We are excited to announce the acquisition of Vision Engineering & Planning, a transportation planning and engineering DBE firm with offices in Columbia, MD and Atlanta, GA.
By: Alicia Bailey, P.E. CE&I stands for Construction Engineering and Inspection. For CE&I services, Sain assembles a team comprised of a project manager, professional civil engineer, and field inspectors to represent the owner of the project during construction. The project manager serves as the liaison between the owner, contractor, and any involved agencies or parties. […]
By: Erin Curry, P.E., R.S.P. Did you know the census is mandated by the US Constitution in Article 1, Section 2? The first decennial census was conducted in 1790 and has been conducted every 10 years since. The purpose of the census is to apportion Congressional Representatives and taxes, by population. The census counts the […]
We are thrilled to announce Alicia Bailey, P.E. as the newest shareholder at Sain Associates! Alicia, now Principal/Owner, previously served as Team Leader for transportation design, construction inspection, and environmental planning projects. Alicia has twenty years of engineering experience with specialties in roadway and drainage design, construction administration, and bicycle, pedestrian, and ADA design. Alicia […]
Created in 2000, National Work Zone Awareness Week (NWZAW) is an annual spring campaign dedicated to educating and encouraging safe driving through work zones. It also honors those whose lives have been lost due to a work zone accident. This year, the 20th annual campaign will take place April 8-12 with the theme: “Drive Like […]
By: Jim Meads, P.E. There have been a lot of exciting things happening for the American Council of Engineering Companies from a National and State perspective. It is an honor to serve as President for ACEC Alabama for the 2018/2019 fiscal year. It’s hard to believe that my term is halfway through. We have an […]
Nobody likes driving through construction zones that often equal more congestion, slower speeds and delays. But one of the rewards of being a civil engineer is being a part of projects that benefit the public and make these difficult driving conditions a little easier.