Eric Wood is our featured associate this month. [...]
By: Brandon Kennedy, Traffic Designer Railway safety is a topic that cannot be emphasized enough for both the public and those working on the railway. According to Federal Railroad Administration statistics, 274 highway-rail grade crossing fatalities occurred in 2017, with 9 being in Alabama.
By: Jim Meads, P.E. In its fourth round of Every Day Counts (EDC-4), the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is promoting pedestrian safety initiatives under a program called Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian (STEP). Pedestrians are most at risk for injury or death when crossing motor vehicle traffic at mid-block locations or un-signalized intersections.
By: Nathan Currie, P.E. In a previous post on June 20, 2017, Spreading the Love, I wrote about my family and the role that adoption has played in the growth of our family. I described being the lucky dad of two beautiful daughters, and I mentioned the possibility of adding another child to our family in […]
By: Ryan Medley, EI ,Civil Site Designer Two years ago, I had just finished my junior year of college and was preparing for my first engineering internship at Sain Associates. Little did I know that one year later, I would be starting my first week in a full-time position as a civil site designer. Last week, […]
By: Darren Hamrick, PE, MS, LEED AP The City of Birmingham engaged Sain Associates to review the existing drainage conditions at 6th Avenue South near UAB, which experiences frequent flooding. These flooding problems are related to the large watershed draining to this location and the lack of storm water management which was implemented many decades ago […]
By: Becky White, PTP In recognition of Mother’s Day we salute all women who use their intelligence, abilities, and compassion to raise or mentor children. To mother a child well is both challenging and rewarding; it is an investment in the future and thus deserves our best efforts. At Sain we are proud of all our […]
My name is Melody Hunter and I have been working at Sain for about 2 years, and I love it. It’s great that I am doing what a college intern would be doing while I’m still in high school. I have learned many skills while working here especially teamwork in a work environment. At Sain […]
By: Diane Hammonds, P.E. / Branch Manager / LA office Some of us know about the birds called loons, but as traffic engineers we have loons too! A loon is also referred to as a “Michigan Left” because of their wide use there. It is pavement constructed outside of the travel lane to allow for vehicles […]