05 072018

ICE Moves Up in 2018 ENR Top 500 Design Firms Nationwide

Infrastructure Consulting & Engineering, PLLC (ICE) has moved up in the rankings by ENR Top 500 Design Firms. The firm was listed for the first time in 2017 as a Top Design Firm nationwide at #435. Based on revenue growth, ICE jumped up the scale to #353 out of 500 as a Top Design Firm

07 022018

ICE Wins ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards

ACEC-SC hosted the Engineering Excellence Gala on February 6, 2018 at the Columbia Museum of Art. ICE was recognized for Engineering Excellence in the “Small Project, $500,000 - $2 Million” category for the Botanical Parkway Culvert Replacement Project in Lexington County, SC.  Additionally, ICE was recognized as an ACEC Finalist and received an Engineering Excellence

13 112017

ICE Employees Participate in Thanksgiving Food Drive

ICE employees of the Columbia office participated in a food drive to fill Thanksgiving Baskets that were donated to the Lexington Interfaith Community Services mobile food pantry. The bus distributed the baskets to 30 families in the community that otherwise would not have had a Thanksgiving dinner this season. ICE employees collected enough items to

20 102017

ICE Wins 2017 GPTQ Award

Led by the firm's Norcross Office, ICE was awarded the 2017 Georgia Partnership for Transportation Quality (GPTQ) Preconstruction Design Award for Category 1: Innovative Solution for a Design Problem / Best Use of New Products on GDOT's Interstate 285 at Riverside Drive Ramps Project. This project consisted of consisted of the safety improvements to the

17 072017

ICE Ranked in 2017 ENR Top 500 Design Firms

Infrastructure Consulting & Engineering, PLLC (ICE) has been ranked by the Engineering News Record (ENR) for the first time as one of the Nations Top 500 Design Firms. The firm was established in January 2013 after acquiring the assets of Coleman-Snow Consultants, LLC which was formed in February 2005. ICE completed the ENR survey based

09 022017

ICE Wins Awards for Engineering Excellence

ACEC-SC hosted the Engineering Excellence Gala on February 7, 2017 at the Columbia Museum of Art. ICE was recognized as an Engineering Excellence Award winner in the “Small Project, $500,000 - $2 Million” category for the Perryclear Bridge Replacement in Beaufort County, SC.  Additionally, ICE was recognized as an ACEC Finalist and received an Engineering

08 122016

ICE takes home top prize in Georgia Partnership for Transportation Quality Awards

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia (ACEC Georgia) has named Infrastructure Consulting & Engineering the 2016 Georgia Partnership for Transportation Quality (GPTQ) Preconstruction Design Grand Award Winner for the State Route 400 Widening Design-Build Project in Forsyth County, Georgia. Click the link below for a full story featured in Equipmentworld.com. http://www.equipmentworld.com/ice-takes-home-top-prize-in-georgia-partnership-for-transportation-quality-awards/ This 14-mile

11 032016

Local 5th Graders Invited to the New US 176 Bridge Prior to Opening

The replacement of the US 176 Bridge over Cannons Creek in Newberry County has been completed and the bridge is open to traffic. The existing bridge was damaged beyond repair as the result of the flooding of Cannons Creek. The project included the removal of the existing bridge and the construction of a new bridge

03 022016

ICE Wins ACEC-SC Engineering Excellence Award

ACEC-SC hosted the Engineering Excellence Gala on February 2, 2016 at the Columbia Museum of Art. ICE was recognized as an Engineering Excellence Award winner in the “Small Project, $500,000 - $2 Million” category for the Marshland Roundabout Project on Hilton Head Island which is owned by the Town of Hilton Head. Additionally, ICE was

01 012016

ICE Employees Participate in “Flash Food Drive”

As a last minute effort to help meet the immediate needs of our community, ICE’s Columbia office participated in a “Flash Food Drive”. Columbia’s 2015 floods added to the already increasing number of families in need and with only one week’s notice,  ICE employees collected cash donations and food items to assist disadvantaged families and