David Russell is our “most Yankee” transplant here [...]
Posted by Diane Hammonds On Saturday, September 24th, over 1,000 Girl Scouts took to the campus of Southeastern Louisiana University to participate in the Girl Scout’s B.I.G. (“Believe In Girls”) event. The girls, aged 5-17 and from over 23 different parishes, came together to kick off another year of scouting by visiting over 40 different […]
“Southern Business and Development” names Sain Associates one of the Top 3 Architecture/Engineering Firms in Alabama for economic development. This news is extremely exciting because Sain Associates is the only non-architectural civil engineering firm on the list. Members of the Southern Economic Development Roundtable (SEDR) were polled to come up with the best of 30 […]
For many months, Sain Associates provided civil engineering design services to the City of Birmingham’s Cahaba Road transportation enhancement project that was completed and opened last summer. The project included a new roundabout, landscaping and elements to better tie together the Birmingham Zoo to the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Due to the hard work of many, the project was a great success that has received a lot of positive feedback.
We are very proud of our work on the Martin Army Community Hospital at Fort Benning. We’ve been honored to receive Excellence in Construction awards for the project, and we’re excited to add a National Recognition Award to the list.
One of the biggest government projects Sain Associates has been involved in is the Martin Army Community Hospital in Ft. Benning, Georgia. The state of the art facility will provide health care to more than 90,000 soldiers, family members and retirees.
Our Louisiana Office Branch Manager, Diane Callahan, was honored this month by the Deep South Section Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) with a W. Hibbett Neel Award in recognition for outstanding service to the Section. In true Diane fashion, she was completely shocked when her name was called while she was enjoying a bowl of bread pudding in the back of the room and cutting up with good friends.