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Jaffer Almosawy
February 21, 2018

Engineering Intern at GCW Named 2018 New Face of Civil Engineering

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 […]
GCW Engineers at NXT
August 23, 2016

The Future of GCW Starts from Within

In the early 2000s, GCW created a program called the “EI Forum” to provide educational and career development for Engineering Interns (EIs) within the firm. The program consisted of monthly meetings that included presentations and discussions on a variety of topics ranging from GCW’s history, structure, and policies and procedures to mentoring, project management, and […]
The Spirit of Competition at Cox Pavilion - GCW Engineering
May 18, 2016

The Spirit of Competition

Three of our young Engineering Interns (EI’s) are competing in the Spring 2016 Fred & Harriet Cox Senior Design Competition. The competition consists of 35 teams of students from all areas of engineering, including mechanical, civil, environmental, electrical, and more. Teams showcase their prototypes and have their projects judged by a panel of local industry […]
GCW Engineers work on Grand Teton Storm Drain at Centennial Parkway Channel West
May 11, 2016

Centennial Parkway Channel West – Grand Teton Storm Drain

The project consisted of final design for CCRFCD Master Plan facilities including 2,500 lf of 8-ft by 6-ft and 1,500 lf of 10-ft by 5-ft precast RCB storm drain, transition structures, 550 lf of 18-inch to 30-inch RCP and PVC storm drain, laterals and drop inlets. GCW determined design flow rates, hydraulic analysis, pavement replacement, […]
GCW Engineering works on Improvements at Rancho Drive and Decatur Boulevard
May 10, 2016

Rancho Drive and Decatur Boulevard Improvements

This project consisted of preliminary and final design of capacity, safety, transit, and pedestrian improvements to the Rancho/Decatur dogleg intersections. Improvements facilitate two-lane through movements on Decatur Blvd, and include channelized dual right-turn lanes with signalized pedestrian crossings, triple left-turn lanes, bus turnouts, traffic signal upgrades with transit phases, and ADA upgrades. Improvements also included […]
ACROS Fukuoka Foundation Building, Fukuoka, Japan
February 17, 2016

Sustainable Engineering Around The World

Let’s take a quick look how sustainable engineering is performed around the world. Creating a sustainable future for our world has been a collective effort among nations, companies and people. We can agree companies around the world are becoming ever more interested in developing sustainable engineering, consequentially leading the way through their engineering innovation. We […]