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Your resource for corporate news and trends in the engineering, architecture, and planning industries.

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Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) + Stormwater Management

Krystal Paisley | July 2020

Water is one of our most precious resources. That is one of the many reasons we must all do our part in protecting our ponds, rivers, streams, lakes, and oceans. One issue our water sources face is pollution. And, one of these sources of pollution is stormwater runoff.


ms Q+A: Chuck Nash

Maggie Kearns | July 2020

Our Practice Area Leader, PA Transportation working in our Pittsburgh office, Chuck Nash, shared more about his interests and life outside the office with us.


COVID-19 Solutions: Virtual Public Involvement Meetings

Maggie Kearns | July 2020

Need a way to connect with residents, business owners, stakeholders, and the greater community? Our team is moving public involvement meetings to the web to help you do just that.


Why National Park and Recreation Month is More Important Than Ever

Ellie Dundics | July 2020

July is National Park and Recreation Month celebrating the importance of having and taking care of parks in your community. The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation, health and wellness, and social equity of public parks.


ms Q+A: Melissa Ratermann, LEED AP BD+C

Maggie Kearns | June 2020

An Architectural Designer in our Columbus office, Melissa shared more about her interests and life outside the office with us.


COVID-19 Solutions: EDA CARES Act Recovery Assistance

Krystal Paisley | June 2020

Did you know there’s $1.5 billion in economic development assistance available for communities to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus?


COVID-19 Solutions: Repurposing Commercial Streets

Emily Phillis | June 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged basic assumptions about how streets operate. Social distancing and stay at home orders have decreased the number of cars on the roadways while increasing the need for safe, accessible public space.


ms Pittsburgh: Home of the Yinzers

Maggie Kearns | May 2020

Far from the rolling plains of ms’ native Ohio, ms Pittsburgh first opened its doors in 1985. The Pennsylvania rivers, hills, and valleys converge to create a very scenic and topographically challenging region. Over the last 35 years, our professionals have become experts on managing and navigating projects through the unique challenges of this terrain.


ms Q+A: Jeff Jilek

Maggie Kearns | May 2020

A Project Architect in our Columbus office, Jeff shared more about his interests and life outside the office with us. 


Scanning Technology: Changing the Game

Maggie Kearns | May 2020

The benefits of scanning technology go far beyond just physical spaces. Scanning enables fast, accurate measurement of objects, buildings, and everything in-between. Advanced laser technology enables our experts to provide more accurate site investigation on larger and more complex spaces than ever before.