Parsons has received a $27 million contract from the Georgia Department of Transportation for the I-285/I-20 East Interchange reconstruction project, under which the company will continue to serve as the owner’s representative and provide general engineering consultancy.
The company said Wednesday the Georgia DOT charge order includes concept development, technical reviews, environmental documentation and inspection services in support of the department’s Major Mobility Investment Program.
“Georgia DOT is working to deliver projects that will enhance the quality of life for its citizens by creating additional capacity on roads, improving freight movement, enhancing safety, and decreasing travel times and therefore carbon emissions,” said Mark Fialkowski, executive vice president of mobility solutions market at Parsons, commenting on the initiative.
Parsons has provided services in support of the program for four years now and the company will continuously work on it through 2025 as part of the contract extension.
“As we become more interconnected, we implement best practices to address environmental risk as part of our corporate [environmental, social and governance] strategy,” said Fialkowski.