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Tuxpan Project Wins International Accolades The Tuxpan Port Terminal (TPT) project recently received two important CEMEX Building Awards for its sustainable approach to infrastructure design and construction. The project, planned and designed by BergerABAM, employed an innovative combination of deep soil mixing, land- and marine-based pile installation, and precast/prestressed concrete, to enable the development of a state-of-the-art container terminal in an environmentally sensitive and geotechnically unstable area. Sponsored by one of the largest cement manufacturers in the world, the CEMEX Building Awards recognize the application of new concrete technologies in projects with a high degree of sustainability, encouraging the exchange of ideas and solutions among the world’s different construction industries. This year, the award received 70 entries in the five categories. TPT took first place in the Infrastructure category for projects located in Mexico, as well as third place in the international infrastructure category.

The Tuxpan Terminal is located at a greenfield site, an environmentally sensitive area, on the south bank of the River Tuxpan

We are pleased to welcome the following new team members to BergerABAM.

Marcia Medina

Madison Sehlke Loren Campos Federal Way Office

Houston Office

Marcia Medina is a project manager for the Facilities Department. She has experience managing multidisciplinary projects that include stormwater treatment, drainage, and conveyance; utilities, erosion, and sediment control; wastewater pump stations; and site grading for a variety of clients. Marcia has a bachelor’s in civil engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Madison Sehlke is a communications specialist in the Business Development and Communications Department. She has a bachelor’s in communication, with a minor in economics, from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington.

Loren Campos is an engineer-in-training for the International Ports and Terminals Department. He has a master’s in civil engineering from the University of Houston and a bachelor’s in civil engineering from The University of Texas at Austin. His project experience includes educational, institutional, and commercial facilities. He also has experience in construction administration.

Federal Way Office

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Inside/Out Newsletter | Winter 2018 | Issue 68  

BergerABAM is a consulting firm offering services in the areas of planning, civil and structural engineering, architecture, environmental se...

Inside/Out Newsletter | Winter 2018 | Issue 68  

BergerABAM is a consulting firm offering services in the areas of planning, civil and structural engineering, architecture, environmental se...