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Mead & Hunt opens 3rd Florida office in Tampa
Mead & Hunt opens 3rd Florida office in Tampa

We’ve been looking for the right opportunity in the Southeast to provide the full breadth of Mead & Hunt’s architecture, engineering and planning services locally.

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Using sustainable infrastructure to improve communities
Using sustainable infrastructure to improve communities

Creating sustainable infrastructure can result in a better outcome than a traditional development. A holistic approach adds value to a client’s community, helps use project funds effectively.

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2018 USACE Work Plan: What’s in it for my city, state, clients?
2018 USACE Work Plan: What’s in it for my city, state, clients?

The USACE delivered its 2018 Work Plan for the Civil Works program to Congress. These are appropriated funds to start, continue or complete studies, construction projects, and operations and maintenance activities.

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Walking school buses: Leading by example
Walking school buses: Leading by example

As a parent and planner, I wanted my community to use its transportation infrastructure, reduce traffic congestion around schools and take advantage of the built environment.

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Consider social equity in stormwater retrofits
Consider social equity in stormwater retrofits

Communities benefit when social equity is a factor when prioritizing stormwater retrofits.

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Vertical gardens: A green solution to roadway noise and air pollution
Vertical gardens: A green solution to roadway noise and air pollution

The citizens of Mexico City are using vertical gardens to create green space, reduce traffic noise and remove air pollutants.

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Airports and passengers are working together to end plastic waste
Airports and passengers are working together to end plastic waste

Airports around the country are committed to reducing waste – including plastic – and will be hosting Earth Day events this weekend.

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Work on Route 66 and Lincoln Highway shared at environmental conference
Work on Route 66 and Lincoln Highway shared at environmental conference

Chad Moffett will present “Cultural Resources and Transportation: Route 66 and US Highway 80 in Southern California” at the California AEP conference.

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Southwest Willow Flycatcher remains endangered
Southwest Willow Flycatcher remains endangered

A petition to remove the Southwest Willow Flycatcher from the Endangered and Threatened Wildlife list was denied, affecting projects required to meet NEPA compliance.

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One lead agency, one federal decision: No simple solution for environmental reviews
One lead agency, one federal decision: No simple solution for environmental reviews

The White House wants infrastructure projects to be delivered in two years (or less) with one lead agency yielding one decision.

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