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New technical leader in municipal water market
New technical leader in municipal water market

Mead & Hunt is thrilled to welcome National Water Market Technical Leader Chris Hill.

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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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Redefining Waters of the US
Redefining Waters of the US

When changes to the Waters of the United States are proposed by the federal government, it is important to provide timely information to our clients. A change in a definition becomes a modification in regulation, which leads to project implications.

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2 is better than 1: strategies for a successful partnership
2 is better than 1: strategies for a successful partnership

The experience needed to meet client requirements means it can be difficult for a single firm to check every box. To solve this problem, Mead & Hunt looked to forming successful partnerships.

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Emergency action planning is boring… until you have an emergency
Emergency action planning is boring… until you have an emergency

If you operate a FERC-licensed hydropower project you must develop and maintain an EAP. Do you know if your plan work when you need it?

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Natural flood management means looking beyond levees and floodwalls
Natural flood management means looking beyond levees and floodwalls

We must consider more sustainable approaches to flooding, such as natural flood management. It’s time to reconsider the limits of our engineered solutions.

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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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PFAS: A rapidly emerging environmental challenge
PFAS: A rapidly emerging environmental challenge

We’re helping clients address aspects of the PFAS issue. It’s an issue that’s going to persist for many years, and we’re on top of this rapidly evolving regulatory and engineering developments.

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Resiliency in cultural resource planning
Resiliency in cultural resource planning

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

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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