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South Carolina purchasing officials gather for 2017 SCAGPO conference
South Carolina purchasing officials gather for 2017 SCAGPO conference

November 16, 2017

Mead & Hunt is excited to meet with many friends and clients at the 39th Annual SCAGPO Professional Development Forum & Trade Show this week.

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Federal Highway Administration proposes pilot to streamline environmental reviews
Federal Highway Administration proposes pilot to streamline environmental reviews

November 15, 2017

Federal regulators recently proposed a pilot project to eliminate duplicative state and federal environmental reviews.

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New online library, training resource helps airports meet stormwater management requirements
New online library, training resource helps airports meet stormwater management requirements

November 15, 2017

The ACRP published a new website to help airports understand and comply with stormwater management regulations.

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Historic dams are a balancing act: Safety, cultural resources, the environment
Historic dams are a balancing act: Safety, cultural resources, the environment

November 13, 2017

Every year, more dams reach 50 years of age – the threshold to determine if it may be considered for possible significance under Section 106 of the NHPA.

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Hurricanes increase costs associated Corps year-end contract awards
Hurricanes increase costs associated Corps year-end contract awards

November 9, 2017

Hurricanes are driving up the costs of construction labor, materials and equipment. This means USACE contracting officers are scrambling.

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Managing cultural resources for climate change
Managing cultural resources for climate change

November 8, 2017

We’ve seen how recent hurricanes have impacted Puerto Rico, Texas and Florida. These weather events may negatively impact cultural resources.

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Historic structure gets a retrofit
Historic structure gets a retrofit

November 8, 2017

Before the 131st Civil Engineer Squadron could relocate to Jefferson Barracks in Missouri, a century-old building would need to meet the requirements for seismic resistance, progressive collapse and anti-terrorism/force protection.

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Building infrastructure around school environments
Building infrastructure around school environments

November 8, 2017

With communities calling for safe access to schools, it’s time to rethink how we use roadways to create safer routes for children.

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Changes in California dam safety regulations
Changes in California dam safety regulations

November 6, 2017

New regulations affect 4 areas of inundation mapping: hazard potential classification, timing of updates, technical study requirements and map production requirements.

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