Jeff Stephenson, P.E., is the Team Leader of [...]
By: Erin Curry, P.E. The week of February 18 – 24, was Engineers Week in 2018. E-Week is a time for engineers to increase public knowledge of the need for engineers and celebrate the difference engineers make in our everyday lives. Engineers are encouraged to visit local schools to educate students about engineering and encourage […]
Authors: Becky White & Erin Curry We are so excited for TDOT’s Project Safety Office. They have been recognized by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Roadway Safety Foundation as one of nine National Roadway Safety Award winners for their contribution to improving roadway safety. TDOT was recognized in the Program Planning, Development, and […]
Many of us have seen the “Move Over” signs on Tennessee interstates. The “Move Over” campaign was created to raise awareness of the Move Over law, and protect state troopers and others whose workplace is often the side of a busy highway. The “Move Over Law,” which was passed in Tennessee in 2006, is a […]
Recently, Erin Curry, Justin Watson, and Richard Holt attended their first tnAchieves mentor meeting with their new students. tnPromise is the Tennessee scholarship that provides two years of post-secondary education at no cost to Tennessee high school students. tnPromise is part of an initiative, the Drive to 55, to get 55% of Tennesseans equipped with […]
Leadership programs are designed for many purposes, and participants often get a variety of things out of the programs. As an engineer in the Pulaski, Tennessee office of Sain Associates and recent member of Leadership Giles in Giles County, I continue to see benefits professionally and personally.
Our office in Pulaski, Tennessee works with the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) often to perform Road Safety Audits. While we’re all business completing these important tasks, we spend a lot of time on the road seeing beautiful scenery, unique sites, and eating delicious local food.
Born and raised on a farm outside of Pulaski, Tennessee, I always thought my first order of business after high school would be to move to the city. And I did. I attended Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, Tennessee, and then I moved to Nashville and worked there for a couple of years.