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Maryland Quality Initiative Conference harbors transportation’s finest leaders
Maryland Quality Initiative Conference harbors transportation’s finest leaders

The Maryland Quality Initiative Conference brings Maryland’s finest transportation professionals together. Stop by and “Seas the Day” with Mead & Hunt!

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Mead & Hunt grows our friendly environment once again
Mead & Hunt grows our friendly environment once again

With Mead & Hunt’s expansion of our environmental services group, we are prepared to guide your project through rigorous state and federal processes.

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Transportation leaders gather for Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference
Transportation leaders gather for Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference

Christina Slattery presents ‘Ohio’s Historic Bridge Update: Innovation and Technological Advances from the Groovy ’60s’ at annual transportation conference.

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

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

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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Falling into the design-build paradox
Falling into the design-build paradox

Achieving success isn’t as simple as repeating steps that worked in the past. Breaking free from the Design-Build Paradox and adapting our process to each situation leads to true innovation.

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Federal Highway Administration issues new bridge preservation guide
Federal Highway Administration issues new bridge preservation guide

The FHWA released an updated Bridge Preservation Guide, an important part of a broader asset management program that addresses the aging infrastructure.

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