DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
The Florida Department of Transportation serves the country's third most populous state. It administers and maintains 122,659 miles of highway, 20 airports, 15 seaports, 31 urban transit systems and, uniquely, 2 spaceports.
With 19,670 employees, Caltrans is the largest DOT in the country. It’s responsible for more than 50,000 miles of highway and faces some of the toughest challenges for dealing with traffic and climate change issues.
With more than 4,800 employees, MnDOT oversees, builds, and maintains more than 31,000 miles of roadway and over 100 airports, pedestrian walkways and bike paths.
With 1,537 employees, Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) will represent smaller DOTs. In addition to overseeing 5,000 miles of highway, ITD deals with public transit and aeronautical challenges that are relatable to DOTs across the country.
Founded in 1996, Google is a multinational technology company which has become essential to daily life. The company has 57,000 employees, processes over one billion search requests per day, and is the most visited website in the world. Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is the second most valuable company in the world with an estimated value of $507 billion.
Kiewit Corporation is a privately held, employee-owned Fortune 500 contractor based in Omaha, Nebraska. Kiewit is one of the largest contractors in the world and provides construction services for the government, transportation, power, water and other major sectors throughout North America.
With more than 46,900 employees, the City of Los Angeles serves the second largest city in America.