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Industry Recognition

TranSystems has been recognized by a number of top industry organizations for our work on projects through the many markets we support – freight railroads, passenger rail and transit, states and municipalities, airports and air carriers, manufacturers and distributors, ports and maritime, trucking and automotive, energy and communications, and the federal government – through our expertise in architecture, engineering, and planning; management and supply chain consulting, real estate consulting, and transportation security. Being recognized in the industry for our successes is truly exciting for us as a company and we would like to share that excitement with you. Please take a moment to review our successes as presented to you through “Industry Recognition.”.
U.S. Coast Guard project in Ketchikan, Alaska Wins DBIA Award of Merit
TranSystems, as part of the M.A. Mortenson design-build team, is honored with the Design-Build Institute of America National Award of Merit in the industrial, process, and research facilities category for the U.S. Coast Guard project in Ketchikan, Alaska. 

TranSystems served as overall Designer of Record for this $28M design/build project to support two Fast Response Cutters (FRC) to be homeported at USCG Base Ketchikan, AK. Two 110-foot Patrol Boats currently homeported in Ketchikan were replaced by the FRCs, thus requiring reconfiguration of existing infrastructure and facilities. The project included a two-story, 12,640 square foot combined Maintenance Augmentation Team and Hazardous Materials Storage (HAZMAT) Building.

The project was designed and constructed using USGBC LEED-NC 2009 requirements. Our design took into account the building orientation, thermal envelope, construction methods and materials to ensure highest level of energy performance. 
 
During the design process, the design team focused on close coordination with USCG management, base personnel, approval agencies and the construction team. 
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More Recognition

The Bees Ferry Road Widening project in Charleston County, S.C. has earned the Palmetto Award by the American Council of Engineering Companies South Carolina Chapter. This is the highest honor given to a project by the chapter. click to read
The Jaxport Intermodal Container Transfer Facility wins top honors at the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. Florida First Coast Chapter Excellence in Construction Awards. TranSystems is happy to be a part of the Dana B Kenyon team on this innovative, sustainable and cost-efficient facility. click to read
TranSystems, as part of the M.A. Mortenson design-build team, is honored with the Design-Build Institute of America National Award of Merit in the industrial, process, and research facilities category for the U.S. Coast Guard project in Ketchikan, Alaska.  click to read
At the ACEC Annual Convention April 26, 2016, five TranSystems projects, which all won at the ACEC state level, garnered addtional praise on the national stage. These projects include:

► The 606 - ACEC Grand Award (designating a Top 8 fi nish)
► CREATE P1 - ACEC Honor Award (designating a Top 25 fi nish)
► New York High Bridge Rehabilitation (national recognition award)
► Columbus Road Lift Bridge (national recognition award)
► University of Kansas sustainable parking lot 54 (national recognition award)
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TranSystems Corporation as the lead designer, along with Benesch as construction manager, have earned the Eminent Conceptor award for the CREATE P1 – Englewood Flyover project. This is the highest honor given to a project by the American Council of Engineering Companies Illinois chapter.  click to read
TranSystems’ Wacker Drive Program Management project chalks up another win, this time internationally from the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC).
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The TranSystems team has won the American Council of Engineering Companies' (ACEC) Grand Conceptor Award for their work on the Wacker Drive and Congress Parkway Reconstruction project for the City of Chicago. click to read