Insights

Future challenges for non-hub, small hub airports to consider
Future challenges for non-hub, small hub airports to consider

If there is one thing small airports have experienced over the past five years, it’s a challenge in retaining and recruiting new air service.

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New hire expands cultural resources services in Colorado
New hire expands cultural resources services in Colorado

Mead & Hunt’s historic preservation client base in the West is seeing ongoing growth. In response Dianna Litvak, a Senior Historian, joins our team to better serve clients out of our Denver office.

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Colorado Department of Transportation Sustainability Tool Kit goes live
Colorado Department of Transportation Sustainability Tool Kit goes live

The CDOT Division of Aeronautics is making waves with its Statewide General Aviation Airport Sustainability Program.

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Lexington office kicks off open house celebration
Lexington office kicks off open house celebration

Tomorrow, Mead & Hunt will celebrate our move into the new space and offer walkthroughs to our friends and colleagues with a Super Bowl-themed open house.

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You won the Corps of Engineers contract, now what?
You won the Corps of Engineers contract, now what?

Working for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers can be as challenging as winning a contract.

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Upgrading leaky water distribution systems
Upgrading leaky water distribution systems

Great design of a water distribution system while maintaining pressure control requires careful consideration of valve location, water demand and the valve enclosures.

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Transportation Research Board critical to historic preservation innovation
Transportation Research Board critical to historic preservation innovation

The TRB ADC50 plays a critical role in transportation innovation in the United States. And, yet many are unaware of how they are impacted by the mission and services of the ADC50.

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Michigan removes barriers to reservoir drawdowns
Michigan removes barriers to reservoir drawdowns

A FERC-regulated drawdown in Michigan no longer requires a Part 301 permit.

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New Year’s resolutions for waste and recycling programs
New Year’s resolutions for waste and recycling programs

The start of a New Year is a great time to consider improvements to your waste and recycling program.

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States test new lane markings to increase pedestrian safety
States test new lane markings to increase pedestrian safety

Over the past few years, a growing number of state DOTs have adopted a new traffic calming strategy: zig zag lanes.

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