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A busy start to 2017
I’m not sure how it happened, but several holidays have passed since this blog last had airtime.
In my words: Kindall Shannon
The “In My Words” series allows Mead & Hunt employees to express their perspectives on work. Please meet Architectural Intern Kindall Shannon.
Better than ever
As we put the finishing touches on another year of great work, Raj Sheth gives you a summary of life at Mead & Hunt.
More career advice for students
Employees share what they have learned about the workforce with college students.
Career advice for students
I remember feeling anxious about starting my first job after graduation. A hundred worries crept in: Do I have enough of the right skills?
Where we’re working
Being a diversified company with a wide-ranging client base means great variety in our work.
Meet our new Learning and Development Coordinator
I loved many things about college, particularly the independence. I especially appreciated being able to pick what I wanted to study any given semester. Because my major supported a very well-rounded education, I ventured into many different study areas on campus. Learning was exciting.
Honor Flight receives Lansing team welcome
It was the first-ever Honor Flight out of Lansing, Michigan, with the organization sending veterans to our nation’s capitol to visit memorials dedicated in their honor.
Making a difference in our community, one can at a time
This spring, Mead & Hunt participated in Canstruction® Madison, contributing untold volunteer hours and more than 3,700 pounds of food to Middleton Outreach Ministry (MOM).
Technology to eradicate COVID-19 in food & beverage facilities?
October 22, 2020
Current Issues: National Cooperative Highway Research Program
October 22, 2020
Mindfulness is a muscle
October 14, 2020
Social connection: the key to genuine, lasting happiness?
October 7, 2020