Another Math Problem

May 12, 2014 in Structural Engineering

Blog-ErecksonNNick Ereckson,
Structural Engineer –

Blog-Math2I am 35 years old.  I have no kids and no intimate knowledge of the education system.  As the country transitions to the “new common core curriculum” I am observing it with passing curiosity, specifically as it relates to math.

Math is important to me … Continue Reading

One Child at a Time

May 12, 2014 in Staff News ,Structural Engineering

Structural Engineer – Blog-Bigs

Big Brothers and Big Sisters is making a difference in the world, one child at a time. There are statistics that prove children who are mentored by Big Brothers or Big Sisters are more likely to graduate high school.  This is why I decided to become a … Continue Reading

What is Your Credit (giving) Rating?

May 6, 2014 in Civil Engineering ,Structural Engineering

Blog-RempelRalph Rempel,
Structural Engineer –

Some of us know our financial credit rating and others do not, but even if you do, your rating may or may not be important to you. You may have similar feelings about receiving professional credit for your work. The problem is, getting credit for … Continue Reading

Two Weeks at Yankee Stadium

April 9, 2014 in Civil Engineering ,Staff News

G-Blog-Lorenger-MelyssaMelyssa Lorenger,
Civil Engineer –

Blog-NY1I had the opportunity to spend 2 weeks in the big city at Yankee Stadium in January. Wait, a civil engineer working at Yankee Stadium?  You read that right.

Blog-NY3It turns out late January was a busy time in New York with 2 large National … Continue Reading

The Golden Super Cruise

April 9, 2014 in Structural Engineering

Blog-MockRoger Mock –
Structural Engineer,

Blog-Supercruisea1Growing up, I remember my dad taking me down to the local Krystal’s (a fast food restaurant) on the 1st Saturday of the month to check out the small car meet.  It wasn’t anything big, just a group of about 2 dozen guys meeting up … Continue Reading