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Christina Slattery Amy Squitieri Chad Moffet

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

Help for Aging Infrastructure 10.20.14 by Amy Squitieri

Much of today’s infrastructure is comprised of structures built with materials, design standards, and construction practices that are no longer common and not taught in READ MORE


Freeways: topics in transportation engineering and planning

New Wetland Provides Floodplain Mitigation and Habitat Improvement 10.16.14 by John

The primary benefits of wetlands are floodplain attenuation and a diverse natural habitat. Often, roadway construction projects affect wetlands, especially if the roadway is READ MORE

Kathy Schumann

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

What we're about 10.1.14 by Kathy Schumann

We talk a lot about legacy here - mostly because we're pretty proud of ours. So much so, that we've added a Founder's Room to our newest office building to celebrate how much READ MORE

Laura Morland Joseph PickeringStephanie Ward

Connecting flight: issues & trends in aviation

The New Faces of Aviation 09.23.14 by Guest Blogger

Guest Blogger Lisa Harmon was thrilled and humbled by the bright new aviation staff she met while participating as an instructor in the 43rd Annual Aviation Short-Course READ MORE


Streamline: issues and trends in water resources

Keeping Our Toolboxes Stocked 07.31.14 by Kari Nichols, PE

Expanding the engineering toolbox to keep it well-stocked benefits engineers and clients, but feedback after tool implementation really helps enhance tool application. READ MORE