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A Journey in Rebuilding Nepal

Juan Beltran - Martin/MartinJuan Beltran, a civil engineer in the Land Development Group, has recently embarked on a journey on the other side of the world with The Invictus Initiative (www.theinvictus.org).  Invictus is  a non-profit organization building unconquerable relationships that bring together the skills and resources needed to initiate sustainable solutions, … Continue Reading

Jack Petersen Named New President

Petersen, Jack-MM president-for webLAKEWOOD, COLO. – The Martin/Martin Board of Directors has named long-time structural engineer Jack E. Petersen, PE, SE, the new president of the firm.

Petersen joined Martin/Martin’s predecessor, KKBNA, in 1984. He was promoted to principal in 1999 and in 2006, Petersen took over leadership of the Martin/Martin Structural Department, … Continue Reading

Just a Girl and her Bird(s)

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.

tommy and huckleberry

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Martin/Martin Announces Associate Promotions

LAKEWOOD, COLO. – Martin/Martin, Inc. has Promoted Five Engineers to Associate.

Associate Peter Buckley, PE, has been with Martin/Martin for 13 years. Peter is a seasoned project manager with strong site development and project engineering skills, and specializes in healthcare, medical office building, and design-build projects.

Associate Nicole Lane, PE, … Continue Reading

Mixing Business with Pleasure

Scott Paling,
Associate, Civil Engineer –

I’ve had the opportunity to go and spend time in Grand Teton National Park and  Yellowstone National Park. Prior to my departure on the trip, I offered to  conduct a site visit for another team member’s project located at the S Paling BlogJackson Hole Airport.  Working … Continue Reading