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Save the Dates for NYSCHSA Summer Conference!

The NYS County Highway Superintendents Association is moving forward with plans to host an in-person conference and trade show August 22-25, 2021 at the Hyatt Regency in Rochester

The event will include a golf outing and a non-golf activity as well as everything else you've come to expect from our Summer Conference. Registration will open in early June. We can't wait to see you!

Fisher Associates Opens New Office in Binghamton

Fisher Associates is excited to announce the opening of a new office in the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator located at 120 Hawley Street, Suite 216, Binghamton, NY 13901.

This office space is affiliated with the University of Binghamton and is the largest New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) sponsored Clean Energy Incubator. The company looks forward to not only expanding its services and client-base within Binghamton and the Southern Tier region but also collaborating with the other companies in the incubator to further the mission of bringing new clean energy ideas to market.

Fisher is no stranger to Region 9. It has been a teaming partner on numerous projects on the University of Binghamton Campus providing a variety of services including survey, environmental screening and permitting, hazardous waste/contaminated materials assessments, and all aspects of site design. It was also a partner on the Route 17/I-81 Reconstruction Project (Prospect Mountain) for NYS DOT Region 9, involving replacement of the bridges over the Chenango River and significant safety improvements to the roadway corridor. Fisher completed the traffic analyses for the preferred alternative and critical construction stages, as well as work zone traffic control plans, and 4D visual simulations that depicted not only the 3D environment of the proposed solution but also how traffic would operate under this solution.  

Delta Welcomes New Staff Members

Delta Engineers, Architects, Land Surveyors, & Landscape Architects, DPC (Delta) is pleased to announce the addition of the following new staff members in its Vernon, NY office:

Mr. Kyle S. Hash, EIT, an Engineer as in the Precast Group. Kyle is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Civil Engineering.  Kyle is a results-driven structural engineer experienced in structural component selection, design, drawings, and specifications for a wide range of commercial, institutional, educational, and industrial projects throughout the Northeast. Kyle is responsible for performing complex design calculations, determining load criteria for safety code requirements, and developing REVIT BIM models.

Michael Sisti, EIT, a Construction Inspector in the Vernon Civil Group. After serving in the Marine Corps for four years, he obtained an Associate’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC) and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from the University of Vermont. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Education, which he has put to use teaching engineering courses at MVCC for the past four years. Mike’s professional background includes transportation planning work, as well as construction inspection work and construction management/administration. Mike has provided construction support for a wide variety of projects. Mike’s typical project responsibilities include inspection, supervision, and management of construction projects. He also assists project engineers with various design-related tasks as needed.
 


National News

In Infrastructure Talks With Biden, Capito Faces Fraught Path to Deal

Senator Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia has been discussing a potential bipartisan infrastructure deal with the White House, but a compromise faces stiff Republican resistance. Read More >>

Creating Equitable Infrastructure Is Essential to Addressing
Racism in Our ountry

For the first time, Congress has an opportunity to create an infrastructure plan that fairly supports all people, neighborhoods, and communities, but recognizes the important fact that housing is infrastructure. There is no doubt that infrastructure in the U.S. needs a major overhaul. Read More >>

 

 


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