Mark Randall, a project engineer in our Pulaski, [...]
By: Richard Holt, PE, M.ASCE, Branch Manager In November of 2015, work began on a very large project for Sain Associates: the Horizontal Curve project. We kicked off this project with a presentation to ALDOT West Central Region (Tuscaloosa area) representatives where we gave an overview of the project and outlined its purpose. From then […]
Posted by Becky White, PTP Sain Associates recently teamed up with the Alabama Technology Transfer Center, a local technical assistance program (LTAP), at Auburn University to teach the techniques and processes of Road Safety Assessments for practitioners in Alabama. Richard Holt, P.E., Sain Tennessee Branch Manager, and I were instructors for the seminar along with […]
As civil engineers and surveyors, there are many aspects of our daily jobs that are second nature to us. But we hear common questions about our field often from the public. In this “Did You Know” blog series, we’ll answer some of these questions. The Federal Highway Administration’s guidebook entitled Flexibility in Highway Design stresses the importance […]
Each year between 800 and 900 people in Alabama die in traffic crashes. Our goal as a state is to one day get to zero fatalities. That is a lofty goal, but when you consider the people you know and love, zero fatalities is the only acceptable standard. The Alabama Department of Transportation has many […]
Experienced — made skillful or wise from doing something, practiced, accomplished
Having a wide range of experience is obviously a good thing when it comes to a civil engineering firm, and it was important to us that this be included as one of our new brand words.
One of the most rewarding aspects of our consulting practice is the chance to work with clients who are on a mission to achieve great things for the public good. Sain was recently re-selected to provide continuing transportation planning services to the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT).