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Our Move to The Dillon

By Willy Stewart, PE, CEO   After months of planning, packing and unpacking, our Raleigh headquarters is officially moved into The Dillon, a Kane Realty property and the first mixed-use development of its kind in the downtown’s rapidly expanding, vibrant Warehouse District. Just as we dare to think big with

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Stewart Relocates Headquarters to The Dillon

The design, engineering and planning firm played a pivotal role in creation of the downtown Raleigh mixed-use building it now calls home   Stewart has relocated its headquarters to The Dillon, a Kane Realty property and the first mixed-use development of its kind in downtown Raleigh’s rapidly expanding, vibrant Warehouse

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Journey into the Past: A Look Back at Our Geotechnical & Construction Services Group

By Don Brown, VP | Practice Leader, Geotechnical & Construction Services As we celebrate the 15th anniversary of our Geotechnical & Construction Services practice area this week, we’re taking a walk down memory lane to showcase the exciting events and project wins from the past 15 years. A lot has

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Stewart Sets the Stage for Future Growth for Small to Mid-Sized Communities Across State

Stewart is guiding the future growth of communities across North Carolina with its rapidly growing customized planning services. Over the past two years alone, the planning and municipal services group has impacted municipalities and counties across the state, in part due to its focus on small to mid-sized communities as

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Uptown Cycle Track – Moving Charlotte toward a “City of Bikes”

by: Kristy Jackson, Stewart Bike/Ped Project Manager/Planner Overview As bike/ped professionals, we have the ability to change the way people experience a place. On a social bike ride in Uptown, a recent retiree and resident of 20 years expressed his newfound love of bicycling through the city. He was experiencing

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Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of Transportation during National Transportation Week

By Doug Taylor, VP, Practice Leader | Transportation   As we kick off the beginning of National Transportation Week, celebrated May 13-19, I like to look back on where we started and how far we have progressed. In 1800, the only practical way to travel and trade long distances was by boat.

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Introducing the Durham Belt Line Trail Master Plan

At Stewart, our Bicycle and Pedestrian Practice has been leading an effort to develop a Durham Belt Line Trail Master Plan for the City of Durham. With National Bike Month well underway and the draft master plan newly released, there’s perhaps no better time to dive into the plan and

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In Celebration of the Bike

by Todd Delk Author H.G. Wells once said, “Whenever I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the human race.” If that is the case, then May is the month for abandoning despair! This month, as the weather warms and we all get to shake off the

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Stewart Raises $3.14K on Pi Day to Send the Next Generation to Engineering Camp

Stewart raised $3,141 on Pi Day, March 14, to send a total of twelve elementary to high school aged students to engineering summer camps across North Carolina. The fundraiser was part of Stewart’s recognition of Pi and its impact on the world. Funds raised by employees were matched dollar for dollar

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Why Do We Celebrate National Surveyors Week?

By Frank Mundy, Vice President, Practice Leader of Geomatics   For most of you, this week is special because it means spring has finally “sprung” (according to the calendar at least). While I’m also looking forward to the longer, warmer days on the horizon, this week is about a whole

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