It’s been a long winter and everyone I know is looking forward to real spring weather – especially our airport clients who deal with snow removal and deicing. Continue reading
Mead & Hunt’s Stephanie Ward authored an article about using the C³ method in TRB-ACRP Report 65 to help airports plan for IROPS events. Continue reading
This week marks two months since Mead & Hunt and Barnard Dunkelberg (BD-C) joined forces. What a great time it’s been! I first met the “BD-C’ers” while working on the General Mitchell (Milwaukee, WI) Runway Safety Area project.
Mead & Hunt team member Greg Stern was recognized as “Airport Engineer of the Year” by the Wisconsin Airport Management Association last month. Continue reading
Next week I’m headed to Las Vegas for the ACI-NA Environmental Affairs Committee conference and looking forward to information-sharing and catching up with colleagues from across North America. Continue reading
There’s a lot of research going on in the alternative energy area, including bio energy. I just heard on the radio today about biofuel refueling stations for automobiles. And the aviation industry is also exploring biofuels.
I’ve just returned from the ACI-NA’s annual conference pre-conference seminars. These information-sharing sessions are always a great way to hear what is going on in the aviation industry. My focus is on the environmental, and the reoccurring theme I observed was sustainability. Continue reading
The FAA always advises airports to start planning early. La Crosse Municipal Airport’s taxiway project is a great example of why early planning and collaboration are so important to the success of a complex project.
Many of us have multiple addresses these days – a home address, work address, email address. But do you know your watershed address? Continue reading
Hello. I’m Laura Morland, Environmental Practice Leader – Aviation Services at Mead & Hunt. I’m new to blogging but realize social media is a great way to communicate. So here it goes…