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Cultural resource insights of 2016
Cultural resource insights of 2016

January 10, 2017

As we welcome the New Year, this post revisits noteworthy news from Mead & Hunt on cultural resources from 2016.

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Four environment and infrastructure stories to watch in 2017
Four environment and infrastructure stories to watch in 2017

January 5, 2017

With a new president and newly consolidated power among Republicans nationally and in many states, 2017 should be an interesting year for the environment and infrastructure challenges we work to address.

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2017 Challenge: Be an orange in an apple market
2017 Challenge: Be an orange in an apple market

January 5, 2017

Mead & Hunt always dares to be different for our clients’ benefit. How can you stand out in a crowd of A/E/C firms? Take the A/E/C 2017 Challenge.

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The future of planning for small airports is…now
The future of planning for small airports is…now

January 4, 2017

Planning for small airports is, and must be, moving focus from infrastructure to sustainability. For many airports, the days of preserving land long-term for new runways have been replaced with determining how to use every available acre to drive the economy.

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President Obama signs the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act
President Obama signs the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act

January 3, 2017

President Obama has signed the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation (WIIN) Act (S. 612) into law.

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Rock Island City Council presents capital improvement plan
Rock Island City Council presents capital improvement plan

December 30, 2016

Consultant presentation on Arsenal utilities privatization.

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On the Wing: Protecting aviation and wildlife
On the Wing: Protecting aviation and wildlife

December 28, 2016

Birds and other wildlife have always posed a hazard to aviation, and the number of reported wildlife strikes seems to be increasing worldwide.

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Cultural resource management in the Trump administration
Cultural resource management in the Trump administration

December 28, 2016

President-elect Trump has never held political office, so it’s more difficult to predict how his administration will impact environmental and historic preservation regulations

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Amistad Dam safety modification study provides learning opportunity
Amistad Dam safety modification study provides learning opportunity

December 26, 2016

For the past six months, we have been assisting Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with a dam safety modification study of Amistad Dam on the Rio Grande River.

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