Congratulations to our Atlanta Office for winning their fouth consecutive Georgia Partnership for Transportation Quality (GPTQ) Design Award from the Georgia Department of Transportation for I-20 in Newton County Georgia (click here to learn more about I-20). The GPTQ Awards are presented to companies whose projects best embody the ongoing evolution of innovation and quality in serving the transportation needs of Georgia.
Qk4 is proud to be the only firm to win the prestigious GPTQ Design Award four years running:
- 2006 – SR 34/54, Peachtree City
Conversion of a two-lane highway into a context-sensitive four-lane urban arterial that accommodates Peachtree City’s unique multi-use path system.
- 2007 – Rogers Bridge Multi-Use Path
Qk4 designed a 1.8-mile long recreational trail in northern Fulton County.
- 2008 – Canton Road Master Plan
Qk4 prepared the design concept for the transformation of a blighted urban highway into a context-sensitive main street for Cobb County.
- 2009 – I-20/Alcovy Road Interchange, Newton County
Qk4 designed the $30 million widening of I-20 to six lanes and the related improvements to Alcovy Road and the interchange.