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For over a century, Mead & Hunt has built a reputation as an engineering and architecture firm powered by innovative thinkers and steadfast experts. But when you look beneath the surface you’ll find the secret behind our longevity is the relationships we’ve built with our clients. Above all else, your success is our success.

Navigating the regulatory process for our wetlands and waterways
Navigating the regulatory process for our wetlands and waterways

April 27, 2016

Successful project execution can be achieved by getting your regulators involved early when wetlands and waterways are involved.

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Pedestrian bridge keeps citizens safe from active railroad
Pedestrian bridge keeps citizens safe from active railroad

April 27, 2016

Nearly 15 years in the making, the City of La Crosse recently completed the new and improved Bud Hendrickson Memorial Natural Trail and Pedestrian Bridge.

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Ribbon cutting ceremony for White Cloud’s new airport terminal
Ribbon cutting ceremony for White Cloud’s new airport terminal

April 27, 2016

On May 7 at 1:00 p.m. the City of White Cloud will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for their new general aviation terminal.

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Campus housing projects: Variety and innovation
Campus housing projects: Variety and innovation

April 26, 2016

Mead & Hunt undertook a master plan to renovate six 1960s-era residence halls clustered together on the west side of the UW Whitewater campus.

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One Water: Reuse wastewater in your water supply
One Water: Reuse wastewater in your water supply

April 26, 2016

Reuse wastewater?! Yes, it’s not only possible but it can save money, increase your community’s water supply and protect the environment.

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It’s almost May: Get ready to celebrate Preservation Month!
It’s almost May: Get ready to celebrate Preservation Month!

April 26, 2016

May is Preservation Month. Join thousands of people across the country by attending local events to learn about that national and community history and promote heritage tourism, and the many benefits of historic preservation.

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Federal funding of dam repair on the horizon
Federal funding of dam repair on the horizon

April 25, 2016

A bipartisan bill was introduced in the Senate to establish a program to provide grant assistance for the rehabilitation and repair of dams with high hazard potential.

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Charleston airport lays out plans for artwork once terminal overhaul is finished
Charleston airport lays out plans for artwork once terminal overhaul is finished

April 25, 2016

A parking deck mural, decorated columns and sweetgrass baskets are a few of the art pieces being considered to dress up Charleston International Airport (South Carolina) in once the nearly $200 million terminal overhaul is completed this summer.

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Brainerd Airport Commission: More to learn on antenna relocation
Brainerd Airport Commission: More to learn on antenna relocation

April 23, 2016

It’s pretty rare to move FAA antennas at an airport and usually it’s because a runway was shifted. It’s rare for antennas to be moved for economic expansion reasons.

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