a 2018 Engineering Excellence Honor Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Indiana for the Olive Street and Sample Street Road Reconstruction and Bridge Rehabilitation project in South Bend, Indiana.

    ACEC Indiana recognizes engineering achievements, which demonstrate the highest degree of merit and ingenuity, by Indiana consulting engineering firms.

    The Olive/Sample Road and Bridge Reconstruction project included replacing the existing traffic signal with a modern roundabout to improve traffic flow, replacing the deck and railing, adding raised sidewalks for both bridges, pavement replacement and the upgrading of curb, sidewalks, ADA accessible path, etc.

    Read more about the Olive and Sample Street Road Reconstruction and Bridge Rehabilitation project.

    DLZ Receives ACEC Ohio Grand Award for OARS Project

    March 14, 2018

    Shyam Rajadhyaksha, AICP, Jeff Coffey, P.E., Tanya Arsh, P.E., Jim Siebert, P.E., Raj Rajadhyaksha, P.E.

    DLZ received the 2018 American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Ohio Engineering Excellence Grand Award for the Olentangy Scioto Interceptor Augmentation and Relief Sewer (OARS) project in Columbus, Ohio.

    ACEC Ohio’s Grand Award recognizes the highest-rated project in the Engineering Excellence Awards Competition, which brings well-deserved public recognition to Ohio’s engineering industry by spotlighting engineering projects that demonstrate a high degree of uniqueness, ingenuity and value. OARS was also recently awarded the National ACEC Grand Award and ACEC Ohio’s Outstanding Achievement Award.

    DLZ designed the new OARS 20-foot diameter, 23,300-foot long tunnel that provides wet weather relief to the existing OSIS Sewer, the main combined sewer through downtown Columbus. The $370 million project is approximately 180 feet below downtown Columbus, and extends from the Arena District to the Jackson Pike Waste Water Treatment Plant.

    Read more about OARS.

    DLZ Names Gregory Brumm President of DLZ Illinois, Inc.

    March 12, 2018

     

    DLZ is pleased to announce the promotion of Gregory R. Brumm, P.E. to President of DLZ Illinois. He brings over two decades of diversified experience in design and construction of highway and other civil engineering projects.

    Mr. Brumm’s technical management experience includes serving as Construction Manager for the recently completed Roselle Road / I-90 Interchange.

    DLZ Names Brandon Lowe President of DLZ Kentucky, Inc.

    March 12, 2018

     

    DLZ is pleased to announce that it’s named Brandon Lowe, P.E., President of DLZ Kentucky, Inc. Mr. Lowe joined DLZ in 2017 when the firm acquired WMB, Inc. Mr. Lowe will oversee business development efforts, contracts, production, staff and financial management for the firm’s offices in Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky.

    Mr. Lowe has 21 years of experience in the engineering and construction industry and has served as Project Manager for rural and urban highway projects for the KY Transportation Cabinet, along with many other large, multimillion dollar transportation projects through the Midwest.

    “I have only been part of the DLZ family for 10 months but it already feels like home. The one company approach is clearly demonstrated on a daily basis and I look forward to what the future holds for DLZ.”, said Lowe.

    Marcie Mathews is still serving as the Vice President of DLZ Kentucky, Inc. and focus on business development and client relations.

     

    I-90 Rebuilding and Widening Project Receives ACEC National Recognition Award

    March 5, 2018

    The I-90 Rebuilding and Widening project in Cook County, Illinois received a 2018 National Recognition Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC). The National Recognition Award is a prestigious distinction honoring projects that demonstrate exceptional achievement in engineering.

    DLZ provided Phase III Construction Engineering services for the improvements along Roselle Road and the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (I-90).

    Read more about I-90 Rebuilding and Widening project.

    DLZ Receives ACEC Engineering Excellence Grand Award for OARS Project

    March 2, 2018

    DLZ received a 2018 Engineering Excellence Grand Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) for the Olentangy Scioto Interceptor Augmentation and Relief Sewer (OARS) project in Columbus, Ohio.

    ACEC recognizes U.S. engineering firms for their most innovative projects and studies through their Engineering Excellence Awards program – the Academy Awards of the engineering industry – which honors the year’s most outstanding engineering accomplishments. In 2017, OARS received the ACEC of Ohio Outstanding Achievement Award.

    DLZ designed the new OARS 20-foot diameter, 23,300-foot long tunnel that provides wet weather relief to the existing OSIS Sewer, the main combined sewer through downtown Columbus. The $370 million project is approximately 180 feet below downtown Columbus, and extends from the Arena District to the Jackson Pike Waste Water Treatment Plant.

    Read more about OARS.