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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.

COVID-19 Update
COVID-19 Update

March 23, 2020

The COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation is constantly changing, and we are committed to keeping you updated on our response. We will get through this time together.

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Connected and Automated Vehicles: where are we now?
Connected and Automated Vehicles: where are we now?

April 8, 2020

CAV offers exciting possibilities and will undoubtedly change the way we, as transportation professionals, design and implement transportation solutions.

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Cultural Landscapes: Where human and natural systems intersect
Cultural Landscapes: Where human and natural systems intersect

April 8, 2020

Cultural landscapes represent important pieces of history from which we can learn much about the human cultures that shaped them.

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Water Utilities prepare for the unknown
Water Utilities prepare for the unknown

April 7, 2020

Some risks to our drinking water systems and operators are nothing new, like proper storage and handling of chemicals. Other risks are uncharted territory.

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Diversity and Inclusion: small talk, big discussion
Diversity and Inclusion: small talk, big discussion

April 6, 2020

As humans, we’re never going to completely get rid of our natural biases. However, it is our responsibility to recognize and work through them.

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Alternative data: think outside the box
Alternative data: think outside the box

April 2, 2020

With the right tools and strategy, an airport can leverage alternative data into enduring cost savings and sustainable growth.

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FERC approves Wisconsin River license extensions
FERC approves Wisconsin River license extensions

March 31, 2020

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved license extensions for hydroelectric project owners through the Wisconsin River basin.

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8 lessons running a marathon taught me about life
8 lessons running a marathon taught me about life

March 31, 2020

“I could never have finished my marathon if I hadn’t first dared to believe I could do it, to will it into existence.”

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Transportation is not gender-blind
Transportation is not gender-blind

March 30, 2020

“By assuming a one-size-fits-all user, we perpetuate inequities in trip demand, and we put those who don’t fit the mold at risk.”

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