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Benham Mead & Hunt JV awarded $50 million military contract
Benham Mead & Hunt JV awarded $50 million military contract

Benham Mead & Hunt JV is one of five firms awarded a contract with a shared capacity of $50 million. This adds to our existing joint venture contract for the Air Force Reserves program allowing us to cover all AE services.

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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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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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Dams, spillways, levees: Sharing lessons learned and addressing future needs
Dams, spillways, levees: Sharing lessons learned and addressing future needs

Connect with dam owners, key agency personnel and teaming partners to learn about and share our latest innovations and engineering challenges related to dams and levees.

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Design-build delivery method for USACE civil works projects provides value
Design-build delivery method for USACE civil works projects provides value

The biggest value for our clients is the time saved in procurement and a potential for value engineering review and project phasing.

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Utility privatization: A snapshot of “The Deal”
Utility privatization: A snapshot of “The Deal”

Defense Logistics Agency’s Utility Privatization Program involves bidding on a 50-year contract to own, operate and maintain the utility system(s) you win.

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US Army Corps of Engineers 2019 budget: Cautious optimism for industry
US Army Corps of Engineers 2019 budget: Cautious optimism for industry

We remain cautiously optimistic about engineering and construction opportunities contracting opportunities in 2018 and 2019.

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Cost estimate versus proposal, the difference matters
Cost estimate versus proposal, the difference matters

Have you ever asked for a cost estimate for an engineering project, and then discovered what you really needed was a proposal for professional services?

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Military engineers address challenge of resilience
Military engineers address challenge of resilience

Preparing to be robust, reflective, inclusive, resourceful, integrated, redundant and flexible

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Hurricanes increase costs associated Corps year-end contract awards
Hurricanes increase costs associated Corps year-end contract awards

Hurricanes are driving up the costs of construction labor, materials and equipment. This means USACE contracting officers are scrambling.

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