Salting Error Causes Multiple Maryland Accidents

first_imgDave Buck, spokesman for Maryland State Highway Administration (MSHA), says trucks went out overnight to pretreat for possible precipitation Saturday. They transported four people for checkups. A spokesperson for Montgomery County Fire and Rescue says between 4:30 and 6:30 a.m. the department responded to 8 collisions on the Beltway between Connecticut Ave. and Rockville Pike. He says one truck was operated by a contractor and loaded with both salt brine and liquid magnesium. The truck treated the west side of the Beltway between 11 p.m. and 1 a.m. This is the area where the accidents occurred. MSHA has the truck and is investigating why it was used and how it was loaded with the wrong materials. Buck sayscenter_img Maryland State Police were kept busy Friday morning with accidents on the Beltway near Georgia Ave. WUSA Images: Beltway Crashes MSHA has salted and conditions are improving.last_img read more

Multi-Family: Downtown Phoenix Housing Project

first_imgDowntown Phoenix Housing ProjectDeveloper: Concord EastridgeGeneral Contractor: hardison/downeyArchitect: Ayers Saint GrossLocation: Roosevelt St. to the north; McKinley St. to the south; Fourth St. to the east; Third St. to the westSize: 2.9-acre site comprising 2 parcelsThe $52M, 2-building, mixed-use project is the first private investing supporting Downtown Phoenix student housing. Plans call for 325 apartment units and 5,000 SF of retail space. Subcontractors include Spectrum Engineers, Dibble Engineering, PK Associates and SmithGroupJJR (landscape architect). Expected completion is 3Q 2013.AZRE Magazine May/June 2012last_img read more