Jeff Stephenson, P.E., is the Team Leader of [...]
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 […]
By: Diane Hammonds, PE, PTOE | LA Branch Manager The Gulf Region Intelligent Transportation Society (GRITS) was founded in 2009 as a chapter of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America. We are a chapter of ITS America that includes the geographic area of Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama. Gulf Region ITS serves as a mechanism […]
Author: Diane Hammonds, Louisiana Branch Manager The Sain Mandeville, Louisiana branch is a hard-working and busy crew of… two. That’s right, our Mandeville branch is made up of me, the branch manager, and my partner in crime, Nathan Gregg, Designer. Don’t let our small office size fool you; we get a lot of work done […]
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 […]
There are many factors to consider when choosing a site for development, and it’s always important to consider the location from a transportation perspective. As with many other areas of civil engineering, it is always beneficial to start by doing a little homework first.