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Active involvement in professional organization is a must for any serious engineer
Active involvement in professional organization is a must for any serious engineer

February 20, 2017

Why am I active in professional organizations when my job doesn’t require it and I am so busy?

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Treading toward efficient change management through the cloud
Treading toward efficient change management through the cloud

February 15, 2017

Configuration Management Solutions are more automated today than five years ago, when much of the process was manual.

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The fundamentals of well workplaces include office exercise and shared workspaces
The fundamentals of well workplaces include office exercise and shared workspaces

February 15, 2017

How important has workplace wellness become? When they start giving out awards for it, you know the practice of promoting health-oriented activities in the office has gained widespread acceptance.

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Take the easy street to classifying roads
Take the easy street to classifying roads

February 15, 2017

Street, avenue, road, boulevard…the naming convention behind roads is more strategic than it might seem.

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A busy start to 2017
A busy start to 2017

February 14, 2017

I’m not sure how it happened, but several holidays have passed since this blog last had airtime.

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Texas Department of Transportation celebrates 100 years of service
Texas Department of Transportation celebrates 100 years of service

February 13, 2017

This year the TxDOT pays tribute to a collaborative history of moving people, goods across the Lone Star State.

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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission leadership affects quorum actions
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission leadership affects quorum actions

February 13, 2017

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission does not have a quorum to address any actions that require a majority vote.

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Short Haul Vehicle bridge evaluation deadline only one year away
Short Haul Vehicle bridge evaluation deadline only one year away

February 8, 2017

Short Haul Vehicles are capable of carrying heavier loads, making it essential for roads and bridges to withstand more concentrated amounts of pressure.

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Converging federal regulations impact floodplains and critical habitat
Converging federal regulations impact floodplains and critical habitat

February 6, 2017

NMFS concluded that implementation of NFIP is likely to jeopardize the existence of 16 species protected by the ESA in Oregon due to impacts to critical habitat.

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