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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/June-2015/How-to-fast-track-a-community-project Carl Elshire, PE, CFM
When Microsoft decided to expand its data center, the City of West Des Moines chose to tackle the enormous infrastructure expansion by distributing the project work to multiple private consultants.  Several projects are currently in design and will soon be under construction as part of this five-phase expansion.

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/News---Info/Blog/June-2015/Women-select-engineering-for-the-same-reasons-as-m Raine Gardner, PE
In this continuation of the series featuring our employee's perspectives surrounding Women in Engineering, we share one employee's reflection on what attracted her to become an engineer and how she is contributing to future generations of engineers.

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/News---Info/Blog/June-2015/Water-Conservation Rob Uphoff, PE
There are only so many events you can predict when you're making decisions for your city or town. One of those areas that’s climbing the list of importance is water conservation, which needs your attention today so you can avoid shortages tomorrow. 

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