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For over a century, Mead & Hunt has built a reputation as an engineering and architecture firm powered by innovative thinkers and steadfast experts. But when you look beneath the surface you’ll find the secret behind our longevity is the relationships we’ve built with our clients. Above all else, your success is our success.

Traffic planning in a post-pandemic world
Traffic planning in a post-pandemic world

July 29, 2020

The pandemic has given transportation professionals unique insight that allows us to reimagine our transportation system and plan for the future.

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Desegregation of America’s schools in the postwar era
Desegregation of America’s schools in the postwar era

July 28, 2020

When we look closer at the history of desegregation and integration in schools, it becomes clear that the issue encompassed multiple facets of daily life.

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Oroville happened. FERC responded.
Oroville happened. FERC responded.

July 21, 2020

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission announced updates to their guidelines driven by the Oroville incident and a review of their own dam safety program.

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Reclaimed water – opportunities for growth
Reclaimed water – opportunities for growth

July 14, 2020

If your water supply is strained, your population is increasing, or you just want to try something innovative, reclaimed water might be your next step.

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National architecture-engineering firm expands Transportation CEI services in Florida
National architecture-engineering firm expands Transportation CEI services in Florida

July 7, 2020

Welcome to Mike Ruland, PE, Mead & Hunt’s new Construction Engineering and Inspection Department Manager.

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2020 ENR results are in! How did we do?
2020 ENR results are in! How did we do?

July 6, 2020

Mead & Hunt is proud to have once again placed on four of Engineering News-Record‘s Top 500 Sourcebook lists.

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Great American Rail-Trail resurrects coast-to-coast pathway
Great American Rail-Trail resurrects coast-to-coast pathway

July 2, 2020

The task of repurposing a defunct railway can be lengthy, but the finished product will be worth it: a safe trail that connects communities and cities.

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Future of food plant designs post-pandemic: Food plants just got “smaller”
Future of food plant designs post-pandemic: Food plants just got “smaller”

June 30, 2020

As food processors in safety risk management leadership complete risk assessments to respond to the new normal, implementing engineering controls and solutions will be the strategic choice.

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Are visualization strategies worth it?
Are visualization strategies worth it?

June 24, 2020

Renderings, videos and live cubes can really go a long way in helping people see what’s really going to happen with a project.

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