| Sean R. Comer, RLS, FAA

Construction Staking: More Than Meets the Eye

Site development is a complex process that involves planners, engineers, architects, and a slew of construction trades to expertly guide …
| Damon L. Garrett, PE

The AEC Industry in Underserved Communities

Underserved communities are defined as areas or groups of people with limited access to needed resources. These communities are typically …
| Damon L. Garrett, PE

Ethics in the AEC Industry

The political aspect of working within communities as a civil engineer poses new responsibilities to maintain the utmost ethical standards …
| Damon L. Garrett, PE

Leadership in the AEC Industry

Damon L. Garrett, PE, has ample knowledge and experience in leading a company, mentoring fellow professionals, and undertaking a public …
| Jarion L. Bradley, PE

7 Steps to Maximize IIJA-Funded Infrastructure Projects

The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) allows for specific infrastructure spending for water, sewer, and broadband investments. This legislation is vital for community resilience, particularly for rural, disadvantaged, and hard-to-reach communities. With these strategies, municipal leaders can prioritize the projects that benefit the communities they serve.
| Brad E. G. Oliver, PS

7 Types of Land Surveys

A survey means different things to different people, and many don’t know the type of land survey needed. As consultants and survey professionals, our job is to dig deeper and define the true scope, so clients receive the right amount of data for their projects. This article covers the seven most common land surveys.
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