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Creating pedestrian and bike trails saves historic bridges
Creating pedestrian and bike trails saves historic bridges

July 27, 2016

Preservation options to keep a historic bridge in use typically involve one of five solutions. MnDOT’s Management Plan for Historic Bridges describes each possibility.

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Louisiana historic bridge project wins national award
Louisiana historic bridge project wins national award

July 27, 2016

An online publication Mead & Hunt prepared for the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development won an award from the National Conference of State Legislatures.

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Planning program offers environmental benefits
Planning program offers environmental benefits

July 27, 2016

The Planning and Environmental Linkages program encourages transportation engineers, planners and decision makers to incorporate natural and human environment goals up front and early.

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Meet our new Learning and Development Coordinator
Meet our new Learning and Development Coordinator

July 26, 2016

I loved many things about college, particularly the independence. I especially appreciated being able to pick what I wanted to study any given semester. Because my major supported a very well-rounded education, I ventured into many different study areas on campus. Learning was exciting.

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Panzura announces next-generation SMART Sync technology
Panzura announces next-generation SMART Sync technology

July 21, 2016

Cross-office collaboration between 27 locations with applications such as Autodesk Revit was made possible through using a Panzura Global File System.

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La Crosse
La Crosse's nature trail and pedestrian bridge wins national public works award

July 20, 2016

The American Public Works Association announced the winners of its national 2016 Public Works Projects of the Year awards.

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Peak and off-peak traffic influence intersection design
Peak and off-peak traffic influence intersection design

July 20, 2016

While there are a number of variables that contribute to congested intersections, many problems stem from inadequate signal timing and proper lane requirements during peak traffic hours.

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The contract is not the finish line
The contract is not the finish line

July 20, 2016

We hit the ground running with very steep learning curve combined with a huge dedication of time and resources. Read more in The Military Engineer magazine.

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New technology takes complicated dam safety project to the finish line
New technology takes complicated dam safety project to the finish line

July 19, 2016

New technologies continue to give us valuable tools to investigate and analyze dams, levees, hydroelectric facilities and related infrastructure.

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