Maryland Quality Initiative Conference harbors transportation’s finest leaders
The 26th annual Maryland Quality Initiative Conference is in full swing this week. The conference brings Maryland’s finest transportation professionals together at the historic Inner Harbor in Baltimore. Mead & Hunt is ready to “Seas the Day” at this year’s conference with fun and sun at booth #200, and hope you’ll stop by to join us.
With participation from state, federal and local transportation agencies as well as consulting engineers and contractors, MdQI is a cooperative effort that promotes the highest quality designs, materials, construction and maintained facilities across the state’s transportation network. This conference includes brainstorming sessions and presentations on topics ranging from Smart Cities to Practical Pavements for Preserving Roads. The Mead & Hunt team and I are thrilled to engage in open dialogue, cooperation and coordination with the other participants.
Take time to coast. If you’re at the conference, come out of your shell and stop by the Mead & Hunt booth. You can “seas” some Mead & Hunt beach-themed swag, play our Matching Game for a chance to win some treasures, and learn more about Mead & Hunt’s capabilities and expertise in the transportation industry.
Doug Bobb, PE is a senior project and client manager at Mead & Hunt. Following his employment with the West Virginia Division of Highways, Doug entered the private sector and served state Departments of Transportation, utility providers and municipalities throughout the Washington metropolitan area. He is an involved member of the American Council of Engineering Companies – Maryland, the American Society of Highway Engineers, and the Maryland Association of Engineers.
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