We want to extend our gratitude to everyone who stopped by our booth last week at Roads & Streets. It was a great way to re-connect with people and to also meet new faces.
We also want to say thank you to everyone who participated in our March marketing campaign – helping CivTech choose a charity to make a donation to. In the end, after receiving a number of e-mails with your votes for deserving charities, the “Wounded Warrior Project” won.
We truly appreciate your feedback.
It is CivTech’s 1st year having a booth at Roads & Streets in Tucson! Remember to stop by our booth (the DBE stop), booths 174-176 across from the refreshment area. We are sharing space with our fellow DBE’s and we look forward to seeing everyone!
Wonderful news! CivTech was recently re-selected for the City of Phoenix Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Engineering/Consulting On-Call Services 2012-2014 Contract. We look forward to again working with the City and would also like to extend a congratulations to all of the other firms selected.
Great job everyone!
Did you know that CivTech assisted the ADOT New Products Committee with the evaluation of products to be implemented on state highways and local street projects? Products evaluated were thermoplastic and temporary paint pavement marking products,HPS and LED luminaires, LED sign lighting, video detection systems, control cabinets, sign posts and reflective guardrail markers.
CivTech has started work on a new Design Build project with the Ak-Chin Indian Community. A new entertainment complex is breaking ground in November of this year including a movie theater and bowling alley just south of the City of Maricopa. CivTech is assisting with internal site circulation and traffic signal design and signing and pavement marking along SR-347. The project is currently underway and foundations have already been poured. Take a drive to the Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino and check out the progress.