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Creating a Legacy of Generosity

Creating a Legacy of Generosity

Creating a Legacy of Generosity We’ve said in the past that our commitment to our community is what drives our business. While it’s true that we have all kinds of clients, we try to keep our focus on how our projects can help our family, friends, and neighbors, even...

The Engineer’s Guide to a Mint Julep

The Engineer’s Guide to a Mint Julep

The Engineer’s Guide to a Mint Julep If you couldn’t guess, it’s me, your friendly neighborhood (anonymous) engineer. Yes, I still have free reign over our blog. I’m back to provide another topical piece of edutainment. It’s May, and if you’re from Kentucky or the...

How We’re Helping Our Nation’s Bridges

How We’re Helping Our Nation’s Bridges

How We’re Helping Our Nation’s Bridges On February 7, as President Joe Biden boarded Air Force One with an agenda to meet the mayor of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was on his way to the city to discuss his Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, a new law that earmarked $1...

Why We’re in the Greenway Engineering Business

Why We’re in the Greenway Engineering Business

Why We’re in the Greenway Engineering Business What is a greenway? It's an expanse of terrain designed to be used by cyclists and pedestrians, and when designed well, coexists with the vehicle traffic in the community. What a proper greenway does is give a community a...

We’re Celebrating National Surveyors Week

We’re Celebrating National Surveyors Week

We’re Celebrating National Surveyors Week On February 13, 1984, President Ronald Reagan declared the third Sunday of March to be National Surveyors Week. With over 43,400 surveyors working in the United States today, the discipline is strong as ever. The truth is, not...

Here’s to a New Year: A Look Back & Forward

Here’s to a New Year: A Look Back & Forward

Here’s to a New Year: A Look Back & Forward Look, we understand that our 2021 introspective article is a bit belated by this point. It's just that we've been so dang busy, it's hard to take the time to look back on the challenges and successes of the past year and...

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Its July! Time flies when youre having Fun...Facts!

National Stadium a.k.a Birds Nest (Beijing, China)

It's July! Time flies when you're having Fun...Facts!

National Stadium a.k.a "Bird's Nest" (Beijing, China)
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Jacob Cash, 3D Mobile Mapping & LiDAR manager, was at Lake George in Marion, KY flying our WingtraOne Drone in order to create an ortho image that our engineers will use to redesign the levee.

Marion is currently experiencing a water crisis which stems from late April when the city was forced to drain Lake George after an irreparable leak and a sinkhole formed.
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The pictures do not put into perspective how large this lake was. All the green you see WAS water!!! 😬😬😬

Congratulations to Chris Mathews, P.E. on being named Treasurer for the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Scott Field Post.

The mission of the Society of American Military Engineers is to promote and facilitate engineering support for national security by developing and enhancing relationships and competencies among uniformed services, public and private sector engineers, and related professionals.

Congratulations to Chris Mathews, P.E. on being named Treasurer for the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Scott Field Post.

The mission of the Society of American Military Engineers is to promote and facilitate engineering support for national security by developing and enhancing relationships and competencies among uniformed services, public and private sector engineers, and related professionals.
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