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
Through-the-Fence Operations on the agenda for SWAAAE Conference on January 29. Continue reading
GA airports have a new resource available to them in the form of TRB’s ACRP Report 77: Guidebook for Developing General Aviation Airport Business Plans. Continue reading
As we head into winter, it’s important that airports, their tenants and their users prepare for the delays or irregular operations that can arise when we’re dealing with mother nature. Continue reading
As one of Mead & Hunt’s aviation planners, Maranda Thompson knows something about land use. She’s going to showcase that knowledge as an instructor for the upcoming UC Berkeley Airport Systems Planning and Design Short Course. Continue reading
As the project consultant, Mead & Hunt and the City of Ontario are receiving the “Focused Issue Planning Award” from the American Planning Association (APA) California Chapter for the Ontario International Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan. 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.
More than 160 aviation professionals attended the recent SWAAAE Annual Summer Conference in Santa Rosa, California. Sixteen industry presentations were conducted over the two-day schedule. Continue reading
The American Planning Association (APA) has developed an advanced certification in Transportation Planning, and Mead & Hunt is helping. Aviation planners Stephanie Ward, David Dietz, and I are preparing training materials for APA members interested in taking the certification exam.
All us at Mead & Hunt are very excited and proud to have the firm of Barnard Dunkelberg join our crew and add to our already large and successful aviation practice. Continue reading