Dreaming Big Sometimes Means Thinking Smaller


The ability to envision new possibilities is perhaps uniquely human, and engineers are among those who figure out how to translate vision into reality. One of the engineer’s greatest tools is an ability to break down big dreams into the many small steps that must be accomplished to see them realized. Sometimes this includes finding Read More

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Utility Coordination is One of the Biggest Unknowns


Johnson County Gateway I-435/I-35/K-10 Interchange is one the busiest, most congested interchanges in the state of Kansas with around 230,000 vehicles using the interchange every day, according to Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT).  The project is a massive, multiphase reconstruction with goals to improve current traffic flow, prepare for future traffic growth, support economic development Read More

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Abandoned Utilities – Elephant in the Room


Installation of underground utility facilities is on the rise and likely will not be slowing down. More utilities are being buried underground than ever before. This is due to a number of reasons that range from being more aesthetically acceptable than poles, technological advances in equipment, the deregulation of the telecommunications industry, to the creation Read More

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