Diane Hammonds, the Branch Manager for Sain’s Louisiana [...]
By: Richard Holt, P.E, M.ASCE The Tennessee Department of Transportation has a plan to improve traffic flow and safety for the corridor between I-40 and Clarkrange, Tennessee; a distance of approximately 13 miles. The corridor consists of four different segments assigned to design consultants. Sain Associates is preparing roadway design plans for the second segment within […]
By: Alicia Bailey, P.E. Introduce a Girl To Engineering Day, also known as Girl Day, is a worldwide campaign dedicated to help unite, mobilize, and support the engineering and technology volunteer communities. The purpose of the event is to introduce girls to strong female leaders, help develop their understanding of engineering and inspire engineering or […]
Authors: Becky White & Erin Curry We are so excited for TDOT’s Project Safety Office. They have been recognized by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Roadway Safety Foundation as one of nine National Roadway Safety Award winners for their contribution to improving roadway safety. TDOT was recognized in the Program Planning, Development, and […]
Author: Erin Curry Sain’s branch in Pulaski, TN is a made up of a hard-working group of four: Richard Holt, Branch Manager, Mark Randall, Project Engineer, Justin Watson, Designer, and myself, Erin Curry, Project Manager. We enjoy the ability to work for a thriving engineering firm from the comfort of a small town like Pulaski. […]
Author: Sain Admin Have you noticed it? The leaves look a little greener, the days feel a little longer and the temperature is noticeably warmer. You know what that means: it’s intern season. Intern season, as it’s playfully known, is typically when college students are out for summer break, and they take to the “real […]
By Justin Watson, E.I., Infrastructure Designer Roadway signing can directly affect the safety of the public by warning drivers and pedestrians of any number of roadway hazards, traffic maneuvers, navigation information, etc. Signing and/or resigning is one aspect of a safety project where the designer relays active information to the driver, whereas things such as […]
People are often surprised to find out that they need to obtain a permit before adding a driveway that accesses their property from the highway. The addition of a driveway could have an adverse impact on the safety and operation of the highway, so a permit must be acquired to ensure that a balance is […]
Many of us have seen the “Move Over” signs on Tennessee interstates. The “Move Over” campaign was created to raise awareness of the Move Over law, and protect state troopers and others whose workplace is often the side of a busy highway. The “Move Over Law,” which was passed in Tennessee in 2006, is a […]
Last week, Sain Principal/Owner Joe Meads shared his thoughts about what makes a dream client. We thought it would only be fair to give our clients the opportunity to share the attributes that make up their dream civil engineering consultant. This week and next week, two of our favorite clients will share their thoughts in guest posts.
One of the unique opportunities we’ve had at Sain Associates is conducting training for our clients. We first did this in 2006 with the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT), and this year we’ve had the chance to work with them again for training on traffic engineering fundamentals and traffic engineering software and usage.