Time for a Pause

April 9, 2014 in Civil Engineering

Blog-HillRRay Hill,
Civil Engineer –

Blog-PauseAmidst the continual stream of project deadlines, revisions, updates and revisions of revisions, it is very easy to forget to pause for a few moments throughout the day.  After hours of grueling design in opposition to obstinate constraints, sometimes the key is not in that … Continue Reading

The Rec Committee

April 9, 2014 in Civil Engineering ,Staff News ,Structural Engineering

Blog-BernalEstrella Bernal,
Civil CAD Technician –

What is a Rec Committee (Recreation Committee) and what do they do?

I am one of the individuals that comprise the rec committee at Martin/Martin.  The other outstanding members are Erica Toren, Tyson Sillery, Chris Turnbull-Grimes and Andrew Stam. We all have different “jobs” … Continue Reading

Snacking on the job

April 9, 2014 in Civil Engineering

Blog-Clark-SupinskiChelsy Clark-Supinski,
Civil Engineer –

Engineering can be exciting, but let’s be honest, most of the time it can be pretty dry (even when working on detention ponds and storm drainage systems – haha).  Something’s got to keep us going, right?

I’m pretty sure I eat all day long while … Continue Reading

Martin/Martin Continues ARE Seminars in 2014

March 18, 2014 in Structural Engineering

Blog-StamAndrew Stam,
Structural Engineer –

Blog-ArchiExamMany structural engineers are unaware of this, but comparable to our licensure process via the P.E. and the newly introduced S.E. examinations, architects are also required to undergo a similar process of licensure.

In fact, we engineers are required only to take a single one-day … Continue Reading

No More Water?

March 18, 2014 in Civil Engineering

Blog-YarnellJustin Yarnell,
Civil Engineer –

Let me begin by saying that I am not one of those people that believes in pollution-induced climate change.  I believe the earth and its climate are constantly changing – the same way it has been since the beginning of time.

However, I will acknowledge … Continue Reading