IEI won an IL Merit award for its work on the I-355 Resurfacing and Bridge Repairs for Illinois Tollway. IEI was the prime consultant in charge of the project from startup to closeout. IEI coordinated the work of subconsultants which included roadway lighting and bridge repairs. MERIT AWARDS are given for those projects worthy of recognition for the engineer and the owner/client. IEI’s role in the Veterans Memorial Tollway (I-355) Resurfacing and Bridge Repairs Project, I-55 to Army Trail Road, was to prepare contract plans and specifications along with obtaining project related permits for roadway resurfacing and facility rehabilitation. Read More »
2015 is a year of aiming high, but nothing was as big as our Big Plans for the Big Apple. Throughout the year, IEI had been working on a build out for our office located in the uptown Manhattan, and finally, after a year of planning and construction, the work is complete! Read More »
Over the summer, IEI was pleased to have four young and aspiring engineering students as a part of our team: Jimi Akintonde from Whitney Young Magnet High School, Matthew Auston as part of the Evanston Township High School Junior Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, and Zakura Williams and Jaimelle Stone heralding from ACE Tech High School. These four eager students spent the 2015 summer learning and partaking in the IEI culture. While their time with us has come to an end, they took much from the program, and IEI welcomes the opportunity to provide well-deserving students exposure to civil engineering within a corporate environment. Read More »
IEI adds value to its clients with staff growth and development, honors employee with 12 years of service and takes pride in a mission of community outreach… Read More »
In this edition of the Eye on IEI, we take a look at the growth for the 2015 year. For starters, IEI had the ribbon-cutting for both the Springfield, IL and Omaha, NE offices. Internally, IEI experience further expansion, adding Theodore St. Germaine as the New York operations manager, Christine Marecki, Corporate HR Manager in Chicago, and Greg S. Ellis, P.E., construction inspection manager in Indianapolis. Also, Raspal Bajwa, senior project manager, finds himself growing alongside IEI after 12 years of dedicated work. Read More »
In continued recognition of IEI’s clients, the firm returned to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the 8th year. The infamous Day at the Track event is popular event with Indianapolis agencies and clients. IEI once again gathered personnel and clients for a day of fun-filled activities. Executive Vice President, Kashif Khan thanked those who attended for their continued support of the firm.
Ted brings over 35 years of experience to the IEI team in both public and private sectors. In the public field, Ted managed large capital programs and other assignments within the New York State Department of Transportation for 19 years. On the private side, Ted participated in a significant design/build as sector project manager for the JFK Light Rail. The combined project and construction management experience, and his wide scope of perspective will be a great asset to clients.
As the New York Operations Manager, Ted will be responsible for business development in IEI’s various marketing segents as well as: program management, business administration, client relations, and staff development and management.
For more information, call Ted at (646) 439-0191.
Infrastructure Engineering, Inc. won a Merit Award for its prime work on the “Kedzie Avenue over Marquette Park Lagoons” project which was designed for the Chicago Department of Transportation. IEI provided project management, civil and structural design services. MERIT AWARDS are given for those projects worthy of recognition for the engineer and the owner/client. Read More »
Infrastructure Engineering, Inc. (IEI), local office located in Harlem, is pleased to announce the granting of certification status as a Minority-owned Business Enterprise (MBE) by three New York entities. The New York State Department of Economic Development, Division of Minority and Women’s Business Development; The New York City Department of Small Business Services and The Port Authority of NY & NJ all certified IEI to be listed as an eligible MBE firm. IEI has also been certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) through the New York State Department of Transportation. Read More »
IEI commemorated its new Springfield office location with a ribbon cutting ceremony on August 29, 2014. More than 25 public officials, agency executives, community leaders and fellow engineering firms joined IEI at the ribbon cutting celebration. Timothy Rowles, President of the Springfield Black Chamber of Commerce, was there to welcome IEI into the community. IEI President, Michael Sutton, remarked, “We are so pleased with the turn out which assures us that there is a collective, supportive community in Springfield. It is our hope that we can build upon the relationships forged today and this ground work will evolve into mutual growth and profitable projects for the Springfield office.”