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An Adventure in “DIY”

November 17, 2015 in Staff News ,Structural Engineering


Tami Worker BWTami Worker, Investigative Project Engineer-
 As my husband and I prepare for the arrival of our second child, I’ve been thinking about the preparation differences for our first child compared to our second child.  The preparation for baby number one included multiple trips to Buy Buy Baby and Babies R … Continue Reading

Just a Girl and her Bird(s)

August 12, 2015 in Civil Engineering ,Staff News

Gina Graves, Civil Project Engineer Those of you who know me, know that for many years I had a pet cockatiel named Tucker. Tucker passed away two years ago on Memorial weekend at the age of 15 ½ . He should have lived 20-30 years.

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Tommy & Huckleberry. 12

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Martin/Martin’s 6th Annual Kickball Game Highlights

August 10, 2015 in Staff News ,Structural Engineering

Waldo Luke BWLuke Waldo, 
Investigative Project Engineer –

I am happy to report to all of you that the 6th Annual Martin/Martin, Inc. interdepartmental kickball game (Kick-a-Bowl 6) went off largely without a hitch*.

While the previous five iterations of our kickballing have been centered around the camaraderie and generally (but not … Continue Reading

A Unique College Background

June 23, 2015 in Staff News ,Structural Engineering

ReedKelsey-orig-size-128x170Kelsey Reed, Head Structural Administrative Assistant –    My college experience was quite a bit different than my fellow Martin/Martin employees. While most boast impressive diplomas in engineering, I have a Bachelor’s Degree in International Affairs, Chinese, and Asian Studies. How did I end up with three different majors that mostly … Continue Reading

A Bowling Win for the Ages

May 26, 2015 in Staff News

Marshall-Nathan-BW-128x170LAKEWOOD, COLO.
Nathan Marshall, PE – Senior Project Engineer/Civil Engineering-Bridges

The echoing of pins and laughter fills the air in this quaint, suburban bowling alley.  The accompanying arcade games chirp mindlessly, eager to lure the individual with too much change.  In Wheat Ridge, Colorado, the final day of the 2015 … Continue Reading