The Lacy Road project incorporated an innovative solution to install pervious pipe infiltration trenches in selective mainline storm sewer sections.
I asked Steve Sullivan if he would allow me to interview him and share his story, so that others can benefit from his experience as I have.
Cocoa Beach’s Minutemen Causeway Stormwater and Streetscape Improvements project received an honorable mention in Performance and Innovation in the State Revolving Fund Creating Environmental Success Program.
The historic pedestrian bridge at Glendale Shoals Preserve was reopened to the public.
When an airport and a creek intersect creating hazards to airfield safety, waterway functions can be replaced elsewhere to provide opportunity for enhancement.
The NPS LGBTQ Theme Study, LGBTQ America, provides historic contexts to help identify and evaluate potentially historic properties associated with LGBTQ history.
After decades of making periodic small changes, Tri-Cities Airport “ripped off the Band-Aid” and completed a $41.9 million renovation and expansion.
Mead & Hunt received an Top 5 Honor Award from ACEC Oklahoma for their role in the investigation of the Broken Bow Dam diversion tunnel.
When Appleton International Airport asked us to design a terminal, our architectural team went above and beyond.
Tulsa District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers would like to replace the bulkheads