Category: Featured

Preserving Remarkable Artifacts for Future Generations

September 21, 2018

The City of Phoenix and its surrounding suburbs make up one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States. Beneath this bustling metropolis lie the remains of the Hohokam, a Native American culture which …

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Addressing Facilities Asset Management Challenges for School Districts

September 21, 2018

Basketball hoops, band towers, light poles, and bleachers are just some of the physical assets a typical independent school district facility manager might oversee. Add the countless other assets a school may own, multiply them …

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Creating a Safe Environment: Does Your Healthcare Facility Have Water Intrusion?

August 9, 2018

Water intrusion can cause a host of issues impacting buildings and the health of the people who use them. Hospitals and other medical facilities must be particularly aware of this sometimes-invisible threat to protect the …

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Transforming a Brownfield into an Innovative Multi-Tenant Site

August 3, 2018

Featuring the first marine terminal on the Savannah River, the SeaPoint Industrial Terminal Complex designated as a Georgia Brownfields site, offers a full range of industrial services and infrastructure that makes it unique in the …

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Helping Heavy-Wear Pavements Last Longer

July 19, 2018

Imagine – how would you get to work, to school, or to anywhere without good roads? Without passable paved roads, driveways and parking , our lives would be immensely more complicated. Of all the infrastructure …

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Terracon Names Michael Jenkins as National Director for Transportation Construction Engineering Services

July 19, 2018

AUSTIN, Texas — Terracon, a nationally known and respected consulting engineering firm, has named Michael Jenkins, P.E., as national director for transportation construction engineering services. Jenkins joins Terracon with a proven track record of working …

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Terracon Partners with Society of Women Engineers for A Day in the Life of an Engineer Video Series

July 17, 2018

  Earlier this year, The Terracon Foundation announced a $25,000 national partner grant to The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) to help support its SWENEXT program to engage the next generation of female engineers. Recently, …

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Brownfields: Sowing Seeds of Change

July 11, 2018

  Terracon’s Brownfield professionals play a pivotal role in nurturing redevelopment throughout communities across the country. The first thing that comes to mind when hearing “brownfield” is often a broken canister of green ooze that …

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Terracon Names Packer New President

June 25, 2018

Expanding Company Selects Proven Leader from Within OLATHE, Kan. —  Terracon is pleased to announce M. Gayle Packer is now president of Terracon Consultants, Inc., and a succession framework is commencing for her appointment to …

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Success of Alaskan Projects depends on Quality Assurance

June 18, 2018

Reliable materials verification crucial to public projects Alaska, land of extremes. . . extreme landscapes, extreme natural beauty, extreme wildlife, extreme topography, and some of the most extreme transportation infrastructure construction conditions in the nation. …

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