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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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FERC AFTER ACTION PANEL: Oroville is still inciting dam safety changes nationwide
FERC AFTER ACTION PANEL: Oroville is still inciting dam safety changes nationwide

When it comes to dam safety it is vital that regulators take a hard look at guidelines in the wake serious incidents and make changes to protect lives and property.

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In the wake of Oroville incident, dam owners face new EAP requirements
In the wake of Oroville incident, dam owners face new EAP requirements

The Oroville Dam spillway incident has had far-reaching ramifications for the dam industry. Numerous pieces of legislation have sprung up in the wake of this incident both statewide and on the national level.

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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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Open Data – For Water, Why Does it Matter?
Open Data – For Water, Why Does it Matter?

Due to shifting demographics, aging infrastructure and climate change, our nation’s infrastructure is in a state of flux. The result is a fragmented information system.

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Water Resources in Review: 2018
Water Resources in Review: 2018

As we head further into the new year, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on where the Water Group has been in 2018.

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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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