Tag Archive: Engineering

/News---Info/Blog/July-2015/Meet-MSA-s-Engineers-–-Kevin-Ruhland,-PE Craig Fields
Here at MSA, we know it is the people that make us one of the “Best Firms to Work For.” In our new series, we will look inside the walls of MSA to see how our professionals are working towards MSA’s purpose of enabling people to positively impact the lives of others.

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/News---Info/Blog/July-2015/Why-do-farmers-need-an-engineer-on-their-managemen Josh Slaney
Agriculture is a hot topic in today’s society. With farms expanding and trying to produce more and more commodities for the growing population and the EPA enforcing stricter regulations, trying to keep everybody happy becomes chaotic. The old saying, “We’ve always done it this way” doesn’t hold true anymore in the agricultural community.

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/News---Info/Blog/July-2015/Women-in-Engineering Craig Fields
Three female engineers in our firm were asked to reflect on an op-ed article from the New York Times that stated the goals of engineering research and curriculums need to be more relevant to societal needs. Our engineers overwhelmingly agreed this idea couldn’t be further from the truth. Here’s what they had to say.

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/News---Info/Blog/July-2015/Girls-need-early-exposure-to-engineering-fields Nichole Sungren, PE
In this latest post in our series from female engineers at MSA, our featured engineer discusses how an early interest in math and science led to a career in civil engineering. Her ability to job shadow engineers prior to entering college attracted her to the profession. 

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/News---Info/Blog/July-2015/Stormwater-Innovations-Mean-Something Stephanie Brown, AICP
Large amounts of impervious area associated with modern cityscapes prevent water from soaking into the ground as easily as it does in natural environments. Therefore, extra measures need to be taken to restore a watersheds infiltration capacity. Some of these innovations include rooftop gardens, bioretention gardens and permeable pavements. 

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