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Businesses featured this week: Aecom Technical Services Inc., Buchart Horn Inc., Century Engineering Inc., Dawood Engineering Inc., Erdman Anthony, Gannett Fleming, HNTB Corp., Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson Inc., KS Engineers, Lutheran Home Care & Hospice, Mackin Engineering Co., Michael Baker Jr. Inc., Parsons Brinckerhoff Inc., Pennoni Associates, Rettew Associates Inc., SAI Consulting Engineers Inc., STV, URS Corp., Whitman Requardt & Associates LLP

ENGINEERING

Harrisburg-based American Council of Engineering Companies of Pennsylvania gave Diamond Award certificates to Aecom Technical Services Inc. for work on the Fort Washington Expressway near Philadelphia; Buchart Horn Inc. for biological nutrient removal upgrades to Springettsbury Township's wastewater treatment plant and the riverfront park and riverbank stabilization project in Sunbury; Century Engineering Inc. for replacement of the Tuscarora Mountain Road bridge in Schuylkill County; Dawood Engineering Inc. for the Simerell Road bridge rehabilitation over I-81 in Lackawanna County; Erdman Anthony for rehabilitation of the Milford toll bridge across the Delaware River; Gannett Fleming for improvements to exit 44 of I-81 near Carlisle and state Route 52 in Chester County; HNTB Corp. for emergency repairs to the Norristown high-speed rail line in Montgomery and Delaware counties; Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. for the Bucks/Philadelphia and Delaware/Philadelphia intelligent transportation systems and installation of a roadway weather information system on the Pennsylvania Turnpike; Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson Inc. for the Gettysburg Transit Center and a pedestrian facilities inventory for the Delaware Department of Transportation; KS Engineers for streetscape improvements in Philadelphia; Larson Design Group for the Lower Lake bridge and dam redesign in Pike County; Mackin Engineering Co. for the Mon/Fayette and Montour Trail projects in western Pennsylvania; Michael Baker Jr. Inc. for the Franklin Street Station rehabilitation in Reading, the Mount Joy rail enhancement project, the Route 422 Park and Ride project near New Castle and a section of U.S. 202; Parsons Brinckerhoff Inc. for Pennsylvania Turnpike reconstruction in western Pennsylvania and improvements to the Westmoreland County Transit Authority maintenance facility; Pennoni Associates for Wilkes-Barre's Coal Street gateway, the Longwood Gardens photovoltaic facility, the Philadelphia Navy Yard infrastructure upgrade and the Rapps Dam Road Covered Bridge rehabilitation in Chester County; Rettew Associates Inc. for Chesapeake Energy Corp.'s roadway restoration; SAI Consulting Engineers Inc. for the Mon/Fayette expressway and the Six Mile Creek bridge replacements in Erie County; STV for the Delaware Water Gap toll bridge rehabilitation; URS Corp. for rehabilitation of the Girard Point Bridge over the Schuylkill River and the MarkWest rail spur in Washington County; and Whitman Requardt & Associates LLP for an emergency bridge replacement over I-70.

HEALTH CARE

Chambersburg-based Lutheran Home Care & Hospice gave its 2012 Karen A. Rohaly Award, which is presented annually to the employee who best upholds the ideals set by the agency's first administrator, to Pat Thompson, a home health aide and office coordinator with its Westminster, Md., office. Thompson was nominated by co-workers in recognition of the compassion and kindness she shows to clients, her ability to keep the office organized, and her willingness to go above and beyond to help the staff.

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