GBA broke ground on the Old Tiffany Springs Road reconstruction with Kansas City Public Works. This project, which was managed by GBA as the prime consultant, is funded by a combination of KCI Tax Increment Financing (TIF) and a Federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) grant. The reconstruction is one of many that has been funded by the TIF program, which Read More>
LENEXA, Kan. (July 27, 2018) – GBA is excited to announce its partnership with the Kansas Department of Aviation’s (KDOT) Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Integration Pilot Program (IPP). This program will allow the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to create new regulations based on information collected by government and private partners. GBA is one of Read More>
GBA is excited to announce the hiring of Ed Rafter as an industry veteran in the Mission Critical Group. In his role, Rafter will apply industry knowledge to advance strategic goals to grow the expertise and performance of GBA’s Mission Critical Group. His extensive experience in design, commissioning and operations will serve as an asset to the team.
Holly Lehmkuhl, a senior bridge engineer, graduated from the ACECKS Emerging Leaders Program (ELP). The program develops leadership skills through six half-day sessions. Topics include talent management, business development, governmental affairs, leadership, risk management, economics of private practice and senior leaders roundtable. Each of the sessions are interactive and taught by experts in their fields. “ELP was a great program Read More>
We are excited to announce GBA Design Engineer, Ethan Voyles, graduated from the Water Leadership Institute program. Voyles works in the water environment group specializing in waste water collection systems. He participated in the intensive program, which included education, training, networking, and leadership development opportunities. We were proud to sponsor Voyles when he got accepted into the competitive WEF program. Read More>
Is there such a thing as too much data? In transportation, big data is being produced through smart technology in abundance. It’s being generated so fast it’s difficult to analyze and use. For just one autonomous vehicle, there is 4,000 GB of data produced each day. There is valuable information contained in all that data, but who oversees it and Read More>