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A Sporty Life after Work

Blog-BentAdam Bent,
Civil Engineer –

Champions of the 2014 Red Rocks Dodgeball League

Champions of the 2014 Red Rocks Dodgeball League

After one full year of working at Martin/Martin I have been given the reputation of being the “sports guy.”  This might have something to do with the fact that I play in approximately 15 or more recreational … Continue Reading

Listening and Relating

Blog-GravesGina Graves,
Civil Engineer –

There is a half glass of scotch on a table. The Arts student says that it “symbolizes unfulfilled emotions”. The Science student starts calculating the exact percentage full. The Engineering student goes up to the glass, drinks the scotch and asks, “What’s the question?”

Blog-LR1We … Continue Reading

The Hop Heads

Blog-MaxwellAdam Maxwell,
Civil Engineer –

This is the stage during the first brew session after we have steeped the grains and added the malt.

This is the stage during the first brew session after we have steeped the grains and added the malt.

I helped a friend brew his own beer recipe during the summer of 2009.  He had all the brewing equipment in his garage and had purchased … Continue Reading

What is Your Credit (giving) Rating?

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

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