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earth tech awarded $20 million contract to design major protion of texas state highway 130
"We are pleased to continue our support of the Trans-Texas Corridor project," said Kern Jacobson, Senior Vice President of Earth Tech's Transportation business.
"It's the most significant trend, head ...
"It's the most significant trend, head and shoulders above anything else," says Kern Jacobson, Earth Tech's director of transportation for North America.
He cites the monster Trans-Texas Corridor project (TTC-35), a 50-year, 600-mile program to add private highway capacity from Oklahoma to Mexico.
"Opportunities arise when private money comes to the table," says Jacobson
"We see it happening more and more.
Nothing else compares to what's happening in public-private partnerships."
In addition to Texas, Jacobson
cites projects and/or initiatives currently under way in Virginia, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Washington, Oregon and Florida.
"Public-private partnerships offer sustained programs that are immune to the ups and downs of public funding," he
Earth Tech | JACOBSON NAMED SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT FOR EARTH TECH'S WESTERN DISTRICT
JACOBSON NAMED SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT FOR EARTH TECH'S WESTERN DISTRICT
LONG BEACH, Calif. (November 10, 2004) - Earth Tech Inc., a business unit of Tyco Engineered Products & Services, and a global provider of consulting, engineering and construction services, has appointed Kern Jacobson, P.E., senior vice president.
, who has 34 years engineering and construction industry experience, will provide leadership for the company's western district and will be responsible for operations, client service and business development.
will be based in Earth Tech's
offices in Long Beach, Calif.
During his career, Jacobson has been involved in a variety of municipal water and wastewater and local and state transportation projects across the U.S. Before joining Earth Tech, Jacobson was with Jacobs Civil, Inc., a division of Jacobs Engineering, for the past five years where he was most recently responsible for the company's civil engineering business units in the central and southwestern regions.
Prior to that, he
had been with Parsons Brinckerhoff for nine years, most recently as president of the PB Farradyne
, a subsidiary company.
Jacobson started his career with the Washington State Department of Transportation where he held a variety of technical and managerial positions during a 21-year tenure.
Jacobson received his master's degree in civil engineering from the University of Washington and his bachelor's degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
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News Item : Online Newsâ€”Earth Tech Announces Appointments
Kern Jacobson, P.E., has been appointed senior vice president.Jacobson, who has 34 years engineering and construction industry experience, will provide leadership for the company's western district and will be responsible for operations, client service and business development.He will be based in Earth Tech's offices in Long Beach, CA.
In addition, the company has appointed two new senior managers to its Capitol District office in Alexandria, VA.