We’re ready to hit the ground running to support the bridges that reside on our nation’s federal lands and benefit the Federal Highway Administration.
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. (PRWEB) November 13, 2017
Modjeski and Masters, a nationwide leader in the design, inspection and rehabilitation of all bridge types, including long-span and movable structures, today announced its selection as a sub-consultant to Collins Engineers, Inc. for the Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contract from the Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division (EFLHD) of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
As a sub-consultant on this contract, Modjeski and Masters will perform bridge and tunnel inspections, load ratings and non-destructive testing. This selection continues Modjeski and Masters’ work with Collins Engineers, Inc. which has been ongoing for over a decade.
“We’ve built a great partnership with the Collins Engineers, Inc. team having worked together for many years, and are thrilled to evolve that further,” said Mike Britt, president of Modjeski and Masters. “We’re ready to hit the ground running to support the bridges that reside on our nation’s federal lands and benefit the Federal Highway Administration.”
As part of the contract, Modjeski and Masters will provide these services to multiple locations within the Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division bridge portfolio. This contract marks the first time Modjeski and Masters has worked within the federal lands.
To learn more about field services capabilities, please visit: http://www.modjeski.com/Services/detail.aspx?service=FieldServices
About Modjeski and Masters
Modjeski and Masters is one of the world’s leading bridge engineering firms, with a reputation for technical excellence and innovation that goes beyond current standards. Established more than 120 years ago, the firm is responsible for the design and maintenance of some of our nation’s most recognizable structures. Services include fixed and movable bridge design, inspection and rehabilitation, and all facets of life-cycle maintenance, research and code development. For more information, including in-depth videos of Modjeski and Masters at work, please visit http://www.modjeski.com.