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Megan’s got it right, she’s starting early
Megan’s got it right, she’s starting early

What really sets someone apart in the AEC industry? Each year, ENR attempts to answer this question as it honors outstanding young professionals in the architecture, engineering and construction industry.

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#OneWater: United purpose and diverse experience create a powerful combination
#OneWater: United purpose and diverse experience create a powerful combination

Mead & Hunt’s #OneWater strategy seeks to synchronize and mobilize the talents of all our professionals working in the hydrologic cycle to provide innovative, effective solutions to clients.

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Think outside the box to deliver sustainable stormwater solutions
Think outside the box to deliver sustainable stormwater solutions

The reconstruction of Lacy Road in Fitchburg was a challenging project that needed major upgrades. Many aspects of the work came together to make this a successful, award-winning project.

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From Mentee to Mentor: How to Build a Career Based on Learning
From Mentee to Mentor: How to Build a Career Based on Learning

Nathan Rockwood interviews Stephen(Steve) Sullivan about his extensive career in the civil engineering field.

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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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The Future of Reclaimed Water for the Dairy Production Industry
The Future of Reclaimed Water for the Dairy Production Industry

Reclaimed or reused water, which is wastewater that gets recycled and diverted for another use before it moves out of the facility as wastewater, has recently been on the rise in all industries—including the dairy industry. This rise can be attributed to a number of factors.

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Avoiding water contamination from industrial facilities, cross connection safeguards
Avoiding water contamination from industrial facilities, cross connection safeguards

Large industrial or manufacturing facilities may find it difficult to eliminate all potential cross connections. This leaves water suppliers in the unenviable position of developing the best method to protect their customers and the industrial facility’s employees.

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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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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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Engineer’s construction cost estimate, More than meets the eye
Engineer’s construction cost estimate, More than meets the eye

It’s common for clients to request an engineer’s construction cost estimate for the projects we’re designing. The greater the project definition, the less risk of price variance.

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