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Kathy Schumann

Life at Mead & Hunt: a glimpse of our culture, people, and practices

What we REALLY do: Jen 01.20.15 by Kathy Schumann

This is Part 1 of a series about who we are as Mead & Hunt'ers, and how we are shaping our world. Meet Jen Wolchansky, a senior environmental planner in our Denver office READ MORE

Christina Slattery Amy Squitieri Chad Moffet

Past & present: preserving bridges & buildings in the modern world

Just in time! Society for Industrial Archeology’s 2015 Call for Papers 01.20.15 by

The Society for Industrial Archeology (SIA) invites proposals for papers and poster displays to be presented at their 44th Annual Conference in Albany & the Hudson-Mohawk READ MORE

Laura Morland Joseph PickeringStephanie Ward

Connecting flight: issues & trends in aviation

Aviation Funding: 2015 Optimism 01.20.15 by Guest Blogger

The funding for airports continues through September 2015. After that, it’s in the hands of our newly elected leaders. Fortunately for our nation’s airports, one of Congress’ READ MORE


Freeways: topics in transportation engineering and planning

Act Now to Support Long-Term Transportation Bill in 2015 01.20.15 by Guest Blogger

So much to do, so little time. The American Council of Engineering Companies is working with coalition allies to promote passage of a multi-year MAP-21 reauthorization bill READ MORE


Streamline: issues and trends in water resources

Hydropower in America's New Energy Era 12.9.14 by Miroslav Kurka, PE, PMP

Move over natural gas. The NHA has a new video that succinctly outlines the benefits and promise of hydropower in an interesting and informative way. READ MORE