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Managing historic buildings for federal agencies

Recent announcement from the ACHP about the U.S. GAO report entitled “Improved Data Needed to Strategically Manage Historic Buildings, Address Multiple Challenges.”

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The innovative DOT: A handbook of policy and practice

evenues are falling and budgets are shrinking. Yet state Departments of Transportation (DOTs) have ambitious goals: improve safety, reduce congestion, enhance economic opportunity, improve reliability, preserve system assets, accelerate project delivery and help to create healthier, more livable neighborhoods, just to name a few.

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US Society on Dams annual conference and meeting
US Society on Dams annual conference and meeting

The 33rd USSD Annual Meeting and Conference will be held in Phoenix on February 11-15. Both Eric Van Deuren and Miroslav Kurka from Mead & Hunt will be attending

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Supreme Court ruling on flooding liabilities

Many are watching the Supreme Court case that involves a claim arising out of temporary flooding caused by dam releases. Ruling may increase th public agency liability.

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Using public involvement for highway projects
Using public involvement for highway projects

In this two part series, we’ve talked about public involvement in highway projects; how it’s changing and how DOTs are using it effectively.

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We can feel the warmth of Mesa!

Mead & Hunt is hosting its 2nd Annual Air Service Conference from Jan 16-17 in Mesa, Arizona. It’s not to late to sign-up.

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Taking DC by storm
Taking DC by storm

Mead & Hunters are headed to Washington DC for the TRB Annual Conference and the ACI-NA Environmental Sterring Committee Meeting.

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WaterSMART grant for water and energy efficiency

A recurring infrastructural “wish list” is system improvements to conserve water or energy, either to meet regulatory goals or simply reduce operational cost.

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FHWA webinar on post-1945 bridge program comment

Applying the Program Comment for Post-1945 Bridges Webinar on Thursday, January 24, 2013 at 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM EST

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Combining art with structure (Part 1)

The recently completed WIS 54 Bridge is the culmination of years of collaboration with local artists and structural engineers combined with electrical engineers to create an iconic structure for the Oneida people.

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