2023 ACEC Kentucky Grand Award

2023 ACEC Louisiana Grand Award

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More than just designers and engineers, we’re using technology and innovation to solve problems for our clients. Whether it’s app development, assembling technology products in novel ways or coordination with other solution providers, our award-winning team of creative thinkers and problem solvers proactively develop new solutions to fix longstanding issues that our clients have faced for years. By applying scalable and cost effective use of technology, our solutions provide our clients with insights and information that positively impacts their local communities and allows residents to enjoy a better quality of life.

A few examples of our recent work includes:

  • Move Metairie Tracking Forward – a first-of-its-kind app that provides real-time information about train crossings to help residents avoid delays. Blockages have a real impact on the community, and this new service allows residents, including teachers, first responders and other essential workers, to use modern technology to improve their quality of life.
  • MPATH: Empathic Insights – a pioneering platform that quantifies emotional responses to urban environments. By integrating geolocation data, stress measurements from wearable devices, and other key datasets, MPATH identifies stress-inducing factors and facilitates data-driven design enhancements. The technology aims to proactively improve safety, reduce accidents, and create safer, more inclusive, and well-connected communities.
It’s been a phenomenal experience to see the app improving our residents’ quality of life; people are really embracing it! And it’s not just a user-friendly tool for motorists. It’s also a vital tool for first responders to help them efficiently respond to an emergency by letting them know if the crossing is accessible. … Now that Gresham Smith has developed the technology and the app is working with a high degree of accuracy, I feel like this is just the beginning. In fact, we’d like to see this same technology used across our parish and across the region in the future. Jennifer Van Vrancken Jefferson Parish Councilwoman, Council District 5