Posts Categorized ‘Staff News’

Martin/Martin Sponsors Engineers Without Borders

Blog-Turnbull-GrimesChris Turnbull-Grimes
Structural Engineer –

Blog-EWB3In college, I had the incredible privilege of acting as a project manager for Engineers Without Borders (EWB) working with the community of San Antonio Abad, El Salvador on a water distribution and treatment system.  That formative experience instilled a sense of service and led … Continue Reading

When Healthy is a Hoax

Blog-PetersLinda Peters,
Structural Engineer –

Have you ever really stopped to think about the food you put in your body?  But you buy the low fat peanut butter and diet soda… you must be doing something good for your body, right?  Or maybe you have a “meal replacement” shake because … Continue Reading

All On The Table

Blog-SuarezRob Suarez,
Structural Engineer –

Blog-Table1Martin/Martin got a new piece of furniture a few months ago.  That hardly sounds like news, until you consider that it is our brand new conference room table.  In an effort to have a conference room table that met our needs and was uniquely Martin/Martin, … Continue Reading

Civil Recruiting

Blog-AschermannJane Aschermann,
Civil Engineer –

Blog-RecruitFebruary is the month for Martin/Martin Civil recruiting where we “shop” local college career fairs for new potential employees.  The University of Colorado Career Fair starts the season off on February 10th, followed by Colorado School of Mines on February 11th, and Colorado State University … Continue Reading

A Good Start

Blog-WertScott Wert,
Structural Engineer –

Blog-ParaBasic design principles are unlikely to ever drastically change. However, the way we approach these principles and the tools we use will undoubtedly continue to evolve as technology advances; with creativity and competition as the driving forces.  Building Information Modeling (BIM), to me, broadly encompasses … Continue Reading