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SAI Harrisburg employees took part in the 35th annual Harrisburg Mile on Front Street Wednesday evening July 20th benefitting Harrisburg area YMCAs. Competing in the Corporate Challenge under the name "SAI Bridge," they finished #23 out of 90 eligible corporate teams! Proving once again that SAI is always willing to go the extra mile!

SAI Consulting Engineers, Inc. has been selected by PennDOT District 10-0 for a project specific open-end agreement for the replacement design of the South Leatherwood Bridge.  The work will include performing all work and services for the design of the replacement and consultation during construction of the structure located at SR 861 segment 212 offset 313 in Clarion County, Pennsylvania.

POND EDDY — Construction of the new Pond Eddy Bridge off Pennsylvania’s Shohola side’s Rosas Switch Road and Flagstone Roads, and New York State Route 97 has started. Construction equipment has been moved to the site daily for days, and construction crews are starting the work. Route 97 on New York side, the only access road to Shohola residents via the existing bridge, is blocked on alternate sides at times for 2-lane traffic on a short stretch near the construction.

Skanska USA is officially awarded the winning bid by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for the rebuild of the Pensacola Bay Bridge. While receiving the lowest scores for design, construction and value added among other scoring categories, Skanska’s bid of $398 million came in well below the losing candidates’ bids and $67 million lower than the FDOT’s overall budget for the project. Skanska’s designs were unveiled last week before the 72-hour time period had even expired for the losing firms to petition the FDOT.

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CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

Their proposed team of Brian Schull, P.E., as the project manager and Norm Arlet, as the construction inspector, are in my opinion, the "A" team.  I have had the good fortune to work with the team of Brian and Norm on numerous projects at the LTV South Side Works site, as well as a project at the Liberty Park site in East Liberty.  They are the best combination of construction project manager and field inspector with whom I have worked, on projects involving roadway and utility construction, during my 30 years at the URA.

Martin Kaminski, P.E., Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh
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