LOWELL, MA–(Marketwire -11/21/11)- TRC Companies, Inc. (NYSE: TRR – News) today announced that is has been awarded a $ 5 million contract by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) to prepare the engineering Plans, Specifications and Estimates for an HOV expansion project on Interstate 5 in Orange County, California. OCTA is adding carpool lanes to the North and Southbound sides of I-5 from Pacific Coast Highway to San Juan Creek Road in San Juan Capistrano to improve mobility, capacity and safety. This is the second major OCTA contract for TRC’s Transportation Practice in the last nine months.
“TRC is proud to have excelled in a tough competitive market, allowing us to continue our relationship with OCTA and support the I-5 expansion project,” said Chris Vincze, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “Our experts are committed to delivering results that support OCTA’s ability to improve Orange County’s transportation infrastructure.”
Under the contract, TRC will prepare plans and specifications for an interchange modification, the widening of four bridges, sound walls and stage construction. Recently, TRC completed the design of a similar HOV project for OCTA along I-405/I-605. TRC has supported various OCTA projects since 2004.
A pioneer in groundbreaking scientific and engineering developments since the 1960s, TRC is a national engineering, consulting and construction management firm that provides integrated services to the energy, environmental and infrastructure markets. TRC serves a broad range of clients in government and industry, implementing complex projects from initial concept to delivery and operation. TRC delivers results that enable clients to achieve success in a complex and changing world. For more information and updates from the Company, visit TRC’s website at www.TRCsolutions.com and follow us on Twitter at @TRC_Companies and on LinkedIn.
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