Goethals


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United States army officer and engineer who supervised the construction of the Panama Canal (1858-1928)

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Recently, a number of states have experimented with the model, and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is dipping its toes in the private investment waters, with a planned PPP funding structure for the repair of the Goethals Bridge.
The PANYNJ's $27B ten-year Capital Plan includes: the modernization of JFK and LaGuardia; raising the roadway at the Bayonne Bridge; Goethals Bridge modernization; and other major facilities and equipment replacement work.
5 billion Goethals Bridge replacement project in New York and New Jersey, two large natural gas-fired power plants, and two large manufacturing plants.
Allison and Goethals (psychology and leadership studies, U.
68 Two years short of his 70th birthday, Jupp Heynckes became the second oldest manager to lift the European Cup behind Raymond Goethals who was 71 when he led Marseille to glory in 1993.
Comedy, starring Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, John Heard, Catherine O''Hara, Angela Goethals, John Candy, Devin Ratray, Gerry Bamman and Hillary Wolf.
UW's Christine Babcock might be a factor in the 1,500; Baylee Mires takes on Oregon's Laura Roesler and Anne Kesselring in the 800; and Megan Goethals is entered in the 5,000.
What They Do & Why We Need Them, authors Scott Allison and George Goethals found that one third of the heroes cited by average Americans live closer to home--in their own family.
He was the first to arrive at Goethals Drive--the hardest-hit housing area on the post.
The location is directly off the interchange of West Shore Expressway, near the Outerbridge Crossing, the Goethals Bridge and the Verrazano Bridge.
With champion Megan Goethals of Michigan's Rochester High battling with Chelsey Sveinsson of Greenhill High in Dallas, Miller fluctuated between 17th and 20th place in the 40-runner event for the first two miles of the race.
To ensure that Goethals would have complete control, Roosevelt named him chairman of the ICC, as well as chief engineer.
Americans had better luck in 1904 with government funding, a military presence, the defeat of yellow fever, better equipment and superior engineering under the leadership of George Goethals.
Goethals Medal, the highest honor presented by the Society of American Military Engineers, for his leadership in developing a new national standard for coated steel reinforcing.
Goethals, in collaboration with ordained priest Karel Denys (who is also the editor of the "Gazette van Detroit" considered to be the only Belgian newspaper in America), "Searching For Flemish (Belgian) Ancestors" is an invaluable introduction to doing genealogical research involving Flemish (today known as Belgian) ancestors and family lines.