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James Duddlesten Retires

As a long standing member of the Las Vegas community, James A. Duddlesten has contributed both as a professional leader in the field of engineering and to our community. James was part of the team selected by local government to implement the Las Vegas Area Computer Traffic System in 1978. Yes, he is ultimately responsible […]

Field Trip to the Boulder City Bypass

Field Trip to the Boulder City Bypass

We recently took our Engineering Interns on a field trip to the Boulder City Bypass, on which GCW was a subconsultant, and asked them to share their thoughts on the visit. GCW provided program management for this Design-Build, consisting of 12 miles of 4-lane limited access freeway around the southern perimeter of Boulder City. The […]

2018 March Madness Analysis

March Madness

The odds of filling out a perfect bracket are one in 9,223,372,036,854,775,808. However, with these incredible insights and tips, we’re going to reduce those odds to roughly one in 9 quintillion. I know what you’re thinking… “I have better odds of winning Power Ball” but please consider that completing a bracket and closely following it […]

Engineering Intern at GCW Named 2018 New Face of Civil Engineering

Jaffer Almosawy

Jaffer Almosawy, a water and wastewater Engineer Intern (EI) with GCW Inc., in Las Vegas, Nevada, has been named one of ten 2018 New Faces of Civil Engineering, Professional Edition by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). This program recognizes young civil engineers for their achievements and contributions to society. Almosawy will be officially […]