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Engineering News-Record (ENR) Southwest Honors “Best Projects” Littlejohn Sweeps the Healthcare Category

For nearly two decades, ENR Southwest has honored the most notable construction project in the region (Arizona, Nevada & New Mexico). This year 10 judges reviewed more than 90 projects completed between June 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014. Awards were presented for projects in various categories. Littlejohn was the civil engineering/surveyor for both projects winning the Healthcare category.

Banner Estrella Medical Tower Addition (Phoenix, AZ) was selected Best Healthcare & Excellence in Safety. This 279,000 square foot medical tower addition was completed on a fast-track…

Oviedo on the Park Wins Award for Outstanding New Building Project

Oviedo on the Park, a 60 acre mixed-use development project in the City of Oviedo, Florida received a Roy F. Kenzie award for Outstanding New Building Project from the Florida Redevelopment Association (FRA). The project was honored at the FRA annual conference held October 8-10th in Miami, Florida.

The project is located on the site of former orange and tangerine groves, located in the southern most portion of the Oviedo Community Redevelopment Area (CRA). The unique public/private collaboration creates a new Downtown Mixed-Use Urban Village with modern “live, work, and play” opportunities…

New Data Center in Northborough, MA Achieves LEED Gold certification

The new Data Center, located in the town of Northborough, Massachusetts, achieved LEED Gold certification. The Data Center is being developed by Compass Datacenters on behalf of Iron Mountain® Incorporated, a storage and information management company. The Tier III facility includes approximately 56,000 sq. ft. located on a 58-acre site. Its facilities will meet HIPAA and PCI-DSS requirements along with Uptime Institute certification for Tier III design and construction.

The town of Northborough is located in Worcester County in the central part…

Littlejohn Professionals Discuss Mass-Transit Needs for Nashville

The Nashville Business Journal interviewed Littlejohn professionals about the needs of bringing a mass-transit system to Nashville.  Nashville is considering a Bus Rapid Transit called the Amp. The project involves a 7.1-mile rapid transit project that will travel through the urban core from Five Points in East Nashville to the Saint Thomas Hospital area in West Nashville.  The feature article can be read here.