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

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

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

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’

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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Leadership best practices shared by military engineers
Leadership best practices shared by military engineers

It doesn’t matter whether it is on a project team, within a partnering arrangement, for my company or as a member of a professional organization… good leadership is a learned, acquired skill.

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Urban corridor project wins Engineering Achievement Award
Urban corridor project wins Engineering Achievement Award

The Lacy Road Rural Roadway Reconstruction project won the Wisconsin Section – American Society of Civil Engineers Engineering Achievement Award.

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Preserving Historic Road conference showcases Mead & Hunt work
Preserving Historic Road conference showcases Mead & Hunt work

The Preserving the Historic Road Conference will showcase how the preservation of historic roads can contribute to the economic, transportation, recreational and cultural needs of our communities.

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Renovated historic pedestrian bridge now open to the public
Renovated historic pedestrian bridge now open to the public

The pedestrian bridge at Glendale Shoals Preserve was reopened to the public. Located in upstate South Carolina, this historic bridge demonstrates the area’s unique past while providing connectivity across Lawson’s Fork Creek.

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Historic building perspective on staying cool
Historic building perspective on staying cool

Architectural historians review building projects so they meet the U.S. Secretary of Interior’s Standards and Preservation Briefs. Knowing the history and development of building systems like air conditioning helps us help clients.

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Mining operations maximize water reuse to minimize negative impacts
Mining operations maximize water reuse to minimize negative impacts

Mining processes have been transformed. It is now a top priority in modern mine operations to be environmentally sound, especially with water use.

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