National architecture-engineering firm expands Transportation CEI services in Florida

July 7, 2020


Mike Ruland CEI FloridaMead & Hunt, a national architecture-engineering consulting firm, is further expanding its Transportation CEI Services in the southeast region. New CEI Department Manager Mike Ruland, PE, brings extensive experience working with clients throughout Florida to the team. He will be based out of our Port Orange, Florida office. Mead & Hunt also has offices in Tampa and Tallahassee, Florida.

As Mead & Hunt continues to expand their Transportation CEI services in Florida, Mike’s skillset is a tremendous asset. He brings more than 27 years of diverse experience in Transportation CEI work. Mike will be responsible for the assessment and growth of Mead & Hunt’s technical capabilities, further establishing the firm’s position as a leader in the Transportation CEI industry.

According to Jeff Burkett, Mead & Hunt Vice President and Southeast CEI Business Unit Leader, “The transportation industry continues to face an aging highway infrastructure, and we must respond to increased public concern over the roads and bridges we travel every day. We expect continued fast-paced growth as we help our clients overcome these challenges.”

Mead & Hunt has recently focused on growing its Transportation CEI capabilities within the Southeast market. Mike is ready to help, saying, “Florida represents an important and growing market for Transportation CEI; owners are struggling with funding shortages and the construction industry is facing staffing challenges. By increasing our Florida CEI capabilities, we can help clients meet the changing needs of the industry.”


Mead & Hunt is an employee-owned consulting firm and remains strong on ENR’s Top 500 design firm list with a national ranking of 111th in 2020. The firm employs nearly 900 employees from 30+ offices nationwide. They were named by Zweig Group as one of the Best Firms to Work For, and by CE News one of the top 10 engineering companies to work for in the nation.