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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.

Engineer’s construction cost estimate, A precarious exercise
Engineer’s construction cost estimate, A precarious exercise

August 14, 2018

It’s common for clients to request an engineer’s construction cost estimate for the projects we’re designing. The greater the project definition, the less risk of price variance.

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Faucher recognized for role in promoting aviation industry
Faucher recognized for role in promoting aviation industry

August 14, 2018

Jon Faucher was awarded the President’s Award at the SWAAAE summer conference in Sacramento.

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A few more miles: Solving problems
A few more miles: Solving problems

August 9, 2018

I liked Dennis. Not only my client, he became my friend. Honest, upfront, and fair, he lived his life by a series of self-generated maxims – some humorous, some serious, all pithy and exactly on point.

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Enhancing construction site safety with new technology
Enhancing construction site safety with new technology

August 8, 2018

While formal construction site training will always be necessary, technological advances are supplementing traditional classroom education in unique ways to keep on-site employees safe.

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Balchon to grow water-wastewater practice in Southeast
Balchon to grow water-wastewater practice in Southeast

July 31, 2018

Mead & Hunt has made a strategic hire in the water-wastewater market. Ed Balchon is joining the team out of our Tampa office.

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Using drones on Corps of Engineer projects
Using drones on Corps of Engineer projects

July 31, 2018

Securing permission to use a UAV/UAS on a USACE project is neither quick nor simple. However, a UAV/UAS may still be the best means of gathering required data.

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Resiliency in cultural resource planning
Resiliency in cultural resource planning

July 31, 2018

Resiliency planning applies to cultural resources. About $40 billion of cultural resources, located along U.S. coastlines, are at “high risk” due to sea level rise.

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Personalized public relations efforts aid roadway project success
Personalized public relations efforts aid roadway project success

July 25, 2018

Transportation engineers must go beyond typical public relations, and speak directly with impacted property owners. Good conversations will help a project’s schedule and budget move ahead with ease.

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Mitigation site provides economic and environmental uplift to the region
Mitigation site provides economic and environmental uplift to the region

July 23, 2018

When an airport and a creek intersect creating hazards to airfield safety, waterway functions can be replaced elsewhere providing an opportunity.

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