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USCG Kodiak Station Fuel Pier & Cargo Wharf Upgrades

By Willy Ahn, PhD, PE, Senior Waterfront Engineer

I recently had the opportunity to work with the U.S. Coast Guard to help them come up with a solution for repairing and upgrading components of their fuel pier and cargo wharf in Kodiak, Alaska, that ultimately helped them save over $37 million. 1,181 more words

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Low Turnover Rates a Plus in A/E Industry

By Wendell Johnson, PLS, AICP

Recently, Reid Middleton submitted a response to a Request for Clarification for what we call “on-call” work for a federal agency. 551 more words

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Roundabout Design Classes

By Patrick McGrady and Rachel Price, PE

The majority of roadway designs are based on elements derived from state, county, and city design standards. The role of the engineer is often reduced to transcribing these standard elements into a coherent plan form. 703 more words

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46 Calendar Days to a New Runway

By Reinhart Jung, PE, Principal Engineer

Reid Middleton designed the full $8 million reconstruction of Runway 16L-34R, a 3,000-foot general aviation runway, connecting taxiways, and lowering of a perimeter road at Snohomish County Airport (Paine Field) in Everett, Wash. 698 more words

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