Jeremy Jelus and Brian Kelly represented Keville Enterprises, Inc. on the Urban Engineers team overseeing the Pennsylvania Turnpike/I-95 Interchange Project. This world class project was awarded the Project of the year by the CMAA Mid-Atlantic Chapter. The project was honored in the “Mega Project over $100 million” category at the chapter’s awards banquet held at the Union League in Philadelphia in June of 2019. Throughout the four-year construction period, with costs of over $260 million the project team successfully managed and administered contract work with the contractors; governmental and local agencies; utilities; and the residential community on a daily basis. They communicated and coordinated planning to implement over 15 traffic switches, seven detours/stoppages, and over 50 lane closures. The Pennsylvania Turnpike/I-95 Interchange Project opened on September 22, 2018. Keville was represented on this project by Brian Kelly and Jeremy Jelus, who served as Assistant Resident Engineers on the program.