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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’s Bike/Ped Practice is Growing!

Stewart’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Practice is growing in size and expertise, welcoming Todd Delk, PE as Manager of Bicycle & Pedestrian Practice and Kristy Jackson as Project Manager to the group. Todd Delk, PE joins the Stewart team as Manager of Bicycle & Pedestrian Practice. Todd has over 15 years of

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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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The Dillon

The Dillon, downtown Raleigh’s newest mixed-use development launched this week and with it came the announcement that Stewart will be moving in once it’s completed! The project is Kane Realty’s and designed by both JDavis and Duda Paine Architects and will bring new life to the emerging Warehouse District. Our

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One-of-a-Kind Project Brings Out the Kid in Designers

All you have to do is see a picture of the newly-opened Hideaway Woods at the Museum of Life and Science in Durham and you can imagine excited running, laughing, splashing and more fun than can be squeezed into an afternoon. And the kids will probably enjoy it too. Hideaway

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Our Logo Comes to Life

Designers at Stewart recently enjoyed a chance to be our own client when we held a design competition to create a landscape design for the entry of our newly relocated construction materials testing lab in Raleigh. The site is a challenging one: a small planter between the parking lot and

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NC’s First Two-Way Separated Bike Lane

The City of Kinston was once a regional hub for tobacco, cotton, and lumber production.  After the decline of those industries in the mid-twentieth century, Kinston is finally going through another renaissance moment.  The restaurant scene has taken off in Kinston, starting with the popularity of the Chef and the

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A Look at Chimney Rock

Chimney Rock Mountain, including the chimney formation, the cliffs, and the Hickory Nut Falls, were purchased by Dr. Lucius B. Morse in 1902 to develop Chimney Rock Park. The family owned and operated the park for 105 years. The hike up from the parking lot to the top of the

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