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Apps and GPS changing traffic patterns with integrated design
Apps and GPS changing traffic patterns with integrated design

September 20, 2018

Apps and digital navigation systems are a mainstay in all our lives. Engineers and designers are looking at how using this technology can improve traffic snafus.

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Engineering cost estimating is horseshoes, not hand grenades
Engineering cost estimating is horseshoes, not hand grenades

September 18, 2018

We need to be good cost estimators, which means the team needs to play horseshoes, not hand grenades. We need to aim as close to the target as possible.

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State air service council talks focus on airline RFP
State air service council talks focus on airline RFP

September 17, 2018

Wyoming Air Service Improvement Council,  a group tasked with securing commercial air service in the state, worked on finalizing a few key documents.

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Off the shelf, into reality: The benefits of employee driven strategic planning
Off the shelf, into reality: The benefits of employee driven strategic planning

September 17, 2018

When creating your strategic plan, don’t forget that transformative ideas might be buried deep within your organization, so be inclusive with your staff.

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Ohio roundabout project wins partnering award
Ohio roundabout project wins partnering award

September 13, 2018

For our joint efforts on the MED-94-11.91 Roundabout Design project, ODOT District 3 and Mead & Hunt received the 2018 ODOT/ACEC Partnering Award.

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FERC releases new water conveyance guidelines, keyword is ‘proactive’
FERC releases new water conveyance guidelines, keyword is ‘proactive’

September 12, 2018

FERC released Chapter 12 – Water Conveyance of the Engineering Guidelines for the Evaluation of Hydropower Projects to address safety issues for penstocks, canals, flumes or tunnels.

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Plans to extend runway at Kenosha airport get preliminary OK
Plans to extend runway at Kenosha airport get preliminary OK

September 12, 2018

Plans to rebuild and extend the main runway at Kenosha Regional Airport are moving forward, with work likely to begin next year.

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Pitkin County officials want to test new jets at airport
Pitkin County officials want to test new jets at airport

September 10, 2018

The county is preparing to redevelop the airport and expand the runway due to a concern that the CRJ700 is being phased out by the major carriers and replacement aircraft will have a larger wingspan.

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FAA funds to aid Pellston airport with pavement rehab
FAA funds to aid Pellston airport with pavement rehab

August 30, 2018

Emmet County’s Pellston Regional Airport will be receiving upward of $170K in federal funding to rehabilitate its runways and taxiways.

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