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Culver named Human Resources Professional of the Year

Meet one of the winners of WMC and Ogletree Deakins’ 2017 Human Resources Professional of the Year Award,

Culver named Human Resources Professional of the Year
In support of Texas hurricane relief

Two ways you can help those in need in the Houston area. Our thoughts are with everyone there.

In support of Texas hurricane relief
Exceeding expectations: A culture for growth

Kindall Shannon shares her experiences on a project that gave her a lot of firsts as a young professional, highlighting the level of trust and guidance she received.

Exceeding expectations: A culture for growth
Our future’s so bright …

If you’ve started your summer road trips, you know construction season is in full swing. In my community, I am taking roads less traveled to avoid closed exit and entrance ramps.

Our future’s so bright …
Innovating with toothpicks and playing cards

Give employees one hour and a pile of random supplies, and creative genius is revealed.

Innovating with toothpicks and playing cards
Announcing Mead & Hunt Cares grant winners

Mead & Hunt awards three grants to employees who are helping improve their communities. Read more to learn how!

Announcing Mead & Hunt Cares grant winners
Prom dresses and dashing for pets

Recently, a group of employees in our Middleton office joined with the Junior League of Madison for the organization’s All Dressed Up prom dress drive.

Prom dresses and dashing for pets
A busy start to 2017

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

A busy start to 2017
In my words: Kindall Shannon

The “In My Words” series allows Mead & Hunt employees in various stages of their career to express their perspectives on work. Please meet Architectural Intern Kindall Shannon.

In my words: Kindall Shannon
Better than ever

As we put the finishing touches on another year of great work, Raj Sheth gives you a summary of life at Mead & Hunt.

Better than ever