Roadway Safety: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic – Part 2 of 2

Posted by on Sep 15, 2020 in Road Safety, Safety, Transportation, Uncategorized | No Comments
Roadway Safety: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic – Part 2 of 2

The world looks different today than it did yesterday. As we face the unknown of the coronavirus, Sain Associates will continue to bring weekly content to the blog. We find comfort in providing uplifting news but also bringing a sense of routine while we navigate through this fluid environment. By: Luana Broshears, PhD, PE, RSP2i […]

Roadway Safety: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic – Part 1 of 2

Posted by on Sep 8, 2020 in Road Safety, Safety, Transportation | No Comments
Roadway Safety: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic – Part 1 of 2

The world looks different today than it did yesterday. As we face the unknown of the coronavirus, Sain Associates will continue to bring weekly content to the blog. We find comfort in providing uplifting news but also bringing a sense of routine while we navigate through this fluid environment. By: Luana Broshears, PhD, PE, RSP2i […]

Look for the Helpers

Look for the Helpers

The world looks different today than it did yesterday. As we face the unknown of the coronavirus, Sain Associates will continue to bring weekly content to the blog. We find comfort in providing uplifting news but also bringing a sense of routine while we navigate through this fluid environment.  By: Becky White, Chief Operating Officer […]

Safe Digging with Alabama 811

Posted by on Mar 31, 2020 in Best Practices, Safety | No Comments
Safe Digging with Alabama 811

The world looks different today than it did yesterday. As we face the unknown of the coronavirus, Sain Associates will continue to bring weekly content to the blog. We find comfort in providing uplifting news but also bringing a sense of routine while we navigate through this fluid environment.  By: Matt Lackey, Survey- UAS/Drone Pilot […]

New Roads with Unique Challenges

New Roads with Unique Challenges

The world looks different today than it did yesterday. As we face the unknown of the coronavirus, Sain Associates will continue to bring weekly content to the blog. We find comfort in providing uplifting news but also bringing a sense of routine while we navigate through this fluid environment. Engineers and planners face a variety […]

The Importance of Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety

The Importance of Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety

By: Tony Montanaro, PE The Greater Birmingham Regional Planning Commission hosted the Federal Highway Administration’s Designing Streets for Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Workshop on February 20th and 21st. I had the opportunity to attend as a representative of Sain Associates, along with other consultants and individuals from local municipalities and organizations. The two-day workshop was […]

I-59/20 Bridge Opening

I-59/20 Bridge Opening

By: Charles Cochran, P.E., PTOE, RSP We have written previously about our work associated with the I-59/20 bridge replacement project in downtown Birmingham.  If you live or work in the area, you already know that the interstate bridges are back open!  Jeff Stephenson and I had the opportunity to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, […]

Sain Summit

Sain Summit

By: Joe Meads, P.E. Recently Becky White, Darren Hamrick, and Joe Meads represented Sain Associates at a lunch hosted by Brenda Phillips, President/COO of Sain Engineering Associates (SEA), and other key staff. We affectionately call this a “Sain Summit.” Sain Associates was founded in 1972 by Charles Sain, and Steve Sain founded Sain Engineering in […]

Prattville Industrial Access Road Project Update

Prattville Industrial Access Road Project Update

Construction Engineering & Inspection (CE&I) is a critical component of every engineering project. The City of Prattville selected Sain to provide CE&I services for two Industrial Access Road projects last year – one for a 1.2-mile industrial road and one for 0.6-mile spur road off of the primary industrial road in Prattville South Industrial Park. […]

Did You Know? Tennessee Led the Nation in a Bad Way

Did You Know?  Tennessee Led the Nation in a Bad Way

By: Richard Holt, P.E., M.ASCE According to the “Hands Free Tennessee” campaign, there were 24,600 crashes involving a distracted driver in Tennessee in 2018. A recent study also revealed that from 2015 to 2017, Tennessee had the highest rate of distracted driving deaths in the nation, at 7.2 distracted driving deaths per 10 billion vehicle miles. Tennessee’s rate is nearly five […]