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Sid Snyder Way Part I - Reflection on a Project near the Finish Line

By Ding Ye, PE, Senior Engineer, Civil Projects Group

Some people might think it is strange to think of work while cruising on the Caribbean.  The blue sky and white clouds in front of the ship make the rainy days in the Puget Sound area thousands of miles away seem like faded photos.   1,280 more words

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Bridging the Gap Between the Far East and West

By Lance Lum, PE, Senior Engineer

Aloha from Hawai’i! At the publication of this blog entry, Reid Middleton is beginning a new journey into the Far East and is fortunate to assist a client with a project in Japan. 761 more words

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The Value of Professional Organizations

By Bob Galteland, PE, LEED AP, DBIA, President

I recently completed a one-year term as the President of the Seattle Post of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME).  534 more words

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The Great Washington Shake Out

By Drew Martin, PE, SE

Earthquake preparation elicits a range of impressions in people. For some, it’s something important that they’ll get around to when they have time and spare money, which often means it won’t happen. 976 more words

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Land Surveying Has Come a Long Way!

By Mike Yeoman, PLS, Director of Survey

In 1968, when I began my career in surveying, there had been little significant changes in the equipment and methods used since George Washington and Abe Lincoln were surveyors. 762 more words

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