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Transportation Research Board midyear meeting call for participation
Transportation Research Board midyear meeting call for participation

It is that time of the year again to propose your ideas for the upcoming TRB ADC50 mid-year meeting in Salt Lake City on July 17-20.

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New hire expands cultural resources services in Colorado
New hire expands cultural resources services in Colorado

Mead & Hunt’s historic preservation client base in the West is seeing ongoing growth. In response Dianna Litvak, a Senior Historian, joins our team to better serve clients out of our Denver office.

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Transportation Research Board critical to historic preservation innovation
Transportation Research Board critical to historic preservation innovation

The TRB ADC50 plays a critical role in transportation innovation in the United States. And, yet many are unaware of how they are impacted by the mission and services of the ADC50.

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Avoiding adverse effects on historic properties
Avoiding adverse effects on historic properties

The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation recently released guidance on avoiding adverse effects, focusing on preservation conditions, easements and covenants.

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Best of 2015: In case you missed this news you can still use
Best of 2015: In case you missed this news you can still use

As this year rolls to an end, we hope that you enjoyed and appreciated the Mead & Hunt Insights blog dedicated to cultural resource news.

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Help to save roadside heritage
Help to save roadside heritage

The SCA is seeking nominations for its 2016 list of endangered roadside resources.

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FAST Act provisions affecting cultural resources
FAST Act provisions affecting cultural resources

FAST Act is streamlined project delivery and the following 4 provisions affect cultural resources.

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Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act signed into law
Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act signed into law

On December 4, President Obama signed into law the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act or “FAST.”

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Remembering Katrina 10 Years Later
Remembering Katrina 10 Years Later

A new Esri story map, “Katrina +10: A Decade of Change in New Orleans,” analyzes the damage from the storm making use of GIS technology

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Stop the car: Programmatic architecture
Stop the car: Programmatic architecture

Attributed to the rise of the automobile in post-WWII, Programmatic Architecture sought to catch the attention of the traveling public motoring down the highway.

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