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PATH400 wins America's Transportation Awards 'Quality of Life/Community Development, Small Category Award - America’s Transportation Awards are sponsored by AASHTO, Socrata, AAA, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The competition recognizes transportation projects in three categories: Quality of Life/Community Development, Best Use of Technology and Innovation, and Operations Excellence.
H&L Selected by Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. to Design Northeast Corridor Trail Project - The Heath & Lineback Team is providing design and engineering services for the Northeast Corridor Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine. This trail will create connectivity to the intersecting trails of PATH400, North Fork Peachtree Creek (via the Cheshire Farm Trail), and South Fork Peachtree Creek. The Northeast Trail has the potential to be the first section of the Atlanta BeltLine to cross active railroad tracks and I-85.
H&L Golf Tournament - H&L's Annual Charity Golf Tournament on May 24 raised a total of $22,500 to benefit MUST Ministries.
H&L Awarded FDOT Straight Steel I-Girder Bridges with Skew Index Approaching 0.3” Contract - The Florida Department of Transportation selected the Heath & Lineback Team to research and analyze 25 bridges throughout the state of Florida to determine if simplified 1D analysis yields similar results to more complex 2D or 3D modeling for skewed bridges with skew index less than 0.3. This research could lead to new design guidelines and details and result in significant time and cost savings for FDOT.
H&L Awarded Interstate North Parkway at Interstate North Circle Realignment Project - Cobb County has awarded H&L the Interstate North Parkway at Interstate North Circle Realignment project. The project consists of intersection realignment, turn lanes, road widening, road dieting, sidewalks, and a multi-use trail.
H&L Awarded City of Chamblee Rail-Trail Extension Project - The City of Chamblee mayor and city council gave final approval to a contract with H&L to design an extension of the Chamblee Rail-Trail, which currently starts at Keswick Park and ends at Chamblee-Tucker Road next to WalMart. The study will consider how to extend the existing trail along abandoned railroad track that passes between downtown buildings from Chamblee-Tucker Road to Chamblee-Dunwoody Road. The study will also show how to create a public greenspace on MARTA property currently used as a detention pond.
John Heath Part of GDOT Leadership Development Program Panel - John Heath recently served on the Leadership Design & Construction Industry Panel for GDOT’s Leadership Development Program. This program was started in 2010 for high-potential and high-performing leaders within the Department. The 18-month long program provides these emerging leaders with assessments, training, mentoring, and coaching to develop their skills in managing teams and leading GDOT into the future. Program participants engage in stretch assignments, learning events, and learning projects. The Industry Panel provided program participants a chance to ask questions concerning regional transportation challenges and successes, leadership philosophy, and opinions on what it takes to lead our transportation industry.
H&L Awarded Redwine Road Multi-Use Path Project in Fayette County - The Redwine Road multi-use path is part of a comprehensive plan to provide connectivity between Fayetteville, Peachtree City, and unincorporated parts of Fayette County. Previous projects have constructed sections of path along Redwine Road and this project closes some of the remaining gaps, provides safe access to the Stars Mill School complex from area neighborhoods, and improves overall multi-use path network connectivity. The multi-use path is generally located between Birkdale Drive and Newhaven Drive and between Preserve Place and Foreston Place in Fayette County, Georgia.
H&L's 9th Annual Charity Golf Tournament raised $14,000 for MUST Ministries. For more than 40 years, MUST Ministries has been providing care for those in need in the Marietta, Smyrna, and Canton/Cherokee County communities.

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