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Stewart congratulates John T Jenkins, II on 20 wonderful years!

It was a sunny spring day many years ago, when John T Jenkins, II received a call from an enthusiastic man with a Colombian accent. Although John and the engineering firm he owned were being courted by another firm, being the courteous gentleman that he is, John decided it wouldn’t

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Top 5 Myths About Landscape Architects

By: Matt Evans, Landscape Designer II   1 – They work outside. Alright, so maybe you didn’t think that all landscape architects work outside (or did you?), but believe it or not, that is a common comment I hear in conversations that start with the phrase, “So what do you

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Designing to Introduce “Risk” into our Parks and Playgrounds

By: Jennifer Wagner, Land Planning & Design Project Manager Parks as the Great Equalizer Parks and playgrounds have the ability to change the health and well-being for people of all generations, ethnicities, and economic backgrounds. Parks are truly some of the only public places where people of all demographics can

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Duke’s Edible Roof Experiment

By: Michael Batts, Manager of Landscape Architecture   The Global Food Economy Did you know that the average American meal travels 1,500 miles before it lands on your dinner table? Do you ever stop to think about how far the green pepper you casually pick up from the grocery store

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Stewart wins ACEC Grand Award for Talley Student Union at NCSU

Stewart was honored last week to receive the Grand Award for Engineering Excellence from the American Council of Engineering Companies of North Carolina for our work on the NC State Talley Student Union Addition and Renovation. Congratulations go to Craig Posey, PE, Ian Teeson, PE, and everyone from Stewart who

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For 20 Years, Matt Price Has Had IT Covered

When I heard that Stewart’s Director of Technology, Matt Price, was celebrating 20 years with the company, I knew he’d have some great stories of his time here. He was kind enough not to tell me about the thousands of laughs he must have had over the years from users

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The Stewart Air Force takes to the Friendly Skies

You’ve heard about drones, the common name for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), and you’ve probably seen simple versions in the mall or at a local park. Now that they’ve become so technologically advanced, drones are opening up a new world of possibilities in the growing area of reality capture. With

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20 Years and Counting!

Twenty years ago, the Atlanta Olympics had just ended and Microsoft was about to launch Internet Explorer 3. August 1996 was also a big month for Stewart as it saw the arrival of two engineers, David Ruggles and Roy Lorenzen, who joined the company and never looked back. David Ruggles

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Stewart Engineer Mentors Students to Victory

Stewart congratulates the Uptown Team of high school students who recently won the ACE Mentor Program of America’s first place trophy in the design competition! These hard-working high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors spent nine months working on a real world design challenge: to design an educational village bordering Johnson

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Design Approved for a Tribute Honoring Virginia’s Native Peoples

Virginia’s Indian Commemorative Commission approved design plans yesterday, clearing the way for construction of a permanent tribute to the Commonwealth’s Indian tribes. Designed by award-winning Mohawk artist Alan Michelson, the spiral-shaped landform and meditative central fountain are steeped in meaning, with every design decision having specific cultural relevance. Stewart is

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