Where we're working, Part 2

For blogLabor Day may have ushered in the unofficial close to summer, but we’re going to continue our two-part series on where we’ve been working the past few months. Many of our projects are long-term, so it’s just as fun to see the end result as it is to view work-in-progress. This round of photos takes us from the Midwest to California.

At left, Central Nebraska Regional Airport in Grand Island, NE, was making great use of their new facilities this summer.

Top right, Chris Swonke (R) and Chuck McCormick (L) fly our drone at Meadows Field (CA).  Chuck is the pilot and Chris is the observer per requirements.

Bottom right, Liz Boyer takes photos of a historic steel beam bridge on historic Route 66 near Afton, OK, as part of historic Section 4(f) evaluation of alternatives to rehabilitate and preserve the bridge.

With fall comes the arrival of career fair season, which is an exciting time for the recruiting team and our alumni who get to travel back to share their Mead & Hunt work experience. Maybe we’ll see you on the road … or on a project like one of these someday.

Kathy Schumann

About the Author

Kathy Schumann connects with co-workers by sharing their stories and experiences – helping employees see how they fit into the big picture of Mead & Hunt. “I have the best job. There’s a great sense of purpose helping co-workers be engaged and challenged by their work experience,” she says. When she’s not blogging, Kathy is editing e-newsletters, building the intranet and forming Mead & Hunt running teams.

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