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Freeways: topics in transportation engineering and planning

GIS Based Mobile Mapping 04.22.14 by Guest Blogger

You can’t manage what you don’t measure – an old adage that remains true today. Imagine you are responsible for the management, maintenance, repairs and perpetual preservation READ MORE

Kathy Schumann

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

Who We Are: Neighborly 04.21.14 by Kathy Schumann

What does it mean to be neighborly? Depending on who your neighbors are, you may have interesting answers to that question. But aren't the best neighbors the ones who take READ MORE

Christina Slattery Amy Squitieri Chad Moffet

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

Embrace the past, think like a futurist! 04.10.14 by Guest Blogger

Preserving mid-century modern resources for future generations involves promoting mid-century heritage now. One of the challenges preservationists are facing is fostering an READ MORE


Streamline: issues and trends in water resources

The Whole Picture 04.2.14 by Kari Nichols, PE

Involving stakeholders early in the project process identifies goals and objectives. Doing so vets competing interests and leads to a balanced project solution. READ MORE

Laura Morland Joseph PickeringStephanie Ward

Connecting flight: issues & trends in aviation

Quarterly USDOT Report Now Available 02.10.14 by Trina Froehlich

Recently Mead & Hunt distributed the US Department of Transportation (DOT) airline report data for the year ended September 30, 2013. The information provided in these READ MORE