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Gratitude

With our deepest gratitude to our wonderful clients and our amazing staff, as another Thanksgiving weekend has come to a close, not only are our bellies full, but our hearts and minds as well. 91 more words

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Designing for Pure Water on a Submarine

When I was a kid (we won’t go into how many scores of years ago that was!) I remember marveling at the crud (okay,”scale”) that would build up on the bottom of my Mom’s teapot after gallons and gallons of boiling water had gone through it. 544 more words

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Driveway Access Management at Roundabouts

By Shannon Lambert, PE and Katie Handel, EIT

When people who plan roadway networks discuss access management, they are typically referring to the programmatic control of the location, spacing, design, and operation of driveways, median openings, interchanges, and street connections to a roadway (as defined in the Transportation Research Board’s Access Management Manual). 785 more words

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Before Boating Season Ends – Check Out These Fabulous Marinas!

The weather is cooling and the leaves are turning their vibrant fall colors. Our warm and sunny fall days are numbered so it’s last call to get out on the water. 1,051 more words

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The Beat Goes On

Retirements are a great part of working for a great firm. Reid Middleton enjoys a foundation of long-term employees as discussed in some of our previous blogs such as… 406 more words

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Concrete versus Steel for Proposed Parking Garage in Anchorage, Alaska

By Seth Stapleton, PE, SE, Structural Project Engineer

For the past few months, I have been working with Reid Middleton’s Alaska office on the design for a new, seven-story parking garage in Anchorage. 648 more words

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